Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Ralph Becker talks to us; Buhler hasn't yet

Salt Lake mayoral candidate Ralph Becker spoke to Judge student reporters on Friday, October 26. The other candidate, Dave Buhler, has yet to return our calls.

In the interview, which you can hear on our audio player to the right or here, Mr. Becker talks about the following issues:

  • Judge/neighborhood relations,
  • transportation plans for Salt Lake,
  • ideas to improve teens' lives in the city,
  • agenda for public education,
  • view on vouchers,
  • public safety,
  • the environment
  • his favorite music, movie, book, food, restaurant, skiing spot,
  • and what he likes most about Salt Lake.

Girls Basketball Tryouts

Tryouts will be held Monday November 5 in the Judge gym from 5-7 and on Tuesday November 6 from 3-5. Cuts will be made. Freshman: there may be a third day of tryouts.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Girls Basketball tryouts

Tryouts for all girls interested in playing on this year's team will be held on Monday, November 5 right after school.

Win in the First Round

The football team had a thriller on their hands last Friday. Judge gave themselves a 21-point lead, but the Morgan Trojans put up 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead the game by three with a couple of minutes left in the game. After a Sellwood field goal, the game was sent to overtime where Morgan scored first but missed the extra point. The Bulldogs drove the field and, after a Zach McKown touchdown, won the game with an extra point.

- Jack Lund

Saturday, October 20, 2007


Congratulations to our girls varsity soccer team for taking state in 3A over Juan Diego!
The final score was 1-0, and our goal was scored by Maddie Cartwright.
Great work, Lady Bulldogs!

- by Lieren S. Allen

Monday, October 15, 2007

Girls Soccer advances to State semifinals

The Judge girls soccer team has wrapped up the regular season with a third place finish in region 10. They began play in the state tournament as a major underdog and have managed to beat heavily favored Logan1-0 and Canyon View 2-0 in the first two rounds of the state tournament. The girls move on to the semifinals where they will play Wasatch Friday night at Woods Cross High School.

Hey New York People!

The Bulldog Press still needs your New York pictures! If you have any please send them to Erika Minjarez by email at e-minjarez@hotmail.com or bring them into room 126.
Make sure the pictures are labeled with the people in the picture, the place it was taken, your name, and if you bring them in, your CP (so we can return them to you).

- by Erika Minjarez

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Pre-Season Conditioning

All girls interested in playing on this year's girls basketball team are encouraged to come to pre-season conditioning starting this Wednesday. It will continue through October every Monday and Wednesday on the field. Hope to see you there!

- by Cricket Oles

Film Club

The Film Club may be well known at Judge for being the laid-back club where "all you have to do is show up and watch films." But now the somewhat small club might be scrambling; with the departure of their advisor, Mr. Dolan, who will step up to the plate to be the new head of the Film Club?

The Film Club is an easy going extracurricular which focuses on both watching and creating films. The Film Club is also the sponsor of the annual Judge Film Festival, where students can show off the films that they have made.

And coming up in November, the Film Club will kick off their year with a screening of the movie "Innocence", supposedly one of the greatest ghost stories of all time. Stay tuned to the Judge website for more information on the Film Club!

- by Emily Andrews

Ms. Rowland

Ms. Rowland is here for another exciting and fun-filled year at Judge. Most people here at Judge don't know her story. It is an interesting tale of hard work and a great administrator that actually walks to school every morning. She sets a great example for anyone that with or for her and always shares a wonderful attitude with everyone she knows.

Ms. Rowland came here at the ripe young age of 36. You may not believe me but her first job here was actually Dean of Students (Scarier than Dean Quinn, don't you think). That was 8 years ago though. Now she claims the Assistant Principal job. This job holds the task of taking care of anything that comes up. She was the one who worked with all the other administrators during the bitter farewell of Mr. Dolan earlier this week. She was also the caring soul that negotiated with UTA to get us those cool little cards that let us ride the Trax. She uses her strong personality traits such as not being easily upset, not being afraid to speak out or to try all options, and being a good listener, to fulfill the duties of her job.

