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Article from “I Love to Watch You Play” 3 THINGS NICK FOLES SAID THAT ALL SPORTS PARENTS NEED TO ADVOCATE: As a reporter for the NFL Network covering the Philadelphia Eagles, I spent much of the week leading up to Super Bowl LII listening to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles answer hundreds of questions. The

IHSAA Will Announce State Pairings on 2/11!

For the first time, the IHSAA will do a “bracket reveal” for the upcoming IHSAA State Wrestling Finals!  You can follow along here:  http://www.ihsaatv.com/  beginning at 3 pm CST.  

McGennis & Morgan to Represent MV Wrestling @ Semi-State!

By virtue of winning their first round matches this past Saturday, Juniors Luke McGennis and Nate Morgan advance to the IHSAA Semi-State Wrestling Meet to be held at The Center, downtown Evansville on Saturday, 2/10/18.   McGennis finished as the Regional Runner-Up (2nd place) while Morgan finished in 4th.  Both grapplers have good draws for

G-Swim to Advance to State Meet!

Following another exciting Sectional Championship Meet, the Mt. Vernon Girls’ Swim Team will be well represented at the State Meet this Friday in Indianapolis!  Pearl Muensterman finished 2nd in the 50 Free but qualified with a 23.77 which was below the state “cut” time propelling her to the championship this weekend.  Jamie won the 500

From Backup to MVP!

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-4-18) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Nick Foles went from backup quarterback to Super Bowl MVP by beating the favored New England Patriots this past weekend. However, what you might not know is that Foles, a six year jorneyman player, almost gave up the game

Spring Mulch Sale!

 With Spring right around the corner (hopefully), it is almost time to spruce up the landscaping. Let the MVHS Football and Baseball teams help you out.  We are having a mulch sale fundraiser in partnership with the Posey County Co-op. Bags of red, black, and cypress (light brown) mulch are being sold for $5 apiece.