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January 2011

MMHS Spirit in a Bowl

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/24/2011 - 21:56
Attributions: 
by Jake Harding, Brittney Eckhardt, and Joseph Felt, MMHS Staff Writers
Senior Victory -- featuring Tucker Austin, Justin Beary, Nate Faust, Freddy Woods, Katherine Wilkins, Alex Sanders, and LaurenRoylance

The 2nd annual class battle Spirit Bowl was held last Friday, January 21, on the Mountain. The seniors came out victorious (as usual), with the faculty in second, sophomores third, and (unfortunately) juniors in last place. 

After all of the insane events, which were almost pointless to anyone else who is not a high school student, the seniors came out with a clear victory.

*photos by Jospeh Felt, MMHS Staff Photographer

Public Defendant Intern

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/24/2011 - 11:58
Attributions: 
By Tony Priego, MMHS Staff Writer
Ryan Gale -- MMHS Intern

Ryan Gale, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, spends every other day interning at the Utah County public defender’s office.

Gale has a couple of different jobs at the defenders office.  His duties include observing lawyers and helping with organization.

When asked if he is still interested in this line of work after interning in this environment, Gale said, “Yes, it’s really cool; and, I have grown a lot in my knowledge.

Working in a Nursing Home

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/24/2011 - 11:56
Attributions: 
By Jamie Farley, MMHS Staff Writer
Amber Elmore -- MMHS Intern

Amber Elmore, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, spends time every other day interning and helping out at the East Meadow Nursing Home.

Elmore’s duties include tending to the elderly and doing housework.

When asked if she is still interested in this line of work after interning in this environment, Elmore said, “Yes, although for next term I would like to be placed somewhere else to get a feel for other careers.”

Elmore said that she had a lot of fun decorating the home with her new friend, Ruth (an elderly woman), for Halloween.

Physical Therapy Intern

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/24/2011 - 11:55
Attributions: 
By Jake Harding, MMHS Staff Writer
Chase Brown -- MMHS Intern

Chase Brown, a senior at Maple Mountain High, is currently interning at Spanish Fork Physical Therapy.  He began his interest in physical therapy from his sports medicine classes. He assists with the set up of new patients and learns the various stretches that are administered to patients. He was once allowed to help a patient, with supervision, and really enjoyed the experience.

Chase is still interested in physical therapy.  Brown loves learning hands on and would recommend the internship program for other students.  

Maple Mountain Wrestlers Crush Springville 59-9

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 01/20/2011 - 15:00
Attributions: 
By: Kinsey Williams, Jamie Farley and Kalin Wall, MMHS Staff Writers

On Thursday, January 13, Golden Eagle wrestlers won an astonishing victory at Maple Mountain against the Springville Red Devils.  Four Maple Mountain Golden Eagles won by pin, they are:  Austin Rowley, Josh Searle, Ammon Stone, and Lorenzo Rowley.  In addition, Logan Miner and Mike Nixon won by decision; and, Colton Killian and Logan Kinross won by a tech fall.  Also, three Golden Eagles won by forfeit including Trent Kelly, Jayden Casey, and Alex Garcia; forfeits added points helping the team with their tremendous lead.

Maple Mountain Wrestling pins Spanish Fork

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/14/2011 - 11:39
Attributions: 
by Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writer; Photos by Cameron Spilker, MMHS Staff Photographer
Wrestler Brandon George pins a Don

On Thursday, January 6, Maple Mountain Wrestling defeated their cross-town foes the Spanish Fork Dons by an impressive score of 67-6.  It was a quick match, most of the points being won by forfeit and pins by Maple Mountain. 

The Golden Eagles wrestlers who pinned their opponents were Ryan Noll, Lorenzo Rowley, Jesse Carlisle and Austin Rowley.   Currently, Golden Eagles are the third ranked team in the state.  Come support your team at the Rocky Mountain Rumble, which consists of the best wrestling programs from all over the west, January 14 – 15, at Wasatch.

Social Dance Parents Night

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/14/2011 - 11:37
Attributions: 
by Micala Pearson and Jamie Gashler, MMHS Staff Writers (photos by Jamie Gashler)
Jadi Brown and Jordan Cox

On Tuesday, January 11, Maple Mountain dance classes performed a variety of dances for their parents, including the Waltz, Samba, Hip Hop, Triple Swing, Cha Cha and Country Swing.

Close Golden Eagle Victory

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/14/2011 - 11:31
Attributions: 
By: Jake Harding and Brittany Eckhardt, MMHS Staff Writers

Maple Mountain boys basketball had a close game with Juab last Tuesday with a score of 45-44, which makes this the Golden Eagles third win of the season.

Jace Edmunds led Maple Mountain with 15 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, and racking up three 3-point shots for the Golden Eagles.  Assisting Jace in the win was KJ Hall with 11 points and Kelby Crandall with 10 points including one 3-point shot and 2 rebounds. 

Golden Eagle Cheerleaders take 3rd in Region Competition

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/14/2011 - 11:29
Attributions: 
by Jessica Coplan and Karina Segura, MMHS Staff Writers
MMHS Cheer wins 3rd Place at Region Competition

Our Maple Mountain Cheerleaders took home a 3rd place award at a recent competition held at Timpview beating out close rivals Springville who took 5th place.   This is the first major competition the Golden Eagles cheer team has attended.   Due to their outstanding performance, the cheerleaders will attend national competition this March.  

After the performance, Head Coach Caitlyn Dahl knew the girls would win a top place award.

”For the first time competing, the team exceeded my expectations and went above and beyond,” said coach Dahl.

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