Mountain View Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

State Championships-1: 2009

Head Coach: Cade Jolley

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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

Halle Hirschi awarded Utah Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship

Halle Hirschi, a graduating Mountain View High School Senior who was a captain on the girl’s soccer team, was awarded a scholarship from the Utah Sports Hall of Fame and the Ream Scholarship Foundation on Monday afternoon. Halle is one of just three MVHS students to win this prestigious scholarship over the past 40 years.  Joel

Meet Mountain View Boy’s Soccer new head coach Shaun Johnson

Mountain View High School is pleased to announce its new Boy’s Soccer Head Coach Shaun Johnson. Coach Johnson lives within the MVHS boundaries and has been an assistant coach for the program since 2014, serving most recently as the JV Head Coach and a Varsity Assistant. He began coaching soccer in 2009 with various soccer

MVHS Summer Sports Camp Information

The Mountain View High School Athletic Department is pleased to announce it’s youth development camps for this summer. As more camps are announced, changes will be reflected here. Coaches and programs will be abiding by state, district, and school phased return guidelines to keep participants safe as we return from the Covid-19 quarantine. You can pay

Senior spotlight on Ben Johnson, soccer player

Mountain View High School celebrates Ben Johnson, a senior, and Varsity Soccer player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home match and senior recognition activity. Parents: Annie and Shaun Johnson Plans after high school: Freshman year of college at SVU or UVU, while interning at a physical therapy

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