September 2016

Red Devils have victorious homecoming

Attributions: 
by Brandon Lee, SHS News Writer, photos by Mark Spencer

Welcome to Red Devil Territory!

Springville High’s homecoming game was electrifying; the Red Devils lit the field up for homecoming with a booming start to the game.  Bennet Hullinger sparked SHS with a 30 yard touchdown run early in the first quarter.  A few minutes later, star quarterback Jantsen Thorpe threw a 75 yard touchdown pass to Hullinger to make the score 14-0 early on. Hullinger ended the night with 2 rushes for 30 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 reception for 75 yards.  Shutting out Spanish Fork again, SHS got the ball back in Thorpe’s hands. The result was a 40 yard touchdown pass to Brennen Rymer making the score 21-0 in the first quarter of the game.

But, Springville’s win was all but certain with Spanish Fork out-scoring the Devils 27-6 over the course of the next 3 quarters tying the score at 27-27.  Going into OT, Spanish Fork received the ball to start.  The Don’s drive was short lived when it ended with a fumble turning the ball over to SHS. Thorpe going 5 for 12 for 128 yards, 2 TD’s and 1 interception drove the ball down the field, ending with Payton Kelepolo running in a 2 yard touchdown giving him 35 carries with 182 yards and two touchdowns to end the game with a Red Devil hard fought victory, 33-27.

photos by Mark Spencer

Homecoming Royalty

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photos by Mark Spencer
Taylee Smith_Queen
Anneclaire Smith_Attendant
Mikaela Gage_Attendant

Homecoming Queen:  Taylee Smith
1st Attendant, Anneclaire Smith
2nd Attendent, Mikaela Gage

Lagoon Education Foundation Fundraiser

Nebo Foundation Frightmares Coupon

Once again, Nebo School District's non-profit organization has partnered up with Lagoon to provide Springville High School and all other local schools with a Lagoon Education Foundation Fundraiser.

Attached is a discount coupon that can be used at a Lagoon ticket window. The promo code can be used to purchase up to 8 tickets per transaction online, at the link provided below. The more tickets sold using the promo code, the more money donated to Nebo Education Foundation.

https://www.lagoonpark.com/buy-tickets/
Nebo promo code: NEBO16
The discount/fundraiser is only valid September 16- October 30, 2016.

What is the Nebo Education Foundation?
The Nebo Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to providing resources to enrich student learning. Without headlines and behind the scenes, volunteers and businesses are quietly making major contributions to our community's future by giving their time, money, equipment and supplies to our local schools.

FFA Serves at Reams

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On August 6, 2016, Springville FFA members traveled to Reams for an Agriculture Awareness Day, Field to Fork. Families shopping at Reams were able to attend workshops about food and were entered to win a $50 shopping gift card for Reams donated by Harward Farms. There were five stations set up around the store to teach children about dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, and grains.

At each station FFA members taught children about the different parts of My Plate. FFA had a blast teaching kids about where their food comes from and how it’s made.  The parents thought it was a great idea to teach children about food and were very excited about the $50 gift card.

We would like to thank our sponsors that made Field to Fork possible: Utah's Own, Utah/Nevada Dairy Council, Utah Beef Council, Utah County Farm Bureau, USU Extension, Utah Pork Producers, and McMullin Orchards.

Club Rush

Attributions: 
photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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On Thursday and Friday, September 8 and 9, student body is invited to join clubs during lunch in the student court.

Lady Red Devil Tennis vs Spanish Fork

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser
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On Tuesday, September 6, the Springville girls tennis team matched up with local rival Spanish Fork.

Springville brings home road win against new Lehi high school Skyridge

Attributions: 
photos by Brandon Lee and Erin Call, SHS News Photographers

Springville's Red Devil varsity football team traveled to Lehi on Friday, September 7, to face new Lehi high school Skyridge continuing the Red Devil undefeated record, 28-21.   The Red Devils poured on the heat during the third quarter to help them get the victory over Skyridge.  Jantsen Thorpe threw two touchdowns and ran for one more to lead the Red Devils in the win.

Many Red Devil student body members traveled to show their school spirit and support.

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