The Precedent

Junior Ava Jorgensen hits a handstand directly on top of the bar in her uneven bar routine. Jorgensen has been a level 10 since 2018 which is the highest level of the Developmental, previously known as Junior Olympic, Program.

Gymnast builds promising future in college career

Sabrina Digne and Derek Fernandez September 20, 2021

Over summer, junior Ava Jorgensen verbally committed to Brigham Young University on a full-ride athletic scholarship. Jorgensen has been a gymnast for 12 years, and despite all the struggles she has faced...

Senior Chandon Herring, with support from family, signs a letter of intent to play football for BYU.

Senior defers BYU scholarship for LDS mission

Sarah Chapple, Staff Writer May 20, 2014

For any child who grows up loving football, an offer to play on a major college team would be a dream come true. Senior lineman Chandon Herring has always dreamt of playing on Saturdays on the big stage,...

As students opt out of taking the semester long, in school health class, they turn to a fast easier way- the internet. More and more students are looking for a quick and easy way out of health, but still have it count for their overall credits.

Students Choose To Take Health Online

Austin Collins, Staff Writer December 12, 2013

The beginning of second semester is just around the corner and the long awaiting seniors are looking forward to graduate. But, one thing stands in their way, and should be on the radar of many Juniors,...

Senior Taylor Williams poses next to a prom sign

Cheerleading phenom juggles BYU cheer and prom roaylty

Torrey Thompson, Staff Writer May 22, 2013

Between AP classes and competitive cheerleading, senior Taylor Williams dazed the school over with her triumphant prom queen victory, following her acceptance onto the Brigham Young University cheer team,...

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