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Chris Bouchee - Head CoachFOOTBALL_CHRIS_BOUCEE

Chris Bouchee, has coached football at many levels.  He has 11 years of high school coaching experience, including eight years with Basha High School and one year at Combs High School.  Coach Bouchee has also coached high school baseball for the last 14 years.

 

Coach Bouchee played football and baseball at the University of Louisville and played in the minor leagues for the Philadelphia Phillies for three years.  Coach Bouchee has been married to his wife, Donna, for thirty-six years.  They have three daughters, Dannille (32), Sheree (29), and Aimee (28).  He also has three grandchildren, Ethan who is 8, Aubrey who is 6, and Norah who is 4.  He enjoys spending time with family and playing golf.

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Travis Fentress - O Line

Travis Fentress is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney.  This is his 18th year teaching and coaching.  He has eight years of high school football experience in Arizona and Nebraska.  Coach Fentress is also in his third season as the varsity wrestling coach at WFHS.  He teaches English at WFHS.

Coach Fentress has been married to his wife Stacey for 14 years and they have two beautiful and busy children ages eleven and thirteen.  His children are involved in wrestling, swimming, baseball, softball, dance, and gymnastics.  His summers are very busy transporting them from one activity to another in between his WFHS football and wrestling practices.

 

 

 


Russell Moss - Wide Receivers

This will be Coach Moss’s first year coaching at Williams Field High School. Coach Moss played football under Coach Campbell and Coach Reeder at McClintock High School.  He has coached youth football for the past two years.  Coach Moss is currently attending Arizona State University and is in the process of earning his Master’s degree in Physical Education.  He has a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Medical Studies.  In addition, Coach Russell spent eight years in the Army as a medic, making the rank of Staff Sergeant.   Coach Russell has been married to his wife, Jessica, for nine years and has two children, Isabel (9), and Rusty (6).