Anthony Stone is a Physical Education teacher at Gregory Elementary School and Quarterbacks Coach at Boylan High School in Rockford, Ill. He is also the Defensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach for the 2017 Women’s Australian National Outback Team & writes blogs for “Hudl” & “Firstdown Playbook.”
In July 2016, he was named to the Hudl 100 list. He has presented at IAPHERD, the top physical education convention in Illinois, on how to get students moving with his Games Galore presentations. He has also presented at the Chicago Glazier Clinics on quarterbacks & special teams. He was the Defensive Coordinator for the 2010 U.S. Women’s National Tackle Football Team, winners of the IFAF Women’s World Championship in which Team USA did not allow a point in three games with an overall score of 201-0.
The rest of his coaching experience involves coaching in the CIFL and the IWFL Leagues as well as Beloit College (Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator) and Rockford University (Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers). As well as coaching football at the youth, middle school and high school level.
He will be putting on fundamental youth football camps around the world in 2017. Please contact him to bring his “Back to the Basics Football Camp” to a city near you.
Follow him on Twitter @Coach_Stone_MT.
Illinois Association of Park Districts: Best of the Best Award “Good Sportsmanship”
2016 Fuel Up to Play 60 “Social Media Award”
2015 Coach of the Year Rockford Park District NFL Flag Football (Detroit Lions)
Golden Apple Nominee (2015-2016) & (2017-2018)
eNasco PE Equipment Company published two of my physical education games (Powerball & Sneak Attack) (2015)
ZOK Teacher of the Week 4/2015
AFCA Professional Development Series 2002, 2014
Defensive Coach of the White Team (WWTG) [12-0] (USAFB) 2014
Head Coach of the Western All-Stars (IWFL) 2010
1st ever West Win – IWFL All-Star Game [43 to 12] 2010
Gold Medal (1st Women’s USA Tackle Team/ 3 Shut-Outs) 2010
Member of the NAFL North All Star Player as a QB 2006
Member of the NAFL East All Star Player as a QB 2006
Member of the Rock River Raptors as QB 2006 (United Indoor Football)
2-Time Wendy’s MVP Player of the Game 1998
11/14/98 Game was Loras College vs University of Dubuque score 59 to 0 (11 for 12 302 passing yards / *5 passing touchdown (*school record at the time then broken in 2015 where the two times that it was broke the quaterbacks threw the ball 64 & 56 in 2015) & 1 rushing Touchdown
10/17/98 Game was Loras College vs Cornell College stats score 34 to 26 Loras (14 for 23 168 yards 2 passing TDs ; 68 yards 1 rushing TD
Dave S. Wallery (Leadership Award) Silver Medal 1996
Top 25 All-Area Players to Watch (Quarterback) 1996
Top 100 Illinois Football Players in State (Quarterback) 1996
All-Conference SICA Gray (Quarterback) 1996
All-Conference SICA North (Quarterback) 1995