Mayor Wilford Clyde visits Springville High

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By Hayden Diede, Student Council and FBLA Member

In the first “Window on the Workplace” mini-seminar on September 19, we were visited by Springville City Mayor Wilford Clyde. The presentation was exceptional.  Mayor Clyde was engaging, friendly, and gave out just the right amount of free stuff-- meaning a lot. The students who attended where able to enjoy lunch and doughnuts in the library while learning the functions and duties of a city mayor. Mayor Clyde spoke about multiple committees the city has to make sure everything runs smoothly. He also spoke about the different projects and buildings that make Springville unique and community focused.  

P.S. Did you know that Mayor Clyde was the first Quarterback to play on our current Red Devil football field?  Now you know.

Window on the Workplace is sponsored by Springville High’s Work-based Learning program.  For more information, see Mr. Northcutt or Ms. Tuttle.

Red Devils take Bulldogs to the pound

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photos by Teyler Hone, SHS News Photographer
D'Velles drill team perform hip hop routine at half-time
Band and Colour Guard perform during half-time

On Friday, October 3, Springville High hosted the Provo Bulldogs in region football.   Scott Averett ran for two scores while teammate Zach Gordon ran for two more to help Springville knock off Provo.

Half-time performances included SHS Band and D’Velles drill team.

Fly Me to the Moon

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by Eric Dominguez and Savannah Guinn (photos by Savannah Guinn)
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Saturday, September 27, was the night to fly to the moon at the Springville High homecoming dance.  Having a blast Friday night at the homecoming game in which the Red Devils were victorious, the following Saturday evening, 8pm – 11pm was a great time at the dance by all.

SHS students celebrated with close longtime friends and new friends.  Whether dancing to pumped up music or holding dates close to the slow songs, it was a night to remember. 

photos by Savannah Guinn

SHS Red Devils swat the Wasatch Wasps

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by Taylor Johnson and Molli McConnell (photos by Taylor Johnson and Mark Spencer)
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In exciting Red Devil homecoming celebration, Springville was victorious over Wasatch, 42-10.  Springville had an electrifying game and homecoming royalty was presented during half-time. Cheer, Dance Company, and SHS Marching Band also performed during the half-time show. 

With the win, Springville’s student body was excited for the homecoming dance.  The crowd was loud and proud—Red Devil Pride was everywhere. 

Parker Johnston finished the night with three Springville touchdowns, and Quarterback Zachary Gordon

 Homecoming Royalty 2014

Queen – Annee Lange daughter of David and Janice Lange
Escorted by....................................... her brother Stuart Lange
Anne is involved in Student Government and Hope Squad.  She enjoys baking, dancing in the kitchen, making music videos, playing the guitar, and camping with her family. One interesting fact about Anne is she can swallow pills without water.  Anne’s future plans are to go to college and serve a mission or go on a humanitarian trip. She would like to travel the world and marry a hunk and have a happy family.

1st Attendant – Baylee Park daughter of Cliff & Mandi Park
Escorted by....................................... her father
Baylee is involved in SHS Tennis and Basketball, Key club, NHS, FCCLA and the food club.  Baylee enjoys any sport and being in the outdoors hiking, boating and biking.  She loves eating desert, watching scary movies, sleeping, and being with family and friends. A interesting fact about Baylee, she has an addiction for buffalo sauce.  Baylee’s future plans are to go on a mission, be a dental hygienist, get married to a handsome fellow and have 4 kids and live in Tennessee by Dolly Parton.

2nd Attendant – Peggy Sorenson daughter of Jim and Dana Sorenson
Escorted by ...................................... her father
Peggy is involved in Student Government, Cross Country, Hope Squad, NHS and the Polynesian club.  Peggy enjoys disco skating, piano, longboarding, dancing (in front of the mirror), and singing (in the shower). An interesting fact about Peggy is she had never had fish before.  Peggy’s future plans are to go to college and marry an attractive man.

3rd Attendant – Stacy Stapel daughter of Gordon and Darla Stapel
Escorted by....................................... her father
Stacy has been involved in SHS Volleyball for the past four years. Stacy adores all things animal, she enjoys playing the piano and learning and loves boating!  One interesting fact about Stacy is she can solve a rubix cube in 2 min and 31 seconds.

