Maple Mountain Soccer Shows Promise

Attributions: 
By Terence Wride, Golden Eagle Globe

The Maple Mountain boys soccer team has now finished playing every 4A schhol in our district for region soccer. Although they haven’t won a game yet, our fans and our players  have hope for the future. 

Will Shelton, keeper of the team said ,“I feel like we have the ability to play with these teams and we’re beginning to become a team.” Hitting hard with a surprisingly two to one loss against Salem Hills in game one, the Golden Eagles have come far considering it’s the first team of the new school and Springville scored the least they’ve been able to on any team this season.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

2016-2017 Student Government

Student Body Officers

President - Briggs Anderson

Vice President - Addie Black

Secretary - Jentri Harris

Student Relations - Carson Christensen

Public Relations - Jayce Komiya

Activities - Brinley Nelson

MMHS Prep of the Week

Attributions: 
By Nick Taylor, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe
Chris Wiscombe -- MMHS Prep of the Week

This week’s Maple Mountain High Prep of the week is Chris Wiscombe. He plays first varsity singles for the Golden Eagles Boys Tennis team. This talented sophomore has only one loss this season and is on his way to the region tournament and an appearance in the state tournament.  His favorite shot is the backhand. Chris likes to play tennis because he is good at it. His favorite activity outside of tennis is Ping Pong. Chris has been playing tennis most of his life, but he started playing it competitively when he was 12 years old.

Golden Eagles Boys Tennis Wins Big in Vernal

Attributions: 
By: Cameron Spilker MMHS Globe

On April 13, 2010 Maple Mountain’s tennis team took a long drive to Vernal. After the long drive, the team finally arrived at Uintah High School to take on the Ute’s. Maple Mountain played very well against Uintah, winning 5-0, our varsity continues to shine. Justin Beary and Blaine Blonquist took Braden George and Trevor Morey’s 2nd doubles varsity spot due to Trevor Morey’s sprained ankle. The Blonquist and Beary team won with an amazing 6-0, 6-0 victory.

“Brainiacs” Bust the MMHS Knowledge Bowl

Attributions: 
By: Marissa Clegg and Sarah Blancher, MMHS Staff Writers
from left to right--Ryan Parry, Matt Hash, Luis Montero, and Mike McQueen

MMHS held their first annual Knowledge Bowl during the week of April 12th- 16th. Many students competed for the title of the Knowledge Bowl champions. But after many rounds, only one team was victorious. The winning team included Mike McQueen, Luis Montero, Matt Hash and Ryan Parry. The final score was 75 to 15.
 

Internships pave the way for a fun and rewarding career

Attributions: 
By: William Shelton, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe
Halie Bingham -- Maple Mountain Internship Program

If you patron Art City Dental for your dental care, you may have seen a high school student aiding dentists in their work. This student is Halie Bingham, an intern from Maple Mountain High School, who is training for the position of dental hygienist.   As an intern, Halie helps set up appointments, sterilize dental equipment, and even assist the doctor.
 

MMHS Student Helps Provide Therapy

Attributions: 
By Jacob Henry, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe
Kayla Adams -- Maple Mountain Internship Program

Junior Golden Eagle Kayla Adams has been busy interning at Peaks Physical Therapy. She helps with all sorts of tasks, including assisting the facility by sanitizing work areas and creating heat packs. She also observes exercises performed by the physical therapist, learning valuable experience in the meantime. One of the neatest things for Kayla in this internship was observing the dramatic improvement in patients and watching the recovery exercises make positive differences in patient mobility.
 

Robot Club

ROBOTICS CLUB

Link to FIRST 2010 Competition

 

 


Robotics club is going to the FIRST Robotics Competition in Atlanta Georgia.

The competition is hosted by the FIRST organization and will be held in the Georgia Dome April 15-18, 2010.

There are 4 divisions, with 88 teams in each division.

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