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March 2011

MMHS Ellevés Compete at National Dance Competition

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 20:23
Attributions: 
by Molly Brenchley, Head Coach
Ellevés National Champions

The Maple Mountain High Ellevés Drill Team competed for the first time in a national competition at the Champion National Dance Competition held in Anaheim, California on March 12, 2011.  The team competed in the following categories:  Military, Jazz Dance, Kick, Hip Hop, and X-Large Ensemble.  Several teams were there competing at the competition including two top 5A teams from Utah.

Duel In the Desert

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 20:18
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By Justin Beary, Nick H. Taylor and Cameron Spilker, MMHS Staff Writers

The Maple Mountain tennis team traveled to St. George for the annual Duel in the Deseret Tournament comprised of 14 Utah high schools from all over the state.  After two days and four tough matches, the Golden Eagles came home with a 1st place trophy for both JV and Varsity. 

Optimism High for Golden Eagles Soccer Team

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 20:15
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By Nathan Foutz and Olin Andersen, MMHS Staff Writers

Last Friday, the Maple Mountain High Golden Eagles soccer team took on the Orem Tigers at their home field.   Holding their own, they played extremely well against a team with a nationally ranked player, Matt Gay, who scored both of Orem’s goals, one in each half.  The final score was 2-0 for the Tigers.   

Golden Eagles Coach Berrett said, “We’re a young team, playing well, but we’re still in that developing stage. Once we work through that stage, we’re a champion team.”

The team’s next game is Thursday, March 17, at Dixie.

Golden Eagles Baseball Wins Tournament

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 20:13

Last week the Maple Mountain Varsity baseball team took home a first place trophy in their Mesquite tournament.  They beat the following teams for the championship:  Granger 8-4(SLC), Virgin Valley (NEVADA) 7-1, and Hurricane (UTAH) 5-3.

Head coach Gary Miner said, “This was the team's first chance to be outside. Defensive effort and pitching was excellent and we scored enough runs to give us a chance.”

MMHS Dance Company Performs Dance Showcase

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/11/2011 - 10:50
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photos by Karina Segura, MMHS Staff Photographer
Dance Concert

The 2nd Annual Maple Mountain High Dance Company Showcase was held Friday, March 4, in the MMHS Auditorium. The MMHS Dance Company performed four dances choreographed by MMHS Dance Company senior members Alex Murillo, Katie Tanner, and Nicole Simkins. Participating studios that also performed were Provo Civic Ballet, Heart n Soul, Esprit de Corps, Expressions Dance Center, Charisma Studio, Turning Point Dance, and Central Utah Stars. It was a night full of incredible dance talent and inspiration. Thanks to all who participated.

MMHS softball stalemate

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/11/2011 - 10:40
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By Jake Harding, Brittany Eckhardt, and Joseph Felt, MMHS Staff Writers

The softball team played well in Monday’s scrimmage game. The game was scheduled to be the team’s first official game, but due to unwanted weather conditions, the game was cancelled midway through the second inning.

The score at the point of cancellation was 2 to 7 in Provo’s favor.  All of Provo’s points were obtained through walks, and our two points were made by a double by sophomore Britlee Anderson and a homerun by junior Haley Mecham contributing to a well played game by our Lady Golden Eagles.

“I expect us to go to state,” said sophomore Josey Hartman.

Golden Eagles baseball season begins

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/11/2011 - 10:39
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By Aimee Vargas, Micala Pearson, and Jamie Gashler, MMHS Staff Writers

Spring baseball is finally here and this year’s lineup of Golden Eagle varsity players include Bodey Coomes, Riley Flinders, Colby Jeffers, Logan Miner, Mike Mortenson, Alex Burrows, Wes Carter, Braxton Jacobson, Mitch Kay, Logan Kinross, Bridger Adams, Tyler Boyer, Ivan Brooks, Mitch Budge, Colton Dibble, Jonah Flinders, Nate Guymon, CJ Hildebrand, Arik Mack, Kaden Miner, Makay Nelson, Brayden Peterson, Max Pigot, Jayden Whitehead, Nick Mafi, Logan Nelson, Nick Shaw, Bryson VanTassell, Cody Fillerup, Bailey Bates, and Dillon Slavens.

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