On Tuesday, December 12, the Red Devils defeated the Dons, 67-62, in region play. Springville’s Ben Schreiner scored 23 points and Jesse Hullinger added 17 with two 3's. Bridger Noles led Spanish Fork in the loss with a game-high of 32 points. Game was played at home.
On Tuesday, December 12, Springville’s Lady Red Devils hosted local rival Spanish Fork. Lady Dons were led by Gabby Beckstrom who had 14 points in the road win, 49-38. Springville’s Mariah Skinner led the Lady Red Devils with 10 points and two 3-point shots. Red Devils Brooke Galbraith added 9 points and Addisyn Johnson had 8 points in the loss. Home game was played on Tuesday, December 12.
On Tuesday, December 5, Springville’s Lady Red Devils hosted Cedar in varsity basketball. Cedar left with the road win, 54-32. Brooke Galbraith had 8 points and Kallysta Strong added 6 points in the loss. Madison Mitchell and Mariah Skinner each completed a 3-point shot.
On Friday, December 8, Springville High Choirs performed their Christmas program.
Leslie Walker – Director
Alex Oldroyd – Accompanist
Anastasia Goodale – Student Teacher
Charlie Brown Cast
Charlie Brown: Max Davis
Lucy: Rosie Durland
Linus: Ethan Averett
Snoopy: Ben Hall
Violet: Marissa Roper
Patti: Shelby Markham
Frieda: Malie Niu
Pig Pen: Jakob DeLlamas
Shermy: Parker Stewart
Congratulations to quiz bowl team “Flaming Toothbrushes” including students Zach Foster, Melody Anderson, Mark Payne, Cory Clay (and alternate team member Kaiden Exon) who cleaned their opponents plaque, “M3M3, aka Meme Machine” with a “flossingly” brilliant score of 110-75. Meme Machine team consisted of Ben Creer, Grant Gardner, Luke Gleave, and Joel Emmett (and alternate team member Taren Stewart).
It was a fast-paced final 20 minutes; both teams showed their knowledge prowess as they sparred back and forth until the very end, making it an exciting quiz bowl final round.
On Thursday, December 7, BLT (Business Leaders of Tomorrow) and Hope Squad students and advisers meet to write letters from Santa to local elementary school children. Next week, many additional SHS clubs are invited to join in the letter writing service project. SHS students are writing individual replies to over 1000 letters from 53 elementary school classes around Springville.