Todd Casebier enters his second season as head coach at Castle View in 2019, having been named the 3rd head coach in program history on February 14th, 2018. Casebier comes to Castle Rock from Fruita where he spent three seasons with the Wildcats, leading them to 3 straight post seasons.
In his 21 seasons as Head Coach, Coach Casebier has won close to 75% of his games with a record of 183-64, including 19 playoff appearances, 11 league titles and 15 Coach of the Year awards.
After winning a state championship at Palisade in 2003, Coach Casebier accepted the challenge of turning around an under-achieving team on the Western Slope in 2004. When Casebier took charge of the Montrose program, the team was coming off a 0-10 season. Over the course of a decade, Casebier won 87 games, including 9 playoff appearances.
In 2015, Casebier accepted a similar challenge at Fruita-Monument, a program who had not experienced a winning season in the 10 years prior to his arrival. Casebier lead the team to the Colorado State 5A playoffs in his first year at Fruita, with post-season appearances in the following 2 years as well. In 2017, Fruita won all 10 regular season games and was well positioned for a title run in 2018.
Casebier inherited a Castle View program that had won 6 games collectively in 3 years prior to his arrival and had most recently completed a 1-9 season. Casebier, a Colorado native, brought with him an expectation that Castle View will be a contender. In his first season, he led the Sabercats to an overall record of 8-4 and advanced to the second round of the State 5A Football Playoffs. Coach Casebier was recognized for his efforts by the Colorado sports media community as he was awarded Coach of the Year honors by Mile High Sports Magazine, and Colorado Preps publications. He was also voted by coaches as the South Metro League, Coach of the Year.
Mile High Sports 2018 Coach of the Year
Colorado Preps 2018 Coach of the Year 5A
Dear Cat Country,
It’s an exciting time for Castle View Football! I am honored and excited to lead this program.
We have had a productive off-season and one thing is for sure, this team is hungry for success! We have emphasized the importance of everyone "doing their jobs". From coaches to players to fans to parents - it is all about each individual doing their job. When this happens, we win as a team.
Since March, this team has worked with a tenacity to compete. We have a lot of great kids in this program who are hungry. They are hungry to make CV Football great and be a competitive team within the 5A landscape. Please know we are working hard everyday to accomplish this.
Thank you for supporting us.
Let's go Sabercats!