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Spanish Fork Girls Varsity Tennis beats Wasatch 4 – 1

Spanish Fork sails past Wasatch with a team score of 4-1—winning at every spot except 2nd doubles. Alivia Winkel cruised past her 1st singles opponent with a score of 6-0, 6-1. Kayla Huish defeated her 2nd singles opponent with a score of 6-4, 6-1. Kylie Smith bested her 3rd singles opponent 6-0, 6-1. Lauren Vehar

Cross Country performs well at Timpanogos Invite

While most high school students were still asleep this past Saturday the cross country teams were catching a bus to go to our meet in Orem.  Our athletes joined over 1500 runners from over 50 schools in competing at the Timpanogos Invite. Our boys cross country team finished in 3rd place out of 15 teams

Girls Varsity Tennis beats Salem Hills 3 – 2

In a tight match with Salem Hills, the Spanish Fork girls varsity tennis team came out on top 3-2! The Lady Dons had wins at 1st (Alivia Winkel), 2nd (Kayla Huish), and 3rd singles (Kylie Smith)! The two losses for the Dons came at 1st and 2nd doubles! Match scores: 1st Singles—6-3, 6-2 2nd Singles—6-0,

Tyler Reese earns Deseret News Athlete of the Week for Boys Cross Country

Tyler Reese has been recognized as the Deseret News Boys Cross Country athlete of the week for the state of Utah.  This honor is in recognition of his first place finish at last Saturday’s Spanish Fork Invite. Deseret News Mountain Star Healthcare’s Star Athletes of Week 3 in Utah High School Sports Coach Darin CablIn

Spanish Fork Varsity Girls Tennis Takes 1st at St. George Tourney

The Spanish Fork Girls Varsity Tennis team traveled to St. George for a tennis tournament with teams from around the state on August 28th-29th. They played teams from Morgan, Provo, Payson, Herriman, Juab, and Hurricane. The team won all their match-ups only losing one once the entire weekend.  Each position took 1st place and the team as

Cross Country shines at SF Invite

In the first of two home meets the cross country teams exceled on Saturday. Senior Ty Reese took control of the boys varsity 3 mile race just past the halfway mark and finished in 1st place.  He is the first Don runner to win a high school varsity race in two years.  Ryan Cobb (9th) and