Archives for August 2016

Gunnison Valley High School football player Traeson Hatch grips a ball-carrying North Sevier Wolf in his arms during their nonregion game last Friday. The game ended in a 6-26 loss for Gunnison, bringing their preseason record to 1-1.

Gunnison Valley High School football player Traeson Hatch grips a ball-carrying North Sevier Wolf in his arms during their nonregion game last Friday. The game ended in a 6-26 loss for Gunnison, bringing their preseason record to 1-1. – Robert Stevens / Messenger photo

 

North Sevier drubs Gunnison Bulldogs in 26-6 loss on Friday

 

By Robert Stevens

Managing editor

9-1-2016

 

GUNNISON—The Gunnison Valley Bulldogs faced their first major challenge of the year when they clashed with the North Sevier Wolves on Friday and came away with a 26-6 loss.

The Bulldogs and Wolves have been rivals for years with North Sevier located just down the road from Gunnison.

The first quarter was a stalemate with neither team scoring. It was in the second quarter when all the action happened.

Gunnison starting running back Kyler White scored a touchdown, but North Sevier denied the Bulldogs the point after touchdown.

North Sevier, on the other hand, came on hard in the second quarter, using a strong passing game to put 20 points on the board.

The third quarter was a repeat of the first with neither team managing to make points.

The final quarter saw the Wolves make one last touchdown, but like the Bulldogs’ six points in the second quarter, the Wolves failed to make the extra points.

Now 1-1, the Bulldogs will face the 0-1 Kanab Cowboys in a nonregion game tomorrow. The Cowboys come fresh from a 41-6 loss to Beaver. The Wolves, now 1-0, will host Milford tomorrow.

North Sanpete High School senior Kelton Christensen makes a leap for the ball in the game against the Timpanogos Timberwolves on Friday. The Hawks beat Timpanogos, 36-28, earning their first win of the season.

North Sanpete High School senior Kelton Christensen makes a leap for the ball in the game against the Timpanogos Timberwolves on Friday. The Hawks beat Timpanogos, 36-28, earning their first win of the season.

 

North Sanpete takes Timpanogas in second half with 36-28 win

 

By Matt Harris

Staff writer

9-1-2016

 

MOUNT PLEASANT—The North Sanpete Hawks varsity football team came away with their first win on Friday, beating the Timpanogos Timberwolves in a back-and-forth game, 36-28.

The Hawks were down at halftime, but scored 17 straight points to blow it open for North Sanpete. The win is North Sanpete Head Coach Rhett Bird’s first victory as head coach of the team.

“It doesn’t mean anything to me,” Bird said. “It means everything to the community. I’m just glad that our boys fought hard and they gave everything they had out there.”

Timpanogos put themselves on the board first when Haydn Sandstrom broke away from coverage on a third-and-long play for a 56-yard touchdown, to put the Wolves up 7-0.

Play was shortly thereafter delayed for 30 minutes due to lightning. Once the skies cleared, North Sanpete responded.

The Hawks took advantage of lack of adjustments by the Timberwolves so  junior Shawn Taylor could score on a 55-yard touchdown run.

By the second quarter, the Hawk defense was hardly letting Timpanogos get past the line of scrimmage.

“More than anything, I think our kids are just getting used to our schemes,” Defensive Coordinator Dave Peck said. “We just need to continue to compete hard and go out and battle.”

The Hawks took the lead on another touchdown run in the second quarter by senior running back Waylon Atkinson. Timpanogos evened the score with a touchdown pass from Casey Hamilton to Gabe Sweeten.

The Hawks took the upper hand again from a big touchdown pass for 81 yards from junior quarterback Spencer Steadman.

Before halftime, Timpanogos scored one more time on a third touchdown pass from Timberwolves quarterback Casey Hamilton to give Timpanogos a halftime lead, 20-19.

Both sides were deadlocked on the third quarter, as both defenses came to play right out of halftime. The Hawks would get the lead back during the third quarter with a 22-yard field goal made by kicker Kelton Christensen to put them up 22-20.

The Hawks would run away with it in the fourth. Steadman got his first touchdown pass of the night with a 17-yarder to senior Jaxon Jensen. Later on, deep in Timpanogos territory, senior Haden Poulsen, with the help of some good blocking, bulldozed through the Wolves defense for a 10-yard touchdown run to put the Hawks up 36-20.

