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Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/10/2016, Local Roundup:
At Mount Madonna 3, Scotts Valley 0 >> Mount Madonna stayed undefeated in SCCAL play with a 25-11, 25-7, 25-16 home win.
Scotts Valley (1-3) next plays at Santa Cruz on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
The Hawks (7-0, 3-0) play at Soquel at the same time.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/8/2016, Local Roundup:
Mount Madonna 3, at SLV 0 >> Middle blocker Holden Smith had 13 kills, setter Luca Peruzzi had 24 assists and four aces and the Hawks rolled in their SCCAL match.
Freshman libero John Dias had 12 digs for the Hawks (6-0, 2-0), who host Scotts Valley on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/4/2016, Local Roundup:
Mount Madonna 3, Christopher 0; Holden Smith recorded 14 kills and three blocks, and Mount Madonna swept Christopher, 25-17, 25-20, 25-15, in nonleague play.
Ethan Harrington provided five kills for the Hawks (5-0), which will visit SLV on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Freshman setter Luca Peruzzi had 29 assists.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/3/2016, Local Roundup:
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/01/2016, Local Roundup:
Mount Madonna 3, Harbor 0; Senior middle blocker Holden Smith had nine kills and three blocks and the Hawks beat the Pirates in their SCCAL opener.
Sophomore outside hitter Brigg Busenhart added 14 kills for the Hawks (3-0, 1-0), who host Monterey on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. They play at Christopher on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Santa Cruz Sentinel, 2/23/2016, Local Roundup:
Mount Madonna 3, Salinas 0; Brigg Busenhart hit 16 kills as Mount Madonna opened its season with a home sweep, 25-20 25-14 25-13.
Zack Clark and Nate Vince each added eight kills and setter Luca Peruzzi dished out 38 assists. The Hawks (1-0) next play Thursday at Pajaro Valley at 6:30 p.m.
Name, age, grade, city of residence
Holden Smith, 17, senior, Corralitos
What inspires you?
I am constantly inspired by the natural world that surrounds me. To me, the mountains and oceans are a source of wonder.
What is your favorite subject in school, and why?
When I realized as a child that books are not merely sovereign entities and that instead they are painstakingly crafted by real people, literature became even more fascinating to me. We can create entire worlds in our minds and communicate stories through language to ignite the imaginations and evoke emotions in readers whom we may never meet. That’s incredible!
Dear MMS Community,
We are pleased to announce the selection of Shannon Kelly as our new high school director for the 2016-17 school year. Shannon is an MMS alumna ('92) as well as the parent of three daughters, Zoe ('15), Indigo (10th) and Cecily (5th) and will bring great intelligence, vision and integrity to the position.
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Mar 14, 2016