The Stampede

  • January 15Men's Soccer: MV-3 Granada-0

  • January 15Women's Basketball: MV-53 Doughtery Valley-43

  • January 15Women's Soccer: MV-3 Granada-0

  • January 15Men's Basketball: MV-66 Doughtery Valley-55

  • January 11Men's Basketball- MV-67 Amador Valley-48

Cheerleaders aren’t the only ones cheering at MV

Cheerleaders aren’t the only ones cheering at MV

January 15, 2019

Like every cliché high school movie ever made, cheerleaders accompany football games. In addition...

Varsity sports: rise or decline?

Mason Hanshaw, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Filed under Sports

Is varsity sports losing its importance? According to Monte Vista women’s Lacrosse JV coach Melissa Trisko, the competition is higher than it’s ever been before. “As coach I can see the level at which the girls play today, and the quality of play in the whole Bay Area has skyrocketed,” Trisko said, “I would...

Cristiano Ronaldo: A sexual assault allegation story

Cristiano Ronaldo: A sexual assault allegation story

November 13, 2018

A professional soccer player, a father, and a man who’s salary consists of 30 million EU every year. Wh...

The Rivalry Adds a New Chapter

The Rivalry Adds a New Chapter

November 13, 2018

One of the most historic high school football rivalries in all of the Bay Area resumed last month,...

Buses are becoming a specialty…

Buses are becoming a specialty…

Ava Hunt, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

At Monte Vista, there is a variety of sports, but only some are given the privilege of buses. While c...

Piona retires, Miramonte coach takes over varsity baseball

Piona retires, Miramonte coach takes over varsity baseball

Mason Hanshaw, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Filed under Sports

A long standing Monte Vista baseball coach stepped down this past year, and retired. His retirement giv...

Freshmen pass, set and kill it on the varsity team

Freshmen pass, set and kill it on the varsity team

Seta Salkhi, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

   In each of the past two years, only one freshman has made varsity volleyball. 2018, however, has ...

From Mustang to Super Bowl champ

Chris Polo, Senior Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

Filed under Sports

It was the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl and the Philadelphia Eagles had the ball in a game where they were considered major underdogs. Next, Monte Vista alumni, Zach Ertz, scored on a wild touchdown play, that resulted in Philadelphia ending the underdog story. Ever since the Eagle’s starting quarterback, Carson Wentz,...

Women’s Tennis balls out over new coach

Austin Jeha, Staff Writer

January 13, 2018

Filed under Sports

    A new coach is armed with racket and ready to take over the Monte Vista women's tennis team.     After former varsity coach, Patty Gross, stepped down from her position to take a year to travel, Mark Racioppo a former MV women's JV tennis coach, has stepped up to the court.     Racioppo was offered t...

MV’s less popular sports

MV’s less popular sports

May 4, 2017

    The whole school comes together in rallies for football and basketball, and the stands at M...

Terrell No-wens?

Terrell No-wens?

Chris Polo, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017

Filed under Sports

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2017 was announced the night before Super Bowl 51 dur...

What happened to no cuts?

What happened to no cuts?

February 24, 2017

   With the swim season just underway, there is a new policy in town. For the first time ever, Monte ...

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