Spanish Fork Girls Soccer Wins Again

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Goal! Spanish Forks Girls soccer team has done it again!  The Dons JV soccer team just finished off an amazing season.  They had 11 wins, 1 tie, and 1 loss.  They have four great coaches led by head coach Dennis Gillie.

Four Lady Dons are from from Spanish Fork Junior High! They are, Taylor Jones, Lauren Roberts, Bailey Smith, and Adah Tuttle.   Each of them plays an important position on the team.  Taylor plays midfielder, Lauren ,Bailey, and Adah play forward. 

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By Alexis Proctor

Cross Country Lobos—First to Cross the Finish Line!

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The SFJH Lobo cross country team has competed in another amazing race and done well. On Friday the 28th of September, they competed against the Payson and Salem teams.  They ran around the Salem Jr. High, including the athletic fields, two times for the mile and one half course.  The girls ran first then the boys.  They were excited to run. 

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By Sydney White

Shakespearian Players Attend Renaissance Fair

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The Drama Club went to the Renaissance Fair held earlier this month up in Provo Canyon at Timpanogos Park , to practice their Shakespeare routines in front of a crowd. They did a great job preforming.  This opportunity helped them get ready to go to Cedar City this month.

The Renaissance Fair showed club members what life was like during the middle age for the peasants and rulers.

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By Taten Knapp

Art and Science Combine As Students Learn About Cells

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Spanish Fork Jr. High was a multicolored mix of animal and plant cells when students from Mr. Hallam's Biology class drew “Cell Art” around the school.

Students got to choose what type of cells they would draw: animal or plant. There were many types of cells on the sidewalks, and lots people noticed them because of their large size and bright colors.  The cells had all the necessary organelles from the mitochondria to the chloroplasts.

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By Jacob Hardman

Leave it Unsaid: Lying is a Drug

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Lying comes easily to some but harder to others. As human beings we are cursed.  We use lying in our everyday lives. Like food and water, some people survive on lying. For some, it has gotten them either further in life; for others it’s gotten them nowhere. Check your self; have you ever ignored the truth to tell a lie?

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by: Tristan Anderson

Honors Math Field Trip

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On Friday, October 19th, the Honors Math classes took a field trip to Kennecott Bingham Copper Mine.  It was fun and informative.  First of all, we found out some cool facts about the mine and the equipment from one of the guides.  Did you know that the mine is 3/4 of a mile deep and 2 3/4 miles wide?  One of the big dump trucks is as big as an average two-story house and carries between 250 to 320 tons of ore!!  It takes 1000 gallons of gas to fill the tank and the tires cost $32,000 EACH and are about 12 feet tall.  Wow!!!  Some of the students an

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Mrs. Coxson