Red Devils pull out win in double OT

Attributions: 
photos by Jordyn Gillespie, Erin Call and Evelyn Brereton, SHS News Photographers

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.

Red Devils bring home first road win

Attributions: 
Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

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.

Dr. Tsugawa's Tribute Concert

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!

For more pictures, please visit the Springville High School Facebook page.

For more information, visit the Daily Herald.

Lady Red Devils win double header to advance in 4A state play

Attributions: 
photos by Mark Spencer

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.

Red Devil varsity baseball lose in close, tough 4A playoff battle

Attributions: 
photos by Mark Spencer

Spanish Fork's Riley Daniels pitched past Springville’s Red Devils, 1-0, in Monday's elimination game of the 4A state playoffs.  Spanish Fork’s only run came in the 4th inning.  Springville had 4 hits and 1 error compared to Spanish Fork’s 8 single base hits and 4 errors.  Game was played on Monday, May 24, at Spanish Fork.

School Events for May 23-27

 Tuesday May 24th:

  • School lets out at 11:15 a.m. (Breakfast will be served)

  • Graduation at UVU 2 p.m. (graduates need to be there @ 1 p.m.)

  • Softball vs. Corner Canyon in SLC

  • Senior all-night party

Wednesday May 25th:

  • State Softball

  • Track and Field banquet

Thursday May 26th:

  • State Softball (if win on Wed.)

Friday May 27th:

  • A/B day

  • Last day of school (1/2 day) out @ 11:15 a.m.

  • Breakfast will not be served

 

Springville’s Girls Track and Field finish 2nd at State Championships, Boys place 5th

Attributions: 
by Jeff Wales, Track Coach
Girls State Trophy
Boys 4x100 Relay
Girls 4x100 Relay Champs
Senior Girls State Trophy
Hayden 800m Champ
Kennedy 100m Champ
Kennedy 200m 2nd
Kennedy and Jayden
Julie Sumsion 1600m

Springville’s Lady Red Devil girls track team was led by Juniors Kennedy Clement and Julie Sumsion.  Clement was the 100m champion, 2nd in the 200m, 1st 4x100m relay, and 3rd in the long jump. Sumsion was 3rd in the 1600m, 4th in the 3200m, 5th in the 800m, and 5th in the Medley relay. Other members of the winning girls 4x100m relay were Ciara Snapp, Elise Goodrich, and Jayden Nelson.

Springville’s boys track team placed 5th overall and were led by juniors Haden Penrod and Brennen Rymer.  Penrod was the 800m champion, 5th in 1600m, and 1st in the 4x400m relay. Rymer was 1st in the 4x400m, 3rd in the 4x100m relay, and 4th in the 200m. Others on the winning 4x400m, which set a new school record, were Sean Holloway and Randal Gleave. Running on the 4x100m relay with Brennen was Sean Holloway, Chris Jensen, and Devyn Tate. Grant Gardner was 8th in the 1600m, setting a new Utah State record for freshman.

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