Meet the Calabasas Football Coaches
Coach Cary Harris was a 2004 Super Prep All-American, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star All-American, Tom Lemming All-American, EA Sports All-American honorable mention, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Orange County Register Fab 15 second team, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, All-CIF Southern Section first team, All-CIF Division III Defensive Player of the Year, Los Angeles Times All-Star, Los Angeles Times All-San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles Daily News All-Area first team selection as a senior running back and cornerback at Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks (Calif.). He rushed for 1,800 yards with 24 TDs and had 81 tackles, 19 deflections, 2 forced fumbles and 2 interceptions in 2004. Notre Dame went 14-0 and won the CIF Division III championship in 2004.
As a junior in 2003, he made Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass first team, All-CIF Southern Section second team and All-CIF Division III while gaining 1,150 rushing yards (7.5 yards per carry) with 17 TDs and posting 73 tackles, 6 deflections, 3 forced fumbles, 2 interceptions and 1 fumble recovery.
He was named to the Cal-Hi Sports Sophomore All-State and All-CIF Division III squads in 2002. In his career, Notre Dame won 3 consecutive CIF Division III crowns.
Coach Harris has a stellar career at University of Southern California under Coach Pete Carrol winning 3 Rose Bowls. Harris was a three-year starter between 2006 and 2008. He played reserve in 2005. He was a two-time All-Pac-10 honorable mention player in 2007 and 2008 and was considered a top cornerback for the 2009 NFL Draft. Drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 2009. Harris has also been a member of the Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals, and New York Giants.
Coach Harris was Defensive Backs Coach at Moorpark College, coached in the NFL with Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks. He most recently served as Head Coach for Glendale High School for 2 years prior to CHS Football.
Curtis Lamont Conway (born January 13, 1971) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 1993 NFL Draft out of the University of Southern California (USC). Conway also played for the San Diego Chargers, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers.
Conway attended Hawthorne High School in Hawthorne, California and was a football and a track star. He won All-America honors as a senior quarterback. His high school quarterback coach was Dave Keller. His high school track coach was legendary coach Kye Courtney. Even though he was an All-American QB, he was more known for his exploits on the track. During that era, Hawthorne was a regular contender at the CIF California State Meet. In 1987 as a sophomore he was the anchor of the California State Record 4X100m relay team (40.24) set in the preliminaries, Hawthorne High School was DQ'd at the finals after initially finishing second. In 1988, as a junior, he placed second in the 100m (10.85) and placed third 3rd in the 200m (21.30). In 1989, as a senior, he won the 100m state title with the time of 10.32 and placed 2nd in the 200m (20.89).
1990: 26 kick returns for 555 yards. 12 punt returns for 161 yards and one touchdown.
1991: 21 catches for 240 yards and one touchdown. 18 carries for 29 yards and one touchdown. 20 kick returns for 493 yards. 24 punt returns for 172 yards.
1992: 49 catches for 764 yards and 5 TD. 6 carries for 37 yards and one touchdown. 27 kick returns for 675 yards and one touchdown. 31 punt returns for 346 yards and one touchdown.
During his twelve years in the NFL, Conway threw for two touchdown passes, a rarity for the wide receiver position. The most notable of the two came during a game against the Miami Dolphins on November 13, 1994. Conway lined up split off of and parallel to the holder, on a bizarre field goal formation. Rather than the snap being taken by Erik Kramer, Conway received it, and threw a pass which was tipped up into the air by a Dolphins' defender and caught by fellow Bears' teammate and tight end, Keith Jennings and run into the endzone for a touchdown. His 329 catches during his tenure with the Bears (1993-1999) place him 3rd in franchise history on their all-time receptions list, and his 4,498 receiving yards rank 5th on the Bears’ all-time yardage list. He also was the 1st Chicago Bears receiver to record back to back 1000 yard seasons.
Beginning in 2009, Conway began working as a color analyst on national NFL radio broadcasts by Compass Media Networks. He teamed with Lee "Hacksaw" Hamilton and Gregg "Free Beer" Daniels on play-by-play. He is currently a studio analyst for the Pac-12 Network and a cohost of Total Access on the NFL Network. He joined the San Diego Chargers Network for the 2015 season as a studio analyst.