She really expressed her feelings when it came to how she felt about Judge. "I really love Judge". She thinks that this years student body is great. She told me that,"Because I am not Dean anymore, they are all good."She also said that we seem smarter, harder working, and more responsible as a whole.

She is also planning for the future. Right now she is in graduate school to get an administrative licsense and one day become a principal. She is very content though with her job here and doesn't want to leave right away. She also has some advice for tis year's students. she is trying to tell us that we shouldn't just go through the motions and to do the reading.

Finally I asked her about Mr. Bartman and what she thought of him. She said, "He has a lot of good experiences and ideas that we need to balance out what w have here at Judge. Sh thinks that his time in public schools bruoght a new perspective to our school.

- by Jeff Scott

JV takes after varsity

You'd think that having an undefeated Varsity football team would make all the other teams within the school look bad. However, here at Judge that's not the case.

The Junior Varsity team is also undefeated and they aren't looking like they're going to stop any time in the near future. The team's quarterbacks are Vince Conti and Chris Pell. Although Chris Pell fractured his thumb in the game against Juan Diego and is unfortunately out for the season. Lucky for Judge, Vince Conti has taken control of the offense under center. Running backs include Paul Clark, Zack McKown, and Christian Barbiero. Christian is a sophomore who has been playing well after he transferred here this year from Juan Diego.

Another big win was the game against Park City at home who is a football rival on every level. This team is made up of all sophomore football players and most juniors, even though Junior Varsity seems to imply that the team is for Juniors. This allows the sophomores to be on the same team with the same coaches for two consecutive years, which helps with team chemistry. Also, sophomores that wouldn't ordinarily have very much playing time (if any) on a varsity team get to play and even start in some situations.

So really its the JV team that would seem to make the other teams look bad, but they haven't. Not yet anyway...

- by Jake Winter

Judge Hockey

Judge’s Hockey Team is off to a slow start. The Varsity team started off by losing to Cache Valley in an exhibition game and then to Park City in the regular season. They then tied South Valley but again, lost to Brighton. The Junior Varsity team has also not had the greatest start in the world. They lost to Fremont and tied the next two games to Park City and Viewmont. Although they aren’t winning all their games the future years look better.

The five freshmen on the hockey teams give new hope for wins in the future. With Stevie Strehl (#23) at left wing, Keegan Teeter (#2) right defense, Shepard Scott (#21) wing, Davis Pope (#31), and Alex Andruzzi (#39) goalie, things are looking upward. Stevie Strehl who is on the starting line, has already scored once this season for varsity and four times for JV. Shepard Scott has put his name out there by already scoring once for the varsity team. Both the varsity goalies have also proved useful. Davis Pope already has 52 saves for the varsity team and twelve for JV while Alex Andruzzi has 15 saves for varsity and 10 for JV. And last but not least Keegan Teeter has appeared in 4 games for the varsity team and 1 for the JV team.

All in all even though Judge’s hockey team hasn’t started so great it looks like they will be able to pick it up and finish strong. The future also looks good as long as the freshman keep it up. We’ll look forward to new and great players through the next years and good luck to both varsity and JV at their next games!

Boys swim team starts up

With the swim season starting all of the boys on Judge's swimming team were pumped to start this year where we will try to regain control of the 3-A High School State Championship. With Chris Gibbs as the boy's team captain everyone felt excited to start this year. With the splashes of all of the boys jumping in the pool that started their first 2007-2008 practice while the excitement overwhelming the pool the boy's are just hungry for that trophy.

