Mountain View Girls Varsity Golf

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Head Coach: Kelly Mannewitz

email- kmannewitz@alpinedistrict.org 

 

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MVHS Girls Golf Competes

Girls golf is in full swing (literally and figuratively). This week, Bruin nation competed in two regional tournaments. On Monday, in spite of the cold, athletes competed at Glenmoor. Spirits were high throughout the majority of the tournament. Wednesday, the team competed in another tournament at Sleepy Ridge.              

Meet Mountain View’s new Girls Golf head coach Kelly Mannewitz

Mountain View High School is pleased to announce its new Girls Golf Head Coach Kelly Mannewitz. Coach Mannewitz was a three-sport athlete in high school in Nebraska where she grew up. She participated in golf, track & field, and dance. She studies psychology at Brigham Young University. Fun Facts – I was a participant in golf all through high school

Senior spotlight on Jessie Moore, golf player

Mountain View High School celebrates Jessie Moore, a senior, and Varsity Golf player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home match and senior recognition activity. Parents: Amy Moore & B.C. Moore Plans after high school: I will be attending BYU Provo Fall 2020 Favorite Quote: “Choose Joy.” Through

Senior spotlight on Danielle Hess, golf player

Mountain View High School celebrates Danielle Hess, a senior, and Varsity Golf player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home match and senior recognition activity. Parents: Daniel and Janalee Hess Plans after high school: Attend Snow College in the fall as a member of the student leadership Ambassador

Senior spotlight on Grace Eyestone, golf player

Mountain View High School celebrates Grace Eyestone, a senior, and Varsity Golf player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home match and senior recognition activity. Parents: Lynn and Ed Eyestone Plans after high school: Attend Brigham Young University Favorite Quote: “Sometimes you gotta work a little so you

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,