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Nebo Academic All-State 2018-2019 Fall Sports

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Student-athletes in Nebo School District were recognized for their academic excellence as well as their athletic accomplishments for the 2018-19 Fall Sports season.

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The Academic All-State award, presented by the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA), is given to high school senior athletes for their accomplishments in the classroom as well as in their given sport. The Academic All-State award is the most prestigious academic honor that a high school senior can receive from the UHSAA.
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Congratulations to the following students:

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Boys’ Golf

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Jaxon Wilkinson, Springville High

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Brennan Jensen, Payson High

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Brandon Mayo, Salem Hills High

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Girls’ Tennis

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Savannah Cochran, Springville High

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Sydney DeGraw, Payson High

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Sable Saunders, Payson High

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Thobeka Talbot, Payson High

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Girls’ Cross Country

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Kelcie Richmond, Maple Mountain High

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Melody Anderson, Springville High

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Mariah Skinner, Springville High

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Ashley White, Springville High

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Rebecca Cromar, Salem Hills High

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Kaelyn Fusselman, Salem Hills High

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Aubrey Snow, Salem Hills High

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Savannah Johnson, Payson High

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Volleyball

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Kallysta Strong, Springville High

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Anika Teemant, Payson High

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Hailey Cuff, Salem Hills High

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Emma Argyle, Spanish Fork High

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Julia Hult, Spanish Fork High

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Girls’ Soccer

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Kaitlyn Brooks, Maple Mountain High

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Madisyn Frischknecht, Maple Mountain High

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Samantha Nobuhara, Maple Mountain High

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Reilly Rogers, Maple Mountain High

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Erika Webster, Maple Mountain High

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Mayzie Brunson, Springville High

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Alexys Griggs, Springville High

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Abigail Smith, Springville High

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Mauria Blauer, Payson High

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Madeline Mitchell, Payson High

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Ambria Rowley, Payson High

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Ericka Stone, Payson High

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Brynn Eyre, Salem Hills High

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Jennah Lee, Salem Hills High

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Josie Nelson, Salem Hills High

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Tiffany Nelson, Salem Hills High

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Alexa Nielson, Salem Hills High

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Kelsey Parcell, Salem Hills High

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Emily Stevens, Salem Hills High

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Jennie Strong, Salem Hills High

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AnnaBelle Buck, Spanish Fork High

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Ashtyn Harrison, Spanish Fork High

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Erica Orton, Spanish Fork High

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Brylee Rudd, Spanish Fork High

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Sadie Stutz, Spanish Fork High

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Boys’ Cross Country

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Tanner Maingot, Maple Mountain High

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Caleb Gardner, Springville High

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Grant Gardner, Springville High

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Isaac Hodson, Springville High

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Carter Paxton, Springville High

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Football

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Cole Christensen, Maple Mountain

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Cameron Dorny, Maple Mountain High

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Jesse Harness, Maple Mountain High

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Austin Olsen, Maple Mountain High

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Herbert Wright, Maple Mountain High

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Damon Kinder, Payson High

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Brock Sorensen, Payson High

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Brayden Biesinger, Salem Hills High

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Blake Hofheins, Salem Hills High

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Benjamin Boyack, Spanish Fork High

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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