- by Christopher Bujnowski

Study Abroad

Not only is Judge an outstanding school academically, but also it offers once-in-a-lifetime chances. There is the chance to do something wonderful that you will remember for the rest of your life, you can leave the country. On these trips it is a wonderful way to get away from your family and have a wonderful time with your classmates. For a couple grand you can have an experience that will change your life. Doors may open and you will be able to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. The foreign language department sets up tours that allow you to see the history of the world. You stay in good hotels and you can get your own bed, these trips are a real treat and with your foreign language class you can join the adventure.

To get involved speak with your foreign language teacher; it is a memory you will never forget, guaranteed.

Are you a philosopher?

Do you consider yourself somewhat of a philosopher? Or do you just like to talk about different ideas? If you sad yes to either of these questions, then I have a club for you. Philosophy Club meets about once every two weeks in room 104. After enjoying a snack, they listen to and discuss different philosophers and ideas. For instance, they recently had a meeting comparing and contrasting Plato and Aristotle. If any of this interests you or if you just want pizza and cookies, visit Mr. Lovett in room 104. Everyone is welcome.

- by Michael Greenberg

Freshmen art class

The freshmen art class has just gotten used to Mr. Bettin’s unique style of teaching. That is saying the least about it. We have just finished a drawing we’ve been working on for about two weeks. We have started a new drawing in which we draw a type of fruit or vegetable in a scientific perspective.

Asked if he liked the class he replied, “I like… most of the class,” glancing at one student in particular. I am not going to mention any names though (Armando). It seems that this freshman art class will be in for a very interesting year.

- by Patrick Boner

Girls swim team

The Girls swim team is now almost over with preseason training.

The training/practice/conditioning pool at Granite High school has been tested positive for over dosage of chlorine, rumoured to be at over 25%. So this week no swimming Monday, but an extended dry land practice will be organized to compensate for the accident. Team looking good. Maybe a 6th 1st place for our Judge girls swim team.

- by Joe


Every person in this world deserves to be treated fairly and justly. Now, even though you and i know that, our world is still full of prejudice, oppression, and hate.
That's where the Social Justice Leadership Team comes in.
Lead by Dr. Brinkman, this special group of people comes together to fight for and to protect the dignity of all people. They plan lessons about social justice for elementary school children to teach tomorrow's leaders, and, together with the Multicultural Club, they organize and lead school-wide campaigns to show the world that we, here at Judge, care.

Look for these upcoming events that the SJLT organized:

  • The Dia de la Raza Assembly (which is this coming Monday)
  • The Martin Luther King Assembly
  • Oppression Awareness Week
  • Asian Awareness Week
  • And A Week Without Violence

- by Madelyn Machon

JV girls cross country

Wednesday, October 3rd afternoon, I interviewed Camille Overmoe, a JV cross-country runner. Camille's favorite meet was the meet at UVSC (Utah Valley State College) in Orem, Utah - it was also her best meet. To train, she generally runs alone.

"I need motivation, so sometimes I run with my friends," she laughed.

Camille likes running to alternative music, so if you want to know why she's so bouncy with her iPod on, then that's why.

- by Heather Fisher

Girls Freshmen tennis

The girl's tennis team in past years has been an amazing team and squad and it just got better with ten new additions to the team, ten new freshman girls. This season has been great for the fresh new tennis players. Serving, slicing, spin, and winning has become a regular routine for the girls who have enjoyed playing the game, traveling to matches and meeting the older girls who also love the sport. The Fresh Tennis girls took the Junior Varsity by storm and won almost all of their matches until region where all but one lost. The varsity part of the team advances to state this weekend. One senior, Three Juniors, Two Soft-mores, and one freshman will do their best this weekend and hopefully lead us to victory!

- by Chloe Ropner

Environmental Club

It is often said that what you do to the environment effects not only you, but you're children and all other generations to come. Well here at Judge kids are taking the environment seriously, trying to rebuild and compensate for what our parents have done. The Environmental Club is a group of students committed to saving the planet by recycling and preserving through action and education. Because of the Environmental Club, Judge has a recycling program and is aware of what is happening to the planet, and active in its prevention. Through meetings, posters, programs, discussions, and encouragement, Judge, thanks to it's Environmental Club, is doing its part in preserving the planet for ourselves, and for generations to come!

