Football Team Honored at Banquet for 1st SWAL Title Since 1991

The Mineral Point football team was honored for its outstanding season at a banquet Thursday, November 30. The varsity team claimed the SWAL Conference title for the first time since 1991 and advanced to the 3rd round of the WIAA playoffs. The junior varsity was also honored for their undefeated season. Individual varsity honors include: … Read More

A Dozen Pointers Earn All-Conference Football Honors

2017 SWAL ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM   School-Record-Coach Cuba City 5-1 Guy Kopp Mineral Point 5-1 Andy Palzkill Fennimore 4-2 Boone Tollefson Darlington 3-3 Scott Zwicki Iowa-Grant 3-3 Gary Allen Boscobel 1-5 Joey Martin Southwestern 0-6 Solomon Taylor   FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Player-Position-School-Year-Height-Weight Isaac Lindsey QB Mineral Point 10 6’3” 155 Brady Peat RB Iowa-Grant 12 … Read More

Homecoming 2017

Mineral Point School District is anxiously anticipating celebrating its 2017 Homecoming September 25-30. This year’s theme is Pointer Hair Band Nation (A Rock and Roll Flashback to the Big Hair ‘80s). Court members are, left to right, front row: Senior Representative Peyton Ross; Senior Queen Candidates Amanda Murphy, Malorie Johnson, and Madison Bowers; Senior Representative … Read More

Filardo Enters Gridiron Hall of Fame

Nick Filardo became the latest member of the Mineral Point Gridiron Hall of Fame at halftime of the August 18 home football game vs. Lake Country Lutheran. Nick Filardo Halfback/Receiver/Defensive Back/Punt & Kick Returner 1987-88 Nick is one of three Filardo brothers that graduated from Mineral Point. His older brother, John, set the standard for … Read More

Stadium Project to Install Bleachers

An exciting next step has taken place with the Mineral Point Stadium Project. A purchase order was submitted in the amount of $201,500 for bleachers at the new field, which will be installed this coming Spring 2017. Many things combined to make this next step possible including: nearly 100 seat engravings purchased, large corporation donations … Read More

Football Award Winners Announced

The Mineral Point Football Team held its awards banquet Thursday, November 10 to honor its outstanding performers of the season. Team Awards Most Valuable Offensive Back/Receiver – Lucas Sanchez Most Valuable Offensive Lineman – Joe Ripp Most Valuable Player Offense – Lance Steffes Most Improved Player Offense – Riley Workman Most Valuable Defensive Back/Linebacker – … Read More

Murphy Inducted into Hall of Fame

Mike Murphy, MPHS Class of 1989, was inducted into the Gridiron Hall of Fame during halftime of the football game vs. Dodgeville Friday, August 26. Mike was the starting quarterback for the Mineral Point High School football team in 1987 and 1988. He is the son of long-time coach Ron Murphy and his wife Linda. … Read More

MacGilvra, Pittz Play in WFCA All-Star Game

Mineral Point’s Dylan MacGilvra and Scott Pittz played in the Wisconsin Football Coaches’ Association Senior All-Star Game Saturday, July 16 at UW-Oshkosh’s Titan Stadium. Justin Leonard was an assistant coach. Fundraising proceeds benefitted the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The Small School South Team, which is what the Pointers were a part of, raised the most of … Read More

Southwest Health is First Championship Club Donor

The Mineral Point Unified School District, along with the Mineral Point Stadium Project, are pleased to announce its first Championship Club donation in the amount of $25,000 from The Orthopedic Institute at Southwest Health in Platteville. This donation will play an integral part in advancing forward the building of the Mineral Point Stadium Project. The … Read More

Order Shirts to Support All-Stars and Children’s Hospital

Mineral Point High School will be well represented at the July 16 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game to be held at UW-Oshkosh. Scott Pittz and Dylan MacGilvra will be on the field as players with Justin Leonard on the sidelines as an assistant coach. The cause behind the game is much bigger than … Read More