Timpanogos tried to get the game back, scoring late in the fourth with another touchdown pass to Sweeten from Hamilton, his fourth of the night, along with a successful two-point conversion.

After getting possession back with less than a minute to go, Hamilton threw the only interception of the night to seal the game and give the Hawks their first victory of the season.

“We told the boys to keep fighting,” Bird said. “We didn’t get away from what we planned for. We stuck the trail, and sometimes we bit the bullet, but overall, we did a really good job.”

The North Sanpete Hawks are beginning region play soon, but first they have a nonregion away game against the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles tomorrow. The Golden Eagles, who are from Spanish Fork, were recently beaten by Corner Canyon, 37-0, last week.

Nate Lee (center with the ball) battles toward the end zone. His carry set up a 1-yard TD run by Mac Stevens that gave Manti a 10-7 halftime lead over Juan Diego.

Nate Lee (center with the ball) battles toward the end zone. His carry set up a 1-yard TD run by Mac Stevens that gave Manti a 10-7 halftime lead over Juan Diego. – Photo courtesy Nate Lee

 

Manti Templars almost beat top ranked Juan Diego in 21-17 football battle

 

By Bob Bahlmann

Staff writer

9-1-2016

 

MANTI—When Juan Diego, the top-ranked team in 3A football, came to Manti last Friday, it was the heavy favorite to win the game.

The Templars nearly took the game away from the Soaring Eagle with five fumble recoveries. Unfortunately, Manti gave up nearly 300 rushing yards in the second half and ended up with a 21-17 loss.

Although known for a  high-powered running game, Juan Diego got off to a slow start when Manti’s Mac Stevens recovered a fumble on the Soaring Eagle’s first possession.

Looking at fourth and goal from the 1-yard line, Manti coach Cole Meacham was screaming for a timeout, but the only people who didn’t hear were wearing stripped shirts.

The Templars were flagged for a procedure violation and then, on the next play,  delaying the game. They settled for a field goal attempt that went wide left.

Sacks by Stevens and Connor Meacham stopped the next Juan Diego drive and forced a punt. The Templars moved the ball into field-goal range again, and this time, Ivan Garcia split the uprights for a 3-0 Manti lead.

Juan Diego took the lead early in the second quarter on a 9-yard TD run, but the Templar defense took control of the final 11 minutes, with fumble recoveries by Stevens, Seni Latu and Austin Robinson preventing any additional scoring by the Soaring Eagle.

Manti regained the lead on a 1-yard second-effort run by Stevens to go ahead 10-7 at the half. The Templar defense limited Juan Diego to only 15 first-half plays compared to 42 attempts by Manti.

In the second half, Juan Diego got its running game going, gaining 275 yards on 39 runs to control the tempo of the game.

But it was Manti that scored first in the third period. Forcing a Templar punt, a Juan Diego player got a hand on the kick, and the ball, live after being touched by a defensive player, fluttered downfield where Lance Fowles scooped it up. Following the urging of the Manti coaching staff, Fowles took off down the sideline for a touchdown and a 17-7 Templar lead.

Alas, that was to be the final score for Manti while Juan Diego pounded the ball downfield for two more touchdowns and the four-point win.

Before the game coach Meacham said the Templars would need to control the Juan Diego running game. Manti was able to do that in the first half by forcing turnovers, but still gave up about 7 yards per carry on the game. Juan Diego had 366 yard on the ground.

Tanner Rasmussen led the Manti defense with 12 tackles, Michael Alder had seven and Cort Olson had five. Nate Lee and Sam Tiatia had four each.

Meanwhile, Manti averaged 4.6 yards per carry for 227 yards rushing. Stevens rushed for 90 yards, Fowles had 63, Marshall Dotson ran for 31, Lee had 20, Parry Cooper had 12 and Robinson had 11.

Dotson completed five of nine passes for 45 yards. Stevens and Fowles had two receptions each for 27 and 12 yards respectively, while Cooper caught one for six yards.

This week will be another tough test for the Templars when Pine View visits Manti. The Panthers are ranked second in 3AA and are coming off two big wins.

