Mountain View Varsity Wrestling

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MVHS Summer Wrestling Camp

2020 Camp Flyer

June 15th - 18th

 

Contact

Head Coach: Ross Taylor rosstaylor@alpinedistrict.org

Administrative Coach: Chad Blevins cblevins@alpinedistrict.org 

 

Summary

Mountain View Wrestling is a competitive program that focuses on student-athlete success on the mat, in the classroom, and through life. It's values push progress, responsibility, grit, and belief in oneself. 

 

Wrestlers Need To

  1. Complete RegisterMyAthlete.com
  2. Pay Fees on myschoolfees.com
    • $100 Participation
    • $65 Spirit Pack
    • $35 per Hotel Trip 
  3. Maintain Stay to Play Eligibility
    • No Unexcused Absenses
    • No more than 7 tardies
    • No more than 20 Total Absenses

 

Sponcor Program

Level Name Amount Donated Your Opportunities  
Takedown $100 Practice+Bankquet Invite  
Overtime $300 Banner 6' X 4' in East Gym + Takedown
Bruin Strong $500 Weight Class Sponcer + Overtime
Cardinal $750  Mat Sponcor (ltd avail) + Bruin Strong
Gold $1000 Game Sponcor + Cardinal

Contact Coach Taylor for information: rosstaylor@alpinedistrict.org

 

Cardinal Level Sponcors

 

 

Bruin Strong Level Sponcors

 

Overtime Level Sponcors

 

 

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Meet Mountain View Wrestling’s new head coach Hank Weiss

Get to know the new Head Wrestling Coach, Hank Weiss. Find out where he has coached, where he wrestled in college, and most importantly his goals for the team. Where have you coached and for how long? 1 yr Timpview High School 2004-2005 3 yrs Orem High School 2014-2017 3 yrs Riverton High school 2017-2020

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.

ICYMI: MVHS Wrestling wins three region titles in five years

Mountain View High School’s wrestling team has won three region championships in five years. However, the goal of education-based athletics and Mountain View High School is much bigger and broader than that. At Mountain View, coaches work to increase student athletic participation, help students achieve academically, teach students good character, and then provide student athletes with the

MVHS Girls Basketball to take on 2-seed Farmington in second round of playoffs

In the fifth different sport this year, Mountain View is scheduled to take on Farmington in the state playoffs. The Bruins have gotten the best of the Phoenixes for the most part this year.  In October, the number 16 seeded MVHS Girls Soccer team upset number 2 seed Farmington 1-0 in the second round of

Wrestling Titled 5A Academic State Champions

The Bruins were recognized during the 5A State Championship Finals for their hard work in the classroom earning the highest team cumulative GPA of 3.70. “The purpose of athletics at the high school level is primarily for character development. We have to realize that for all of these student-athletes that student comes first. What these kids do

Wrestling to compete at Divisional Tournament this weekend

The Mountain View Wrestling team, lead by 4th year Head Coach Ross Taylor, secured the Region 7 championship after defeating cross town rival Orem on January 23, 2020. For Duels, the team is ranked 5th and for individual point scorers the team is currently ranked 8th in 5A. Individuals who are ranked are Hunter Chariton 5th place in