SCHOOL NEWS

Maple Mountain Girls Soccer Wins 4-0

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by Kinsey Williams, Jamie Farley, and Kalin Wall, MMHS Staff Writers

On September 16, Maple Mountain Girls Soccer team won their game against Uintah, 4-0.

Kaitlin Schramm said, “The game was good and turned out better for us than Uintah. We were pumped up expecting hard competitors; but, were surprised to see that they lost some valuable senior players. It was a chance to work on possession.”

When asked what her goal for the team was she said, “To make it to state finals and go as far as we can.”

Golden Eagle runners do well at Murray Invitational

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By Olin Anderson and Justin Thorn, MMHS Staff Writers

Maple Mountain runners exploded onto the Murray Invitational course last Friday.  The Golden Eagles did exceptionally well dazzling the other 61 schools that were competing. For many runners this was the biggest race of their lives, in a literal sense.  Battling against schools like Davis and Pine View, Varsity boys pulled off an 8th overall win while Varsity girls placed 12th.

Stomp the House

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By Jamie Gashler and Micala Pearson, MMHS Staff Writers

Although few in numbers on Friday, September 10, Maple Mountain students who attended the after the game stomp dance had a blast celebrating a game well fought.  Almost everyone was singing along to the song, “Baby,” by Justin Bieber.  When a slow song played, those who didn’t have partners created a big circle in their group of friends and swayed to the music.

Maple Mountain Football Team Come Close to First Win

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By: Jamie Farley, Kinsey Williams, and Kalin Wall

There were many ups and downs during last Friday’s football game against North Sanpete. The team was pretty confident that it would be their first win. During the first half of the game, North Sanpete pulled ahead with a score of 7-21. North Sanpete was expecting an easy win, but Maple Mountain put up a tough fight in the second half.

Golden Eagle Girls Tennis Win Again!

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By Nick Taylor, Evan Huffman MMHS Staff Writers

Photos by Tony Priego

On Thursday September 9, The Maple Mountain Girls tennis team, once again, won 5-0!  The Lady Golden Eagles matched off with their rivals Spanish Fork.   As to date, the Maple Mountain Girls Tennis team has dominated every match they have played and are poised to take the region championship.

4A Golden Eagles battle Hunter’s 5A Wolverines

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by Evan Huffman and Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writers

On September 8, the Golden Eagles Girls volleyball team set-up a competitive match against Hunter.  Although it was a loss, 3-0, in favor of the Wolverines, the enthusiasm of the Maple Mountain team filled the court.  Both teams played great, and the effort was outstanding.  All the girls showed their talent while battling for victory.   Hunter’s 5A experience was clear, but the Lady Golden Eagles were able to keep all three games close and forced the Wolverines to work for the win.

Shaun Barrowes Rocks Maple Mountain High School

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by Karina Segura and Tony Priego MMHS Staff Writers

On September 8 and 9, Spanish Fork’s very own Shaun Barrowes along with a group of talented students came together for an important cause. To keep arts programs running in high schools everywhere, a benefit concert was held at Maple Mountain High School.  Maple Mountain is the first of many concerts throughout the nation to support his cause, Live for Music. 

“Frosh” Girls team places first in BYU Autumn Classic

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On Saturday, September 4, our Maple Mountain cross country team competed at the BYU Autumn Classic invitation.  In the Frosh Girls race, Maple Mountain’s Rachel Warnick and Bridgette Harris placed first and second, respectively, with many other Golden Eagle runners placing in the top 30; including, Olivia Garrido, Brynn Heckel, Bria Heckel, and Jensen Williams.

MMHS 2nd Annual Senior Sunrise

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by Kaylie Smith and Deanna Barton, MMHS Staff Writers

On Friday, September 10, Golden Eagle seniors woke up bright and early to see the sunrise with their classmates.  As everyone grabbed donuts and hot chocolate, the socializing with friends began.  From all directions, lights flash as everyone is taking pictures to remember this celebrated moment. 

“The best part was that all the seniors got on the tennis courts and huddled together and enjoyed each other’s company,” said Senior Rachel Staheli.

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