They beat Judge Memorial, 34-7, in their opening game and knocked over Uintah, 47-3, last week. Pine View has been averaging around 500 offensive yards per game. The team’s passing and rushing yardage is identical at 238 yards per game rushing and 255 passing.

Meg Larson (No. 7) moves the ball between a pair of Rowland Hall defenders in Manti’s 4-0 loss to the Winged Lions.

Meg Larson (No. 7) moves the ball between a pair of Rowland Hall defenders in Manti’s 4-0 loss to the Winged Lions. – Bob Bahlmann / Messenger photo

Lady Templars still looking for first win in tough pre-season competition

 

By Bob Bahlmann

Staff Writer

9-1-2016

 

MANTI—The Manti High girl’s soccer team dropped to 0-2-1 last week with a tough overtime loss to Millard 3-2 on Tuesday and then a disappointing 4-0 loss to Rowland Hall on Thursday.

Despite the winless record, coach Eleshia Steinfeldt, is pleased with her team. “We’re a really young team with a lot of injuries,” she said.

Starters Lexie Alder, Sarah Cluff and Ashton Wood are all sidelined, but expected to be back on the field when Manti hosts North Sevier in the first league game of the year this Thursday.

By the time the Templars played Waterford on Tuesday this week (the game happened after the Messenger deadline), they had faced four of the top five teams in 2A soccer and were ready to take on Region 15 competition.

Against Millard, the Templars “played a good game that day,” Steinfeldt said. Manti was down one, tied it up and then went ahead 2-1 at the half.

“We controlled most of the game at 2-1, but got burned with 1 minute left.” Millard tied the game in the closing minute and then went on to win in overtime.

Against a strong Rowland Hall team, Manti was again short handed, but the replacements “played their hearts out and ran themselves into the ground,” Steinfeldt said.

Manti found itself on the defensive end of the field most of that game. “We have a lot to learn and we’re going to grow a lot,” the coach said.

Manti High boys soccer coach Gerald Wayman said receiving the 2016 State Coach of the Year award came as a surprise. He found the award in his mailbox two weeks ago.

Manti High boys soccer coach Gerald Wayman said receiving the 2016 State Coach of the Year award came as a surprise. He found the award in his mailbox two weeks ago. – Photo courtesy Shauna Wayman

Manti coach named Utah Soccer Coach of the Year by National Soccer Coaches Association

 

By Daniela Vazquez 

Education coordinator and staff writer

9-1-2016

 

MANTI—Gerald Wayman, Manti High School boys soccer coach, was recently recognized with the 2016 State Coach of the Year award by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Wayman told the Messenger it all started because he loves the sport and wanted his sons to have an opportunity to play on a team.

Without soccer teams in the valley, Wayman said was forced to start his own team. In 2005, he created a club for high school-aged boys, but said it didn’t come without challenges.

The biggest challenge, he said, was finding enough boys who were interested in playing to create a full team.

Because the South Sanpete School Board had not yet made soccer a sanctioned sport, Wayman said another challenge was finding teams to play against.

The final trial was teaching the fundamentals of soccer to boys who, he said, didn’t know the first thing about playing soccer other than kicking a ball toward a goal.

“A positive moment,” Wayman said, “was when the kids I was coaching finally caught onto the game of soccer and developed enough skills to unite and play as a team.”

Wayman’s boys made it through the first three years playing soccer as a club, and through “blood, sweat and tears,” the team was sanctioned to play for Manti High School in 2008. The team has made it to every state playoff since.

The Manti High soccer team holds some of the best stats in the state. In the nine years since being sanctioned, it has 103 wins, 38 losses and four ties.

In 2012, the team took home the 2A state title, which, Wayman said the highlight of his soccer coaching career.

“That year, Manti was not even ranked during the season,” Wayman said. “No one expected Manti to make it through the second round, let alone into the championship game.”

Manti High competed against St. Joseph’s, the No. 1-ranked team, but drove them out of the tournament and later won the championship game, 3-2. Manti scored all five goals, and Wayman said, “Yes, unfortunately, we accidentally scored two on ourselves.”

Wayman says his absolute proudest moment in coaching was watching his sons receive academic all-state recognition, all-state player nominations and other awards.

Wayman has coached all four of his sons now and, after 12 years, says he has decided to step down and be available to support his daughters and attend their activities.

