Mountain View High School Student Newspaper

Solid win for girls lacrosse

Solid win for girls lacrosse

Mar 21, 2014

Showcasing their new uniforms, our Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team took on Notre Dame High School on our home field. The final score was 16 to 12; MVHS won. After a close scoring start, Mountain View pulled through with the win. Top performances by Yaz Lancaster, Isabel De Armas, Sophie Kafjez, and Lauren Ewing helped the team beat an athletic opposition. Goalie,...

Eagles trump Spartans

Eagles trump Spartans

Jan 23, 2014

The Mountain View boys varsity basketball team played their rivals, Los Altos, last Wednesday the 22nd at 7 PM.  MV came into the game having won their last match against LAHS by a single point in a pre-season tournament. This game started off similarly to the last match, with MVHS and LAHS neck and neck for the entire first half, which ended at 21-20 with Los...

Quad night: some wins, some losses

Quad night: some wins, some losses

Jan 18, 2014

On the evening of Friday, January 17,  the Mountain View High School basketball program held a quad night. At quad nights, each team (JV and Varsity, both boys and girls) play in consecutive games against the same school, in this case Milpitas High School. These nights provide a rare opportunity for the MVHS fanbase to watch or support all the basketball teams...

Under the L.A. and London Lights

Under the L.A. and London Lights

Nov 9, 2013

London and L.A: two big cities, two huge markets. This is most likely the main reason Roger Goodell, commissioner of the NFL, aspires to add teams to both. It makes sense, too, at least in theory. L. A. is the second largest market in the U.S., and London is one of the largest British markets. L.A. has many sports teams, including 4 teams in basketball, and...

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