Class of 2011
Idaho State Bengals #87
Position: Tight End
(2015) Played in all 11 games ... caught six passes for 30 yards.
(2014) Appeared in five games ... caught nine passes for 142 yards ... caught two passes for 58 yards vs. SUU and three passes for 43 yards at Eastern Washington.
(2013) Played in nine games ... caught 18 passes for 201 yards and one touchdown ... had a season-high seven receptions for 89 yards and one touchdown vs. Western State ... had 52 receiving yards vs. Dixie State ... received the President Arthur Vailas Award for Academic Achievement.
(2012) Played in 10 of the 11 games for the Bengals ... averaged 9.2 yards per catch ... recorded a season high 18 yards in a game against Black Hills State ... had four catches for 37 yards ... caught passes against Black Hills State (2 passes for 18 yards), Northern Colorado (1 pass for four yards) and caught one pass for 15 yards at Cal Poly.
Mountain Home High School: Four-year letter winner in football and three-year in basketball … earned first-team all-conference and second-team all-state as a defensive end … was second-team all-conference as a tight end … named the basketball team MVP … all-conference center and named the school player of the year.
Class of 2009
#30 University of Idaho Vandals
2013: Earned a scholarship and a full-time role on special teams and a backup position in the secondary ... played in 11 games and had nine total tackles (six solo and three assists) ... also had one pass breakup vs. Fresno State ... best game was four total tackles (two solo, two assists) against Fresno State.
2012: Earned a spot on the travel squad and played in three games.
2011: Primarily a scout team player.
2010: Redshirt ... Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year.
High school: As a senior, was Mountain Home High School’s Male Athlete of the Year after earning first-team all-state and first-team all-conference honors at defensive back ... as a junior, also was a first-team all-state and first-team all-district selection at defensive back ... also played basketball ... All-Southern Idaho and All-State Academic Award winner ... graduated with honors.
Personal: Son of Shana and Tom Hennessey ... born June 11, 1992 ... majoring in Exercise Science and Health ... father, Tom Hennessey, is third on Idaho’s all-time tackles list after playing linebacker for the Vandals.
Class of 1987?
Mountain Home High-School's "TNT" football combination of Idaho High-School football legends Maury TOY (#34) "T" & ("N") Gary TAYLOR (#24) "T" who made up an uncommon all African-American backfield of Maury TOY (#34 - RB - Idaho's Gatorade Player Of The Year) & Gary TAYLOR (#24 - QB) and completed an UNDEFEATED regular season in Idaho High-School football and played in the State Championship game at Idaho State University's Holt Arena, in Pocatello, ID Their High-School football careers culminated with full-ride PAC-10 football scholarships for both Maury TOY (#34) "T" & ("N") Gary TAYLOR (#24) "T". Maury TOY (Idaho's Gatorade Player Of The Year) attended UCLA and played for the 'Chili' Bruins in the same backfield as NFL legend Troy Aikman while Gary TAYLOR attended Stanford University.
