We Love Our Veterans

Mt Loafer Elementary News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:56pm
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In case you missed it, we had a wonderful Veterans Day assembly last Monday in honor of our veterans. We started out with the students singing " America the Beautiful" to our veterans. Then, the American Legion provided a wonderful program for our students. Thank you to all the Veterans and for keeping our country safe.

Check out our two videos from the assembly found on Instagram at @mtloafergrizzlies and our facebook page. 

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Announcements for the week of November 20

Springville High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:56pm
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Please open the PDF for this week's announcements on: Cinderella play (closing night), SHS Booster Club silent auction, dinner and girls/boys basketball red and blue scrimmage game, December Driver's Ed and Quiz bowl.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Eagle Buck Redeemed!

Art City Elementary News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:50pm
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Art City Students in Mrs. LeMmon's class show they are Safe, Respectful and Responsible by the choices they make every day while in school.  They earned ten Eagle Bucks and redeemed them for their picture on the school website!

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Article: Meet Valeria Thomas

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:16pm
Attributions: Article by Taylor Benson - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Valeria Thomas is a new student here at Springville Junior High School. She moved to Springville from San Jose California. Valeria has long brown hair and is tall. She has very pretty eyes and is so nice. She loves to hangout with friends and play volleyball. She enjoys her new school, but misses her old school Ida Price Middle School.

Valeria instantly made a friend when she entered the school. Halle Platt took her on a tour of the school. She now eats lunch with Halle and all of Halle’s friends which are now her friends too. She likes most of her classes she is taking but especially loves P.E. with Mr. Chambers. Her favorite thing about Springville Jr. High is quest time. Ashley Eves says she met Valeria for the first time when Halle brang her to lunch. She instantly loved her.

Sadie Holdaway said, “She is a really cool girl. Her outfits are always so cute!” Valeria is so happy and positive even though she had to leave her old friends and her home. If you haven’t met Valeria you are missing out! She’s awe some!

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: Penny Wars

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:14pm
Attributions: Article by Stazie Killpack - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Penny wars is an international competition usually between the schools grades. Schools all over the world do this to raise money for charities, natural disasters, and anything they feel are in need of. This year at SJHS we have decided to use our fundraising money for the people in Puerto Rico.

Mrs. Edman ,one of our spanish teachers, family lives in Puerto Rico and has lived there in the past, so this year's donation really hits home for her. “My family was fortunately spared by Hurricane Maria in that their homes suffered structural damage but were not completely destroyed. They were all safe.  The 50 days since Maria have been the most difficult.  They have spent a majority of that time without drinkable water or any running water, and without electricity.  Like most people on the island, clothes are washed in a nearby creek or river as well as bathing.  Expensive propane tanks and/or generators are now keeping homes and hospitals functioning. My elderly uncle Tony, who is only able to eat food in a pureed form, struggled the most right after Maria.  My aunt, without electricity, was not able to puree his food.  She was able to catch a flight two weeks after Maria and fly with Tony to Florida. Once he arrived in Florida, he was hospitalized and is now recuperating.  People are eating lots of canned food/non-perishables and building fire pits in their yards so they can cook.  Slowly, more and more people are getting electricity in their homes so they can cook a decent meal. My cousins that have small children have had their kids at home this entire time.  Very few children are able to return to school due to the lack of water and/or electricity in the schools.  The little kids think they are on some sort of weird vacation but the reality is that the Puerto Rican government is considering having school through the entire summer of 2018 or having students repeat the school year. Nearly all of the island's cell phone towers were destroyed so telephone communication was impossible for several weeks.  It was hard for mainland Puerto Ricans to not be able to communicate with the family on the island. Not knowing how the family in Puerto Rico was doing was the most agonizing time for me and my parents who live in California. Communication is now possible but it meant that children and teens on the island had to find new and varied ways to spend their time. The good news is that they had to learn to play board games, do puzzles, color, and play outside more than ever before.”

Michelle Pioquinto, a ninth grade girl, says that she really does enjoy penny wars. “It’s a fun way to raise money for a good cause.”

Penny wars is one of the best ways to donate money to a good cause. So if you haven’t already, DO IT!

