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Wrestling meeting to be held Wed, Sept 16th at 2pm

There will be a meeting on Wed, Sept 16th for all students  interested in Wrestling this year.  It will be held at 2:00 pm in the Wrestling Room.  For more information contact Coach Kip Spencer.

E- Tickets available for Volleyball Tonight at Springville

Springville High school has just let us know that  they are E ticketing and taking money for this Volleyball Match. Students and fans should go to   Select Tickets at the top of the page,  then select Adult General admission, or SF Student (Passcode: spanishforkstudent), or Family Pass, or Senior Citizen. Spanish Fork High School will have

Spanish Fork Girls Varsity Tennis Loses to Park City 1-4

The Lady Don’s Varsity Tennis Team took a hard loss to the Park City Miners on Thursday, September 10th. With a score of 1-4 the Lady Don’s only win was at the 3rd Singles position. Kylie Smith won a tight 3-setter with a score of 1-6, 7-5, 6-4. The next tennis match is at Maple

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,