Red Devil baseball starts season with two wins

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Springville baseball has a perfect season start winning both opening games against Carbon and Payson.  On Tuesday, March 6, the Red Devils traveled to Carbon and shutout the Dinos, 4 – 0.  Red Devil pitcher Bailey Nelson scattered two hits over five scoreless innings to lead the Red Devils to a win in their season opener.  On Monday, March 12, Springville hosted the Payson Lions. Bailey Nelson picked up the win on the mound as the Red Devils cruised to the comfortable victory over Payson, 13 - 3.

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Red Devils host first track meet

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by Allissa Huffaker, Girls Track Coach

On Tuesday, March 13, Springville High hosted the first tri-meet of the season against both Provo and Wasatch.   Springville has not had a home meet for two years, so it was exciting for the athletes to finally compete on their home track.

Springville’s girls team had a first place finish by Emalee Osborn (100m hurdles), Heidi Sumsion (400m), and Marlynne Deede (Javelin and Shot Put).

The Red Devil boys track team had a first place finish by Michael Eifert (3200m), Sean Holloway (200m), Springville's 4x100 relay, Chase Clements (Javelin), and Chris Ohman (High Jump).

Red Devil Boys Soccer tie Lions

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photos by Carey S. White, SHS News Adviser

On Wednesday, March 14, Springville High boys varsity soccer hosted the Payson Lions in the 2nd season game ending in a tie, 2-2.  Payson scored two goals in the first half, then Springville came back with Red Devils Jared Buhler and Steven Goodrich each scoring a goal.

On Friday, March 9, Springville traveled to Herriman for their first game of the season ending in a loss, 5-1.  Jacob Puckett scored Springville’s only goal in the loss.

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Key Club Service Project

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by Jaymie Fellows and Tara Hall, Key Club Advisers

On Saturday morning, March 10, Springville High’s Key Club continued their service project from last weekend to paint art on the downstairs track walls and keep that part of the school cleaned up since it's an easily neglected space. Students sweep and washed walls and inside and outside. 

The paint project added blue athlete silhouettes to represent each of the SHS athletic teams; referring to it now as the “Hall of Athletes.” All 17 sports are represented including Marching Band and Color Guard.  Between the two weekends and prep work, over 150 service hours was performed. 

Utah FFA Day of Service

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Brian Frederickson, Advisor

On Thursday, March 8, Springville High FFA participated in cleaning a Cedar City cemetery as part of the Utah FFA Day of Service in conjunction with the Utah State FFA Convention.

Red Devil FFA members receive top placements at State Convention

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by Monica Giffing, Advisor

This past week, March 8-10, Springville High FFA members traveled to Southern Utah University in Cedar City to attend and compete at the Utah State FFA Convention.

The following students won top placements in their events:

Jaynee Giffing, 1st Place, Prepared Public Speaking, she will compete nationally this October

Alexia Gornachec, Chloë Wimmer, and Jaynee Giffing, 1st Place, Video Contest
“Dig into Local Ag” sponsored by Newman Construction

Language Arts students celebrate Austenesque (Jane Austen) Regency High Tea

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SHS School News Students

On Friday, March 9, Springville High’s AP Composition and Literature students in Mrs. Lisa Simmons class participated in the 6th annual Austenesque Regency High Tea held in the transformed SHS Library. 

Students enjoyed a five course buffet. Tea was substituted with a hot chocolate bar and authentic period food included English scones with cucumber tea sandwiches, gourmet European cheeses, jams, jellies, authentic French macarons, chocolate covered strawberries, cheesecake petits fours, Belgium crème puffs, and chocolate eclairs. 

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