Red Devils smoke Lady Lions

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photos by Erin Call and Lynn Brereton, SHS News Photographers

On Friday, January 6, Springville’s Varsity Lady Red Devils basketball hosted the Payson Lions ending in a huge Red Devil victory, 55-28.  Three players reached double-digits for the Red Devils, led by Madison Henderson with 11 points. Teammates Cheyanne Brown and Brooke Lynn Galbraith added 10 points apiece in the region win.

Springville’s current season record is 8-5; their next home game will be on Tuesday, January 17, at 5:15 pm in which they will face off against the Salem Hills Lady Skyhawks.

Events for the Week of January 9, 2017

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Monday, Jan 9:

Tuesday, Jan 10:
(3:30pm) Boys’ Basketball @ Uintah
(3:30pm) Girls’ Basketball @ Uintah

Wednesday, Jan 11:
(3pm) School Community Council

Thursday, Jan 12:
Last Day of Second Term
(5pm) Wrestling @ Spanish Fork (Senior Night)

Friday, Jan 13:
Teacher Development Day –No School
(3:30pm) Swimming @ SHS

Saturday, Jan 14:
Drill Team Central Utah Classic, Sevier Valley

2016-2017 SHS Sterling Scholars

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compiled by SHS News Class

Chloe Wilson -- Business

Chloe Wilson, daughter of Todd and Megan Wilson, is talented in digital media and business.  “My father is an entrepreneur himself and encouraged me to start my own company a few years ago. He knew that I’m passionate about creating things and sewing, and it’s been fun to learn to build a business from that,” said Wilson as to why she is interested in pursuing a path in business. 

Kylee Pearson, new Foods and ProStart Teacher

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photo by Gage Carter

Kylee Pearson is our new foods teacher here at Springville High.   This is her first year teaching; however, she student taught at Payson High School.  Her most rewarding teaching experiences are when students tell her about their cooking experiences at home.

She is married to Daniel Pearson and she loves to ride motorcycles, especially dirt bikes.  She actually raced dirt bikes for many years!  She also likes to make soap.

Springville FFA Enjoys the Gift of Giving

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by Chloe Wimmer

What a wonderful time of the year for Springville FFA and Springville High School.  We were able to participate in the United Way’s Sub-4-Santa program. The FFA along with many other clubs at the school had the privilege of providing Christmas for 50 local children. For those who know about the FFA Sweethearts contest put on in the spring, all money raised from the cake auction is what helps us be able to provide Christmas for others in our community. Thank you to everyone that helped make Sub-4- Santa a success again this year.

Boys Cross Country team presents flag to student body and administration

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

At the beginning of the music assembly, Springville's Red Devil Cross Country team presented to the student body and administration the flag they received for finishing 15th at Nationals.  Congratulations Boys Cross Country on a historic and amazing season run.

Wonderful Music Assembly

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

What better way to start Christmas break but with an amazing music assembly for our student body and staff by our Fine Arts department.  

Performances by Wind Symphony, all SHS Choirs, and Jazz Band were entertaining and wonderful.

Greenhand Ceremony

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by Kaitlin Thompson

We want to congratulate our first year members for earning their Greenhand Degrees.   At Springville Junior High there was a creed speaking contest in which members competed in saying the creed. The creed is a five paragraph belief statement that FFA members memorize.

All of the first year members were awarded their Greenhand pin for their jackets and also received a certificate in honor of being a Greenhand. Congratulations to all those who received their Greenhand Degree.

Honoring our veterans

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by Kaitlin Thompson

Springville High School and the FFA honored our U.S veterans for their service throughout the week of November 7 the 11. FFA and Student Council prepared care packages to send to soldiers currently serving. We invited U.S. veterans to join us for breakfast on the morning of Veteran’s Day and held an assembly afterwards honoring them and their service for our country. It was a very touching display. We want to thank all those who have served and are currently serving.

Red Devils blaze past Kearns

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photos by Lynn Brereton, SHS News Photographer

On Tuesday, December 13, Springville’s Red Devil Varsity boys basketball team hosted Kearns and came out victorious, 68-56.  Going into halftime, the teams were tied, 29-29. 

During the 2nd half, Springville’s entire lineup stepped up for the win including Mason Sumsion with 15 points followed by Andrew Slack with 13.  Four Red Devil each had 9 points each—Ben Schreiner, Bennett Hullinger, Josh Elison, and Seth Mortensen.

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