Girl’s Volleyball

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By Alexis Proctor

This fall, the girls’ volleyball team completed a full schedule.  Their season started in August and lasted until October 23rd.  The volleyball team had an amazing season playing 7 preseason games and 10 regional games.  The team was mostly successful with some wins and some losses. 

Our Lobos played all over Utah including Hillcrest, Clearfield, Payson, Carbon, and of course at home.  The coaching staff includes: Andrew Richards and his Assistants Diana Troyer, Kenneth Ainge, and Michele Morley.  The girls did great and can’t wait for next year! Thanks for the amazing season!

Lady Lobo Hoops are Ready for the Season to Start

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By Alexis Proctor

On November 5, 9th grade girls had an amazing chance to tryout for the epic Lobos basketball team.  There was lots of talent at the tryouts.  Sadly only 11 people can be on the basketball team.  Those amazing and gifted players are, Jamie Andrews, Sammy Hunt, Shawni Barnett, Payton Sorenson, Marisa Bradford, Alyssa Elquist, Elise Wilson, Cheyenne Dowley, Kayley Hudson, Jodi Lundquist, and Lauren Roberts. 

Cross Country Finish Strong

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By Alexis Proctor

The Lobos Cross Country team just finished an amazing season!  With a team of 26 fabulous runners and two coaches, they have made the best of the Cross Country season!

Our Lobos traveled to four different Junior Highs. Each Cross Country meet was held after school on Fridays.  The district finals were held on October 8.  They did a fantastic job, with the girls taking 4th out of all the schools, and the boys taking 5th. 

9th Grade Boy’s Hoops Ready For Great Season

On November 9th- 12th, the 9th grade boys from our school got a chance to try out for the Spanish Fork Freshman Basketball Team!  It was a very fun and exciting tryout. The amazing and talented 9th graders that made the team include, Branden Christensen, Austin Theure, Brandon Archibald, Isaac Pendleton, Devin Argyle, Nathan Cannon, Riley Daniels, Garret Hales, Max Clayton, Tanner Parker, and Michael Whittaker, These boys are very stoked to be a part of the Freshman basketball team! 

SFJH Performs in a Band Bash

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By: Jacob Hardman

Have you ever heard a 7th   grader play a French Horn with a 12th Grade Trumpeter? The result was the first ever Spanish Fork Band Bash! SFJH Band Students combined with Spanish Fork High School to create a spectacular performance.

Mr. Wendell said, “The Band Bash is here to provide music students an experience of playing with experts. It shows them, ‘This is where I am going to be, and this is where I was.’”

Teacher Feature: Mrs. Myers

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By Madi Welling

Can you guess who this teacher is?  This is her first year teaching full time at SFJH but her fifth year teaching. She teaches CTE Introduction, Agricultural Science, Animal Science, and FFA students. If you guessed Mrs. Dobson you are wrong! If you guessed Mrs. Myers you are correct!

Teacher Feature: Mr. Bingham

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By Nate Chandler

Mr. Bingham has been teaching for a total of 30 years, counting this year. He taught two years here then taught 23 more at the high school. After that, he then came back to this school and taught five more years.

For those of you that don't know, Mr. Bingham really likes snowmen because of their shape. His favorite number is eight, and the number eight looks like a snowman!

7th Graders Visit Historical Monument

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By Tristan Anderson

On Tuesday, October 9th, Mr. LeMmon and Mrs. Lundgren's 7th grade Utah Studies classes visited, This is the Place Monument. The students seemed to enjoy the trip, and the stories that the workers told. 

The monument is there to honor the LDS pioneers who entered the Salt Lake Valley in 1847 lead by Brigham Young. As Brigham Young looked out over the valley of The Great Salt Lake, he spoke the words, “This is the place .” The pioneers called this land Zion, meaning “The Pure in Heart,” or “The Chosen Place.”

The Principal’s Principles

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By Nate Chandler

Mr. Fleming is the leader of our “pack.”  This reporter was able to interview him about our school and ways education can help students.

Mr. Fleming wanted all of the students to, “Be grateful for your teachers and trust them.” He said that students should thank them frequently for all that they do for them, that students should try to get the most out of their classes.  They will be grateful for it in the end. When he was a teacher it felt really good for a student to come up to him and thank him for the job he was doing.

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