Varsity Football

Head coach: Josh Bowie

Assistant coaches:  Jason Ward ’88, Todd Smith, Noah Lubarsky ’94, Dan Nelson ’97,  Ronnie Davenport, Mike McAdams,  Harold Atkins, Gary Riekes, Baily Deeter ’18

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2019 Season Records

Overall record: 3-7. Peninsula Athletic League -Ocean record: 1-4

2019/2020 Season Schedule

Legend:  Postponed  Cancelled/Season Over

Date Opponent Location Dismissal Departure Start Results
Fri 8/23 Sequoia, Los Altos, Capuchino - scrimmage Sequoia HS   5:30pm 7:00pm  
Sat 8/31 Fremont - Oakland Home: Cartan - Football Field     2:00pm W 65-0
Fri 9/6 Piedmont Piedmont HS   3:15pm 7:00pm L 31-6
Fri 9/13 Santa Clara Home: Cartan - Football Field 1:45pm   3:15pm L 16-14
Fri 9/20 Francis Parker Home: Cartan - Football Field 2:30pm   4:00pm W 47-7
Fri 10/4 Hillsdale* Home: Cartan - Football Field 1:30pm   3:00pm L 21-7
Fri 10/11 Carlmont* - Homecoming Home: Cartan - Football Field     6:30pm W 23-17
Fri 10/18 Half Moon Bay* Half Moon Bay HS   3:30pm 7:00pm L 54-14
Fri 10/25 San Mateo* San Mateo HS   4:00pm 7:00pm L 21-10
Fri 11/1 Sequoia* Sequoia HS   4:30pm 7:00pm L 34-21
Fri 11/8 SHP - Valpo Bowl Sequoia HS   4:30pm 7:00pm L 49-14

About the Team

 The purpose of the Menlo School program is to  help our  student-athletes become adults of empathy who will lead, be responsible, embrace challenges, and change the world for good while striving for excellence in everything that they do.

VALUES 

⚔️ Team first

⚔️ Relentless effort

⚔️ Always compete 

Be you  | Align with us

After winning back-to-back league titles in 2016 and 2017, the Knights moved to the top tier of the PAL and faced an eventual state champion, a CCS Open finalist, and two other CCS Open challengers. In 2016, Menlo advanced to a CCS Championship to cap an 11-2 season. Menlo School football has a long-standing reputation for producing high-scoring offenses and tough-minded opportunistic defenses.

About the Coach

Josh Bowie (second season)

Josh BowieA longtime high school coach on the Peninsula, Bowie was a varsity assistant at Woodside High for the past three seasons and varsity head coach from 2012-2013 before coming to Menlo. As an assistant, he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Bowie also served as varsity assistant at Sacred Heart Prep and Castro Valley and Capuchino, where his prep coaching career began as frosh-soph assistant. Since 2007, Bowie has been the department chair of the physical education department at Crocker Middle School. 

“My job, as a coach, is to help each student-athlete navigate through what is often a difficult time in life, to help them develop into quality adults that can look back on the Menlo football experience, and see it as not only a time of great camaraderie, but also of tremendous growth.​”