The Mounds View Football Program is operated to enhance the students' overall development in the Mounds View High School community. The program is committed to the educational, cultural, physical and social development of the student/athlete in excelling at football. The program encourages self discipline, group loyalty, good sportsmanship and personal integrity; an appreciation for the benefits of hard work, motivation and perseverance; and a feeling of pride in accomplishment. It is the programs belief that these qualities lead to accomplishments in academics and to the attainment of skills necessary for continued learning throughout life.
The 2017 season will be Coach Moberg's 10th season coaching high school football. The previous five seasons he has been the defensive backs coach for the Mustangs. He is a 2003 graduate of Mounds View High School and participated in both football and hockey. He considers himself fortunate to have been a part of a special group that won back to back Suburban East football championships in both his junior and senior seasons.
After graduating from Mounds View, Coach Moberg went on to pursue a degree in Education from Bethel University. At Bethel, he was a part of back to back MIAC conference championships in his junior and senior seasons. He has spent the last ten years in education, teaching both special education and physical/health education at Chippewa Middle School. In the summer of 2017, he was hired to teach physical education at Mounds View High School and take over head football coaching duties from legendary Coach Jim Galvin who left to become the Mounds View Activities Director. Coach Moberg is passionate about both teaching and coaching.Along with football, Coach Moberg has been the head girls hockey coach at Mounds View for the past five years. He says that he has thoroughly enjoyed being the girls hockey coach and was blessed to coach a special group of girls. During his five years, they were able to win the first two conference championships in school history.