School Events for September 14-18

Monday, September 14

  • Marching Band spaghetti dinner @ SJHS from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

 Tuesday, September 15

  • Volleyball @ home vs. Uintah at 3:30 p.m.
  • Tennis @ home vs. Wasatch at 3:30 p.m.
  • Soccer @ home vs. Payson at 4:00 p.m.

 Wednesday, September 16

  • Juniors and seniors will not attend school. Sophomores will take the PLAN test. Students will be finished to leave at 11:15 a.m. Busses will run as normal and breakfast will be served.
  • Parent-teacher conferences will be held in the gym and cafeteria from 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

 Thursday, September 17

  • Volleyball @ PHS at 3:30 p.m.
  • Tennis @ home vs. Uintah at 3:30 p.m.
  • Soccer @ SFHS at 4:00 p.m.

 Friday, September 18

  • Cross Country @ UIAAA Invite at 4:00 p.m.
  • Football @ SFHS at 7:00 p.m.
  • ACT sign-up deadline for October test, www.actstudent.org

 Saturday, September 19

  • Booster club breakfast from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
  • Nebo Tournament of Bands @ PHS

September 23 ASVAB test 2:00-5:00 p.m. The test is limited to 20 students so the first 20 to sign up in the counseling office will be able to take the test.

September 25 PSAT deadline to sign up. The cost is $20 paid in the finance office. Take the receipt to Mr. Johnson in the counseling office to hold your spot.

SHS Chamber Singers have been selected to perform at the American Choral Director's Associate State Conference on September 19 at 1:00 p.m. in the Libby Gardner Hall on the U of U Campus. They are the only high school choir invited to perform at the conference.  The Chamber Singers have been rehearsing since July for this prestigious event, and they are excited to perform for the choral directors of Utah.  The choir is directed by Mrs. Leslie Walker.

Club Rush

Attributions: 
story and photos by Addison Provost and Andrew Trevenan, SHS News Photographer
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During lunch on September 10 and 11 was club rush at Springville High in which students “eye sampled” all the different clubs that are offered at SHS, and students could sign up for clubs that they’re interested in. SHS student body had a blast during lunch at club rush.  This year many new clubs were started and students connected to club activities to try during the school year.

Drama Guild lunchtime performances

Attributions: 
photos by Addison Provost and Andrew Trevenen

On Thursday, September 10, Drama Guild performed for the student body at lunch in the little theater.

photos by Addison Provost and Andrew Trevenen

Red Devil Volleyball spike the Dons

Attributions: 
photos by Blanca Martinez, SHS News Photographer

On Thursday, September 3, Springville High hosted local rival Spanish Fork in varsity volleyball, ending in a Red Devil victory, 3-1.

Springville High’s Lady Red Devils came out strong leading the first set 6-0 and maintained the lead throughout the set.  In the second set the competition was tough and Spanish Fork came out on top.  In the third set the Lady Red Devils regrouped and finished the set strong.  Fourth set was tight with some good plays from outside hitter Amanda Schultz who led the team with some kills at the end for the victory.

Currently, the Springville High varsity volleyball team is undefeated beating Timpanogos, Timpview, Maple Mountain, and Salem Hills early this season.

photos by Blanca Martinez, SHS News Photographer

Cross Country at BYU Autumn Classic

Attributions: 
photos by Josh Ornelas

Springville High Cross Country participated in the Brigham Young University "Autumn Classic" on September 5.

Lady Red Devils bring home road win

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photos by Mark Spencer

On Tuesday, September 8, Spingville Lady Red Devils traveled to local rival Maple Mountain and brought home a varsity volleyball win, 3-0.  

Photos by Mark Spencer.

 

Lady Red Devils lose in OT to Golden Eagles

Attributions: 
by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser ( photos by Blanca Martinez, SHS News Photographer)

On Thursday, September 3, the Springville Lady Red Devils soccer team hosted sister rival Maple Mountain ending a close scoring game, 3-2, in favor of the Lady Golden Eagles.

Maple Mountain’s Heather Asay, Anna Pickering, and Ciena Woods each contributed a goal to help lift the Lady Golden Eagles over Springville in the overtime victory.  Maple Mountain moves to 4-0 in region play. Amy Botcherby and Cena Warren scored for the Lady Red Devils in the loss.

photos by Blanca Martinez, SHS News Photographer

Red Devil runners set to make history

Attributions: 
by Josh Ornelas and Zuki Kaufman, SHS News Writers (photos by Josh Ornelas)
Mariah Skinner
Brandon Garnica, Sophomore
Paul Young (left) Josh Ornelas (right)
Anela Christensen (Junior), Carlie Maughan (Junior)
Brandon Garnica, Sophomore
Paul Young
Matt Jensen (left) and Trevor Nielson (right)
Abby Holman (left) and Katelyn Bingham (right)

Springville’s Red Devil runners have had the best start to this season in school history.  It started when the boys and girls varsity teams broke the school records in a fundraiser event called the 4-hour relay.  In this relay each member of the team takes turns running a mile and they see how many miles they can run in a four hour span.  They boys team ran about 600m over the school record, and the girls demolished the old school record by setting the third all-time record over all past boys and girls results.

The team had their first official race, The Grass Relays, on August 29, in American Fork.   This course ranges two miles including jumping over hay bales.  In the boys varsity relay, Springville team placed twelfth overall; third in the 4A state division.  The girls team placed ninth overall, third in the 4A state division. The varsity boys top finisher was Grant Gardner who placed eleventh overall with a time of 10:21.  The girls top finisher was Julie Sumsion who placed fourth overall with a time of 11:56 which is the eleventh fastest time run on this course.

Haden Penrod said, “The race was very hot and fun at the same time.”

Brandon Garnica also said the weather was hot and that he was pleased with his performance.

Julie Sumsion said that she had fun running in the race.

Sumsion said, “The team has improved a lot since she got here, and it’s really fun to watch.”

Megan Skinner adds that she had fun at the race and she really enjoyed watching her younger sister and teammate Mariah Skinner run.

Head Coach Sam Smith was pleased with how the team performed at the meet. 

Smith said, “The team has tripled in talent since I came here.  The team is doing great; and I believe that this is the best boys and girls team in school history.

Smith said that the team’s goals are to sweep regions for boys and girls and come home with a pair of state trophies.

The cross country team will represent Springville High at the BYU Autumn Classic on September 5 in which the boys are pre-ranked sixth and the girls are pre-ranked third. The cross country team is ready and eager to perform and represent the Red Devils.

Lady Red Devils score 5-1 against the Dons (photo by Blanca Martinez)

Attributions: 
by Carey S. White, SHS News Writer

On Tuesday, August 25, Springville High varsity soccer hosted local rival Spanish Fork sending the Dons home and the Lady Red Devils seizing the home win 5-1.

Amy Botcherby scored two goals, Claire Duncan, Jayden Nelson, and Cena Warren each had one goal to carry the Red Devils to victory over Spanish Fork.

photo by Blanca Martinez

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