-by Molly Pace

JV volleyball barely loses to Uintah

The J.V. volleyball team did exceptionally well on Tuesday after almost beating the Uintah Utes. They went all the way to 5 games but sadly lost it in the 5th game with the score of 15-13. There we many outstanding plays in the match including a couple great hits for Kenzie Carter and some amazing serves by Kaitlyn Sheck.

Freshmen core announced

Even if you didn't go to homecoming you still got to see the decorations displayed through the school homecoming week. "We used so many rolls of tape!" Commented Emily Burchett one of the freshman that makes up 'the core'. Its easy to believe especially walking through the halls and finding paper money and poker chips firmly taped down. So far this new part of the student council seems to be filled with school spirit. One of them was even the bulldog during the pep rally! The freshman core has President Jeff Scott and then following him are Emily, Serena, Vicky, and Ofa. We appreciate their talents and effort to lead the freshman class.

-by Gabriella Gurrister

Freshmen football

The Freshman football team is starting to pull it together as they begin playing in Region. They went 1-5 in their first 6 games, but that doesn't matter to them right now. All they care about is winning Region. Judge Memorial is in Region 10 which includes Park City, Wasatch, Union, and Uintah. Thursday, October 4, 2007, the freshman played Wasatch for their second region game. After defeating Park City the week before, the team lost to Wasatch 13-6.

Last Thursday the freshman team went up to Park City to play their first Region 10 game. Park City was a very good team, quick, strong, big, but that didn't mean anything. The freshman just wanted to beat Park City, even if it has to go down to the last second. Judge put points on the board first near the end of the first quarter.

Even though the Judge lost the second quarter, allowing Park City a touchdown, no extra point, they fought and fought 'til the final whistle blew. Judge scored the first touchdown of the second half, then allowed Park City to answer their score. After Isaac Haas scored the next touchdown, Riley Harper kicked it in for the extra point, leading Judge into the fourth quarter 16-12. Park City's next possession was succesful most of the way. They managed to score a touchdown, but couldn't convert extra point. Judge got the ball and worked it up the field in the minute-thirty they had left.

With ten seconds left Riley Harper set up for a 37-yard field goal. The play was about the begin, but Park City called a time out. Riley set up for a second time, this time the ball was snapped, and before you knew it, the ball went straight through the uprights! Judge was now in the lead 19-18 with about 5 seconds left. The next kickoff Judge stuffed Park City and Judge had won their first region game.

Interview with JM Athletic Director

We all know that our football team is the number one ranked team in 3A, but do we know who is behind the football team? Dan Del Porto is the athletics director, not to mention also the activities director. Mr. Delporto is responsible for all athletic programs here at Judge Memorial, assisted by Mattie Reed. I recently talked to him, and he had this to say: "All of the sports are doing really well this year." Dan went on about different sports, including cross country, we have the number one cross country runner in the nation Luke Puskedra. And of course, he mentioned the girls soccer teams. Last, but certainly not least, football, who have been ranked in the top five all year and are currently 6-1. Let's hope they keep it up to Rice Eccles Stadium. So, all in all, the athletic director, Dan Del Porto tells us that things are going great.

-by Mary Morgan

Freshmen girls volleyball

Game 1: 15-25(Uintah)
Game 2: 25-21(Judge)
Game 3: 7-15(Uintah)
Game 4: 6-15(Uintah)

Great Serves by Ryley Carman, Tessa Mills, Sam Highsmith, Kristy Smith, and Maddie Gilstrap. Sam and Ryley got 100% of their serves in, and we had one ace by Tessa Mills. Great sets by our four setters Sam Highsmith, Maddie Keyes, Sarah Marks, and Kristy Smith. Great blocks by Sam, Damara, and Ryley. Great job freshman ladies. You showed how to talk it up!

