Next Game: Saturday November 1 at San Lorenzo

Record 8-0-0

“Strength and Honor” is the rallying motto of Piedmont Football and pays homage to a rich tradition that dates back to 1921.  Come to Witter Field this Fall for some exciting football and support your Hometown Team!

Week 7 Recap : Piedmont 46 Arroyo 0

The Highlanders closed out their fourth consecutive road game with their second 46-0 victory of the season over Arroyo High. It was another total team effort from all 3 sides of the ball en route to another strong gridiron performance. The win set Piedmont’s winning streak to 7 in a row heading into the Homecoming game against a solid 5-1-1 Mt. Eden Monarchs team this Friday October 24th at 7:00 pm. Photo gallery courtesy of Willie Watson.

2014 Schedule

Download the colorful 2014 schedule in 5 x 7 format. Print in color, cut it out and post on your fridge!

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Photo Galleries

Mr. Watson’s photo galleries are a fantastic source for team and player photos. Download and print today.

“We teach our history because we aim to repeat it.”  – Bo Schembechler

The Piedmont Football Archive

Many thanks to Jason Eisenberg of the Piedmont Post for a great article about our archive project.  We have accumulated an exceptional collection with lots more work to be done in the years ahead.  The gallery below is a quick overview of the avalanche of photos we will be adding in the coming months, so keep checking back to see our progress.  If you have any memorabilia, jerseys, helmets, stat books, game programs or photos please contact us at  Enjoy.

The Archive Rises

Over the last five years we have assembled a great historical collection, but the work is far from done. Check out the gallery below.

Team Histories

The Archive collection features digitally preserved memorabilia dating all the way back to the first season in 1921.

Donate Today!

Alumni can donate jerseys, helmets, game film, stat books and photos to help build the history of Piedmont Football.

So jubilant were the Highlanders after their upset victory, they swarmed onto the field and tore down their own goal posts in celebration of the long-awaited event.

Berkeley Gazette November 5, 1932, Piedmont 20 vs. Berkeley 0

Blog Articles

Monster running game leads to Homecoming win


The stage of Homecoming Night was set in a gloomy, crisp October Friday night and the tension was palpable as the Piedmont football team hosted its toughest opponent so far this season, Mt. Eden, and won 42-24.  more

Watson gives Farmers run for their money


With only 1:35 remaining in the fourth quarter and down by three points, Piedmont’s undefeated football season was on the verge of disappearing at the hands of the Hayward Farmers more

Piedmont football ‘mercies’ 2nd team in a row


While head coach Scott Coats and his team weren’t terribly pleased with the way PHS played, the Highlanders still put up another offensive spectacle on the road Friday, defeating the Richmond Oilers 46-0. more

Piedmont overwhelms Albany, 59-7


Piedmont’s football team traveled to Albany  Friday night, bringing lots of confidence to Cougar Field. They also brought a big-time performance to back it up.

Piedmont upsets Justin Siena in home opener


Big crowd at Witter Field buoyed by strong performance

What a difference a year makes.

Piedmont Fight Song


The song you hear the Piedmont Pep Band playing after Highlander touchdowns is the Piedmont Fight song, which dates back to the 1920’s. Many people have wondered what the words are to the song, so we bring them to you here: more