On Monday evening, May 16, Springville High Seniors were honored receiving more than 4.1 million dollars in private, community, and college scholarships. Congratulations to the class of 2016 for their outstanding accomplishments.
Springville’s Red Devil varsity soccer team hosted the Salem Hills Skyhawks on Tuesday, May 10, and came away with the win, 3-2.
Springville was trailing at halftime but made a comeback with two goals in the second half to tie the game and another in overtime to steal a win from Salem Hills. Morgan Allen, Josh Clegg, and Ryan Treasure all netted goals in the win.
Springville’s Red Devil varsity baseball team went head to head with Spanish Fork the first week of May. On Tuesday, May 3, Springville beat Spanish Rork 9-5 at home. Then, on Thursday, May 5, the Red Devils traveled to Spanish Fork to again claim victory over the Dons, 14-4.
Matt Peterson went 2-for-3 with three RBIs while Tanner Perrero went 1-for-3 with three RBIs to help Springville get the big win over Spanish Fork.
Springville High’s boys and girls track teams turned in some great performances at the Nebo Invite at Salem Hills last Friday. Both the sprinters and distance runners came away with wins.
Brennen Rymer was the 400m winner, Haden Penrod won the 1600m, Kennedy Clement was second in the 400m, Ciara Snapp second in the 100m, and both 4x100m relays took home wins.
Our next meet is the BYU Invitational on May 6-7. Thirty Red Devil athletes have qualified for this meet.
photos by Jeff Porcaro © 2016 (www.maplemountainsports.com)
It was a windy meet, but the athletes were able to perform at their best. We had Chris Ohman who jumped 6'1" which was a personal record in the high jump this year and he qualified for state. Sean Stapel was also able to have a personal record in his high jump performance.
The girls 4x100 team took first and the boys 4x100 team took 2nd. Ceci Sumsion had a personal record throw in the Javelin. Overall, it was a good meet for Springville and there is a lot more we expect to see this season.
Track Meet was held on Saturday, April 16.
FFA and Student Council members dramatized serious scenarios including Prom night, a teen crash including a fatality, and even a mock funeral. The purpose was to increase awareness among our student body of the importance of driving safe to prevent injuries and fatalities.
FFA and Student Council members created many posters which portrayed the statistics of driving unsafe. During the assembly walk-through, which was conducted in the underground track, students were asked to write their name and pledge to “Not Drive Stupid.” Assembly was held on Tuesday, April 12.