The All – State Art Show, held at the Springville Art Museum, is a show dedicated to displaying the artwork of high school students all across the state of Utah. The All – State Art Show is a difficult show to enter. Each school is allowed a minimum amount of students’ artwork and each student participants’ pieces are not guaranteed a spot in the show. A panel of judges critiques the submitted artwork and decides what will be accepted into the show. One of our very own made it into the show.
On Tuesday, March 15, the Spanish Fork High School TSA chapter traveled to Jordan, in the Salt Lake Valley, to participate in the VEX Robotics competition at the State TSA Convention. The group took their robot to compete with 18 other robots from schools across the state. Each robot participated in five two on two matches to receive a seed. The first four seeds were guaranteed to play for the competition title and reward. Spanish Fork’s robot was ranked 5th when it came down to making an alliance with another robot.
Congratulations to the new 2011-2012 SFHS cheer squad. Top row left to right: Halley Baum, Tilee Brenneman, Kaylie Gren, Josie Clayson, Randi Beckstrom, Shelby Brumfield, Kendra Powers, Cheyenne Shepherd, Tobee Gunter, Angelia Benson. Middle row left to right: Paizlee Dansie, Alexa Gowon, Jenae Holt, Paige McKinnon, Ashlyn Rudd, Haley Larsen, Irelyn Peterson, Hattie Nielsen, Ariel Morgan. Bottom row left to right: Emily Meschke, Chelsea Ralston, Mele Naulu, Madison Smith, McKensey Taylor, Lexi Seitz, Jennifer Clark.
On Thursday, March 31st the Lady Dons played big time rival Salem Hills. It was a good start for both teams. It was 0-0 the first two innings till the Lady Dons opened it up in the bottom of the third and scored three runs. After the third inning, they held Salem till the top of the fourth and two scored for Salem to make the score 3-2 for the Lady Dons. Spanish Fork kept pushing to get two more run to push ahead even more, 5-2. During the top of the fifth, the umpires started calling not so good calls and Spanish was struggling to get an out.
The second round of the six rounds that make up the Region 8 Girls Golf schedule was held at the cold, wind-swept Sleepy Ridge golf course on March 28. Winning the individual portion of the competition was Britni Munter of Spanish Fork. She did so in convincing fashion, scoring 40 points using the modified scoring format that has been put in place for the girls’ high school golf competitions across the state. She was followed by Uintah’s Nicole Begay, 37. In third was Kelsi Jensen of Springville, who scored 35. Rounding out the top five were Uintah’s Jasmine Meyer, 34; Kaitlynn Hanber