SCHOOL NEWS

All State Choir

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By Jamie Gashler and Micala Pearson, MMHS Staff Writers

About 600-700 choir students all over Utah came together October 8th and 9th and sang as a united mass. They congregated the first day at Riverton High School and spent their second day singing in the LDS tabernacle on Temple Square. Region schools that attended were Springville, Payson, Salem Hills, Maple Mountain, and Uinta.

 Participants included select students from Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, and Sorelle Voce. The music ensemble included Gloria, America the Beautiful, and Little Birds.

Sara Cox said, “We are doing awesomely, we’re going to rock.”

Golden Eagle Cross Country, Back-to-Back Region Champs

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by Nathan Foutz, Golden Eagle Globe

Last Tuesday at Maple Mountain High School our Golden Eagles not only hosted the Region VIII Cross Country Meet, but took home both the Boys and Girls Region Titles for the second year in a row.  This back-to-back championship team worked harder than any other school to achieve this season-long goal.

“What impressed me most was how the individuals were able to rally together and lift the team as a whole,” said Coach Darrell Wyatt. “It was a wonderful team effort top to bottom.”

Golden Eagles Tramp Uintah for First Win

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Photos and Article by Olin Andersen, Golden Eagle Globe

The Maple Mountain football team stormed onto the field on Friday, October  8, and picked up their first official high school football victory with a big win of 33-7 over Uintah. The team was lifted by Tyson Jex who finished 7-for-15 passes with 115 yards and two touchdowns.  Riley Flinders and KJ Hall each had a touchdown to boost the Golden Eagles. Cameron Carson had 16 carries and 101 yards. Golden Eagle defense also brought the team to triumph with Colby Jeffers, who had 11 tackles, and CJ Hildebrand, who had 8 tackles and 3 sacks.  Extra points were contributed by kicker Jayci Peay.

MMHS Prep of the Week -- Ashley Phelps

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By Kaylie Smith and Deanna Barton, MMHS Staff Writers

This week’s Maple Mountain High Prep of the Week is Ashley Phelps. She has been running cross country since 8th grade.  Ashley is one of the captains on the cross country team. Ashley loves running because it is all mental and each time she knows she can push herself harder and farther. Ashley feels accomplishment when she runs.  Congratulations, Ashley, for being chosen as MMHS Prep of the Week.  

FBLA-DECA Business Tour

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By: Kalin Wall, MMHS Newspaper Staff

On Wednesday, October 8, Maple Mountain High students in FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) and DECA (a Marketing club) toured Wing Enterprises (Little Giant Ladders) in Springville and APX Alarm in Provo.

Golden Eagles Glide Just Below Red Devils

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By: Kinsey Williams, Kalin Wall, and Jamie Farley

In an intense and extremely close game between Maple Mountain and Springville, the Lady Golden Eagles came close to defeating our rival Red Devils. With the Red Devils’ team consisting of mostly seniors while the Golden Eagles was mostly juniors, Maple Mountain proved themselves to be just as good. The first two games were won by Springville the next two games were taken by Maple Mountain; and, then it was a hard fight for the last game with the ending score at 11:15.   

MMHS Prep of the Week -- Baylee Nielsen

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

This week’s Maple Mountain High Prep of the Week is Baylee Nielsen. She has been playing soccer for 12 years.  Baylee plays forward for the Golden Eagles girls soccer team. This season has been very successful for her; so far she has scored 22 goals to lead her team. 

On the field Baylee tries to be in her own world and play her game.  To date, the Lady Golden Eagles’ record is 16-2-0 and soon will be playing in the state tournament.

Baylee says, “I have high hopes for state this year because we are a very good team, and we could have a good run this year."

Golden Eagles Golf up to par

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by Micala Pearson and Jamie Gashler, MMHS Staff Writers

Maple Mountain boys golf team has performed well this season.   The toughest competition for the Golden Eagles has been Spanish Fork, Uinta, and Salem Hills.   Maple Mountain players Kendrik Gibson, Luke Walker, and Payton Poulsen have been exceptional players.

Nick Langford, team captain, said, “I’m looking forward to state; I love golf because it’s competitive.”

Head Coach Johnny Averett’s goals for the team are, “To be better than what they were at the beginning of the season and have fun doing it.” 

Homecoming Assembly

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all photos by MMHS Newspaper Staff

2010 Homecoming Royalty Announced during Assembly

Homecoming Queen, Kaitlin Schramm, escorted by Lance Merrell
1st Attendant, Ashley Phelps, escorted by Chase Brown
2nd Attendant, Chaliece Jones, escorted by Zachary Asbell
3rd Attendant, Nicole Killian, escorted by Thomas Bird

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