Krystalee Anderson- 23, is a senior at USU. She began vocal training and performing at the age of 8. She graduated from Sky View High School, where she was involved in drama and choir. Some of Krystalee’s accomplishments Scholar for Drama and Speech; and lead roles in many musicals including Ariel Moore in “Footloose” and Zaneeta in “Music Man.” Krystalee has also performed in many community productions where she had lead roles. She is a long-standing member of the Utah Festival Opera Co. and has performed in seven professional operas. Krystalee enjoys singing all types of music. She opened for the Bar J Wranglers for two years and has performed at various events all over Utah and Idaho. In 2005 Krystalee recorded and produced her first solo vocal CD, “Forever Yours.”
Archive for February, 2011
Friday night we had a home game against the Mount Vernon Patriots. We were successfull in bringing another win in both the JV and Varsity games. Below you can see how each team did.
The boys played a great game. As you can see with the scores below they never got behind the whole game. The played hard and pulled out another victory. Our JV team has played 18 games and they have won 12 of those games. They have been doing great and getting better each game.
West Ridge 12 32 34 39
Mount Vernon 11 16 21 34
Points per player
The varsity team had a great game as well. At the beginning of the game the boys felt a little off but they worked through it and played a great game. In the game West Ridge went 9 for 21 at the free throw line. Below is the score by each quarter.
West Ridge 15 40 56 74
Mount Vernon 11 23 35 45
Points per player
Our next game is on Febraury 15th at Salt Lake Lutheran.
Please come and support our boys if you can.
Wednesdays game was very intense . Our boys came to the game ready to play hard and bring home another win. The game was fast paced and the crowd was ready to cheer to support their team until the end. At the end of the first quarter the score was West Ridge 17 vs St Joes 19. The boys were working hard but so was St. Joes and the score showed it. At the end of the second quarter the score was West Ridge 38 vs St Joes 32. Coming back to the court after a locker room chat you could see in the boys eyes that they were determined to bring home a win. Their defense picked up and they blocked, stole the ball and ran hard to try and make it to the basket before the other team could reach the other end of the court. After the 3rd quarter the score was West Ridge 52 vs St Joes 41. The boys finished the game out with the score of 68 to 51.
West Ridge hit 10 out of 13 of their free throws at this game
Each year, schools and families spend a lot of time, energy and resources on athletic participation. Is it worth it? In this podcast, three current coaches join Jeff as they discuss the role that organized sports participation plays in the healthy development of youth. The guests are current West Ridge Academy Girl’s Basketball Coach, Julie Lund; current West Ridge Athletic Director and Baseball Head Coach, Jamie Keefer; and Kearns High Boy’s Baseball Head Coach and former Athletic Director, Dave Ballard. West Ridge Academy is one of the only therapeutic programs in the country that hosts a interscholastic athletic program. The discussion in this podcast explores the relationship between sports, therapy and child development.