Better than Expected

Attributions: 
By Jake Harding and Brittany Eckhart, MMHS Staff Writers

On Monday, August 22, the Maple Mountain boys golf team had one of their best tournaments at Gladston Golf Course in Payson.

In the end, the team pulled ahead by 15 shots, ranking the team 4th in the tournament.  Many of the teammates showed improvement in their performance. 

“The team did better than expected,” Coach Averett explained. “The team is working hard, doing well, and having fun.”

MMHS Sophomore Football Wins!

Attributions: 
By Karina Segura and Tony Priego, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

On August 26 the Maple Mountain sophomore football team beat Westlake Thunder 23-18 at home.   The Golden Eagles played strong, especially Kayden Miner and Mike Matteis; Matteis had a five yard touchdown run.  Miner also had a touchdown that day; a 25 yard catch to seal the win for the Golden Eagles.

“I always try to play my heart out every game, no matter what the score is,” explained Miner.

MMHS girls soccer comes up short

Attributions: 
By Cameron Spilker and Aimee Vargas, MMHS Staff Writers

On August 28, 2010 Maple Mountain Girls Soccer played Sky View at home.  Even though the young team didn’t get the victory, they still played tough.  Sky View beat Maple Mountain 5-0 in a physical game.

 “Sky View is a really good team,” exclaimed Coach Carolyn Swenson.

Coach Swenson also said that the game was a good learning experience and now the girls know what they need to work on.

“We are still a strong team,” was Coach Swenson’s final words.

Golden Eagles Run Grass Relays

Attributions: 
By: Jessica Coplen, MMHS Staff Writer

Last Saturday, August 28, Maple Mountain Cross Country jumped hay bales during a two mile race in American Fork.  Varsity put forth tremendous effort maintaining fifth place until the very last lap where they finished in eighth.  This is only the second meet of the season and they‘re starting off with lots of heart and determination. 

Golden Eagles Got Talent!

Attributions: 
All photos by Jessika Hilton, MMHS Staff Writer

To culminate the end of "a tradition of firsts" as a new school, on Friday, May 21, Maple Mountain held it's first student body talent show.  It's no surprise, Golden Eagles got talent!

Seniors Receive $852,970 in Scholarships and Awards

Attributions: 
Report and Photos by Carey S. White, Journalism Advisor

Student:

Scholarship and/or Award:

Jacob Embley (Valedictorian)
Deson Haynie (Salutatorian)

2010 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Aubrynn Kate Fawcett

PTSA Master Of The Week, $500

Briana Ali Crook

Mountain View Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary, $500

Amberly Asay, Lindsey McMurdie

Spanish Fork Kiwanis Club, $1000each

Brittany Redford

A Bright Start to MMHS Baseball

Attributions: 
By Sarah Blancher, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe

Mr. Gary Miner, MMHS teacher, not only teaches history and government but also coaches the first MMHS Baseball team. With ten years of coaching under his belt, Coach Miner knows what he’s doing. Taking a brand new group of boys and turning them into a team is no easy task, but Coach Miner has done a fantastic job this year as head coach.
 

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