This new art exhibit by Frank McEntire was installed recently in the Snow College Art Gallery. The exhibit, titled “Spontaneous Memorial,” is artwork inspired by the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.

This new art exhibit by Frank McEntire was installed recently in the Snow College Art Gallery. The exhibit, titled “Spontaneous Memorial,” is artwork inspired by the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. – Photo courtesy Snow College

 

Art memorial exhibit inspired by 911 installed at Snow College gallery

 

By Robert Stevens 

Managing editor

9-1-06

 

EPHRAIM—A new exhibit has gone up at the Snow College Art Gallery.

Artist Frank McEntire recently installed “Spontaneous Memorial,” a piece of artwork inspired by the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks of 15 years ago, at the gallery.

Exhibition dates are Aug. 22–Oct. 7. A gallery reception is being held on Friday, Sept. 9 from 6-8 p.m. A convocation lecture on the exhibit will be held on Thursday, Sept. 8 from 12:30-1:20 p.m.

The press release about the art installation claims that the project’s inception was motivated by the many spontaneous memorials McEntire and his wife, Marjorie, found throughout New York City just two months after the attack.

“Next to fire stations, buildings and fences, spontaneous altar-like memorials were everywhere,” McEntire recalled. “One by a fire station was covered in flowers, lit by candles, and highlighted with photographs of fallen first responders―more than half of that station’s crew died when the Twin Towers collapsed.”

McEntire says he wanted to retain a visual and emotional memory of those “street altars.”

“They motivated the beginning of Spontaneous Memorial in 2004,” he said, “and it has evolved into an ongoing installation exhibited almost every year since then.”

The exhibit at Snow College marks the 15th anniversary of the memorial.

“When I work in series” McEntire said, “I find as many variations on a single theme or use of a particular object as possible.”

According to the Snow College press release, Spontaneous Memorial gave McEntire the opportunity to work extensively on a single theme (memorial) over an extended period of time (now fifteen years).

“My interest,” McEntire continued, “has been to explore ‘memorial’ not only as a way to remember an event, but also as a form or artistic expression in itself.”

Calief Samon dashes for the end zone on a 91-yard kickoff return, hurdling a would-be tackler on the way. Samon’s TD was the icing on the cake in the Badgers 55-13 win over the Utah Shock.

Calief Samon dashes for the end zone on a 91-yard kickoff return, hurdling a would-be tackler on the way. Samon’s TD was the icing on the cake in the Badgers 55-13 win over the Utah Shock. – Bob Bahlmann / Messenger Photo

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Connie Lamb of Wales said she couldn’t have won the 2016 Professional School Bus Driver award without the help of her team of supervisors, mechanics and secretaries. (L-R): Chad Johnson, Dallon Sagers, Connie Lamb, Carol Church and Lisa Mower.

Connie Lamb of Wales said she couldn’t have won the 2016 Professional School Bus Driver award without the help of her team of supervisors, mechanics and secretaries. (L-R): Chad Johnson, Dallon Sagers, Connie Lamb, Carol Church and Lisa Mower. – Daniela Vazquez / Messenger photo

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Forest Service hosting open houses, continues to seek more public input

 

By Robert Stevens

Managing editor

9-1-2016

 

The Manti-LaSal National Forest is hosting another round of open houses to gather public input on the new forest plan the agency is designing.

According to Duane Resare, media contact on the new forest plan, the next Sanpete-based open houses will be held at the Sanpete County Courthouse in Manti on Monday, Sept. 7 from 5-7 p.m. and at the Mt. Pleasant City Hall on Thursday, Sept. 29, also from 5-7 p.m.

Open houses are also being held in Price, Castle Dale, Moab, Monticello, Blanding and Provo.

“The current Manti-La Sal National Forest Plan is 30 years old and needs to be revised to address the changing needs of the forest and those who use it,” Brian Pentecost, forest supervisor, said in a statement about the open houses. “This revision is expected to take four years, starting with the assessment phase in 2016 and ending with approval of the new forest plan in 2019.”

Pentecost explained that forest planning includes federal regulations allowing for public participation in every phase of the four-year planning process.

For more information about the Manti-La National Forest Plan revision process, visit http://bit.do/manti-lasalplanrevision or call Blake Bassett, the Manti-La Sal National Forest plan revision partnership coordinator, at (435) 636-3508.

