December 2015

Hard Work Pays Off for Students

Attributions: 
by Rillene Nielsen

Here at SFJH, it pays to have ‘Cs’, ‘Bs’, and ‘As’ before the holidays.   Every week during December, each student at Spanish Fork Junior has an opportunity to be rewarded for their hard work.  To qualify, students must have no grade lower than a ‘C’. 

This week’s winners are listed below.

Robert Colby Davis - 10.00

Kabren Baller - 5.00

Levi Skaggs - 5.00

Kalyn Barker - 5.00

Ashley Ortiz-Coronado - 5.00

 

Mighty SFJH Lobos Make It a 4-0 Start to the Season

Attributions: 
by Garrett Johnson with Rillene Nielsen

The Spanish Fork Lobos’ were howling after last night’s win over the Knights of Springville Junior High.  In front of a white-out crowd, the boys’ team defeated SVJH 81-71.  According to Coach Johnson, the boys play with skill and heart.  Here is his report.

“The boys’ basketball team came into Thursday's game with a 3 and 0 record, and looked to remain undefeated against a good and also undefeated Springville team.”

Mighty SFJH Lobos Make It a 4-0 Start to the Season

Attributions: 
by Garrett Johnson with Rillene Nielsen

The Spanish Fork Lobos’ were howling after last night’s win over the Knights of Springville Junior High.  In front of a white-out crowd, the boys’ team defeated SVJH 81-71.  According to Coach Johnson, the boys play with skill and heart.  Here is his report.

“The boys’ basketball team came into Thursday's game with a 3 and 0 record, and looked to remain undefeated against a good and also undefeated Springville team.”

Last Second Lay-up Beats Cavemen

Attributions: 
By Garrett Johnson and Rillene Nielsen

In a final second squeaker, the SFJH boys’ basketball team beat the American Fork Cavemen in front of an enthusiastic Spanish Fork crowd.  At the buzzer the score was 42-41.

The Lobos battled with the Cavemen in front of a packed house.  Earlier in the afternoon, the Lady Lobos decisively beat the Cavewomen by almost 20 points.  But the boys had their work cut out for them.

Here’s what Coach Johnson reported

American Fork Cavewomen Fall to Lady Lobos

Attributions: 
By Shea Harmer and Rillene Nielsen

Last night, here on the home court, our Lady Lobos outshot the Cavewomen from American Fork Junior by almost 20 points.  Here are Coach Harmer’s thoughts on last night’s win.

“The Lady Lobos hosted the American Fork Cavewomen in their first home game of the season.”

“The Lady Lobos got off to a great start and held a solid lead the entire game. The girls were confident and kept their heads and soundly beat the Cavemen 41-26.”

Important stats from the December 1st game:

Tessa Clayton had 14 points (two 3 pointers)

Courtney Davis had 12 points

Boys Basketball Off to a Great Start

Attributions: 
by Rillene Nielsen

This morning, Coach Johnson reported that our SFJH boys basketball team pulverized Diamond Fork yesterday with a score of 52-36.  Ouch!

This continues a the Lobos winning season which started last week with a close 49-43 win over Pleasant Grove.

Great job men!

 

Lady Lobos Crush Diamond Fork

Attributions: 
by Shea Harmer and Rillene Nielsen

Cross-town rivalries are always intense.  And for Spanish Fork Junior High, the rivalry with Diamond Fork Junior is nothing if not passionate. 

On November 30th, our girls basketball team visited DFJH—visited them with destruction!  Here is a report of the game from Coach Harmer.

“Today’s rivalry game was a tough one for the Lady Lobos as they are coming off a five-day break.  However, Kristin Rhees and Maya Yeates got the ball rolling with a lot of steals converted to easy buckets.”

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