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: Basketball!!

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:12pm
Attributions: Article by Karly Bracken - SJHS Student Staff Writer

The first basketball hoops were actually just peach baskets, a basket used to carry peaches, and the first backboards were made of wire.  Basketball is a game played between two teams of five in which goals are scored by throwing a ball through a netted hoop fixed at each end of the court.  Many people play Basketball.

Ella Peterson, an eighth grade student at Springville Junior High School, has been playing basketball for about nine years.  She plays Shooting guard and Point guard.  When asked why she likes playing basketball, she responds, “Lebron James is a big inspiration in my life and made me want to play basketball.”  Lebron James plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers.  When you are in ninth grade you have the opportunity to try out for the school basketball team.  Ella said that she is definitely trying out.

 Ashlee Edwards, an eighth grader at Springville Junior High School, responded to the question What is your favorite part about basketball? She answered, “I like basketball because you get to work together as a team and you have a lot of fun while doing so.”  Basketball is a team sport that requires everybody on the team to be playing and doing their best.  The main positions that Ashley plays are Forward or point guard.  

In conclusion, basketball is a very fun sport that a lot of people like to play.  Driggs Ellison, and eighth grader at Springville Junior High School, loves basketball.  He said that he is definitely going to try out for basketball next year.  In basketball there are two teams of eight playing each other.  Five from each team playing each other, and three on the bench from each team.  Are you going to try out for basketball?

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: National Anthem sung by Master Singers “Oh, say can you see,” Mrs. Utrera’s choir sing at the basketball game!

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:03pm
Attributions: Article by Emily Snyder - SJHS Student Staff Writer

As some of you probably know, the Master Singers get the opportunity to go and sing about a BYU men’s basketball game every year. Mrs. Utrera, the choir teacher, says “This started 4 years ago when BYU sent out an email asking schools to sign up to sing. It was perfect timing because I had decided that Master Singers would learn the National Anthem that year and have it ready to use if we ever needed it. That year was the 200th anniversary of the National Anthem so it was the first thing we learned that year. We were ready and able when the invitation came to sign up and get a slot.  We have been privileged to be invited back each year since then. It has become a great tradition.”

This year was pretty different according to Christine White, a ninth grader girl. She says, “We didn’t do quite as well as last year, even though we have more people.” As for being ready, Amanda Gardner says she thinks they are because the National Anthem is an easier song to learn. Mrs. Utrera also says, “They are definitely ready for this performance. They have worked hard to learn their parts. There are always things I can find to improve on, but usually just getting up in front of the audience brings the improvements that I want to make.” So you could say they were ready and did well.

As most things, there are favorite parts and least favorite parts. The excitement of lining up to go on and sing, with the possibility of a camera being on you, was Christine’s favorite part. Amanda says, “My favorite part was before we were going to sing because a bunch of my friends and I played games and got food!”

So all in all, the trip was a success, and hopefully they get invited back to sing again next year. Good job Master Singers!

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Brookside 5th Grade Students Create State Floats For Exhibit

Brookside Elementary News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:03pm
Attributions: Miss Susie Bird
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The fifth graders have been learning about the states and capitals of the United States of America.  They were asked to create a state float and complete a packet about their state.  They learned a lot about their state and did an amazing job on their floats.

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Ice Skating Trip!

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:03pm
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HALF-DAY ICE SKATING TRIP
Any 7th, 8th or 9th grader that has an “S” in citizenship is invited!!! 
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29TH --- 8:30am-11:30am
We will be ice skating at the Peaks Ice Arena in Provo!
There is a $10 fee, which includes transportation, admission, and skates!!!
YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE AND TURN IN THE PERMISSION FORMS IN ORDER TO ATTEND!
Sign up with Coach Denter today!!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Article: Recent Super Knights

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:02pm
Attributions: Article by Elizabella Francom and Cheyenne Skinner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Recently SJHS had a assembly where thirteen students were congratulated on their behavior. SJHS calls that being a Super Knight. Being a super knight is being amazing and going out of your way to help other people. You are recognized for being a good student and helping others when you don’t have to. Every single one of the thirteen students helped and did extra for someone else many, many, times. Which is why they are super knights. Every month two students are chosen from each grade one boy and girl. We have a assembly every two months to congratulate them. This term was different from others because there were thirteen super knights. There was a tie between Nash Scott and Jack Taylor.

