The Stampede

Mustang Swimmers pose for a picture before a meet during the 2016 season. (Courtesy of Shannon David)

What happened to no cuts?

Nima Ashrafi, Staff Writer February 24, 2017

   With the swim season just underway, there is a new policy in town. For the first time ever, Monte Vista swim has introduced cuts for the Junior Varsity swimmers.     The reason for the cut...

And that's a wrap!

And that’s a wrap!

Mikayla Flores, Sports Editor November 9, 2016

    As the fall season comes to a close, MV students must say goodbye to their fall sports for this year. Football, water polo, cross country, tennis, and golf will not be forgotten.     Football...

The Cosmos are back for one last year

Grace Wensley, Editor-in-chief November 9, 2016

    After a three year hiatus, the Cosmos are back on the soccer field.     The majority of this recreational, no cut level Mustang soccer team’s players are seniors at Monte Vista. These...

Maggie Steffens poses with Megan Okazaki, Katrina Flores, Taylor Okazaki, and Isha Satoor after school in Mr. Powers' room.
(Courtesy of Megan Okazaki)

2-Time gold medalist and MV alumni takes a visit home

Heather No, Staff Writer October 24, 2016

     On September 13th, the incredible, two-time Olympic gold-medalist, Monte Vista Alumni Maggie Steffens was in town.      Students often find it strange to think that Steffens, who was...

Bruce with principal Dr. Kevin Ahern and athletic director Mr. Andy Popper.

Connor Bruce: Sports Illustrated High School Athlete of the Month

Chris Polo, Staff Writer June 7, 2016

    Athletes are mostly known for their athletic abilities. They can throw a football farther than others, they have the best jumpshot in town, or they have a lot of pop in their swing. Though for...

Steph Curry? Is that you?

Steph Curry? Is that you?

Katie Kim, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

    This past November, reigning NBA MVP and Warriors’ star Steph Curry purchased a house in Walnut Creek for $3.2 million, creating quite a bit of buzz among the local crowd.     Don’t...

A champion’s homecoming

Chris Polo, Staff Writer December 18, 2015

    From Monte Vista High School to the NBA, Bob Myers has gone full circle back to where it all began.     On October 16, 2015 Monte Vista High School held its homecoming rally. A rally which...

The record breakers

Sam O'Connell, Staff Writer December 16, 2015

The Monte Vista Varsity Volleyball team was able to break school history by winning Northern California Semifinals and tying for third overall in the state.     The Mustangs played in the Northern...

MV comeback

MV comeback

Aaron Sanghera , Staff Writer November 18, 2015

    The upcoming football game against Pittsburg has everyone excited, especially after a convincing win against San Ramon.     Although the team strived in the game, their struggles with...

October 22, 2015

  After training for numerous years, through hard work, John-Austin Ricks’ "dream since middle school" was achieved. On July 11th of this year, Ricks verbally committed to Syracuse University...

Keeping Women’s Concussions in Mind

Keeping Women’s Concussions in Mind

Abby Vogeley, Staff Writer May 15, 2015

Although the number of concussions in football, and other men’s sports, are serious and deserve attention, there are other athletes that do not receive nearly enough attention for the number of head...

Pushing through to the playoffs

Pushing through to the playoffs

Katrina Flores , Staff Writer March 26, 2015

  Monte Vista basketball fans may be sad that the winter sports season is over, but luckily our season got to extend just a little bit longer. It has been an exciting year for both women and...

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