Springville football defeated by Salem Hills

Attributions: 
By Marynda Chipman, SHS News Writer (photos by Mark Spencer)

On Friday, October 10, the Springville Red Devils traveled to Salem and lost to the Salem Hills Skyhawks with a final score of 34-7.  Scott Averett was the lone scorer for the Red Devils Friday night, scoring in the first quarter.  The Skyhawks scored three TDs in the second quarter and two in the fourth.  The Red Devil’s next game is at Maple Mountain on Friday, October 24.

photos by Mark Spencer

 

Springville DIGS New Volleyball Coach

Attributions: 
by Francesca Rotolo and Jackson Jarvis, SHS News Writers

Coach Julia Smith leads our beloved volleyball team.   Smith has been coaching volleyball for three years. Prior to SHS she coached at Timpview High.

“My vision,” Smith said, “[is] for the team this year is to be ready to win state.” And her vision is coming true! Smith loves seeing the success and improvement in the girls’ performance on the court. “The dedication is most rewarding,” said Smith.

The team is doing great overall with 17, 18, and 5. Region is 6 and 2 – tied with Salem Hills, which was defeated by our Lady Red Devils, 1-5 last week.

A special teacher for special education

Attributions: 
by Francesca Rotolo and Jackson Jarvis, SHS News Writers

Mr. Nic Rowley is new to Springville High School, but that doesn’t stop him from being a crazy and fun-loving teacher. Rowley loves what he does and puts amazing amounts of effort into it. His vision of this year is to have an amazing year without too many hiccups along the way.

Aside from being a book worm and a loving husband, Mr. Rowley has been teaching Special Education for seven years. He’s taught at Sage Creek Elementary, Oakridge, and Mapleton Jr. High. Now we’re privileged to have Mr. Rowley teaching for us here at Springville High School.