Kenneth West Jones
Class of 1964
Graduated from Mountain Home High School in 1964. During his time as a Tiger, he was a 4 sport letterman multiple times. He participated in football, basketball, baseball, and track. As a basketball player Kenneth was a 1 st team All State basketball player and was named Honorable Mention All-American by Coach and Athlete Magazine. Kenneth played college Basketball at the University of Idaho and Vallejo Junior College in California. He later graduated from San Jose State University in 1968. Kenneth moved to San Francisco after college. He served as a teacher/counselor from 1968-1984. He then owned his own business from 1984-2009. He went back into education in 2009 and has been teaching and counseling ever since. Kenneth has resided in the San Francisco Bay Area for 50 years
Head Coach 1969-1984
Graduated from Caldwell High School in 1958. In high school he lettered in both Football and Wrestling. Rich went on to graduate from the University of Idaho in 1966 and earned his Master’s Degree from the College of Idaho in 1973. He worked in the Mountain Home School District from 1969-1984. Rich was the head football coach at Mountain Home High School from 1969-1984 and he lead his football teams to 3 SCIC Championships and one 2 nd place finish at state. He coached numerous athletes that went on to play football at the collegiate level. Rich also held the title of head wresting coach and baseball coach at MHHS. Rich was the floor manager for the Idaho State Wrestling Tournament for 24 years. He is a lifetime member of the District III Coaches Association and also served on the Board of Directors for the Idaho High School Activities Association for six years. Rich was inducted into the IHSAA Hall of Fame, as well as, the Idaho State Athletic Director Hall of Fame. Rich’s list of prestigious honors continues on with a President’s Award from the State Coaches Association. Today Rich lives in McCall Idaho with his wife Dorothy. Rich continues to volunteer at the Idaho State Basketball and Wrestling tournaments. "Coach Pease had a profound impact on my life as a student and athlete. He cared a lot about his students and athletes. He pushed you to be your best at whatever it was that you were doing & made sure that you understood that there were no shortcuts to success. The lessons & advice that he gave to me as a student & as a player I still use today. I will forever be grateful for the impact that he has had on my life. His induction in to the Mountain Home High School Hall of Fame is so well-deserving & I am proud to have been one of his students & players." -Gary Talyor-Former MHHS Tiger, Stanford Running Back, and 2015 MHHS Hall of Fame Inductee
Class of 1983
Spent the 2006 through 2011 seasons on Chris Petersen's Boise State staff, reunited with Petersen as the Huskies' wide receivers coach in 2014. In 2015, he's back for a second season in that same capacity.
In 2014, Husky receivers gained a reputation for explosive plays. Sophomore John Ross alone scored on receptions of 91, 55, 75 and 86 yards during the 2014 season. Meanwhile, Jaydon Mickens finished the season with 60 receptions, tied for 10th-most in Washington history.
Pease, a 24-year coaching veteran, most recently, prior to coming to Seattle, spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Florida, the same position he held at Boise State in 2011. He was also the Broncos' wide receivers coach for the five seasons before that.
A Pacific Northwest native, Pease was born in Moscow, Idaho, and attended Mountain Home (Idaho) High School, where his father was head football coach. After high school, he went to Walla Walla (Wash.) Community College, starting the 1984 season. He transferred to Montana in 1985 and started at QB for the Grizzlies in 1986.
Pease was drafted by the Vikings in the 11th round of the 1987 NFL Draft. He went on to play for the Houston Oilers (spending time as a backup to Husky legend Warren Moon) and also played for the Birmingham Fire and the New York/New Jersey Knights in the World League.
Pease began his coaching career at Montana in 1991, spending five seasons there coaching QBs, running backs and receivers during his time in Missoula. In 1995, the Griz won the NCAA Division I-AA championship, led by quarterback Dave Dickenson, the winner of the Walter Payton Trophy and Big Sky MVP.
In 1996, Pease was promoted to offensive coordinator, a position he held from for three seasons.
Pease spent the 1999 and 2000 seasons as assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and QBs coach at Northern Arizona before spending the following two years as OC and QBs coach at Kentucky, where he mentored future NFL signalcallers Jared Lorenzen and Shane Boyd.
Pease followed Kentucky head coach Guy Morriss to Baylor, serving as the Bears' offensive coordinator from 2003 through 2005 before heading to Boise State, initially as wide receivers coach.
During his six seasons in Boise, Pease was a part of the Broncos' greatest successes, including the 13-0 2006 season that culminated with a win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. He was also on the staff that led the Broncos to a 14-0 record and another Fiesta Bowl victory in 2009.
At Boise State, Pease coached quaterback Kellen Moore, a finalist for the 2011 Maxwell Award and the first QB in NCAA FBS history to record 50 career victories as a starter (Moore was 50-3). Moore was also the first FBS player to record 3,000 yards passing and total offense in four straight seasons and was one of only six QBs to surpass 14,000 career passing yards.
A 1990 graduate of Montana with a degree in health and human performance,
A native of Mountain Home, Idaho, Pease and his wife, Paula, have a daughter, Halle, and a son, Karsten.
