Mountain View Boys -Varsity Basketball

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Building future leaders on and off the basketball court through TRUST, SERVICE, DEDICATION, RESPECT, and RESPONSIBILITY.

State Championships-3: 1982, 1998, 1999

Head Coach: Shawn Faux

Email: shawnfaux@alpinedistrict.org 

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Mountain View rallies late for comeback win over Lehi

  OREM, Utah — Led by a career-high 23 points from David Hair, Mountain View rallied for a 62-61 victory over Lehi on Tuesday night. The Pioneers came into Tuesday night’s game ranked second in 5A. The Bruins (currently ranked 3rd in UHSAA RPI) earn their first win in region play after dropping both home

Mountain View girls, boys hoops earn wins against Brighton, Spanish Fork

OREM, Utah — Both of Mountain View’s Varsity basketball teams were victorious on Tuesday, Dec. 8th, at Mountain View High School. Girls hoops takes down Brighton, 52-41 Box Score Game Replay (subscription) Senior Marinn Waite led Mountain View (1-1) in scoring with 15 points, and added 4 offensive rebounds. Junior Bella Brooks recorded 8 points,

Mountain View moves to 2-0 after 70-45 win over Springville

  OREM, Utah — After Mountain View was eliminated by Springville in the UHSAA playoffs to end last season, the Bruins defeated the Red Devils on Monday night, 70-45. Game Replay (subscription) 2020-21 Schedule The Bruins move to 2-0 ahead of tomorrow night’s matchup against Spanish Fork. Senior Calvin Gustafson had 19 points for the

Bruins open season with 76-59 win over Stanbury

OREM, Utah — The Mountain View boys basketball team won their first contest of the 2020-21 season, beating Stansbury 76-59 on Friday night in Stansbury Park. Seniors Calvin Gustafson and Preston Thompson both scored in double figures for the Bruins, with 19 and 16 points respectively. Senior Eli Stafford also chipped in 11 points. Mountain

Aug. 3: Physical Night at Dr. Gordon’s office

Mountain View athletes who need a physical for the upcoming school year can go to the ‘Physical Night’ at Dr. Gordon’s office in Provo. It will be on Monday, Aug. 3 from 5-6 p.m. Physicals will cost $25. All money from the night will be donated back to Mountain View High School Athletics. Covid-19 protocols

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

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

End of Season Boys Basketball Video

This video celebrates and thanks boys basketball for their hard work this season. Watch it below. This video was produced by Taggart Porter and the MVTV Broadcast. MVTV is Mountain View’s student broadcast class taught by Mr. Hall.

MVHS Boys Basketball to play at Springville in round two of playoffs

Mountain View High School Boys Basketball won its first round 5A state playoff game Wednesday night at Olympus High school, and will advance to play at Springville High School on Friday. Mountain View came into the tournament as the 18-seed while Olympus was 15. Olympus had not lost a first round playoff game since 2010,