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photos by Maddie Burns, SHS News Photographer
Springville opened the game on a 16-4 run and as it steamed past Brighton on Thursday, December 10, finishing a huge home victory 58-42. Lydia Austin torched the floor for a game-high of 20 points with six 3-pointers and seven boards while Savannah Sumison added 16 points and collected nine boards to power the home team. Bengal’s Dani Barton's had 14 points in the loss.
by Jedidiah Barker, DECA Officer
This December Springville High’s DECA club organized a “Santa letters” service project. DECA students visited elementary schools in Springville and decided to be Santa’s Elves. This was a good way to get all the SHS clubs involved; DECA reached out to every elementary school in Springville and the response was astonishing. The club ended up with over 800 letters to respond to so DECA club members had to act fast.
DECA opened this opportunity for service to all clubs at Springville High. Everyone who wanted to participate had the chance to discover their fun side with writing to children--telling them things about how nice they have been and that the North Pole was very busy this year.
Once students finished writing the response letters, students decorated the letters and put them in a big present to deliver to the children. Santa’s little helpers went to each school to deliver the great treats. This service project put so many smiles on their faces and was a great present for most of them. DECA club, with the help of other service clubs at SHS, really enjoyed this service project and hope to continue it throughout the years.
Ivan Cardenas, LIA Adviser
LIA served as volunteers in a Christmas/dinner party for the United Angels Foundation. In addition, LIA students from SJHS and SHS collected 2,289 letters to Santa for Macy's "Believe" program. Macy's donated $2 per letter to the Make A Wish Foundation. That is a contribution of approximately $4,600. The money is used to grant wishes to children with terminal illnesses
by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser (photos by Mark Spencer)
Springville’s Red Devil Boys Varsity Basketball team traveled to Provo’s “Dawg Pound” on Friday, December 4; and, in thrilling OT play, lost 81-74. The game was Provo’s first win of the year. Free-throws were a big factor for Provo in the win as it made 16 more free throws than Springville. Red Devil Josh Elison had a huge night with 26 points including hitting a whopping six 3-point shots. Bennett Hullinger added 18 points and two 3-pointers.
Team Members: Mitch Brotherson, Daxton Poulsen, Bennett Hullinger, Andrew Slack, Seth Mortensen, Josh Elison, Mason Sumsion, Sam Mele, Mark Gallagher, Aidan Erickson, Ben Schreiner, Jesse Hullinger, Isaac Englund, Spencer Livsey, Jonas Killpack, Levi Ruf, Ryker Jenkins, Brett Bodily, Brayden Howell, Easton Call, Sean Halloway
photos by Mark Spencer
by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
On Friday, December 4, Springville High FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), competed in the regional competition at Utah Valley University.
Students who participated: Matt Boel, Jared Coles, Elwin Golding, Julia Gonzales, Rafael Gonzalez, Caleb Houtz, Jonathan Howes, Janessa Lewis, Garrett Lopshire, and Erick Vargas.
The following students and teams placed in their competitive events:
Matt Boel, Elwin Golding, and Erick Vargas, 2nd Place, Network Design
Jared Coles, 3rd Place, Word Processing
Rafael Gonzalez and Erick Vargas, 3rd Place, Management Information Systems
Erick Vargas, 4th Place, Job Interview
Janessa Lewis, 5th Place, Public Speaking
Erick Vargas, 5th Place, Computer Problem Solving
Janessa Lewis, 5th Place, Impromptu Speaking
Caleb Houtz, Elwin Golding, and Rafael Gonzalez, 5th Place, Global Business
Julia Gonzales, Janessa Lewis, and Erick Vargas, 5th Place, Business Ethics
Advisers: Ms. Anna Tuttle, Mrs. Carey White
by Megan McConnell, SHS News Writer (photos by Mark Spencer)
On Tuesday, November 24, at Springville, our Lady Red Devil basketball team crushed Timpview, 58-40. Lydia Austin owned the court, scoring 30 points, and making seven 3 point shots that helped Springville on their road to victory. Olivia Park and Savannah Sumsion also added a valuable contribution with both of them scoring 10-12 points respectively.
Our girls hooped Highland on Wednesday, December 2, again at Springville. The final score being 47-44 in favor of Springville. Lydia Austin, Olivia Park, and Cheyenne Brown all scored points in the double figures helping our girls pull of this narrow victory.
Team Members: Samantha Atkinson, Lydia Austin, Cheyenne Brown, Marynda Chipman, Kennedy Clement, Mary Fredrickson, Taralynn Gervais, Rylee Harris, Kelsea Johnson, Megan Lindsey, Mikayla Miyasaki, Ali Monson, Olivia Park, Brittany Simpson, Alex Sorensen, Savannah Sumsion
*photos by Mark Spencer