4th Attendant – Ali Eaton daughter of Eric and Tori Eaton
Escorted by....................................... her father
Ali is involved in Dance Company, NHS, FCCLA and the Buddy Club.  Ali loves dancing and dog walking.  An interesting fact about Ali is she can fit her entire fist in her mouth. Ali’s future plans are to graduate from U of U as a personal trainer and become the hottest wrinkle free grandma in America.

photos by Taylor Johnson and Mark Spencer

 

Lady Red Devils burn the Wasps

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by Marynda Chipman, SHS News Writer (photos by Mark Spencer)
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On September 23, the girls soccer team defeated the Wasatch Wasps 3-1.  McKayla Montgomery scored two of the goals with Lindsay Johnson scoring the third.  The Lady Red Devil’s record in regulation play is 10-5-1.  Round 1 of state playoffs will be on October 14 at Rio Tinto Stadium in which Springville will face Clearfield.

photos by Mark Spencer

Homecoming Royalty 2014

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photos by Marynda Chipman, SHS News Photographer
Queen – Annee Lange, escorted by Preston Adams
1st Attendant – Baylee Park, escorted by Ethan Knowlton
2nd Attendant – Peggy Sorenson, escorted by Hayden Smith
3rd Attendant – Stacy Stapel, escorted by Caden Swendsen
4th Attendant – Ali Eaton, escorted by Hayden Diede
Homecoming Royalty 2014

Queen – Annee Lange daughter of David and Janice Lange

             Escorted by....................................... Preston Adams

1st Attendant – Baylee Park daughter of Cliff & Mandi Park

             Escorted by....................................... Ethan Knowlton

2nd Attendant – Peggy Sorenson daughter of Jim and Dana Sorenson

             Escorted by ...................................... Hayden Smith

3rd Attendant – Stacy Stapel daughter of Gordon and Darla Stapel

             Escorted by....................................... Caden Swendsen

4th Attendant – Ali Eaton daughter of Eric and Tori Eaton

             Escorted by....................................... Hayden Diede

Springville High would like to thank Steiner Floral for donating the flowers.

SHS runners keep going above and beyond

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by Stephen Dangerfield and Amanda Lundquist, SHS News Writers
Morgan Fulkerson with her game face on
Haden Penrod not letting people pass
Julie Sumsion getting ready to finish

Springville High Cross Country team is continuing to practice and race hard in order to place in region and continue onto state.

The last race was the Nebo Invite on September 26, at Salem Hills High.  Overall, the team ran great times and received an idea of what to expect at region.

Red Devil top runner for the boys was Haden Penrod, who ran a time of 16:20.

Penrod said, “It was a great race and very fast for everyone.  It was also cool to see how all the boys did against the other teams.”

Lady Red Devil top runner, Julie Sumsion, ran a time of 18:14 and also placed 3rd overall in the girls’ varsity race.

Sumsion said, “It was a challenging race with all the great runners there; but, there were also lots of cute boys, so that made it fun.”

The Cross Country teams have two more meets.  They run in Cedar and then have region.  Red Devils also hope to qualify for State.

photos by Stephen Dangerfield

Red Devils Start Small

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by Tanner Gervais and Teyler Hone, SHS News Writers (photos by Teyler Hone)
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September 22 was full of excitement at Springville High as the 3 and 4 year old children showed up for their first day of pre-school. The children were overly excited to get to know that Miss Alissa Huffaker will be their teacher and that there would also be high school students as helpers and teaching assistants.

“The counselors came to me and asked if I would like to start a new program,” Miss Huffaker said, when she was asked how she first got involved with the start of the preschool.

The students come each A-day for the first two hours in the morning.  Subjects are split between the two classes.  Children learn how to write the alphabet and one letter per week.

Betsy Vega, a student and pre-school helper said about her excitement, “Actually getting to work with the kids instead of just hearing about it.”

Throughout the year they will learn more and more each day; and, with a brand new playground to get their energy out, they should be able to sit still and focus in the classroom. This is Springville High’s first year offering the pre-school program.

photos by Teyler Hone

Homecoming Assembly Celebration

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photos by Marynda Chipman, SHS News Photographer
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On Friday, September 26, Springville High student body celebrated this year's homecoming with the class of 1995.

Long Burning Tradition -- Burning of the "S"

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photos by Jonathan Haws, SHS News Photographer

After the light parade on Thursday, September 26, Springville High students celebrated the homecoming tradition of the “Burning of the S" and cheered when rival "Wasatch Wasp" was burned.

Our Springville Volunteer Fire Department made this tradition possible, thank you!

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