When the super knights were called up they all had different feelings going through there minds. A lot of them were surprised like Jack Taylor was super surprised and was happy that you get a fun little trophy thing. A lot of them did not know what they were feeling when they were called up like Tim Cluff “ I had cross feelings about being a super knight I was surprised and happy.” If you were a super knight what would you feel? Being a super knight would be so amazing.

The students experience was interesting. Like how they had to give their trophy back to the administration after the first assembly. Audrey Hawkins, a super knight, said, “They gave us the Trophy, then took it back, and then gave it back to us.” They also had to miss a little bit of school because they got to go to both assembly’s. Except when asked how the students thought about going to both assembly’s they thought it was not that fun. It is very interesting when you think about what happens to the super knights at the assembly. These things you would not think about, looking at the super knights.

You may be wondering if the students did anything in particular to become a Super Knight, and the answer is sort of! Tim Cluff said, “I made my teachers smile every day!” So maybe to become a Super Knight you just have to do small things. However that isn’t the only thing.  Jack Taylor said, “I did nothing in particular, just don’t mess around.” There is so many things you can do to become super knight like Audrey hawkins who said, “I personally did my best, so I could help out!” In the end it is the students who try to make our school a better place that get to be a super knight.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: The fight between Books and Movies

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:01pm
Attributions: Article by Ashlee Bayles - SJHS Student Staff Writer

In the epic battle of reading and watching TV the students of Springville Junior High, more often than not, choose to read instead of watching the big screen!  Ever since the TV has come into our world people of every nationality have had to choose where their loyalty lies.  While the TV can easily be chosen as the favorite, some people just can’t choose between the two.  For many years now parents have mostly approved of reading which may have more sway in the kids opinion of books and movies than they realized.    

The first question that the students were asked was Book or Movie, and why.  Jane Wilson, a ninth grader at Springville Junior, proclaimed, “Book, because they are more descriptive and you can connect with the characters better that way.  It allows you to imagine and visualize what is going on in the book.”  Another ninth grader named Jacob Gee said the it really depends on the book or movie.  He goes on to explain that while the Harry Potter book is better he would rather watch the Lord of the Rings movie because the book is boring.  Laurissa Blakey, an eighth grader, confessed, “Books because they describe thoughts and feelings of the characters better than a movie.  Books are also the more correct version seeing as how they were made first.”  

Max Whipple, an eighth grader, said, “No my favorite book does not have a movie and I am happy it does not, because it would ruin the story.  The other thing the movie would not do is correctly portray the character unlike the book.”  Lilli Killpack, a seventh grader, said that her favorite book does not have a movie, but that she likes the book because it is descriptive and the movie does not do that very well.  Gibson Condie, another seventh grader, simply stated, “Not yet, my favorite book is Michael Vey and it is really interesting and fun to read.”  Jacob Gee said that his favorite book is Harry Potter and he feels that the movie was really well done when compared to the book.  

Laurissa Blakey said, “My favorite movie came after the book and it is Lord of the Rings.  I like it because it is really funny, it has good special effects, and the characters are good.”  Gibson Condie said that his favorite movie is Emperor's New Groove and that it came before the book.  He later goes on to explain that it is his favorite because, “it is really funny.”  Jacob Gee states, “My favorite movie came after the book and it is Percy Jackson, and I don’t know why, but I just like it.”  

When asked what movie was most well done compared to the book Jane, Max, and Gibson all said that they believed that the Harry Potter movies were well done.  One of the main things they said was the movie left things out, but it was still well done.  Jacob said, “Because it is based off of facts from the books, the third Lord of the Rings extended version that lasts five hours is the most well done.”  Laurissa said the she thinks Holes is the most well done out of books compared to movies because her sister said that the lines are almost exactly the same.  

