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With a rivalry that began in 1988, it is no secret that the Mountain View Toros and Red Mountain Mountain Lions like to battle it out on the field. The Battle of Brown Road has allowed the schools that sit only a few miles apart to prove who is the best. Both schools have mutual respect for each other and always fight this battle clean.


Jackson Beecher
Red Mountain High School


Ben Bray

Red Mountain High School

Ben is a 3-year varsity starter as an offensive lineman and was selected as a 1st Team All-Region Lineman in 2018. Ben has served as the President of the Fellowship Christian Athletes organization for the past 2-years and has also helped during the past 4-years with building homes for Amore Ministries in Mexico. Been received a full athletic scholarship to attend Arizona State University and will attend starting in January 2020 as a Secondary Math Education major. Accompanying him to midfield are his parents, Jodi and Russell Bray.
David "Cash" Clark

Mountain View High School

Cash is a 3-year letterman in football and basketball. He plays wide receiver and was an honorable mention at that position for the All-State Team in 2018. Cash was the Athletic Commissioner for Mountain View as a junior and was also a student representative to the A.I.A Council. He plans to attend BYU or Yale to play football and pursue a degree in Technology. Accompanying him to midfield are his parents, Robin and David Clark.


The Mountain View Lions took the lead early in the first quarter. Red Mountain took a 7 point lead in the second half, went up by seven going into halftime and kept their position for the remainder of the game. Red Mountain won over Mountain View with the final score of 48-20. Cash Clark from Mountain View and Ben Bray from Red Mountain were the scholar athletes from this game.