Mountain View Boys Varsity Wrestling

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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

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

Wrestling wins 3-0 at Battle Against Cancer Duels

Provo High School: November 26 was a historic night in Mountain View Wrestling history. MVHS beat #22 Maple Mountain, American Leadership Academy and Riverton High School to sweep the night. The team also celebrated it’s first female varsity win by 10th grader Andrea Patino in the all girls duel against Westlake High School. Wrestling’s next