The MMHS Ellevés competed in their first competition of the season, The Salt Lake Valley Classic Competition, at Juan Diego High School on Saturday, December 9. The Ellevés competed in the Pom, Hip Hop, Military, Dance, and Character categories.
The Ellevés won 1st place in the Pom category, 2nd place in the Hip Hop category, 2nd place in the Military category, 3rd place in the Dance category, and 4th place in the Character category.
Our DECA club had several students compete at the Snow College Competition as well as the LDS Business College Competition. Several students placed in these competitions.
At Snow College, Issack Bahena Placed second in his event and Luke Grotegut placed third in his event.At LDS Busness College Issack Bahena placed third in business management event.
The Science Olympiad team competed at the Uintah Invitational over the weekend and took first place! This was the first competition of the year and the team is excited about defending their state title. Here are the individual results for each event from the competition:
Annie Merrill, Tiffany Asay, and Hannah Finch have been selected as Maple Mountain "Prep Athletes of the Week" for recently being selected to the UHSAA 5A All State Drill Team. Hannah, Tiffany and Annie are outstanding members of the drill team who have been very committed to their team and coaches. Congratulations and good luck in your competitions the rest of the year!
Where do you want to see yourself in five years?
I hope to have returned from a full-time mission from my church and attending a college to get a degree in the medical field.
What are your favorite hobbies?
I love to spend time with my family and friends. I love to play volleyball and go for bike rides.
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