Salem Hills High players in the Salem Days Parade: Mitch Stephens, Tristan Swensen, Hunter Morganson, Ryan Stones, Dakotah Hall, Anthony Ruiz, Alex Baker, Kaden Stewart, Kaden Kunz, Coleman Jacklin, Justion Jolley, Zach Simmons, Spencer Steiner, Jack O’Hara, Brigham Hughes, Jacob Wood, Cole Griffin, Dakota Swensen, Jayden Barnum, Jacob Rolfe, Quade Bunker, Justin House, Kayden Lewis, Justin Hofheins, Kris McCauley, Bradin Hanson, Jace Bishop, Zac Browning, Jordan Jimenez, Tanner Argyle, Brady Oleson, Ryan Ferreira, Steele Renprev, Vili Manalea Wolfgramm, James Nelson, Brook Vaitohi, Doug Julian, Jaxon Albrecht, Corbin Rogers, Jarom Johnson, Sam Callister, Keyne Christensen, Cody Young, Reggie Davis, Michael Mortensen, Corbin Christensen, Jacob Christensen, Cooper Smith, and Jens Higginson.
Last year, Salem Hills lost only two games. The two teams that beat them, Roy and Timpview, lost a total of one game. Roy’s one loss was to Timpview in the 4A State Championship game.
For Salem Hills it was the second year in a row making it to the quarterfinals. The team combined record for the last two years is 18-6. (Story originally published in the August 12, 2015 print edition of The Payson Chronicle.)