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Vote for Mountain View’s Bruin logo as best in state

  The UHSAA may not have spring sports, but it does have a school logo bracket challenge. The challenge pins all 152 high school logos in Utah against each other to see which one reigns supreme. The outcome is determined by votes on Twitter.   As of Tuesday afternoon, Mountain View has advanced to the round

MVHS senior Nicole Riley signs NLI to play soccer at Casper College

Nicole Riley, a four-year letter winner in girls soccer at Mountain View High School, signed her National Letter of intent to play soccer next fall at Casper College. Nicole plays goalkeeper and helped lead the Bruins to the 2019 UHSAA 5A girls soccer semi-final this year. For more on their magical playoff run and upset

UHSAA closes office to follow health order

The UHSAA sent out an email to principals and athletic directors on Monday, March 30th. The email contained the following: “Due to the Salt Lake Country public health order for non-essential closure, the UHSAA office will be closed until at least April 13, 2020. The UHSAA spring activities will be evaluated on Tuesday, April 14,

Looking back: Mountain View boys basketball father and son duo

Joel Gardner was Mountain View High School’s first boy’s basketball coach. He led his teams to three consecutive state championships games in 1981, 82, and 83. The Bruins faced the Provo Bulldogs all three years and were victorious in 1982. Coach Joel Gardner led the Bruins for five seasons. His son, Jeff, attend Mountain View

Looking Back: Mountain View boys win 2011 track & field Region Championship

Here is a look back at what ended up being a nail biter region track meet. The Mountain View boys track & field team won the region championship over cross-town rival Orem 132 to 131. Were you or someone you know on this team? Share it with them! For a look at the Herald Extra

Mountain View rises to second place in UIAAA Directors Cup standings

Mountain View High School has risen to second in the 5A Directors Cup Standings. The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) scores Utah high school athletic programs annually for athletic achievement, academic success, and sportsmanship. MVHS’s second-place standing has a lot to do with our Boys and Girls Basketball teams getting playoff wins. The girl’s

Mountain View students create feature on beloved Uncle Bobby

This film created by Mountain View High School students, Mauricio Ortega Ramos, Sergio Mendoza, Taggart Porter, Devan Hair, Zach Dixon, Lisbeth Salzar, Nautica Harris, and Jenna Trahan, will be submitted to Utah High School Film Festival. The students are members of Mr. Josh Hall’s broadcast class and this is a project they have had in the

Mountain View Wrestling wins Daily Herald All-Valley honors

Below are the honors achieved by MVHS Wrestling Utah Valley Coach of the Year- Head Coach Ross Taylor All-Valley Wrestling Team- Ryley Horrocks (285) Honorable Mention All-Valley Wrestling Team- Cody Burr (106) Hunter Chariton (145) Radi Stafford (170) Elijah Stafford (182) Chris Esparza (220) Follow this link to view the Daily Herald article.