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Congratulations to all of our fall athletes for their hard work, dedication, and honorable sportsmanship this semester! 
We are proud of Miner athletes for always prioritizing their academics. See the list of Fall 2021 Academic State Team Champions. Multiple Manogue teams are highlighted for maintaining excellent grades.
Check out the Individual Post-Season Awards for athletic and academic achievements.
Featured Athletes
Marshaun Brown was featured in Nevada Sports Net as a special player to watch. Coach Howren says “The cool thing about Marshaun is you're not gonna find a nicer kid than him.” We are happy to have Marshaun in our school community! Click on his photo to read the article.
Luke Metzker was also featured in Nevada Sports Net for his perseverance and warm heart after enduring tragedy. We are proud of Luke for his bravery, strength, and spirit. Click on his photo below to watch his interview with Nevada Sports Net.
Nevada Sports Awards
These Miner athletes were nominated for national recognition in the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards!
Cort Ballinger was nominated for offensive football, Tori Harper for girls volleyball, and Masato Kato for boys tennis.
Congratulations to volleyball for winning the Northern 5A Regional Title!
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Girls golf won the 5A Northern Regional Championship! Senior, Audrey Brust set the women's course record at Sierra Sage with a 67. She now holds the course record at both Sierra Sage and Montreux.

Boys Tennis took the Regional Title!
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Masato Kato took second in boys singles at State in Las Vegas! He was also the Northern Regional Singles champ! His teammate, Ethan Vicks, is the Northern Regional Singles runner-up. Audrey Priest is the first place champion for singles as well! West Hall and Eric Albregts placed second in doubles for the boys, and Jacey and Jordan Wynn placed second in doubles for the girls.

Sophomore, Amaya Aramini won the Regional Cross Country meet with a time of 19:29!
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Our Miners had a great showing at the JV Cross Country Championships! The boys team took first place with Tim Davis finishing in first, Joseph Eidem finishing second, and Tim Meyer in third. The girls team took second with Ava Luczkow finishing first and Olivia Reid in second. 

Joey Dianda is the Nevada State Sporting Clay Junior Champion! He also won in the 5-Stand Junior Event, the 20 Gauge, 410 Bore, and Super Sporting Events. Earlier in the year he competed in Ohio and took the Ohio State Sporting Clay Junior Championship as well.
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On November 17, the following athletes committed to play for their chosen colleges and universities. 


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