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.
In the last minutes of the game, Springville had a comfortable lead over visitor Lehi until the Pioneers scored three touchdowns to send the game into overtime. Springville's quarterback Jantsen Thorpe scored on a 1-yard run in the second overtime as the Red Devils topped the Lehi Pioneers in double overtime to improve to 2-0 this season. Thorpe threw a pair of passing touchdowns earlier in the game.
Bennett Hullinger received for 117 yards backed up by Payton Kelepolo’s 14 carries for 71 yards and one touchdown. Vili Kolomalu and Cole Bowers contributed to the win with nine and eight tackles respectively.
Pioneer Cammon Cooper threw three touchdowns in the loss for Lehi.
Halftime show included Springville's Marching Band, D'Velles Drill Team, and Cheerleaders.
Last Friday, August 19, the Springville Red Devils traveled to St. George to meet up with the Dixie Flyers in the first varsity football game of the season ending in a Red Devil victory, 37-21.
Springville’s Brennen Rymer had a 99-yard kick return, Cole Bowers rushed for two TDs, and Ty Eriksson tossed in two more to help lift the Red Devils over Dixie in the season opener. Dixie’s Jacob Barben rushed for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Flyers in the loss.
On Saturday, August 6th, a group of Springville High School orchestra alumni performed a tribute concert for Dr. Tsugawa in honor of his retirement. Over 160 students from the class of 1990 through the class of 2018 participated. It was a wonderful night!
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Tuesday, May 24, was a busy day for the Lady Red Devils as they had to beat both Corner Canyon and Murray to advance in 4A state softball playoffs.
Kaycie Jensen only allowed two hits by Corner Canyon over seven innings as Springville advanced in the 4A one-loss bracket beating the Lady Chargers, 4-1. Springville faced Murray later in the day when Natalie Sumsion homered to come away with the win, 4-2.