QB and Wide Receivers
Robb-Davon Butler (born September 14, 1981) is a former American football defensive back who played one season with the San Diego Chargers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Pittsburgh and Robert Morris. He was also a member of the Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Brigade, Erie RiverRats and Wheeling Wildcats.
Butler was a three-year letterman at Perry Traditional Academy in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he played receiver and defensive back. He earned First Team Associated Press Big School All-State honors in 1998. He was named to the 1999 AAA Pennsylvania Big 33 Team, which participated in the PNC Bank Big 33 Classic on July 24, 1999. Butler was named to the 1998 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Fabulous 22” Team. He was also named to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review/Fox Sports Pittsburgh “Terrific 25” Team. He garnered first team All-Pittsburgh City League recognition twice as well.
Butler recorded 35 receptions for 631 yards his senior year and scored 14 total touchdowns, including two punt returns, two kick returns and one interception return for a touchdown. He accumulated six interceptions his junior year and six interceptions his senior season as well. He helped the team win the City League championship in 1997 and 1998. The team advanced to the PIAA Class AAA state championship game in 1997 but lost.
Butler also lettered three years in track and field at Perry. He played football with future Pittsburgh Panthers teammate Rod Rutherford at Perry.
Robb visited Pittsburgh, Maryland, Michigan State, Wisconsin and NC State before choosing Pittsburgh. He signed his letter of intent on February 7, 1999.
Butler played college football for the Pittsburgh Panthers of the University of Pittsburgh from 1999 to 2000 and lettered both years. He was a reserve cornerback and special teams contributor each year. He played in the final eight games of the 1999 season, recording five solo tackles, five tackle assists and two passes defended. On November 13, 1999, Butler broke up a pass in the end zone on the final play in the history of Pitt Stadium. He played in ten games his sophomore year in 2000, totaling three solo tackles and two tackle assists. After the 2000 season, he had transitioned to wide receiver after spending time, and impressing, on the scout squad at receiver.
Butler then transferred to Robert Morris University in 2001. He played in 20 games, all starts, for the Robert Morris Colonials from 2002 to 2003. He caught 29 passes for a team-leading 459 yards in 2002. Butler converted to strong safety in 2003. He accumulated 84 tackles, two interceptions, nine pass breakups, and two forced fumbles for the Colonials during the 2003 season, earning First Team Division I-AA All-American honors.
Butler signed with the San Diego Chargers of the NFL on April 25, 2004 after going undrafted in the 2004 NFL Draft, becoming the fifth player in Robert Morris history to sign an NFL contract. He was released by the Chargers on September 5 and signed to the team's practice squad on September 6, 2004. He was promoted to the active roster of the Chargers on November 30, 2004. Butler played in five games for the team during the 2005 season, recording three solo tackles and four tackle assists. He also returned two kickoffs for 35 yards. He was released by the Chargers on September 3, 2005.
On November 11, 2005, Butler was signed to the practice squad of the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL. He was promoted to the team's active roster on December 30. He re-signed with the Ravens on May 18, 2006. Butler was released by the team on September 2, 2006.
He had a workout with the New England Patriots of the NFL in December 2006. He signed a two-year contract with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs on February 12, 2007. Butler was released by the Chiefs on September 2, 2007.
He signed with the Kansas City Brigade of the Arena Football League on November 29, 2007. He was released by the team on February 16, 2008, signed by the Brigade on March 18 and placed on recallable waivers on March 27. The Brigade signed Butler to the team's practice squad on April 2 and promoted him to the active roster on April 12. He was placed on recallable waivers on April 29, signed by the Brigade on May 1 and placed on recallable waivers on May 7, 2008. Overall, he totaled eleven solo tackles, seven tackle assists and one interception for the Brigade during the 2008 season.
Butler signed with the Erie RiverRats of the American Indoor Football Association in May 2008 and played for them during the 2008 season. He played with former Perry Traditional and Pittsburgh Panthers teammate Rod Rutherford as a member of the RiverRats. Robb was signed by the Wheeling Wildcats of the Continental Indoor Football League on December 21, 2008 and played for the team during the 2009 season. He again played with Rutherford in Wheeling. Butler also played under head coach Shawn Liotta in both Erie and Wheeling.
Butler has spent time working for PPG Industries after his playing career. He earned an MBA from Olin Business School.