SCHOOL NEWS

Alysa Skousen Loves Preschool

Attributions: 
Cameron Spilker, MMHS Staff Writer
Alysa Skousen MMHS Intern

Maple Mountain senior Alysa Skousen is interning at Park Elementary Preschool in Spanish Fork.  Alysa was interested in this line of work because she loves little children.

“They are at the age where they absolutely love school, they are open to everything you teach them,” said Alysa

Maple Mountain High presents, “The Scarlet Pimpernel”

Attributions: 
by Karina Segura and Tony Priego, MMHS Staff Writers (photos by Tony Priego)
Madame Guillotine -- The Scarlet Pimpernel (rehearsal)

Maple Mountain High School performing arts department proudly presents our fall musical, “The Scarlet Pimpernel,” November 19, 20 and 22 at 7 pm in the MMHS auditorium.  Admission will be $5 children and seniors, $7 for students and $8 for adults.  Come and enjoy an evening of music, comedy, action and romance.

Over one hundred Golden Eagle students are participating in the production as cast, crew and musicians!

The musical stars Madison Hurst as Percy Blakeny and the Scarlet Pimpernel.  “A humorous, vein, petty and very passionate character,” said Hurst.

Maple Mountain student rolls her way to the top

Attributions: 
By Aimee Vargas, MMHS Staff Writer
Aimee Vargas from Springville getting ready to dribble the ball down the court

Junior Aimee Vargas has begun playing her second season with the Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz basketball team.  Most basketball fans are familiar with the NBA’s Utah Jazz, but most are not familiar with NWBA’s Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz (www.jr.wheelinjazz.com).  NWBA stands for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association. The Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz is ranked in the top 25 of all Jr. Division teams in the NWBA and they’re headed into their second season of national competition after winning 7th place in Denver last year.   Recently the Jr.

MMHS Prep of the Week--Jace Edmunds

Attributions: 
By Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writer
Jace Edmunds--MMHS Prep of the Week

This week’s Maple Mountain High Prep of the Week is Varsity football star, Jace Edmunds.  Whether it’s his passing, rushing, receiving, or defense, you are sure to hear Jace’s name announced during the game and read about him in the newspaper. 

MMHS Dance Company performs at Utah Shakespearean Festival

Attributions: 
By: Mciala Pearson and Jamie Gashler, MMHS Staff Writers
Dance Company

Members of the Maple Mountain High School Dance Company traveled to Cedar City, Utah, from October 7-9 to compete and perform in the dance competition at the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Under the direction of their dance teacher, Karla Palfreyman, their team took 3rd place in the Modern Dance Competition. The dance company also had the opportunity to learn additional dance techniques through workshops and seminars.

MMHS Prep of the Week--Kendrik Gibson

Attributions: 
By Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writer
Kendrik Gibson -- MMHS Prep of the Week

Maple Mountain High Prep of the Week is Kendrik Gibson.  Gibson, a junior, currently holds the top boys golf varsity position.  Gibson has been playing golf competitively for four years and his experience has showed this season; he competed at the Utah state golf championship.

Gibson’s favorite place to golf is Hobble Creek golf course; and, his favorite player is Tiger Woods. 

“I’ve been playing my whole life and I’ve always been interested in golf; it’s very fun to play,” said Gibson.

Academic All State

Attributions: 
by: Brittany Eckhardt and Jake Harding, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe
Bryan Robins -- Academic All State

Maple Mountain High’s Bryan Robins, Mike Mortensen, Adam Russell and Benjamin Harvey have been awarded UHSAA’s   (Utah High School Athletic Association) honor of Academic All State.  These four students all have a 4.0 GPAs, high ACT scores, and they all played on the Golden Eagle Varsity football team.

Senior Volleyball Spotlight

Attributions: 
By: Kinsey Williams and Jamie Farley, MMHS Golden Eagle Globe
Senior Nicole Killian makes a powerful serve against Springville

On Tuesday, October 26, two Lady Golden Eagle seniors, Nicole Killian and Taylor McMillan, were honored at the final volleyball home game against Salem Hills High School.

Nicole Killian is planning on attending Utah Valley University and majoring in elementary education; she is also considering a career as a high school counselor. Killian played on the team to be more involved in school and to enjoy sports; however, she does not plan to continue playing after graduation.

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