Athletic Director Lee Gillie, CMAA - (801) 423-3200 ext. 1512

Assistant Athletic Director Mark Holden

Event manager

Athletic Department Secretary Jen Nielsen

Varsity Letterman Awards

Please apply for the award(s) that you have earned and return application(s) to Coach Lee Gillie

2-Sport Athlete: earned 2 Varsity Letters this school year

3-Sport Athlete: earned 3 Varsity Letters this school year

Skyhawk 7: earned 7 or more Varsity Letters in Skyhawk career

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Golf Team finished 2nd in first region match of season

Sage Hubbs finished in 2nd place with a 74 that included 6 birdies

Last night at the Region Solo & Ensemble Vocal Festival Salem Hills represented with class. Of the 42 Salem Hills vocal and piano entries, 34 earned Superior Ratings, with a record-breaking 26 entries qualifying to advance to the State Solo & Ensemble Festival next month.

State qualifying soloists include:

Shantelle Ashton, vocal solo

Carley Bradshaw, vocal solo

Noah Butler, vocal solo

Mackenzie Christensen, vocal solo

Matt Cox, vocal solo

Isabelle Crossley, vocal solo

Morgan Dalley, vocal solo

Henry Draper, piano solo

Parker Fillmore, piano solo

Amanda Flinders, vocal solo

Toby Holloway, vocal solo

Braxton Houtz, vocal solo

Adam Nielson, vocal solo

Katelynn Patrick, vocal solo

Isaac Peterson, vocal solo

Grace Richardson, vocal solo

Jacob Snow, vocal solo

Dalan Stokes, vocal solo

Dalan Stokes, piano solo

Allee Tuckett, vocal solo

Abigail Whiting, vocal solo

Tiffany Wilde, vocal solo

SHHS Singers earned straight Superior ratings from the panel of judges, meaning they will also advance to the State Solo & Ensemble Festival next month.

History is made!

First year boys volleyball team beats rival school Payson to start inaugural season, 1-0

Soccer overcomes goal deficit and winter conditions to beat Cedar Valley, 2-1

Debate Team places 3rd at State

Leah Miller, 4th - Informative

Hannah Beecher, 2nd  - National Extemp

Hannah Beecher & Maddie Isom, semifinalists - Public Forum

Tessa Neilson, 6th - Impromptu

Zach Davis & Benson Atkin, quarterfinalists - Policy

State Champions

Henry Draper & Mia Carlos - Policy

State Champion

Nathan Thorne - Interpretations


 Gold Team won STATE!

 Navy Team placed 2nd

 White Team placed 7th

Varsity team won the Pineview Panther Slam!

Tracen Karrasch, Talmage Wallace, and Kevin Mayo each placed 1st. 

Matt Raleigh and Trevor Lamb placed 5th as 1st Doubles. 

Daniel Romney and Tyler Baker placed 3rd as 2nd Doubles. 

Jonas Woodland and Brandon Hill placed 3rd as JV 1st Doubles. 

Skyhawk Nation, 

We are happy to announce that you may now purchase all of your tickets for athletic events online before the games! Beat the lines and prepay for all of your home, away, and playoff tickets in one spot! You may scan the QR code, visit (search Salem Hills), or download the GoFan app from the App Store.  

Cash and cards will still be available at the gate, but we strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets before the games to speed up the process. 

Thank you and Gooooooo Skyhawks!! 


NCAA Eligibility Center

Salem Hills earned a GOLD STAR for the 22-23 School year in the UHSAA School Sportsmanship Award

Enter this button and search Salem Hills to view the current fundraising campaigns that are occurring at Salem Hills

Salem Hills High Athletics & Activities Banner Sponsorships.pdf

Business Sponsorships with Salem Hills Athletics

Athletic Donations.pdf

Donations to Salem Hills Athletics

How may we help your athlete in Salem Hills Athletics?

The order of people to talk to is listed to the right*. Start with step one and move down the list as needed. Move to the next step only if the previous step did not resolve the situation. Please do not skip a step, unless it is an emergency. For example, if a parent calls the principal before speaking to the athletic director, the parent will be referred back to the athletic director**. The steps are as follows: 

*All contact information for the above people can be found on the SHHS Athletics website.

**If you believe that a criminal or hazing incident has occurred, please go straight to step 4 or 5.

Subway Athletes of the Week

April 8-13

Jack Shepherd


Jack is one of the most dynamic midfielders in our program.  His touch on the ball is matched only by his tireless defensive work rate.  What Jack does for us doesn't always show up on the stat sheet.  But his creativity and his ability to shut down opponents has a huge impact on games. A good example is the three assists he had last week in the final 10 minutes of a game, allowing us to easily pull away from our opponent. Jack is the definition of an impact player.  Jack is also a great teammate.

Camryn Guest


Camryn this last week in our 7 games went batted 18 out of 24 for a .750 batting average with 9 RBI's ans scored 19 times.

March 25-30

Sage Hubbs


After a slow start at our most recent region match in Nephi, senior team captain Sage Hubbs finished off the round with seven birdies and a final score of 74 placing her in second in the region and helping our team take second place in the match. Great job, Sage!

Gavin Johnson

track & field

Gavin threw 156 feet in the javelin and qualified for state.

Bella Staheli

track & field

Bella jumped 17'1" in long jump and qualified for state.

Subway - Fan of the Week

Lina Hughes

February 19-24

Jace Bennett

February 19-24

94 Episodes and counting


One Athlete of Character Will Improve a Team.

One Team of Character Will Improve a School.

One School of Character Can Impact an Entire Community.

Athletes, Parents, Fans, and Coaches: please view this clip and practice sportsmanship as Skyhawks.

Skyhawk Rise Stickers on sale,  $1 each.

Find in the school bookstore/copy center.

Skyhawk Flag

You may purchase your own Skyhawk Flag in the copy center/bookstore for $10.00

Welcome Letter to Skyhawk Athletics

SHHS Athletic Welcome.docx
UHSAA Physical Form.pdf

UHSAA physical form for all athletes

SHHS Athletics Mission Statement

As SHHS athletes we understand hard work, we serve in our communities, we lead in our school, and we compete with integrity.  When we leave SHHS, we will be leaders in our communities,  overcome adversity, and have a positive impact on society.




Spirit of Teamwork

We before me

Strength in Unity

Do Your Part

Heart of a Champion

Make every Practice Count

No Regrets

Courage to Compete

Honor for the Game

Compete with Integrity

Respect all, Fear None

Enjoy the Process

Success through Personal Sacrifice

Hard Work Leads to Growth

Make an Everyday Commitment

Give to Gain 

THANK YOU to all of our Sponsors! Skyhawks show your gratitude by supporting their business - click on the button and jump right to their website.

Businesses interested in supporting/sponsoring Salem Hills Athletics please reach out to Athletic Director Lee Gillie, email at the top of the page.