When asked if they would rather sit around reading or watching TV only one student said that they would rather sit around reading instead of watching TV.  Two out of the six students said that they would rather watch TV because it is more relaxing and reading makes them dizzy.  The other half of the students said that it solely depended on their mood.  Now think about it when faced with the dilemma of choosing movie or book would you go to the big screen or the small box?

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: All About Kelsey

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 1:00pm
Attributions: Article by Amanda Gardner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

There are so many people at our school you might not know. Kelsey Sumsion is a ninth grader here at SJHS and an awesome person. She has been on the SHS tennis team and loves theater and music. Read on to find out her deepest secrets.

Just kidding! I tricked you, but there are some interesting things about kelsey you might want to know. In fact, Kelsey said that if she were to be a plant she would be a sunflower. Kelsey’s favorite pudding flavor is butterscotch and if she were to have a superpower it would be to fly. Her life motto is, “Eyes up do the work.” If she were to be put in a pit full of snakes or spiders, she would choose spiders.

Kelsey says if her personality was a color it would be, “Red, that’s my personality test color.” In that test it says red is the leader and they are decisive, determined, and demanding. They are logical and whenever you are in need of someone to do a good job, you get a red. They are also independent and speak their mind.

Emma says she loves Kelsey’s loudness. Mckay Dalley says, “My favorite thing is that she is really happy all the time.” Christy, another ninth grader at SJHS, says she loves Kelsey’s funnyness and sense of humor. Victoria Hunt said about Kelsey, “She is just always an upbeat person and is always happy and really fun to be around.”

Get to know Kelsey because she is awesome!

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: Jazz vs. Mavericks!!

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:56pm
Attributions: Article by Taylor Benson - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Have you ever been to a jazz game? If you have you know how awesome it is! If you haven’t, picture this.. At seven o’clock on October thirtieth 2017, in the Salt Lake Vivint Smart Home Arena; the Jazz versed the Mavericks.The seats were filled with mostly Jazz fans. The crowd screamed with blue, yellow, green, and white. In front of you, the NBA Jazz team enters.

 

The smell of fluffy pretzels and nacho cheese fills the arena. The floor vibrates from the beat of the music. When suddenly, the game begins. Very tall men sprint across the floor chasing the ball. The Mavericks run across the court and shoot for the basket.. inch by inch it flies through the air. It’s almost touched the rim when one of the Jazz players blocks it! They all run across the court and the jazz shoots and scores! The crowd roars in excitement to cheer on their team . The Mavericks coach is red hot with anger. Basket after basket the Jazz and Mavericks kept scoring. Suddenly, the Mavericks make a comeback and are in the lead. They stayed ahead for a while. But in the end the Jazz come and beat them with an ending score of 89-104.

 

The Jazz game gives you great opportunities to not only experience an incredible game, but to also get a chance to be on the jumbotron! The jumbotron is a huge screen that shows a close up action shots of the players during their game. At half time or at time outs if you’re dancing or doing something noticeable, they will make sure you’re on it! Don’t miss out on a Jazz game. It really is a memorable experience.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article:The Ugly Little Words of the World

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:56pm
Attributions: Article by: Stazie Killpack - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Everyone has a little word that they cannot stand hearing, for most it’s moist while others it’s things like squelch or curd. And for the students at SJHS, it’s no different.

Colin Gwilliams, a ninth grade boy, says that he cannot stand the phrase “totes ma goats”. “I don’t understand how anyone can say that, I absolutely hate it.” Felicity Fleshner, an eighth grade girl, says that she hates the word moist. “I don’t think that it’s the actual word that’s the problem, it just sounds gross because the word is about something gross.” And that seemed to be a popular opinion, Neveah Chavez and Evan Lyons both said the same things. What are words that you can’t stand hearing?

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: Which Side?