Sophomore volleyball

Judge's Sophomore volleyball team played Uintah on Tueday. Although they held their own throughout all 3 games, Uintah won the match. The whole team had strong serving as well as passing. Mallory McGill and Lehua Kali had beautiful sets. The team took advantage of those assists in all games, but especially in the second game, when our team had six kills total. Coach Gilmore could not make it to this game so Coach Horner stepped in. Dani Wagner was also out with a sprained leg, but will be playing again soon.

Freshmen help JV boys xc

Judge Memorial has a very talented varsity cross country team. Much of the cross country team's publicity is taken up by Luke Puskedra. Many people look at him and not the future of the team, the freshman. This year's freshman running group is filled with talented runners like Matt Kestle, Alex Baker, Zach Knettles, Matt Pell, Jackson Elizondo, Weston Firmage, Dan Goodman, and many others. This year has brought in one of the largest freshman running groups that the school has seen in a long time. Not only are they large, but they are fast and are closely connected. During races, the freshman have been steadily improving thanks to help from each other during practices and races. There are good things developing in the freshman and we can expect a stellar team in the near future.
- by Matt Pell

Friday, October 05, 2007

Cross Country kids get ready for region competition

The Cross Country boys and girls are gearing up for their Region 10 meet on Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at the Cottonwood Complex. All season, they have been in the top 3 teams in 3A. In their last meet, boys and girls JV took first in 1-3A, Varsity girls got second by one point behind Park City, and the Varsity boys got third.
Luke Puskedra has smashed the competion all year, winning every race and setting course records nearly everywhere he runs. He leads a very promising boys team which includes John Foye, Parker Mildenhall, Max Lamb, Chris Sayre and Frank Barrows. Dane Brodke and Matt Pell also run varsity and Peter Bryner is close behind.
Top girl Hailey Knettles has also been in the top five runners in nearly every race. She leads the girls with a strong team which include Lizzie Hindert, Lindsay Baker, Emma Welch, and Rosie Neville. Other Varsity runners include soccer and volleyball players, and runners who too run in the JV races, such as Jess Gaffney. New freshman, Alex Hallows, who also plays soccer, looks promising and will hopefully continue her fast times at Region.
Region should be a very exciting meet, because Park City and Judge have been neck and neck all year. Who will come out on top? Watch the region race to see, which is also a great preview for the State race on October 17.

- by Katie Harrington

Tommy Debut Postponed

While Judge's upcoming musical Tommy has been the recent prize and focus of the Tech Department, conflicts with upcoming sports games have forced Mr. Hathaway, the director of the Theatre Department (of which Tech is a part) to move the opening night back a day, to November 3 at 7 p.m. Tommy will continue to show the next few weekends, at 2:30 p.m. on November 4 and at 7 p.m. on November 8, 9, 16. The final show will be November 17. While Mr. Hathaway has directed several plays from last year, this will be the first play of his choice to be shown at Judge. Check next month's Bulldog Press issue for the reasons behind his choice.

- by Geoff Burlew

Junior Classical League

The JCL club headed my Magister Soran, has so far been a success. So far JCL has gotten together for events such as Roman Cooking, Toga Bowling, as well as their Mentoring program, which has been used to teach junior high and elementary school students the fundamentals of Latin. This Sunday, October 7, the JCL will be holding another get-together at the University of Utah Union building for some billiards, pizza, and soda.

- by Luigi Lollini

Interact News

We are going to be discussing and planning a few upcoming events at our next meeting next Thursday, October 11. They will be a lot of fun, and new members are always welcome, so stop on by!

