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Purple Pinkie Day at SFHS Helps Polio Victims

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/01/2010 - 11:41
In contrast to speeding out of the parking lot for lunch, many students went to Spanish Fork High’s commons area. Thursday was Purple Pinkie Day. Students had the chance to donate a simple dollar in exchange for their pinkie to be dyed purple. But who would want to pay to have their pinkie colored purple? Those who knew it was for a good cause, that’s who. One dollar was enough to give two children a polio vaccine. It was lighthearted and fun, and those who were involved took pride in their purple pinkie. Those who donated were proud and glad they could help a child in need.
Annie Darling

Spanish Fork High School Swim Team Begins Season

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/01/2010 - 11:28
The Spanish Fork Swim team beat Timp View in their meet against American Fork, Timp View, and Lone Peak on Wednesday October 27. Their boy’s team blew the competition out of the water when they placed 2nd in their relay race. They had many place very high individually and earn their team many points. The season is starting out to be a good one. They have the talent and ability to do well in meets. They could have a chance at taking region, but they would need more people to join. They are a strong team and will continue to do well.
Marree Graham

SFHS Continues to Be Bloodiest School

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/01/2010 - 11:27
This past week Spanish Fork high school put on a blood drive. Kay Thomas Perkins said, “We are still the bloodiest school around.” Although it wasn’t as successful as SFHS has had in the past, students still did a great job. Spanish Fork High donated around 25 units of blood. Jake Meservey a student who donated blood said, “I felt good to donate and help other people out.” There will also be another blood drive at the end of the year. SFHS encourages everyone to watch for when that is and to come out and donate so SFHS can give even more this next time.
Jordan Kramer

Cheer for a Cure

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/25/2010 - 11:39

On Thursday, October 21, 2010, the Spanish Fork High School cheerleaders performed their Breast Cancer Awareness half-time. All of the songs that were mixed into the half-time were based on the theme of ‘never giving up’ and to ‘keep holding on.’ In the middle of their half-time, the cheerleaders took the time to hold up signs that spelled out “Never Give Up!” To end their performance, they got into a formation that made the Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon.

Shelby Evans and ShayLee Reynolds

Spanish Fork Football Celebrates Senior Night

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 10/25/2010 - 11:37
Despite their win on Thursday night against their in-town rivals Maple Mountain, the night was still an emotional one. Emotions were high all night, and the Dons won their game by nearly 20 points, but as soon as the final whistle blew and the Dons had rung the victory bell, senior emotions started to show. It was the long dreaded senior night. The football seniors were honored with fireworks, a loving crowd, and much more. Seniors include, Travis Still, Cody Duncan, Pj Inoke, Sean Leifson, Isaac Asiata, Chase James, Jordan Stephens, Jerron Orton, and Tyson Galovich.
Cody Duncan