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The Merit College Preparatory Academy Concert at Springville Heritage Days

The first performance of the year for the Merit College Preparatory Academy Concert  Choir went swimmingly, garnering what could have been the largest crowd at the Springville  Heritage Days’ outdoor performance area, where such people as a duet of bagpipers and a  small group of our own choir members (before and after respectively) performed. The roster of  the songs was as follows, in order: ​Utah, We Love Thee ​ , which is Utah’s state song, ​Nelly Bly, a  lively dancing song about a man who loves a woman, as so many songs are, ​Home Again, a cheerfully solemn song about a man who returns home after a period across the sea to find that  things aren’t quite aren’t as they were before he left. Ending the program was an arrangement  of a song made famous in 1852, fame of which lasts to this day, Camptown Races, which is  about a day at the horse races. The choir was arranged with the members sorted into sections,  which are as such (assuming you were up there, looking down at the audience): altos to the  right hand side, tenors in the front row, in the middle, basses in the middle, behind the tenors,  and sopranos on the left hand side. ​ Nelly Bly was the most favored of the songs sung at the program. Being a lively dance song, many of the members of the audience clapped along with  the singers, adding to the joyful mood of the song. Overall, the Concert Choir did well for a first  performance, and this reporter looks forward to see what is in store for the future of concerts. Author Brandon Nay­Jewell Editor Mrs. Limb

Volleyball Road Warriors!

The Lady Knights will hit the road this week.  They make the long trip back to Wendover on Tuesday for a region matchup with the Wildcats of Wendover.  They were able to get in some extra practice time this week, because of a bye.  They are looking to continue to build on their progress this

Tuesday Regular Season Finale!!

The Merit Knights entered Friday’s games knowing they were important to ensure this coming Tuesday would retain it’s playoff appeal.  The Knights took care of business by winning the first game 15 – 4.  The second game of the doubleheader was loaded with more pressure.  The top of the fifth saw the score get as close as

Merit Volleyball Competes At Wendover Tournament

The Lady Knights have had a successful week of volleyball.  They picked up a region win over Westridge Academy on Thursday.  The next day the varsity got up and made the long trip to Wendover, UT.  They made the trip to try there luck in the annual volleyball tournament.  Pool play commenced throughout the day

2 Weeks Left Until The State Tournament

The Merit Knights Baseball team has two weeks left in its first baseball season.  The team is fighting for a birth into the state tournament.  They are currently in 4th place at 6 and 6.  There last road game is Tuesday 9/22 at Tintic High School.  The final home double header will be on 9/25 at

Welcome To The Home For Merit Sports

Fall sports are around the corner and this year the Knights will feature an online presence that will cover our schools athletic programs like never before. Stay tuned for more details and exciting news!

Merit Athletics Boys’ Baseball This Fall

The knights are excited to play baseball in UHSAA this year.  The Knights will be competing in the Utah’s 1A classification.  The Utah 1A classification plays baseball during the fall.  The 1A state tournament is held in Spanish Fork. Please contact the school for more information. Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can