Cedar Sophomore RaeLee Johnson placed 2nd in the State golf tournament on Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday afternoon Johnson played an outstanding round taking the lead after 18 holes. Johnsons play was extremely consistent throughout the day which led to a 2 stroke lead shooting a 6 over par on a tough course, only posting pars and bogeys on the day. Day two started off a little slower for the Cedar Sophomore as she collected bogeys on the first 3 holes but played a great 5th hole to add a birdie to her scorecard. Trouble came after that with another bogey and then a quadruple bogey on the 7th hole. Johnson pulled things together to play par golf for 5 of the next 6 holes. Johnson entered the clubhouse with the lead, but defending state champ Annabelle Millard of Dixie was able to reign in Johnson to secure another title while Johnson finished in second place. CONGRATULATIONS RaeLee.
about 2 years ago, Cedar High School
Rae Lee Golfing
RaeLee Johnson posted an incredible 78 on the course at Sunbrook in St. George to lead the 4A state golf tournament after the first day of competition. Sitting 2 strokes ahead of the defending state champion. The Reds team sits in 7th place after the first day qualifying for the second day of the tournament for the second year in a row. Good Luck today Ladies.
about 2 years ago, Cedar High Athletics
female golfer hitting the ball
The Cedar High Reds Boys Basketball team struggled to put the ball in the hoop in a loss to Dixie on Wednesday night. The Reds could only muster 15 points in the first half and fell behind 32-15 at the half and couldn’t overcome the slow start. The Reds were led offensively by Zab Santana who scored 15 and Aaron Munson added 11 for the Reds in the loss, Stockton Albrecht also had 6 points on the evening. the loss drops the Reds record to 10-9 and remain at the #8 spot in the RPI.
over 2 years ago, Cedar High Athletics
Aaron Munson dunking the ball.
CCR Week~Jan. 31 - Feb. 4 School will be dismissed at 1:30 each day including Friday. Busses will run at 1:30.
over 2 years ago, Heidi Fieldsted
CCR Letter from Principal Sanders