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Senior soccer player Kenley Nelson has been selected as a Maple Mountain Student Athlete "Prep of the Week" for her outstanding play on the girls soccer team this season. As a mid forward Kenley has shined throughout the year in helping her team to a high region place and a 7th overall RPI seed in the state. The soccer girls will have several home playoff games as they start the state tournament season. Good luck to Kenley and the rest of the team!
Senior cross country runner Tayin Wallace has been selected as a Maple Mountain Student Athlete "Prep of the Week" for his outstanding performances this year. Tayin has consistently been running in the number one position. His high finish at the region cross country championships led the boys team to a high team finish this past week. Tayin and his teammates now prepare for the divisional and state meets coming up soon. Congratulations and good luck!
MMDC JR DANCE CLINIC 2020
Come dance with the Maple Mountain Dance Company!
Oct 19-22nd Monday-Thursday
Grades: Kindergarten - 6th Grade
Clinic Times: 3:00-4:00pm in the dance room
Performance: Thursday at 7:00pm in the auditorium
Cost: $25 (T-shirt and family admission to performance included)
MMHS is moving to an online ticket platform. You may now purchase online tickets for our October 8th home game. At this time, the only event we are offering online ticketing for is football, and you may still purchase tickets at the gate.
Please use the website below to purchase tickets for MMHS Home Football Games. You will need to create an account when you click on the area to purchase tickets. Tickets and masks are required for these events.
Aedan Seiuli has been selected as a Maple Mountain "Prep Athlete of the Week" for his outstanding play as a member of the football team. Aedan plays safety, kick returner, and receiver for the Golden Eagles. The Eagles are sitting at 5-2 on the year and Aedan has been a big part of that success. Aedan has also accepted an offer to take his game to the next level at the University of Nevada Reno next year. Congratulations Aedan and good luck to you and your teammates the rest of the way.
Sports this year has been a challenge unlike any other year. With Covid 19 sweeping through the country, the Maple Mountain Golf Team and its head coach, Johnny Averett, has undoubtedly faced difficulty and limited freedom with practice and tournaments. However, through all this negativity the members of the golf team don't even mention that covid has messed anything up. This is partly because golf is already pretty socially distanced, and also because the team is either super focused on the sport or just really resilient people.