Congratulations to our athletes for signing

Congratulations to the athletes for signing! #warriornation
Savanah- University of Kansas for rowing
RJ- University of Minnesota Duluth for football
Nathan- Garden City College for football
Mason- Bryant & Stratton College for golf

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Past Track Athletes , We Need Your Help!

We are looking for printouts of track meet results, newspaper articles, newspaper results, or coaches packets that were put together at the end of the season. Check out the links below to see all the results and documentation we have so far! 
 
Please send track results to:  Jerome.Missiaen@muskegonorway.org
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Coach Raney

Congratulations to Mike Jovanovich, boys coach at Neenah High School and Rich Raney, girls coach at Muskego High School. They have been selected as the USTFCCCA High School Cross Country Coaches of the Year for Wisconsin!! Click HERE to learn more! 

 

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New Mural at Muskego High School!

If you have stepped into Muskego High School within the past few months, you may notice something different. Inside the cafeteria, on the far wall next to the pool, you will see a new mural that hangs bright with vibrant colors. The two artists who designed and executed the mural sat down with us to share their inspiration and ideas for how this art piece came to be.  Melanie Davis is a current senior at Muskego High School who is looking to attend Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Georgia next year to pursue a career in illustration. The second student, Jonah Gibson, is currently a freshman at SCAD pursuing a career in animation and is a Muskego Alumni who drafted the project.

We asked Jonah what inspired him to create the mural and he told us, “I designed the mural to represent the extracurriculars and interests of the student body and to show the diversity of clubs and activities that help everyone feel included.” Muskego High School offers 25 different sports and 29 clubs to their student body. This is in hopes that every student can feel connected and be involved with something they are passionate about.

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