Head Football Coach Tim Mayfield


Coaching History

Coach Mayfield enters his 23rd season coaching high school football. He brings with him playing and coaching experiences on both sides of the ball, as well as special teams. His coaching style has helped guide previous teams to 3 Semi-final, 4 Quarter-final and 8 State Playoff appearances. Coach Mayfield also currently Track & Field as the Hurdles Coach. At Sunnyslope High School was the Throws Coach at Sunnyslope High School in which he coached a back to back State Shot Put Champion (2009 & 2010). Coach Mayfield has also served as the Varsity Head Coach for Girls Basketball at Sunnyslope High School from 2002-2006. With the final year getting the Girls Basketball team to the State Playoffs for the 1st time in 9 years. 


Coach Mayfield is married to his wife Tracy Mayfield who works as the CTE Curriculum Coordinator at Glendale Union High School District.  He has a daughter Mackenzie 22, son Zachary 19, step daughter Holly 14, son Luke 12, and step son Grant 10.  This crazy group keeps him young at heart. 

Coaching Philosophy


Each coach will respect, care, and hold accountable each student athlete both in the classroom and on the football field. Coaches believe that desire, commitment, hard work, and the pursuit of excellence are the necessary tools needed to be successful both on the football field and in the classroom. Our success will not be measured simply by wins and loses, but by the student athlete’s ability to reflect on their high school football career as a positive, worthwhile, and fun experience. We believe that student athletes who participate in sports, especially high school football, will have the opportunity to learn and formulate healthy and worthwhile character traits.

Washington Rams Football Team's Mission Statement


Throughout the school year, summer and especially during the football season, the Washington Rams Football program is determined to uphold the traditions at our High School: We will earn the respect of our teachers, coaches, teammates and peers by making a commitment to work hard at everything We do. We may not be perfect, but, We will strive for perfection, We will refuse to let the trials and tribulation of defeat or failure hinder us in our pursuit of excellence. We will develop a family atmosphere with each other to become better students, better athletes and better men. 

We will COMPETE for a Region and State Championship, and finally