Kyle Moffat
PHS football and cheer
Devan Judd
PHS Jr. Cheer

Paysetter Night

By: Mikayla Yost

On the 20th of January 2015 our very own drill team presented a series of performances that excited the crowd. They have been working for a very long time to make this performance possible. The Paysetters performed in multiple dances that were amazing!

Beat the Winter Blues with these Tips

written by: Haley Dixon

Now that radio stations have the Christmas albums shelved till next year and the Christmas tree is browning in the dumpster, let’s get real. With the departure of the holidays “The Winter Blues” start kicking in. You know the feeling: you’re more tired, you have no motivation, and it’s harder to get out of bed each morning. The short and cold winter days often times make us feel like the weather: cold and dark. Winter depression is still a mystery to scientists who study it. However, there are many ways to get over it and get back to your normal, cheerful self!

School Realignment: How it will effect Payson High School

By: Annika Spencer

The UHSAA has changed the sports boundaries for all the schools in the state of Utah. This change affects almost every school, and every sport.

But how does this change affect Payson High School exactly? We are again facing off against Spanish Fork, Salem, and Springville, who are our three biggest rivals. According to Coach Chapman, our school is back where it belongs. We are home. The biggest reason why Payson coaches and administration are excited is because it means less travel for our sports teams, and the rivalry games are back.