September 2011

Teacher in the Spotlight

Attributions: 
By Tori Thomas—Editor-in-Chief

Do you know our school librarian, Mr. Huff? If not, here are some interesting facts about him.

           His dream job was to be an undertaker, and he reached that dream when he became the owner of a mortuary. After 14 years he sold it to become a teacher.

CTE Students Experience Zoo-Mania

Attributions: 
By Ashlee Johnson—School News Editor

For ten years, Zoo-Mania has inspired children to follow their dreams to becoming marine biologists, zoo keepers, small animal and exotic animal veterinarians, and many other professions dealing with animals.

Instead of viewing the animals through glass Zoo-Mania enables kids to view the animals up close.  Sometimes they even get to pet the animals, like Tank the Tortoise or Hercules the Snake.  Even Waldo the Green Winged Macaw loves to play with students!

SFJH Women’s Tennis Ready to Serve It Up

Attributions: 
By Tristan Anderson—Assistant Editor-in-Chief

This year’s girls tennis teams for SFJHS seems like a great group of girls!  The Lobo Howl would like to congratulate the team.  Here is this year’s roster:

Varsity

Alli Brinton, Andrea Findlay, Karley Holmes, Kenzi Hancock, Madi Wanner, Nicole Hair, Sydnie Davis, Tessa Christensen

Junior Varsity

Alison Damon, Amanda Ith, Aubree Beckstrand, Bailey Smith, Cierra Memott, Elsie Wilson, Emily Miller, Jamie Andrews, Laruen Gammel, Amanda Taylor

Intramural

Amanda Taylor, Becca Fabis, Courtney Billat, Katie Stutz, Kimberly Bramall, Lindsey Olsen,

Spanish Fork Frosh Hold Opponents To Zero

Attributions: 
By Janelle Slater—Assistant School News Editor

This year Spanish Fork High School’s freshman football team has been doing amazing!  They have won all of their games, making them undefeated.  Their Head Coach is Aaron Hupes, with Coach McGwire, Moses, and Jones as assistants.  They’re doing a great job at coaching these players.

Jason Money, QB, and David Matheson, defensive tackle and left guard, report that they have been practicing all summer four times a week, doing stretches, one on one drills, and scrimmaging.

Danny Badger and Others Run for Salem Cross Country

Attributions: 
By Janelle Slater—Assistant School News Editor

“It’s hard on me. . . but yeah, it’s fun,” was among the things Danny Badger said about being on SHHS Cross Country Team.  He, along with three others from SFJHS, joined Salem Hill’s Cross Country Team.  So far they have had three meets: the Pre-Region Invitational, the Utah County Invitational and the Grass Relays.  At press time, they were looking forward to going to the Wasatch Invitational on Saturday, September 10th, at Solider Hollow.

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