Mountain View High School Student Newspaper

Climbing with Wiborg

Climbing with Wiborg

Jun 8, 2015

A climber is always fixated on the ultimate climb, their dream climb. For Mountain View High School sophomore Lukas Wiborg, this dream climb was the “Wherever I may Roam” climb in Smith Rock, Oregon, a challenging ascent that attracts rock climbers nationwide. The morning of the climb, Wiborg and his parents woke up at dawn to hike up to the rock. Despite...

New course for Spartan athletes a success

New course for Spartan athletes a success

Jun 8, 2015

A semester-long 6th period Weight Training class was added to the athletic courses available to students this school year, offering another opportunity for one to improve on their sport or overall physical fitness at Mountain View High School. The MVHS athletic director, Shelley Smith, came up with the idea for the class in order to provide an opportunity for...

New Varsity Swim Coach Alex Hehir

New Varsity Swim Coach Alex Hehir

Apr 17, 2015

Three-hour practices, dryland training, more yardage, and intensive attention to technique and form are just a few of the changes enacted by Mountain View High School’s new varsity swim coach, Alex Hehir. Hehir’s goal is to create a culture on deck where each athlete is individually motivated to train their bodies and their minds to their fullest potential, in order to become better swimmers. According to Hehir, this will be attained with full commitment and investment from both the coaches and the athletes.

MVHS soccer, then and now

MVHS soccer, then and now

Apr 13, 2015

Here at Mountain View High School, we have not one but four soccer teams on campus. However, it has not always been this way. In the late 60’s, while MVHS was still “Chester F. Awalt High School,” just one team was struggling to get up and running. Douglas Bailey, former teacher at Awalt High School and current substitute in the MVLA school district, knows...

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