1979-1982: Mountain Home H.S. (Mountain Home, Idaho), QB
• 2014-2015 – Washington – Wide Receivers
• 2012-2013 – Florida – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
• 2011 – Boise State – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
• 2007-2010 – Boise State – Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers
• 2006 – Boise State – Wide Receivers
• 2003-2005 – Baylor – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
• 2001-2002 – Kentucky – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
• 1999-2000 – Northern Arizona – Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coord./QBs
• 1996-1998 – Montana – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
• 1995-1998 – Montana – Offensive Backs/Wide Receivers
• 1991-1994 – Montana – Running Backs/Wide Receivers
Lloyd “Buck” Schiller
Head Coach until 1969
A native of Emmett, Idaho, was a three sport athlete in high school. He lettered in baseball, basketball, and football. He was selected as All District Guard in basketball and All Snake River Valley team in football. After graduating from high school Lloyd served two years in the military in Germany before attending the University of Idaho where he played baseball for the Vandals for four years. Upon graduating from college, Lloyd began his career teaching and coaching at Mountain Home High School where he coached baseball, basketball, and football. While coaching the basketball team, he took teams to state tournaments seven times throughout his career. He also coached numerous all conference and all state athletes during his time at MHHS. More importantly though, he played an integral role in helping develop boys into young men. In 1955 Lloyd took on the role of Athletic Director at Mountain Home High School and continued as head coach of both the basketball and football teams until he became assistant principal in 1969. Lloyd received many prestigious awards in his lifetime. He was inducted into the Idaho High School Activities Association Hall of Fame just one year after retirement. He was elected to represent the coaches of Idaho on the State Board of Control which governs the states interscholastic activities and was re-elected every year until 1980 even though he no longer coached after 1969. Lloyd was also honored at the Idaho State Coaches Clinic in Sun Valley in 1970 and again in 1981. It should also be noted that Lloyd started the first city recreation program in Mountain Home which he ran until 1967. After Lloyds impressive career, the Mountain Home High School Gymnasium was renamed Lloyd Schiller Gymnasium in honor of his remarkable service to Mountain Home High School. Lloyd is survived by his wife Rae and their three children Mark, Jan, Ann.
Class of 1951
Standout Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track Athlete, Boise State 1951-53
Inducted into the Boise State Hall of Fame in 1988
Frank Teverbaugh, one the few four-sport athletes to compete for the Broncos, lettered football, basketball, baseball and track. An offensive end in football, Teverbaugh was a starter in 1952 with one of his top games against Weber College when he caught three touchdowns. As a forward in basketball, he had an outstanding sophomore season and was named conference player of the week. As an outfielder for the Bronco baseball team, Teverbaugh lettered and made many key hits. He also competed and lettered one season for the Broncos track team.
Frank Teverbaugh -U of Idaho
Although born in Coldwater, Kansas, Frank Teverbaugh has always been athletically connected to the Northwest. He grew up and played sports in Mountain Home, Idaho. While attending Boise Junior College, he was one of the few to letter in four sports, football, basketball, baseball and track, and was selected to the Boise Junior College Hall of Fame.He then moved on to the University of Idaho tobe a standout athlete in football and baseball. The highlight of his college football career came in 1954 when Idaho beat Washington State College for the first time in 29 years.In the 10-0 victory, Teverbaugh scored the only touchdown in the upset win.In 1961, Frank's storied coaching career began in Reardan, WA. The following year, he became head basketball coach.Teverbaugh led the boys' basketball team to an eight year record of 165-29, which included a 57-game winning streak through two undefeated seasons and Class B state titles in 1966 and again in 1967. In 1970, he made the move to Richland and took over the program for the very popular and successful Art Dawald (Central Washington Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2001 Inductee).Here, he compiled an enviable 155-23 record with a state championship crown in 1972.His teams also placed second three years, and fourth place another year. In 1977, Coach Teverbaugh left Richland High School and went on to coach men's basketball as both an assistant and head coach at Columbia Basin College for eight years.In his inaugural year as head coach, he led the Hawks to a junior college title in 1981. Frank Teverbaugh is the only coach in the state's history to have won titles at three different levels: Class B, Class 3A and college. Teverbaugh credits all of his success to the athletes he has had the privilege of coaching .Frank and his wife Roberta have been married 54 years and reside in Richland.