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Santa Cruz Sentinel, 5/3/2013, "Mount Madonna to Play Pacific Collegiate." Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/sports/ci_23162534/local-roundup-mount-...
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 4/23/2013, "SCCAL Boys Volleyball: Mount Madonna tops Soquel; Hawks in position to clinch second straight regular-season title," story by Julie Jag, photos by Shmuel Thaler. Read more
Register-Pajaronian, 4/20/2013, "Jake Getz has career-high 37 kills in win over Aptos," photos and story by Tony Nunez. Download this story (Adobe PDF)
UPDATE - * game cancelled* Watch for updates. An exhibition match at the Hawks' Nest may be scheduled.
Calling all Hawks' fans!
The third and final game of Mount Madonna's high school boys inaugural basketball season is this Friday, February 1. Come on out and support the team!
San Lorenzo Valley (SLV) High School will host the game, which begins at 5:30pm.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 12/12/12, "Mt. Madonna wins CCS scholastic title." Read more: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/aptos/ci_22174071/mount-madonna-girls-v...
Mount Madonna School’s girls varsity volleyball team has received the Central Coast Section (CCS) highest academic honor by the CIF: “2012-13 Fall Season Scholastic Championship Team Award.”
Mount Madonna School's (MMS) girls volleyball program includes an elementary school team (Gold) and middle school team (Blue) – both of which compete in the Silicon Valley Athletic League (SVAL). Their season concluded November 6, and both teams experienced much growth and skill development.
At Thursday's SCCAL Cross Country Finals he qualified for the Central Coast Section (CCS) competition. This is a milestone for MMS: Daniel is our first athlete to compete in Cross Country at the CCS level.
The CCS championship meet will be held on Saturday November 10 at Toro Park in Salinas.
Amid rousing applause and cheers from dozens of Hawks fans, Mount Madonna School’s girls junior varsity (JV) and varsity volleyball teams concluded their regular season play on October 25. The evening held additional significance: it was the last home match, and included time set aside to honor the contributions by the varsity senior players, setter Aimee Hopkins and middle Sanika Lakka.
CIF / Central Coast Section: Pursuing Victory with Honor
Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship