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.
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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.
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.
High school basketball: Maple Mountain snaps out of early-game funk, rolls to victory in 4A quarterfinals
The following Deseret News article appeared online on Thursday, February 24:
On the first day of school, students enrolled in Nebo’s building construction class leave the school grounds and head to an empty lot at 1073 West River Ridge Lane, Spanish Fork, UT 84660. At that time, there was nothing but brown grass and some sage brush. Now, seven months later, there is a beautiful 3,876 foot house that is close to completion.
On Tuesday, February 22, Maple Mountain Lady Golden Eagles beat Westlake in the 1st round of the 4A basketball tournament, 53-43. Maple Mountain and Westlake fought for the win in the state tournament which was played at Salt Lake Community college in Taylorsville. Westlake had the ball with seconds left in the game as they drove down the court for the win; the Lady Golden Eagles defense held tough and were able to stop the Thunder. At the end of regulation, the score was tied at 40-40.