-By Kiersten Thorsen

Reasons To See Tommy

"It's not like anything Judge has ever done before"
-Pat Thompson, Thomas Tsuruda

"It's a story about hardship, you can't always get what you want"
-Sean Abel

"Rock operas are uncommon in high schools"
-Erica Paul

"The music is different. Judge has never done a rock opera before"
-Levaughn Wilkins

"You can ROCK OUT at the show"
-Jackie Graham

"Judge is lucky to be able to perform this play and we should take advantage of it"
-Chris Voss

"It will be an awesome show"
-Eric White

Dance gains professional experience in NYC

"Our trip to New York was way awesome!" exclaims Ms. Sawaya the head of the Dance Department. On Monday September 24, about 52 Judge students, parents, and faculty members boarded a plane to New York City, New York. Of this group composed of dancers, techies, and actors of the drama squad, 20 belong to the Judge Dance Company including Ms. Sawaya and Ms. Washington.

The intent of this trip was to experience dance on a professional level by visiting three Broadway plays and participating in advanced workshops taught by the broadway aces themselves. The Dance Company attend three major schools of dance; Alvin Ailey, Broadway Dance, and Paul Taylor's School of Dance. For those of you less attuned to the workings of the various performance schools; Alvin Ailey is an institution that began in March 1958, at the 92nd Street Young Men's Hebrew Association in New York. It was instigated by Alvin Ailey and a young group of African-American modern dancers.* The Judge gathering participated in a Master class that is taught by "The Masters" at Alvin Ailey. According to Ms. Sawaya, "It was certainly a privilege to take part in this sort of [professional] study of dance". As the young women were given instruction by some of the most acknowledged Broadway dancers of their time it certainly was a once in a lifetime trip. However, if that wasn't impressive, the Dance Company's tour guides of the "Big Apple" were working actors and could offer further insight to the components of modern performance in New York.

Though this journey was centered upon dance, the Company also traveled to historic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Apollo Theater, Ellis Island, and New York University. The one downside to the trip was that much of the traveling involved walking from one landmark to the other. At times, a bus was provided to allow the group a rest for their sore feet and on other occasions the Company boarded the subway to travel to their various workshops and attractions. Aching feet aside, the Dance Company's trip to New York provided unforgettable memories and professional experience for those who were privileged to attend.

- by Eric Humphrey

Swim Team Works on Chemistry

Have you smelled chlorine in your classes lately? It is probably emanating from the swimmer sitting in front of you. The swim season officially started with the team hopping in the pool on September 17. That chlorine smell will be the official perfume of the swimmers for the next six months (the longest of the sports seasons). But is the concentration of chlorine in the athletes' skin actually harmful to them?

With the recent breakout of cryptosporidium bacteria in local swimming pools, the amount of chlorine in pools has been increased and children under the age of five have been banned from most public pools. Granite High School pool, however, hosts only the Judge swim team-none of whom are under five or carrying the harmful crypto; therefore the concentration of chlorine should be less than that of public pools in the area. Following the direction of the State Board of Health, the chlorine level has been raised from the usual 1.5% to 5% in order to kill the crypto. This level, though somewhat uncomfortable, is safe.

Recently, the members of the swim team have noticed some unusual symptoms due to the chlorine. While the swimmers are used to and even pride themselves on ailments such as dry skin, bleached hair and that chlorine smell that seems to follow them everywhere, they were not expecting to experience the loss of arm hair, reduction of eyebrows and minor chemical burns and rashes. The health department was called in to test the level of chlorine. To no surprise, the level was too high: about 7-10% which is approaching the danger zone. Sodium was added to dilute the chlorine and it is now down to a comfortable level. Despite this discomfort, the swimmers are still working hard towards getting in shape for the season. The first meet is on October 25 in Kearns.

