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Beginning The Game With A Bang

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/24/2010 - 11:27

Friday,  September 17 was Spanish Fork’s Homecoming game against Uintah. The stands were filled with students and fans.  The game ball was delivered in a very unique way.  Ryli Sutch was dressed as the Don mascot, geared up with boots, spandex, mustache and all.  He used his very own horse and loped onto the field embracing the game ball.  The reaction was huge; the crowd went wild, and it started the game out exciting and loud. He handed the ball to the referee and the game began.

Leslie Beck

Homecoming Assembly at SFHS IS Rock Solid

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 16:28
Friday, September 17, 2010, Spanish Fork High School once again had its big Homecoming Assembly. Alumni from the class of 1991 came to the high school to help pump up the spirit for the game against Uintah. The Alumni helped Spanish Fork High School students experience what it was like to be in the high school in 1991. Old football clips and technology demonstrated how much life has changed in 20 years. The quarterback from 1991 can still throw a great pass shown by passing a football to Hayden Nelson, the current quarterback. Chan Staheli was introduced as the Ashi-Baba for 2010-2011.
by Bonnie Miller, Leeza Stephens, and Dayne Stone

Powder-Puff Football Shows Girl Power

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 16:25
Tuesday, September 14th Spanish Fork High School held their annual Powder-puff Football game, the one time in the year when boys and girls get to switch places. Girls get the chance to be aggressive flag football players, while the guys dress up in their showy costumes for the Las Enchiladas (the boy version of cheerleaders). Whitney Nielson, a competitor said, “It was very fun, but very intense. Don’t play unless you’re ready to get your game on.” Each game was played on half of the field with seven minute halves.
by Hannah Carson

Marching One Step at a Time

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 16:23
Performing their show “Russia”, the Spanish Fork High School marching band gets ready to start competition season by spending the night performing basic drills, warm-ups, and their show for family and friends on Monday, September 13th. Following their performance, the band members allowed friends and family under the age of 14, to come down and learn how to march, and get a close up of the instruments. Katie Stansworth, this year’s drum major when asked about Monday’s performance said, “We did a great job.
Alyssa Wright

SFHS Celebrates with Fiesta Party and Movie Night

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 16:21
“Ain’t no party like an SF PARTY Uh UH! HUH!” Spanish Fork High School came out with a bang into homecoming week by throwing their annual Fiesta! Everyone started to feel the fire and energy for homecoming Wednesday night, where there was a volleyball tournament, food, and a pool party. The night was a huge success! The Dons even broke a record for the most high school kids swimming in a pool! Not only was there swimming and volleyball, but there was also a giant slippin’ slide and dance music. The students had a good time hanging out, playing in the water, and kicking up the sand!
Morgan Hansen