Payson High’s Boys Tennis Team

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By: Ryan Craig

On Wednesday 27th 2016 Payson High’s very own boys tennis team won big against Delta High School. Both JV and Varsity contributed to a great win with only a couple of losses. This match was the last match before JV regions. Everyone on JV is very excited and is preparing their hardest.

Check out May's Online Magazine

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PHS Broadcast Journalism Class

This month's edition of The Mane Street Journal is a special one, for two reasons. First, this month's magazine is purely video content, and second, this is the last online edition of the magazine this school year. There will however be a print edition that will come out later this month comprised of all articles. Remember, as always, this edition is completely student produced and generated. If you are a student interested in participating in the creation of next year's magazine, talk to your counselor and get signed up to take Broadcast Journalism.

First Annual Trivia Tournament

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Picture and Article By: Sabryne Kelly

 On Monday May 16th - Friday May 20th Payson High will have their first Annual Trivia Tournament! The topics could be anything but the challenge and the competition is real. Each round will last around 20 minutes and will be put on the Pride. There will be 2-3 rounds played per class period on Monday-Thursday. The last two teams will compete against each other Friday night just before the Stomp at our Senior All Nighter.

Is it time to give baseball fans more protection?

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Haley Dixon

On the front of every major/minor league baseball ticket fans can find their section, row, and seat number. But the message on the back of the baseball ticket may be more important. The back of a baseball ticket warns about the risks and dangers fans may encounter if their seat happens to be unprotected from the field by protective netting. Balls and bats may enter the spectator seating at any time during a baseball game and injure fans. Within the last few years more and more fans have been injured at baseball games.

Call of Duty: Modern Life Fare

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Ben Phillips

Since the release of the new Call of Duty: Black Ops III, gamers and students alike have spent countless hours and paychecks on this franchise’s modern sequel. And as of Tuesday, April 20, the second DLC (Downloadable Content) has been released, with two more to go for this Call of Duty season. Chances are, if you haven’t played, or currently don’t own this game, you probably don’t care at all. As for those associated with this FPS legacy, surely the hype for each DLC has been personally astounding.

The Grand America Hotel Field Trip Recap

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By Cynthia Gonzalez

On April 21st Culinary Arts, Art, and Architecture students took a tour of The Grand America Hotel up in Salt Lake City then had an etiquette dinner at La Caille Restaurant in Sandy to experience and further educate on real life scenarios and opportunities. Their first stop was The Grand America Hotel where a tour was given in the public areas and some back-of-house areas like the laundry and shipment areas as well as residential and regular rooms.

The Best Prom Dates Ever

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By: Ryan Craig

It is so difficult to choose the best and most fun Prom day date. Prom itself can be very expensive. You have to get the best tuxedo or dress, the guys need to plan a great dinner, and you also need to buy tickets to even get into the dance. So sometimes you need to figure out a fun cheap date idea. Sometimes it’s okay to be a little money savvy, but you also need to remember Prom doesn’t happen very often, so you also can make it a memory that you will keep with you for the rest of your life. Payson had some great ideas for dates that maybe you would want to try some time.

Payson High School represented well in Miss Payson Pageant

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By: Madeleine White

On Saturday, April 23 at 7:00 P.M., nine of Payson’s finest ladies competed for the title of Miss Payson 2016. The pageant was held in Payson High School’s auditorium, and the theme for the pageant is New York, New York!  Nine contestants competed, and only three walked away with a crown, there would be a Queen, first attendant, and second attendant. These ladies were judged in five different categories: interview, swimwear, talent, on-stage question, and evening wear.

Cheer and Dance Co take a "Minnie" getaway

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Haley Dixon

On Thursday, April 14th the Payson Cheer team and a handful of Dance Company members met at 4 a.m at the high school and got on a bus headed to Salt Lake City. There, the teams boarded a plane to California. Each year the cheerleaders take their cheer tour at Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland in the Anaheim, California area. On Thursday, the cheerleaders performed on Calico Stage Knott’s Berry Farm in the afternoon and spent the rest of the day enjoying the theme park. On Friday morning the teams took dance/cheer classes at a local dance studio. Following these classes the day was spent at Huntington Beach. Saturday and Sunday were spent at Disneyland taking classes, performing in The All Star Extravaganza, performing in the night parade, and enjoying the magic of Disney. On Monday, after enjoying the California sun for four days, the cheerleaders and dancers visited a museum in Long Beach then, flew back to Salt Lake. Senior cheerleader, Alexandra White, says “Cheer tour was a lot of fun. I’m glad I got to enjoy one last trip with my team!”

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