Red Devil Baseball travels to Maple Mountain

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photos by Jeff Porcaro © maplemountainsports.com

On Thursday, April 19, Springville High's Red Devil varisty baseball team traveled to local rival Maple Mountain to face off in region play.  The victory went to the Golden Eagles, 12-2.

Go Back for Murder, Student Produced Drama Play

Attributions: 
photos by Colin Coughanour, SHS News

"Back for Murder" presented in the SHS Little Theater from April 12 - 14 and was a 100% student produced drama play directed by Maddie Fowler.  Special thanks to Nikki Powell (photos), Josh Gooch (poster design), and Lilly Sentz (painting).  The following students volunteered as "techies":  Paris Boorman, McKenna Anderton, Tori Pucket, Bethany Nunn, Savannah Thomas, Kaytlin Green, Kya Burrant, Emily Donahue, and Hannah Fowler.  A huge thanks to to Mr. Cragun, producer and drama teacher.

Red Devil Boys Soccer traveled to Golden Eagle Territory

Attributions: 
photos by Jeff Porcaro © maplemountainsports.com

On Tuesday, April 10, Springville High's boys soccer team traveled to local rival Maple Mountain ending in a Golden Eagle victory, 3-1.  Red Devil Steven Goodrich scored a single goal in the loss.

photos by Mark Spencer

Nebo Invite held at Maple Mountain High

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photos by Jeff Porcaro © maplemountainsports.com

On March 30, Springville High's Red Devil track team traveled to local Maple Mountain to participate in the Nebo Invitational.  Red Devil Sean Holloway placed 1st in the 200m and 3rd in the 100m.

Mock Disaster at Springville High

Attributions: 
by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

A vast mock disaster was conducted this afternoon, April 10, at Springville High coordinated by many local law enforcement agencies, fire and rescue, and SHS administration.

Students were able to view a mock DUI head-on collision with two fatalities and three severe injury casualties.  Springville High students participated as actors in the mock disaster.  A University of Utah Air-Med helicopter arrived on the scene to take the most injured patient to care.

Over fifty professional rescue personnel assisted with the mock disaster in an effort to impress upon students the grave responsibility one takes when driving including the accountability to drive without distraction and without the influence of illegal substances.  The hope is to have students realize that their actions and decisions when driving not only impacts themselves but their families and friends.

The mock disaster concluded in the auditorium with an emotional mock funeral for the two deceased victims in the crash.  Finally, teachers followed-up with a “debrief” and discussion with their students during fourth hour about what they witnessed today and asked some of the following questions:  What are your thoughts about what you saw today in the assembly? Why do you think this happens?  What can you do to help prevent this type of accident from happening? How are you feeling after attending the assembly?

Mrs. White’s school news class discussed that they were impressed that so many emergency service personnel gave and will continue to give 110% of their efforts to save individuals who are total strangers to them regardless of who is at fault in an accident.  Students also discussed that although emergency services would prefer to have little or no emergencies, they are so well-prepared and trained that they can immediately jump into any emergency situation even at the risk of their own life to save another.

Fox 13 News was on the scene reporting on the mock disaster. 

Many thanks to the following agencies for their massive effort and professional manner in which they demonstrated to the students how law enforcement, fire, rescue, teachers, staff, and administrators care to give students information and experiences that will help keep them safe.

Participating Agencies:
Utah County Sherriff’s Department and Dispatch
Utah Highway Patrol
Springville City Police and Fire Department
Springville City Ambulance and EMS Services
University of Utah Air-Med
Springville High Administration

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