Mt Vernon High School - Mt. Vernon Boys Varsity Tennis

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

rss_feed Latest News

Mt. Vernon Fall Sports Schedule

School has started and so has our sporting events.  There is a PDF of the schedule you can print by clicking below. Fall Sports Schedule 2017

What is a Leader?

This post was provided by the Coaches Toolbox, a collection of free resources for coaches of all sports. This information was taken from Ryan Renquist’s “The Notebook of Champions” Building Success One Victory at a Time (Sixth Edition).   {As we are rapidly approaching the 2017 Fall Sport Season, as a student-athlete it is time to

MV Tumblers – Support Track & Field and Cross Country

The Track & Field and Cross Country teams are selling tumblers to show off MVHS School Pride!  These tumblers come in 16, 20, 24 & 30 ounce sizes with prices of $16, $20 and $25.  These teams are working toward upgrading our MV tent as well as purchase a “portable – folding team bench” to

IMPACT Testing for Frosh & Junior Student-Athletes at MVHS!

  Dear Parent/Guardian, Mt. Vernon High School will be performing ImPACT (Immediate Post Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) concussion testing this spring for all enrolled Freshman and Junior student athletes. ImPACT is a computerized exam which is currently being utilized by many professional, collegiate, and high school sports programs throughout the country. The exam is

Are You a “Top 2 Percenter?” – Brendon Burchard

I’ve {Brendon Burchard} been blessed to work with Olympians, billionaires, media moguls, celebrities, and every day people from all walks of life seeking a better life. You know what I’ve learned: Those who succeed and those who perpetually struggle THINK soooo differently. For example, When it’s easy to stop momentum by making the excuse, “I

WHAT MAKES A GREAT TEAMMATE?

WHAT MAKES A GREAT TEAMMATE? by Mike Klinzing 01.11.2017 {This article was specifically written for basketball, but it is applicable to ALL sports. Simply take out “basketball” and replace with “your sport”  .  Please read and share as it is too important not to.} Not every basketball player has been blessed with great talent, but

Injury Rates Higher for Athletes Who Specialize in One Sport

Injury Rates Higher for Athletes Who Specialize in One Sport By Bruce Howard on December 20, 2016 hst Share The issue of whether high school student-athletes should specialize in one sport or play multiple sports continues to be debated across the country. How prevalent is the practice of specialization and what are the potential drawbacks

9 Things Good Sports Parents Do NOT Do

{Since 2017 is just around the corner, it is a good time to reflect and perhaps make a New Year’s Resolution worth keeping.  Alex Flanagan shares “9 Things Good Sports Parents Do NOT Do.”  It’s worth a read even if only to affirm what you are doing as a parent is in the best interest

The Hidden Things Coaches Look For When Recruiting an Athlete

Ohio State assistant and running backs coach Tony Alford has a reputation for being one of the best recruiters in college football. Twenty-plus years of coaching experience has given him a knack for identifying and evaluating potential. Alford knew Cowboys rookie sensation Ezekiel Elliot had the intangibles to become a huge success after he first