January 2016

Lady Lobos Win Last Three

By Shea Harmer with Rillene Nielsen

The Lady Lobos took on the Provo Bulldogs on January 5th, 2016, after a long Christmas break.  Although it had been almost 3 weeks since their last game, the girls were ready to play.  Here is a report from Coach Shea Harmer.

“Our girls played awesome!  Provo was a very physical and aggressive team but we held our own and didn't let them dictate the game.  The Lady Lobos held Provo to only scoring 6 points the entire second half with zero points being scored in the 4th quarter.  This led to a victory of 41-18.”

Top scorers were:

Maya Yeates (10 pts)

Lobo Basketball Update

By Garrett Johnson with Rillene Nielsen

It’s been a while, but the SFJH Lobos’ basketball team has not been idle.  Here is a report we recently got from Coach Johnson.

“The boys’ basketball team returned from the long Christmas break ready to go.  They defeated cross-town rival Diamond Fork in a very physical game here at home.” 

“They took to the court again on Monday against Springville on the road.  The team started off quick and intense.  Never looking back, they cruised to a big win over the Knights.” 

Lobo Update 1/6/16


Parents, Students and Friends –

 End of Second Term

It’s go time!  Second Term ends next Thursday, January 14th and most teachers will cut off grades at the beginning of next week... So that means only a few days are left to check with teachers and get any missing work gathered, completed and turned in.

Student Schedule Changes for Next Semester

Wise Man Visits Spanish Class at SFJH

by Rillene Nielsen

A robed and bearded stranger was seen walking the halls of Spanish Fork Junior High this morning carrying boxes and boxes of cake.  Curious students and faculty followed him into Mr. Travis Moss’ room.  Interestingly enough, Mr. Moss was nowhere to be found, but the wise looking gentleman said that he was, indeed, a Wise Man, come from the East to bear good tidings and cake to all who would listen.  He then proceeded to teach Señor. Moss’ Spanish students about “El Dia de Reyes” –Three Kings Day—which is the culmination of the twelve days of Christmas in many Latin American countries.