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The MV Current

The MV Current

How Choir Seniors are Handling the Year Cancelled

How Choir Seniors are Spending Their Time

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

May 13, 2020

The cancellation of the rest of the school year has been a lot to take in for the music department. Events such as ISSMA, a cappella showcase, Spring Sing, and a few smaller events have all been cancelled. Although there is nothing that can be done, it still was such a sudden shock. With a loss like ...

Baseball Seniors Reacting to Their Season Cancelled

How Baseball Seniors are Spending Their Time

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

May 7, 2020

There are many seasons and events being cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The MV baseball season is one of them. The season was looking bright for this new team. They had a fresh start with new head coach Brad King. The team seemed to have a new energy about themselves. There were talented seniors and...

Spring Sing Cancelled

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Writer

April 23, 2020

The coronavirus has put a damper on many opportunities that only come at the end of the school year. The Spring Sing concert thrown by the choir department is one of them. The tradition of Spring Sing has been a major reason seniors look forward to their senior year of choir. It’s a concert complet...

Football Players Staying in Shape

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

April 16, 2020

With everyone having to stay inside during this quarantine, working out can sometimes be the last thing on people's minds. For MV football players, they must stay in shape so they will be ready for next season.  “The biggest challenge with working out from home is staying motivated,” said Joe...

Jarrard Brothers: More Than a Game

Jarrard Brothers

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

March 13, 2020

Basketball is way more than a game for many. It is a way to stay in shape, connect with people on a deeper level, and much more. For the Jarrard brothers, it is beyond a game. Both of them have been playing the game of basketball for about five years. “It’s a blessing to be able to play basketball together on t...

Regular Season Basketball Nearing End

MV Varsity Basketball

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

March 6, 2020

The Varsity basketball regular season is nearing an end, which means many things to many different people. For some players, it is the last season of high school ball. For head coach Ben Rhoades, it is his 2nd season as the head coach. As MV approaches the postseason, the team now looks to reflect o...

Football in College: How to Make the Transition

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

February 20, 2020

Making the transition from high school football to college football is more than just another step of the game. College football is a different level of competition, physicality, and mentality. It is a whole different level, and sometimes it can be overwhelming. “It’s very hard getting used to the heig...

Kobe Bryant Death

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Sports Writer

February 12, 2020

There are not many words that can describe the absolute shock the sports world had following the tragic death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant. Kobe, his daughter Gianna, and seven other victims were killed in a helicopter crash on January 26th, 2020. Kobe Bryant was 41 and his daughter Gianna was just 13. ...

Yeti vs. Hydroflask

Emerson Bridgewater, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

There are many metal water bottle brands out there, but currently, Yeti and Hydroflask have taken over most of the market. They continue to evolve in their products and sales have shown the popularity of their products.  Yeti has been popular a little longer than HydroFlask. They have a sleek de...

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