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The Student News Site of Oakmont High School

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The Student News Site of Oakmont High School

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Matty Hauth

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor

Matty Hauth is a Senior and second-year journalism student. As Matty aims to have a career in electronic journalism, the class is an exciting opportunity for fostering abilities and potential for a flourishing career. One passion of Matty's is baseball, watching every Yankees game possible live, and even going to one in Oakland earlier this year. Overall, Matty's an ambitious learner who hopes to be successful in journalism both within and outside of Oakmont’s campus.

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Seniors officially received their theme announcement of Enchanted Forest on Tuesday, March 31.

Got Senior Ball plans?

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
May 26, 2023
Junior Prom took place in the Oakmont cafeteria, which was decorated to fit the Tangled theme.

Junior Prom

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
April 10, 2023
As the Marlins say goodbye to another down year, hopes are set for 2023.

MLB Year in Review: Miami Marlins

Matty Hauth, Staff Writer
October 31, 2022
The Texas Rangers continue to disappoint under the bright lights of Globe Life Field.

MLB Year in Review: Texas Rangers

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
October 26, 2022
Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912.

MLB Year in Review: Boston Red Sox

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
September 28, 2022
Starter Jon Gray pitching for his former club, the Colorado Rockies.

MLB Year in Review: Colorado Rockies

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
September 15, 2022
Seniors Mia Hirsch and Peyton Fisher
stand proudly with their medals.

Oakmont Runs for Gold and Glory

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
November 4, 2021
Maroon 5’s cover art for their June 2021 studio album, “Jordi.”

Review of Maroon 5’s “Jordi”

Matty Hauth, Copy Editor
September 28, 2021
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