Feeling of family prevails at the Wasps' football games
Great article! Although we've outgrown One stop light syndrome, we are still a
tight knit community and it shows with the awesome support that is poured out to
these kids all year at all activities. All we're missing is the Applebees. Mr. Pedersen, I'm pulling for the Tigers! You're exactly right about how
the school is so important in a small community.
I'm a bit biased- but Great Article! I feel very blessed to live and have grown
up in such a great community. Coach Tree was a teacher of mine and was a great
person who kept a great tradition that Coach North continues. Many of us
continue to chose to live in this valley for many of the attributes described in
this article. Go Wasatch!!
I knew both Coach Tree. And I know Coach North. The Wasatch student body has
been lucky to have these guys. They are outstanding individuals They just happen
to be coaches too.
Excellent article! It gives great insight into what a one-school community is
like and how interweaved the high school programs are with the community.
Wasatch football has a proud tradition and Coach North and his staff are
well-respected throughout the state. Hurricane has a similar tradition. Our
hearts went out to the WHS team when we heard how their game with Judge ended.
It is truly a game of inches.Kevin Pedersen, principalHurricane High