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Mammoth Booster Club Christmas Tree Sale


submitted by the Mammoth High School Booster Club

Magnificent Christmas Trees from Oregon and Washington are now on sale in the MHS Booster Christmas Tree Lot at Vons (Minaret Village Mall).

This is the major Mammoth High School Booster fundraiser for the season so please consider supporting a local and worthy cause. Proceeds benefit the College Book Awards, MHS Sport Teams, ASB/NHS, Fishing, Drama and Band clubs, teacher special projects and requests, teacher appreciation luncheons, assembles and the new gym floor capital campaign.

Douglas, Noble and Grand Firs are for sale ranging in size from 4-9 feet, starting from as low as $50. Wooden tree stands and Christmas Tree lights will also be available for sale at the lot. Cash, checks, credit cards accepted.

Hours… (weather permitting)
Saturday & Sunday                            11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday                                   3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

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Mammoth Volleyball playoff run ends

Mammoth High School Volleyball falls to Summit

submitted by coach John Morris

The Mammoth Huskies girls volleyball team’s 2015 playoff run ended last Saturday with a heart breaking 5 set loss to Summit High School Skyhawks in the CIF-SS 4A quarter finals.

The Huskies traveled to Katella (Anaheim) on Thursday where they defeated the 9th ranked Knights in straight sets 25-18, 25-12, 25-16 in the second round of the playoffs. Taylor Sanders had 11 kills, Callie Mowat added 6 kills and 8 blocks, Kira Shultz had 4 aces and 11 digs, and McKenna Smith had 20 assists.

Mammoth then hosted Summit on Saturday night in front of a frenzied crowd at Mammoth High School. The match was a tight see saw battle from the beginning with the Huskies winning the first set 28-26. The teams then traded sets with Summit winning the second 25-21 and Mammoth winning the third 25-18. With the Huskies on the verge of advancing, the Skyhawks made a big push to take the fourth set 25-17. Mammoth could not seem to get going in the final set losing 15-5.

For the match Kira Shultz had 11 digs,  3 kills, and 16 passes,  Caitlin Young had 13 passes and 5 digs, Hayley Moss had 2 aces, 11 passes and 10 digs, McKenna Smith had 39 assists, Taylor Sanders had 19 kills, 9 digs and 5 blocks, Callie Mowat had 14 kills, 12 blocks and 8 digs, and Tatum Sandvigen had 2 kills, 8 blocks and 2 digs.

The Huskies end their season with an overall record of 26-10.

Coaches Comments:
“Our team had an absolutely memorable season. In general, the best team by far in my 4 years as head coach. It would be hard to describe how proud I am of these girls. They fought hard in all 36 matches this year. In the end we beat at team with 2400 kids (Katella) and lost to a team with 2700 (Summit), 10 times our size. David does not always win but we gave Goliath a good scare! I want to thanks my seniors Taylor Sanders, Kira Shultz, Callie Mowat and Tatum Sandvigen for many years of great play and leadership. May the 4 winds blow you safely home. ”

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Mammoth Honoring Coach Greene

Former Coach Regan Greene will be honored Friday

On Friday, October 9, the Mammoth Huskies Football Team takes on one of their league rivals, the Boron Bobcats, at Gault McClure Stadium.  In addition, the Huskies will recognize their longtime baseball coach, Regan Greene, for his years of contributions to the Mammoth Huskies and surrounding athletes and programs.


In 2014, Coach Greene was inducted into the CIF Southern Section Hall of Fame.  Mammoth High School is proud to retire Coach Greene’s jersey #6, and share appreciation for his service to their kids over his 25 years of coaching. The ceremony will take place during halftime of the Friday,  October 9th game vs. Boron.  Mammoth school officials encourage all who can, to attend this celebration of one of the finest Huskies we’ll ever know!

cover photo courtesy CIF Southern Section.  Coach Greene at the 2014 CIF hall of fame induction ceremony

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Mammoth Track and Field

Mammoth Track and Field

DML Track and Field Prelim results:

 Boys 1600m
Jacob Mahler 17th
Matt Weber  20th
Juan Villapando 21st

Boy 100m
Carson Bold 10th 
Juan Villapando  26th

Boys 200m
Juan Villapando had a good run with a time of 30.18

Advancing to DML Finals
Boys Long Jump-
Carson Bold   5th place  with a jump of 16’ 8.5”
Also running in the finals will be MHS boys 4 x 100m:Emmett Hugelman, Carson Bold, Jacob Mahler, Juan Villapando

On the girls side:  The following girls will be advancing to the DML Finals next week in the following events.
DML Prelim Results:

Girls Shot Put
Kylie LaFramboise 11th   with a throw of  20’ 4”

Girls 100m
Sophia Schuldt 3rd

Girls 300 Low Hurdles
Sophia Schuldt 3rd
Amanda Kirkeby 6th

Girls Long Jump
Amanda Kirkeby 8th    12’ – 11”
Girls High Jump
Amanda Kirkeby 8th   4’ – 4”
“The team did a great job, for what turned out to be a long hot day.  Running in 87 degree weather was a bit challenging for our kids, but everyone did great!We are looking forward to next week finals.” Rita Kirkeby, MHS Track and Field Coach

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