Youth football signups begin |

Youth football signups begin

Football season is just around the corner, even for local youth football players.

Registration is coming up fast for Mountain West Youth Football. That’s the football program for incoming third- through six-graders.

The first registration is scheduled for Basalt Middle School on Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Another registration session is set for Friday, also from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Registration will be held at Basalt Middle School.

“Come learn more about the greatest sport on the planet.”
Ron “Stump” Morehead, Mountain West Youth Football

Mitch Levy is the Basalt rep for Mountain West Youth Football.

He can be reached at or 970-319-0155.

Registration will be held at the Aspen Middle School on Thursday, May 29, immediately after school.

Players will meet at the middle school entrance.

Registration is open to players who will be in third, fourth, fifth or sixth grades in the fall.

Ron “Stump” Morehead directs the Aspen youth football program.

He can be reached at 970-618-0354.

In conjunction with youth football registration, the Aspen High School football program has announced the Buckle up Youth Football Camp, scheduled for June 12-13 at Aspen High School.

This football camp is open to third- through eighth-graders.

“Come learn more about the greatest sport on the planet,” said Morehead, who is helping Aspen High School head coach Ryan Triece with the youth football camp. “You will receive high quality instruction from varsity coaches and players.”

Morehead said the camp will introduce the offensive and defensive systems that will be used by the players all the way through high school football.

Cost for the camp is $50, which includes a camp T-shirt.

For more information, contact Morehead at or 970-618-0354. or contact Triece at

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