Mountain View High School celebrates Aaron Hair, a senior, and Varsity Baseball player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home game and senior recognition activity
Parents: John & Jennifer Hair
Plans after high school: Mission to Argentina Resistencia, and then going to UVU most likely.
Favorite Quote: “You don’t inspire your teammates by showing them how amazing you are, you inspire your teammates by showing them how amazing they are.”–Robert Benincasa
A lesson you’ve learned from your sport: Never tell yourself you can’t do something. If anyone asks you are the best player on the field. Believe it!
Who is your hero and why?: My Dad. He taught me how to play all different kinds of sports, and coached many of my teams.
Favorite college/professional team and/or player from your sport: Bryce Harper. He hits bombs.
Funny or best moment from your sport: When we had a dance-off against the opposing team after our game got snowed out. We even kept score on the scoreboard. We won of course!
Message for future participants of your sport: There is a reason the complainers and excuse-makers don’t start.
Relevant stats of your playing at MVHS (batting avg, score, record, etc.) Lifetime batting average .361, lifetime OBP .458
How many years have you participated in the sport: 4
What other sports activities do you do at MVHS: Basketball & Football freshmen year
Favorite teacher at MVHS and why: Mrs. Hicken. Her classes were always a party! She did an amazing job of getting me, and the other students, involved and interested in what we were learning.
Any other information you would like included in your senior spotlight article: Going to the softball field to hit bombs is one of the best feelings in the world. If you can’t play baseball, go fishing, what else do you need in life?
Check our website regularly as we attempt to highlight each of our seniors who play spring sports. Their dedication to their sport and contribution to the Mountain View High School community has not gone unnoticed despite unusual circumstances. Mountain View coaches and administration send their best wishes to each of these seniors in their future endeavors.
To see more senior baseball players click here.
Aaron was highlighted as a team captain by the Daily Herald. Read that article here.