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:54pm
Attributions: Article by Raquel Marquez - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Batman, Superman, Cat-Woman, Wonderwoman, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Joker. Some of the main fictional characters owned by DC comics, we adore them. Iron man, Thor, Captain America, Winter Soldier, Black Widow, Loki, Ant-man, Spiderman, Deadpool, Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, The Hulk, Hawk Eye, Quick Silver, Captain Marvel, the She-Hulk etc.. Characters from a different and major comic company known as Marvel. All of these heroes and heroines are loved by people, especially teens and those who have a quirk. Those who are a part of many different fandoms like DC and Marvel, but the real question is, which side do you prefer? Questions like that could potentially start a civil war within fandoms as well as these bad puns. If you’re a Marvel fan, you’ll get the reference. If you aren’t, that’s okay, but let’s all take a breath and find out what some of our very own students around the school think.

First off, we must know if they read or if they even like comic books. Alexa Child and Hayden Bott are 7th graders who both enjoy the presence of comics. Moving onto 8th grade. Elizabeth Perez and Tiger/Porter Ogden. Although Lizzy, doesn’t love them,she’ll read them. Last but not least, what do some of our high schoolers think about comics? Do they like them or not? Well, guess what? Jennifer, Frida, and Ricky all love comics. Now, think about this: do you enjoy comics? If so, what kind?

Let’s all be honest here, whenever we get into some sort of fandom, we all have a favorite character. The real question is, who do all these students have as their favorite? And who do you think they picked? Well, it’s not surprising Batman is a favorite DC character to most people like Alexa, Hayden, Tiger, Jennifer, and Ricky. Elizabeth’s favorite DC heroine is none other than Poison Ivy. Frida? Well, she chose Beast Boy, one of the Teen Titans. Even though he likes Marvel, Hayden doesn’t have a favorite character, but for the other students, it’s a wide variety. Both Jennifer and Elizabeth love Black Widow. Frida likes Ms. Marvel, Tiger adores Deadpool for his sarcasm, and Ricky went with a classic; Spiderman. So, who is yours from both worlds?

Now, things take a slight turn here. All of those who have an inner nerd or those who are just open about it, here’s your chance to find out what their favorite movies are. Let’s start off by finding out which DC movies are favored. As of June 2017, the action filled movie, Wonder Woman was a big step for DC. Within our school and out of the nine students in this article, Wonder Woman was chosen as the favorite by Elizabeth, Frida, and Kaia. For Tiger, Daniel, and Ricky, Batman was the favorite DC. To be more specific, the Dark Knight Trilogy was Daniel’s answer.

With DC movies out of the way, it’s time to know what Marvel movie made it to number one for them. With Marvel, there was a color spectrum of its films. 8th grader Elizabeth Perez loves Guardians of the Galaxy: vol. 1, while Tiger Ogden chose Spiderman: Homecoming. Onto our 9th graders with Jennifer as another Guardians of the Galaxy fan, and Ricky Balderama sticking to the classics as he went with the 2002 version of Spiderman. Frida tends to like movies or characters that are most likely underrated because Ant-man made it onto the top of their list. For Daniel Boggess, he’s stuck between choosing Civil War and Spiderman: Homecoming. Finally, we have Kaia Lowe, who went ahead and prefers Captain America: The First Avenger. Thumbs up! So, what are your favorite movies from both DC and Marvel?

Don’t leave just yet because we are going to find out who their favorite actor/actress is. Not only from one side though. For the DC actors/actresses, it’s a tie between Gal Gadot(Wonder Woman) and Ben Affleck(Batman) yet again. For our Marvel actors/actresses, Frida chose Chris Pratt, Daniel went with Chris Evans, and Jennifer and Ricky both chose Chris Hemsworth. Besides that, Elizabeth and Kaia prefer Scarlett Johansson. Now who are your favorite actors/actresses?

Finally, the one question that could potentially start a fandom war is, which side do they all prefer? Marvel or DC? For all of you DC fans, Alexa, Tiger, and Daniel prefer this universe. Also, always remember Frida’s wise words,”DC deserves some love”.  Now for all of you Marvel geeks, Kaia, Jennifer, Hayden, Elizabeth, and Ricky are with you on this one. So, which side do you prefer? And who are your heroes?

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Article: Socs vs. Greasers

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:53pm
Attributions: Article by Payton Evans - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Have you ever heard the term Greaser? Or Soc? Well at SJHS everybody knows who they are. Well, almost everyone.

