Canyon Echoes

Did Trump’s Tweet Make it Easier for NFL Players to Kneel?

Did Trump’s Tweet Make it Easier for NFL Players to Kneel?

Sharanya Karanam

November 2, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

Football Players taking a knee during the national anthem has been a great debate topic for a very long time. Some people say that as a freedom and it is okay for the NFL players to kneel. Others like President Trump doesn't think that anyone should kneel for the patriotism of the country and that it...

Canyon Vista Football Game vs Walsh

Canyon Vista Football Game vs Walsh

Andrew Bailey, Sports Writer

October 25, 2017


Filed under Campus News, Showcase, Sports

  On Tuesday, Oct.17, our 8th grade football teams faced off against a fierce competitive rival here at Canyon. But how did our upperclassmen fair against the green and gold of Walsh? At 5:30, the Blue team game kicked off. Four plays later, the home team was up 6-0, having scored on a long...

Inside Volleyball: Photography

Inside Volleyball: Photography

Lucy Wassmuth, Reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under Community News, People, Showcase, Sports

I went to Pearson Ranch Middle School to see what the 7th grade volleyball girls were up to, and I got a few pictures.  

Cross Country

Cross Country

Rachel Iyer, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under Clubs, Showcase, Sports, Wellness

Cross Country is a club in which students focus on long distance running. They usually have meetings once a week, the race length always being two miles. It  may seem like a lot, but don't worry, they train you for it. Cross Country is about stamina and teamwork, and I recommend it to anyone who ...

Nadal Wins the Cup Yet Again, in a Historic US Open Final 2017

Nadal Wins the Cup Yet Again, in a Historic US Open Final 2017

Vishnu Sreenivasan, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under People, Sports, World News

The king of clay also known as Rafa or Rafael Nadal won the US open for men’s singles for 3rd time and returns to the #1 status yet again. The United States Open Tennis Championship is a modern version of The US national championship from 1881. His uncles Miguel, and Toni Ángel were both professional sports...

Girls Athletics vs. Boys Athletics (7th)

Girls Athletics vs. Boys Athletics (7th)

Lucy Wassmuth, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Wellness

Girls Athletics. We've all heard of it, but not all of us have been through it. 7th Grade Girls Athletics is tough, I must say. Running at least a mile every week, lifting 45 lbs, and doing burpees until you can't feel your legs. But really, it's not too bad once you get used to it. But, what makes me...

Basketball: America’s New #1 Sport

Basketball: America’s New #1 Sport

Andrew Bailey, Sports Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under Sports, Wellness

There is no sport more American than baseball, or more exemplary of the American spirit than football. But through all of these American pastimes that created legends and left legacies in our great nation, there is one sport right now that the country is obsessed with: Basketball. Basketball culture...

Canyon Vista Home Opener vs. CD Fulkes

Canyon Vista Home Opener vs. CD Fulkes

Andrew Bailey, Sports Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Campus News, Sports

On Sept.12, our 8th Grade Mustang football teams played our first football game against CD Fulkes at home. Both teams came back one year older, one year stronger, and one year more experienced and confident on the football field. And after a strong three-week preseason training camp, the Red and Blue...

UT vs. USC: the Rematch

UT vs. USC: the Rematch

Andrew Bailey, Sports Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Events, Showcase, Sports, Wellness

On Jan.4, 2006, Vince Young's University of Texas and the Reggie Bush-led USC competes in what is regarded as one of the greatest games in college football history: the 2006 Rose Bowl. The result? 41-38, Texas. It was UT's first-ever win against the program from Southern California, and won them the...

Seventh Grade Red Team Defeats C.D. Fulkes

Seventh Grade Red Team Defeats C.D. Fulkes

Lucy Wassmuth, Reporter

September 20, 2017


Filed under Campus News, Sports

Mustangs: 24  Lizards: 0 After the win from the new 7th grade B team this past Monday, A team destroyed the C.D. Fulkes Lizards with a lead of 24. Touchdowns by #12, Luke Hagen and #22, Chase Griffin. The first quarter started slow. But corner back, Seth Windell had many great tackles that had the ...

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

Andrew Bailey, Sports Writer

September 20, 2017


Filed under Just For Fun, Opinion, Showcase, Sports, Wellness, World News

Starting this weekend, the greatest league in the world will return for its 52nd go-around. The NFL is back, baby! Here's my predictions for all 32 NFL teams: Arizona Cardinals: No offensive players make the Pro Bowl Arizona ever really had 3 opportunities for a Pro Bowler on offense: David Johnson, L...

Editorial: Athletics at CVMS

Editorial: Athletics at CVMS

Amber Xiao, Reporter

September 12, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Wellness

"Lady Mustangs!" The cry could be heard from a mile away as girls athletics finish their functional fitness workout. Athletics at Canyon Vista Middle School is known by all the students to be physically challenging for anybody who joins. For girls, Lady Mustang Athletics is for the "sporty" people,...