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Girls’ Volleyball team make region champions

Girls’ Volleyball team make region champions

Justice Hayes, Reporter

November 12, 2014

Volleyball being one a sport that doesn’t draw enormous crowds, yet still does exceptional despite lack of support from the student body. Tasia Taylor is leading the team as the head captain. Clutching the total season wins now 7-0, pre-Season 3-1, and tournaments ending positive at 8-6 the team trumped...

Athletes should avoid harmful effects on soda

Athletes should avoid harmful effects on soda

Destiny Smith, Sports Editor

November 12, 2014

The majority of parents will put their young children on a sports team of some kind, sometimes by forcing them. Parents do this because children who are 5-10 years old lack a sense of consequence/reward, working with others, and other fundamental skills. When children are this young, winning a game isn’t...

Girls’ Tennis team enters Region prepared

Girls’ Tennis team enters Region prepared

Destiny Smith and Rachel Prows

October 6, 2014

With high hopes of placing in state, the girls’ tennis team goes into region competition with enthusiasm and confidence. The varsity singles team constits of: seniors Leiani Brown, Courtney Meacham, and Christina Chahil. The varsity doubles teams consists of: sophomores Rachel Timpson and Hannah Hardy, and juniors Brequel Burbank and Kaylee Wengren.

Fan support vital for sports teams

Fan support vital for sports teams

Justice Hayes, Reporter

October 6, 2014

In the absence of school spirit, performers, whether they be athletes or musically inclined, lack motivation to continue the excellence drilled in practice. Without the support of the crowd maintaining a level of discipline expected by coaches becomes an increasingly difficult task for all players alike. However, for the school, there’s no problem mustering up spirit that won’t stop and an excitement level to rival pro crowds. Everywhere around the valley the school is known as having the best crowds regardless of the outcome of any game or event.

Students stay in shape for upcoming team tryouts

Students stay in shape for upcoming team tryouts

Nakai Oquendo, Reporter

October 5, 2014

Basketball tryouts are coming up soon, and students are going to the fullest extent in order to achieve their goal of making the basketball team. Whether it’s varsity or junior varsity, students are anxious for the opportunity to play for the school’s teams. Some are taking extra time after school to practice and strengthen their body to make sure they are in shape for the team.

Girls’ soccer team aims for State

Girls’ soccer team aims for State

Jesse Vigil, Reporter

October 5, 2014

The girls’ soccer team has been playing for a few weeks now since the beginning of their season. They play Tuesdays and Thursdays after school, usually at 3:30. The starting lineup for varsity consists of Mari Hasebi, Maizy Brubank, Autumn Jensen, Pania Clark, Marissa Croft, Steffanie, Missy, Alyssa, Ceami, Domicillia, and Aubre Bishop. They can usually be seen in the halls dressed in their uniforms on game days.

Football team kicks off to the start of another good season

Football team kicks off to the start of another good season

Destiny Smith and Gabriel Kearney

September 27, 2014

This year’s football team is off to a 4-1 start to the 2014 season after defeating the Kearns Cougars 34-0, the first game of the season. The Murray Spartans fell to a loss after the Warriors took the win with 17-13. The team’s first lost was against the Davis Darts with a brutal score of 33-0. The Warriors defeated the Olympus Titans by the score of 14-0. The Warriors would also conquer, a well known team in the State of Utah, the Alta Hawks with a final score of 23-17.

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