Mountain View Football Coaches
The Mountain View Football coaches have over 50 years of HS coaching experience, and over 30 years of head coaching experience. Head Coach Lou Sorrentino has 2 VHSL State championships to his name, and among the assistants, there are 4 former varsity head coaches, and a former player in the NFL. Get to know the MVHS Football Coaches!
Lou Sorrentino took over at MVHS in the fall of 2010 after being the head coach at Hylton, Culpeper and George Mason High Schools. Since his arrival at Mountain View, the Wildcats have made the VHSL Regional playoffs every season and scored their first playoff victory in school history. Coach Sorrentino has won two VHSL State Championships as a head coach.
John Robinette came to Mountain View in the fall of 2010, after being the head coach at Freedom High School in Woodbridge, VA. Since his arrival at Mountain View, the Wildcats have been represented by 6 different offensive linemen on the All-District team, and led the Commonwealth District in total offense and scoring in the 2012 season.
Randy Bove came to Mountain View as the Defensive Coordinator in the fall of 2010, after holding the same post at Potomac HS in Woodbridge, VA. Since his arrival, the Wildcats defense has improved in every major category, shutting out 3 opponents in 2011. Randy has both head coaching experience and college coaching experience, being the head coach at both Culpeper HS and Osbourn HS, and being an assistant at West Virginia Wesleyan College. 2013 marks Randy’s 20th season as a football coach.
Josh Glessner came to Mountain View in the fall of 2010 after a two year stint as the head coach at AG Wright Middle School in Stafford, VA, where his teams won back to back championships. Having been the JV head coach for 2010 and 2011, he is now the full-time linebackers coach.
George Coghill joined the Wildcats coaching staff in 2012 after a playing career that included All-State honors at James Monroe HS in Fredericksburg. At Wake Forest University, he was All-ACC two years in a row and a third-Team All-American in 1992. He won a pair of Super Bowl rings as a safety with the Denver Bronocs. He returned to Fredericksburg to coach at his alma mater for 5 seasons before taking a coaching job at Lake Brantley High school in Florida. He is currently in his second season coaching the wide receivers and kick returners at MVHS.
Bill Riddle will start his 10th season at MVHS, the first seven coaching the Freshmen team. 2013 will be his second season as the full-time defensive line coach. Prior to coaching at Mountain View, Bill coached in the Stafford County Youth leagues for 10 seasons.