CUCF inmate Carlos Hernandez, 24, was pronounced dead after being assaulted by his cellmate.

CUCF inmate Carlos Hernandez, 24, was pronounced dead after being assaulted by his cellmate. – Photo courtesy Department of Corrections

Julio Garza is the principal suspect in the murder investigation.

Julio Garza is the principal suspect in the murder investigation. – Photo courtesy Department of Corrections

 

Cellmate is prime suspect in death of Central Utah Correctional facility inmate

 

By Robert Stevens
Managing editor
9-1-2016

 

GUNNISON—A homicide investigation is under way after an inmate at the Central Utah Correctional Facility was pronounced dead last Friday, Aug. 26 following an assault by his cellmate.

According to Brooke Adams, Public Information Officer for the Utah Department of Corrections, corrections officers heard suspicious noises coming from a cell in the Hickory Facility at about 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25.

Upon investigation, they discovered one of the cell occupants, Carlos-Adrian Javier Hernandez, 24, unconscious on the floor.

Hernandez was removed from the cell along with his cellmate Julio Cesar Garza and, according to Adams, medical staff immediately began tending to the unconscious inmate’s medical needs.

Hernandez was transported to the nearby Gunnison Valley Hospital. From there he was taken via helicopter to Utah Valley Hospital in Provo. He was pronounced dead at 12:41 a.m. on Aug. 26.

Investigation in the death of Hernandez is being handled by Gunnison Police Chief Trent Halliday  and the Utah Department of Correction (DOC) Law Enforcement Bureau. As of Tuesday, no charges had been filed.

The deceased’s cellmate, Garza, 25, is the principal suspect in the investigation, Adams says. Garza is serving time for aggravated robbery, possession of a prohibited item in a correctional facility and a previous assault while in prison.

Hernandez was serving a 15-to-life sentence for murder and a five-to-life sentence for rape in connection with the death of St. George teenager Keely Amber Hall in 2007.

He was just 14 when the crimes occurred. He was tried as an adult and pleaded guilty. His admission of guilt convinced the St. George prosecutors to drop a first-degree felony charge of aggravated sexual assault.

Hernandez was scheduled to have a hearing before the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole in January 2027.

According to Adams, the deceased inmate had no known next of kin in the United States. The DOC was asking for help from the public and contacting the government of Mexico in an effort to identify relatives.

A similar case of a CUCF inmate murdering a cellmate occurred a little more than three years ago. Steven Crutcher, 33 at the time, was charged with first-degree felony homicide in the hanging death of Rolando Carona-Tuerton, 62, a native of Cuba who was in prison on drug charges.

Crutcher pleaded guilty to the charge, which carries the death penalty. Since then, he has filed a motion to change his plea. A hearing on the motion is scheduled this Friday. Meanwhile, a trial to determine if the death penalty should be carried out is still scheduled for January, 2017, according to Sanpete County Attorney Brody Keisel.

Crutcher originally went to prison after being convicted of attempting to kidnap a female officer at the Iron County Jail during an escape attempt.

The Travel Inn at 330 N. Main is the largest and most visibly blighted structure on Main Street in Ephraim. The city council has been discussing the property on and off for five years.

The Travel Inn at 330 N. Main is the largest and most visibly blighted structure on Main Street in Ephraim. The city council has been discussing the property on and off for five years. – Suzanne Dean / Messenger photo

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Aerial photo of Ephraim, with Snow College in forefront, show a growing community, whose population continues to increase, along with an impressive tax base.

Aerial photo of Ephraim, with Snow College in forefront, show a growing community, whose population continues to increase, along with an impressive tax base. – Photo courtesy Snow College

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 Special publications

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2016 middle school honor rolls. Click image to expand.

2016 middle school honor rolls. Click image to view full sized PDF version.

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2016 Sanpete County high school honor rolls. Click image to expand.

2016 Sanpete County high school honor rolls. Click image to view full sized version.

North Sanpete High excels at Sterling Scholar awards night

 

By Robert Stevens

Managing editor

3-24-2016

 

RICHFIELD—At the Central Utah Region Sterling Scholar Awards held on March 15 at the Sevier Valley Center, Sanpete County students won seven out of 15 categories.

