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SFHS Tennis Team Members Are Region Champs!

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This past week the Spanish Fork boy’s tennis team won the title of Region Champions in Region 8, hands down. These boys dominated in the varsity with only two second placers at the lowest. As a team they dominated, but also individually with five first placers and two second. Trevor West, Cade Sermershein, Taylor Christensen, Jesse Ross and Ben Rosenbaum took the gold along with Braden Beckstrom and Tyrel Prior grabbing the silver. This is the first time that tennis has claimed the region title in 34 years with the last title being in 1976.

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by Michael Stone

SFHS Drama Department Are Superior at State Competition

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On Thursday, April 15th and Saturday, April 17th, the Drama Department at Spanish Fork High School had the opportunity to attend State Tournament for individual events and one act plays. The tournament was held at Mountain View High School in Orem. Many of the students did very well in their individual events. Bethany Hutchinson and Hannah Carson each received straight superiors in contemporary scenes. Katie Cable and Matthew Cole received overall superior in classical scenes. Jen Grzybowski also received overall superior in dramatic monologues.
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by Hyrum Heward

SFHS Student Wins New Car at Key to Success Assembly

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On April 27, 2010, the annual Keys to Success assembly was held at Spanish Fork High School. This annual assembly brings together the entire school and a select number of students honored for their achievements with the chance at winning that free car. This year the car was a stunning 2002 Jaguar X-Type with only a minor blemish on the rear bumper, but hey, it’s a Jaguar! Are you really going to complain when you’r e handed the opportunity of winning a free Jaguar?! I didn’t think so!
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by Tommy Staheli

Keys to Success Announces Scholarhip Winner

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On April 27th, 2010, Spanish Fork High School held its annual Keys to Success assembly. At this yearly event, Ken Garff not only gives away a new car, but they also give away a $1,000 scholarship to a lucky SFHS student. This year’s lucky winner of that scholarship was Mackenzi Berns, a Spanish Fork High School senior. She said, “I was so nervous right before they announced the winner; my legs were shaking! Then I was in shock when they called my name! I even screamed a little I was so happy!” Mackenzi is already on track to go to Utah Valley University this fall.
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by Mallory Murphy