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     a Since the opening of Mandarin Middle School in 1990 our Athletic teams have succeeded on the field as well as in the classrooms averaging over a 3.0 GPA. Our Athletic Director Coach R. Shmunes has carried on the tradition and success that was passed on to him by his predecessors  Coach P. Ferreira and Coach G. Fennell. Under their guidance and tutelage we have won 161 titles and counting.  GO HAWKS!!!!!
     
     

    2018-19 Girls Track

                                                                                               City Champions

    2018-19 Girls Track City Champs

     

    2018-19 Boys Track

                                                                                                   City Champions

    2018-19 Boys Track City Champs  

     

    2018-19 Boy Soccer

                                                                                                   City Champions

                                                                                                                                       2018-19 Boys Soccer City Champs

     

    2018-19 MVP Adis Mesic with Coach M. Johnson

    Adis Mesic w/ MJ

     

     

    2018-19 Volleyball 

    City Champions

     

    2018-19 Volleyball City Champs

     

    2018-19  MVP Alani Salas-Garcia

    2018-19 Volleyball MVP Alani Salas-Garcia

     

    2017-18 Girls Track

                                                                                                                                   City Champion 


    Girls Track 2017-18

     

    2017-18 Basketball 

    Girls City Runner-up

      2017-18 Girls Bball

     
    Boys Basketball
    4th Place in City
     
    2017-18 4th place city Boys BBall
     
     
    Volleyball 
    2017-18 City Champions
    2017-18 Volleyball City Champs
     
    THE MANDARIN MIDDLE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM WON THE 2017 SOUTHERN DIVISION AND CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS UNDEFEATED WITH A 14-0 RECORD.  THIS IS THE FOURTH YEAR IN A ROW THAT OUR GIRLS TEAM HAVE REACHED THE CITY FINALS AND THE THIRD TIME AND SECOND IN A ROW THAT THEY HAVE WON.  THE TEAM WAS LEAD BY TAYLOR BOYD AND ELLIE JACKSON WHO WERE BOTH THREE YEAR STARTERS AND ELECTED MVP'S BY THEIR TEAMMATES.  OTHER STARTERS AND MVP'S TO THE SCHOOL WERE EMMA DAILEY, KLOE PINTO, ALANI SALAS-GARCIA AND MIA WATSON.  ROUNDING OUT THIS YEARS TEAM WERE 8TH GRADERS MONTANA AND MADISON HUNT.  7TH GRADERS McKENZIE HARRELL AND MIA WATSON.  6TH GRADERS AMBER BISHOP, ERIN DAILEY, KYLIE SPRAGGINS AND MADISON SWAIM.   THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT WITH SEVEN UNDERCLASSMEN RETURNING.  WE SAY GOODBYE TO THE DREAM TEAM AND APPRECIATE ALL THEIR HARD WORK AND WISH THEM GREAT HIGH SCHOOL CAREERS.
     
    Head Coach: Mike Kraatz
    Assist Coach: Kelly Tabor
     
    MVP Volleyball 2017-18 Taylor Boyd
    2017-18 Volleyball MVP
     
     
     

    Girls Track
    2016-17 City Champions 

    2016-17 City Champs G track
     

     By winning their Division Championship last year, and being the runner-up at the City Championship, the Girls Track Team felt that they came up short of their ultimate goal. This year the team came back with a vengeance. The team won their first City Championship ever in Track and Field. The team was led by co-MVP Terren Peterson who won the 400 Meter dash, placed 2nd in the 200 Meter dash, and 3rd in the 100 Meter dash. Other top performances came from Damoni Kelly who won the Shot Put; Aliyah Robertson, 2nd in the Shot Put; Ari Lopez, 2nd in the 400 Meter dash; Lakayla Lucce, 5th in the 100 Meter dash; and Ashley Sneed who tied for 7th in the High Jump. Relay contributors were Lopez, Sydney Crosby, Taylor Ross, and Yamiyah Israel-Rice in the 2nd place 4x400 Meter Relay; Lauren Wessling, Lucce, Courtney Mosly, and Anara Peterson in the 4X200 Meter Relay, which placed 6th; and the 4X100 Meter Relay team of Wessling, Lucce, Mosley, and Kaja Jackson which placed 5th. Congratulations girls!

    Head Coach: Alan Coles
    Assist. Coach : Mattie Davis
     

     
    2016-17 City Champions
    2016-17 Volleyball City Champs

    The Mandarin Middle Girls Volleyball team completed the 2016 season with a 13-1 record and won both the Southern Division and CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS.  This is the 3rd year in a row that the team has won the Southern Division Championship and the 2nd City Championship in three years.  The team was lead by MVP’s Taylor Boyd and Ellie Jackson both two year starters.  Other starters included Izzie Valez, Sara Maldosevic, Brenda Nocetti and Emma Daily.  Rounding out the team were 8th graders McKayla Rios, Amari Blake and Kelsey Johnson.  7th Graders included Montana and Madison Hunt and Kloe Pinto.  6th graders Alani Salas-Garcia and McKenzie Harrell rounded out the team.  The 2017 looks to have a bright future with 5 or 6 of this years starters being 6th and 7th graders.  Good grades and 14 girls all working together helped make this years team WINNERS both on the court and in school.

    Head Coach:  Mike Kraatz

    Assist Coach:  Kelly Hurley (Tabor)

    Baseball
    2015-16 City Champions
     
    baseball 2015-16 champs
    THE MANDARIN MIDDLE BASEBALL TEAM JUST FINISHED THE 2016 BASEBALL SEASON AT 14-0 AND WON BOTH THE CITY AND SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

    THIS YEARS TEAM WAS TRULY A TEAM EFFORT WITH ALL 14 PLAYERS CONTRIBUTING WITH EITHER THE BAT OR THE GLOVE IN THE FIELD.  THE TEAM GAVE UP ONLY 12 RUNS IN 14 GAMES BUT SCORED 159.  TWO YEAR PLAYERS INCLUDE TY JACKSON, JACKSON DURANT, AYDEN SCIANDRA, CHRIS DOUGLAS, RYAN ONKST, ANTHONY TAYLOR AND DALTON HOLLAND.  OTHER 8TH GRADERS CONTRIBUTING WERE BROTHERS KAYDEN AND CHRISTIAN HULLICK, AND GAVIN ADAMS.  SEVENTH GRADERS TYLER GRAVES, CAMERON BROWN AND KAYDEN HARRIS CONTRIBUTED AND HAVE BRIGHT FUTURES ALONG WITH 6TH GRADER ANDREW RYAN.  THIS WAS A TEAM WHO TRULY GOT ALONG, PLAYED TOGETHER AND CARED.

    Head Coach - M. Kraatz
    Assistant Coach  - E. Nelson
     
    Softball
     2015-16 City Champions
     
     2015-16 softball champs
     
    Mandarin Middle's Softball team just completed one of its most successful seasons in school history, going 14-0 and winning the city championship. The team was led by the pitching of Ashley Wiebenga, and Anastasia Suhetskis. Defensively, the team only gave up four runs all season. Offensively, Kayleigh Williams led the way with two home runs. Many of their other hitters hit well over .400 on the season, including Williams, Brianna Arsenault, Wiebenga, Alexis Frazier, Cassie Bailey, Karley Maron, Merissa Cassanova and Eleanor King. Rounding out the team, Emily Hedrick, Sophia Davis, and Montana Hunt played strong contributions in utility roles. Peyton Wolf and Alexis Sears both began the season strong, but were shut down by injury right before the halfway mark.
     
    Head Coach -  J. Kern
    Assistant Coach - L. Bishop    
                    
     
      
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