North Sanpete High School took the most category wins, with three in total.

“It’s always a privilege to work with such amazing students, but this year was especially rewarding,” Ben Cox, counselor and Sterling Scholars coordinator for North Sanpete, said, “They really went in as underdogs, and we didn’t expect to do as well as we did, but they proved they are excellent. I’m extremely proud of them.”

Natalee Walker, daughter of Dan and Marli Walker of Spring City, was the winner in English and Literature and has a 3.6 GPA.

Larissa Beck, daughter of Wade and Judy Beck of Fountain Green, was the winner of Dance and maintains a 3.9 GPA.

Abinadi Swapp, who has a 3.9 GPA, was the winner of Computer and Information Technology and is the son of Jon and Anne Swapp of Mt. Pleasant.

North Sanpete also had four runners-up: Hannah Talbot in Speech and Drama, Landon Beebe in Trade and Technical Education, Jessica Farnsworth in Music and Gaby Reyes in World Languages.

“I think there’s great value in this program—not just because students win and get scholarships but because it encourages them to do things they might not normally do and to serve in ways that they otherwise might not,” Cox said.

Manti and Gunnison Valley high schools also did well in the competition.

Manti had two winners: Jared Christensen in the Trade and Technical Education category and Alexa Vernon in Art.

Five Templars earned runner up as well: Sierra Mickelson in English and Literature; Kristlyn Peterson in Mathematics, Kayden Stevenson in Science, Jonathan Barton in Speech and Drama and Shayla Greene in General Scholarship.

Gunnison Valley High School had two category winners: Cassandra Hansen in Family and Consumer Sciences and Josie Sorenson in Agriculture Science.

The Central Utah region of six counties included candidates from 14 high schools, and North Sanpete had 14 candidates this year, Manti also had 14 and Gunnison Valley had four.

The Sterling Scholar Awards began in 1962 in Salt Lake City to honor excellence in high school seniors, and the awards program spread to all of Utah soon thereafter.

Quite a few higher education institutions in the state offer scholarships to Sterling Scholars.

For instance, Snow College offers a full-tuition resident scholarship for two years or four semesters to all regional category winners in any Sterling Scholar category. For regional category runners-up in any Sterling Scholar category, a $1,000 per semester scholarship for two years or four semesters is offered. However, this scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with an academic scholarship.

For comparison in the region, Delta had nine finalists (winners and runners-up), South Sevier five, North Sevier four, Juab three, Millard three, Richfield three and Wayne two finalists. North Sanpete and Manti both had seven finalists, and Gunnison Valley had two.

Photos of the finalists and additional information are at www.sterlingscholar.org.

North Sanpete High School’s Sterling Scholar competitors won top spot in more categories than any other school in the county during the Central Utah Region Sterling Scholar Awards (back row, L-R): Abinadi Swapp, winner in Computer and Information Technology; Natalee Walker, winner in English and Literature; Hannah Talbot, runner up in Speech and Drama; Landon Beebe, runner up in Trade and Technical Education; Larissa Beck, winner in Dance; (front row) Jessica Farnsworth, runner up in music; and Gaby Reyes, runner up in World Languages.

North Sanpete High School’s Sterling Scholar competitors won top spot in more categories than any other school in the county during the Central Utah Region Sterling Scholar Awards (back row, L-R): Abinadi Swapp, winner in Computer and Information Technology; Natalee Walker, winner in English and Literature; Hannah Talbot, runner up in Speech and Drama; Landon Beebe, runner up in Trade and Technical Education; Larissa Beck, winner in Dance; (front row) Jessica Farnsworth, runner up in music; and Gaby Reyes, runner up in World Languages.

 

GVHS winner Josie Sorenson in Agriculture Science.

GVHS winner Josie Sorenson in Agriculture Science.

 

Manti High School had two category winners at the Central Region Sterling Scholar Awards: Jared Christensen (left), in Trade and Technical Education, and Alexa Vernon (right), in the Art category.

Manti High School had two category winners at the Central Region Sterling Scholar Awards: Jared Christensen (left), in Trade and Technical Education, and Alexa Vernon (right), in the Art category.

 

GVHS winner Cassandra Hansen in Family and Consumer Sciences.

GVHS winner Cassandra Hansen in Family and Consumer Sciences.