Salem Hills vs Maple mtn baseball

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 04/16/2010 - 14:36
April 13th and 15th Salem Hills baseball beat Maple Mountain Eagles. Though Maple Mountain fought a good fight, they were no match to the coaching abilities of Coach Haney and his Soaring Skyhawks.                 On Tuesday Buddy (Gerald) Adams pitched all seven innings with 9 stike outs.
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by Chase Cloyd and Lauren Barney photo by Caline Hoover

Salem Hills Second Annual Art Show

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 04/14/2010 - 13:55
This week Salem Hills had its second annual art show. Held in the library, it ran from April 12th to April 16th. It had a lot of great entries and showed some real talent from the student body.                  The Best of Show award went to Rebecca Jones for her painting of a grapefruit. She says her inspiration for the piece was “inspired by nature” and she loves the lighting of it.                 “Have faith in yourself and you can be great like me,” Becca says sarcastically.                 Overall 1st place went to Alicia Money for her Stylized Phoenix painting. She likes painting birds
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By: Chase Cloyd, Eric Johansen, Austin Bergera

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 04/01/2010 - 14:40
Salem Hills’ adaptation of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown will be showing the 14th - 20th of April at 7pm in the Salem Hills High School auditorium. This play is about Charlie brown and his friends and their troubles through their childhood. Charlie struggles with the label he’s been given as a “good man;” he wonders if he really is.
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by Braxton Hayes

Salem Hills Track

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 04/01/2010 - 14:20
Salem Hills Track is off to a great start, they have had four meets thus far.  With their first on, March 9th, at home.   It was between Payson, Salem, Uintah, and Maple Mountain. The Skyhawks did excellent for their first meet.
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By: Clint Bowles, Trevor Newell, photo by Randy Sorenson