PrepsUtah.com has joined forces with Anython to announce this year’s coach of the week honorees. Each week during this school year, we select a boys team and a girls team coach who represents the best the state has to offer in coaching excellence.
Anython, a unique company helping teams and groups raise money to run their programs, is the sponsor of this award. The company will present to each weekly winner a certificate and a coach of the week water bottle and will provide the teams at the winners’ schools a special offer to utilize the fundraising services it provides.
Our Week 3 2017 boys team coach of the week is American Fork High cross country coach Timo Mostert. Mostert has been coaching the runners at American Fork since 1998 and over those two decades, he has built the state’s most dominant program.
Mostert is tied for the state record for consecutive boys cross country state titles with six, as his teams took state every year between 2009 and 2014. The seven overall state titles won by his teams is two short of the state’s all-time best, a record that seems within his reach.
After falling short in 2015, the Cavemen were back on top of the state a year ago with a senior-dominated team that may have been the best ever in the state. With most of his top runners now graduated, Mostert is working with a new group this year that includes Dalton Brems, Carson Clinger, Luke Grundvig and Cole Phillippi and the team is running well once again.
Due to the accomplishments of his team over the years and continuing into this season, Timo Mostert is the Week 3 selection for our boys team Anython Coach of the Week honor.
Nominate a deserving coach for one of our weekly honors by sending an email with the name, school and sport of the coach and the reason we should honor him or her to email@example.com.
About the sponsor – Anython creates “thons” of all kinds to help teams and groups raise funds to support their ongoing activities. The company provides all the support needed to run your “thon” for you, believing that “If you can think it, you can thon it.” Visit them online at anython.com.