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This week: Tanner Holm Davis High School
by Tanner Holm
Nov 06, 2008 | 5530 views | 0 0 comments | 55 55 recommendations | email to a friend | print
By Tanner Holm
By Tanner Holm
KAYSVILLE — This year Davis has blasted out of the starter blocks and is headed for a great couple of semesters.

We’re looking forward to a great year with our student body officers leading the way. Anna McKay was voted president, with Holly King, Camille Robb, Ky Kunz, Koji Tsukamoto, Tyler Wood, Danny Allen, Austin Facer and Ren Gibbons as vice presidents.

The Kamahameha football game played at Weber Stadium was one of several prominent events at Davis so far. Although Davis lost, the courtesy and comradery built between the teams is priceless. The Davis marching band also took part in the Bands of America Competition in Las Vegas, recognizing the band as one of the top five bands in the Western United States. The band has gained a reputation as a force to be reckoned with.

Davis has also enjoyed a successful homecoming dance, one that will be remembered as time passes. Amy Leo, Davis High’s favorite Down syndrome student, was voted as homecoming queen almost unanimously. She has participated as a cheerleader and in many other activities. Amy Leo will be missed once she graduates, and is well loved by all the students at Davis High.

With all that has happened, we still have much to look forward to at Davis.

The debate team is just warming up as they begin entering tournaments throughout November and after many years of going without, Davis finally has formed a boy’s lacrosse team, which will be quite the sight, as many wait to see how good our inaugural lacrosse year goes.

Davis has gained a lot of momentum in this first term, and by the looks of it, is going to have a life-changing year.
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