Here at SJHS you are required to read “The Outsiders” in eighth grade. So everyone other than the 7th graders are either on the Soc’s side Or the Greaser’s side.

Janelle Mannem, a 9th grader at SJHS, was asked Greasers or Socs? “ Definitely Greasers because Greasers are better people.”

Alina Simpson ,an 8th grader, responded with “ I would choose Greasers  because they are just more down to earth.”

Ever thought Greasers have amazing hair? Well that’s what a whole lot of people think.

Rock the Greaser look?? Well if you said yes, then here at SJHS you have a lot of people who feel the same.

If you are completely confused then listen, Greasers are the less fortunate and the less you could say loved by society. While a Soc is what you would call “ Popular”. They do whatever they want at any time they want.

Many people here at SJHS strongly dislike the Socs. They find them too preppy mean and just plain ornery.

Ever thought that greasers were attractive???? Well if you ask the girls at SJHS they will all say greasers.

Everyone has their own opinions on socs and greasers. So what’s yours?

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Grandparents Day Fun

Barnett Elementary News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:53pm
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The third graders at Barnett Elementary shared a special day with their grandparents on November 9. The third graders dressed in their best clothes and met their grandparents for lunch. After lunch the students put on a program singing songs about their grandparents. Many students had speaking parts that spoke about memories and fun times with their grandparents. After the program Grandparents and students shared some cookies together. Great job third grade and a special shout out to Mrs. Moore, Ms. Kirgan and Mr. Cope who helped make the program a great success.

Categories: Elementary, Payson

SFHS Singers Perform

Spanish Fork High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:52pm
Attributions: Jennifer Heder

Our SFHS Singers performed at the American Choral Directors Association Conference on Saturday. SFHS Singers was invited last year after a committee of choral educators from around the state of Utah listened to our state festival recordings. Choral educators from around the state of Utah were in attendance and we were thanked with a standing ovation from the audience! ​Congrats SFHS Singers and great job representing the Dons.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

The End of Football Season

Springville Junior High School News - Mon, 11/20/2017 - 12:52pm
Attributions: Article by Oakley Toelupe - SJHS Student Staff Writer

So, football season is gone. Not like college or NFL, but for the Springville youth program, the field is empty now. No more cheerleaders cheering, no players playing, no refs reffing, it’s nothing. We did have a great season, though. Nick Welsch led Springville Red through the season undefeated, and moved on to defeat Ryan Strong’s Springville Navy in 2017’s 8th grade Super Bowl.

Now Springville White, they didn’t do so good. But at the same time, they didn’t do so bad either. Brad Mertz led Springville White and ended the season with a 4 and 4 record. Although they didn’t end with a super good record, they fought hard. Maybe just as hard as the other Springville teams.

Anyways, a few of the players from the teams had something to say about the season coming to an end. Pata Kaisa, an 8th grader at SJHS, says he misses football. “There’s nothing to do after school now, because we don’t have practice anymore. So I just sit around doing nothing.” Miguel Pina, another 8th grader at SJHS, says he’s gonna miss football as well. “The season and the practices were lit. It sucks because we don’t do it anymore.”

Some people, though, like Parker Lavin, say that they don’t mind football season being over. “I wasn’t good anyways. But now there’s nothing to do after school, so that sucks.” Whether they got playing time or not, you can clearly tell that they miss practice. When you got football practice for an hour and a half, you have to limit your after school activity time and make sure it doesn’t go on too late. But when football season ends, all that time you spent doing hitting drills and scrimmaging is now free for whatever. Except, you were so busy practicing, you have no idea what to do, because it’s all new to you now. You started over a new life now… haha, not really, but anyways…

There’s not much else to know about the season. There were very few injuries, other than getting the wind knocked out of you and some cramps. And even though one of the best running backs in the league, Austin Mertz, an 8th grader at MJHS, was taken out early in the season, everyone seems to have wanted to play running back. Ironic, huh?

Anyways, this season will go down in the books. It was a great, and grueling, season. The players can still feel it, the coaches know it. Even the fans had a feeling about the season. This season was great, but let’s see what next year holds.

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

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