Academic All-State Athlete Whitney Nielson

Whitney Nielson, daughter of Tricia Nielson and Jen Nielson, has always wanted to get amazing grades throughout her education never even accepting a B. To her, being named Academic All State means getting to represent her school well along with her Drill Team.
Joni Hales and Michele Boyack(Whitney’s coaches) along with Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Daniels (SFHS math teachers) have helped Whitney do her best, both in the classroom and with her Dance skills.

Tyson Allen Galovich

Tyson has held his 4.0 grade average all through his junior high and high hchool years. He says the key to success in academics is to attend class on time, be responsible to do what is required of you by your teachers, and get involved in activities you enjoy that help promote school spirit. Tyson feels it is an honor to receive the UHSAA Academic All-State Basketball Award.

SFHS Jess Roberts is #1

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Nicole Olsen

Jesse Roberts, the human fish, was awarded as 4A Utah’s Swimmer of the Year. The honor is awarded by a point system. To get high points you have to get low times, making Jesse a shoo-in. He also took 1st place in the individual medley with a time of 1:57.00 and 1st place in breaststroke with a time of 1:00.22.

SF Drill Competes at State

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Whitney Nielson

On February 4th, the Spanish Fork Las Chalitas had the opportunity to compete at the State Competition at UVU. Because of the overall results at the Region Competition (2nd Military, 2nd Dance, 1st Kick, 2nd Overall) Spanish Fork qualified to go to State. Along with Salem Hills and Maple Mountain from Region 8, and 13 other teams in the State of Utah, Spanish Fork placed 7th overall at the State Competition. Although the girls did not place in the top 5, they were still pleased with their performances, and the overall results of the year.

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