- by Maria Schwarz

Lacrosse fall league

The boys' Utah Select Lacrosse league has begun, below is the Utah Select schedule


1. Juan Diego 3. Brighton
5. Park City 7. Jordan
2. Bingham
4. Alta 6. Judge 8. Copper Hills

Sat. 9/22 Field A B
Sat. 9/29 Field A B

9am - 10am
1 v 2 3 v 4
9am - 10am 1 v 5 2 v 6
10am - 11am
5 v 6 7 v 8
10am - 11am 3 v 7 4 v 8
11am - 12pm
1 v 3 2 v 4
11am - 12pm 1 v 6 2 v 5
12pm - 1pm
5 v 7 6 v 8
12pm - 1pm 3 v 8 4 v 7

Sat. 10/ 6 Field A B
Sat. 10/13 Field A B

9am - 10am
1 v 7 2 v 8
9am - 10am
#1 1 v 8 #2 4 v 5
10am - 11am
3 v 5 4 v 6
10am - 11am
#3 2 v 7 #4 3 v 6
11am - 12pm
1 v 8 2 v 7
11am - 12pm #5 W1 v W2 #6 L1 v L2
12pm - 1pm 3 v 6 4 v 5
12pm - 1pm #7 W3 v W4 #8 L3 v L4


Sat. 10/20 Field A B

9am - 10am Open

10am - 11am Open

11am - 12pm W6 v W8 L6 v L8

12pm -1pm W5 v W7 L5 v L7


Visit Utah Select at http://www.utahselect.org/

Anime Club president speaks

I interviewed Keawe Kali, the President of the Anime Club about what they had been working on during meetings the past month or so and this is what she told me:

"We are thinking of having a haunted house during the Halloween dance. So we've been trying to put that together. Because of where the dance is located and how limited we are, we were given the auditorium's basement classroom to work with as the haunted house."

A haunted house is a good idea for something to do during the Halloween dance, especially if you're not a big dancer or socializer. So, make sure to head to the basement of the auditorium to have a screaming good time!

- by Sarah Fitzpatrick

Lit Mag editor named

Stuart Ford has been appointed editor of publicity. Lit Mag is is currently working on jacket designs.

- by Lauren Allen

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Another Change in the Choir Schedule

I know everyone was hoping to hear the choirs sing the National Anthem on Friday, October 5 at the football game. But, due to weather concerns, both choirs will not be singing. Instead, Ashely Bassett and Lagi Netzler will be performing their duet. Madrigals and Chorale will be singing the Anthem at the football game on Thursday, October 18.
- by Rosie Neville

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Cheerleaders are Working Hard

Our cheerleaders are working hard everyday after school, whether it be for the upcoming Bulldog Boogie or halftime shows for football games. Right now they are involved in teaching the younger kids their Bulldog Boogie dances, which started on Tuesday, 10/2. The performances will be during halftime of the upcoming football game against Wasatch this Friday, 10/5. Other than that they keep on practicing every day after school and on Friday they have team dinners with the football team. Keep cheering hard!

- by Max Lamb

Attention all New York goers!

The Bulldog Press needs pictures from the New York trip!
If you went to New York and have pictures from the trip, email them to Erika Minjarez at e-minjarez@hotmail.com, or bring them into room 126*.
With your pictures be sure to include the names of the people in the picture, a description of the event, and why you chose to send in the picture.

*If you bring in pictures, make sure they are labelled with your name and CP so that we can return them to you!

- by Erika Minjarez

Girls Lacrosse Update

Hey everyone!

Here's an update about how girl's lacrosse is going.

Girl's lacrosse has started with its fall clinic and scrimages.
Also, the trip to Disney World has been cancelled.

The winter league is starting soon for experienced players. For more information visit utahlax.org

To be updated on everything that has to do with girl's lacrosse, check out the girl's lacrosse webpage on judgememorial.com

- by Claire Lordon

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Orchestra's Upcoming Fall Concert

Our Judge Musical Groups have been busily preparing for the 2007 Fall Concert. Working all summer, and beginning their school practice at 7:00 am, both band and orchestra are ready to delight and entertain an audience with their musical prowess. Choir will also be performing, and there are plans in the making for a guitar ensemble. The Fall Concert promises to be an exciting event, and everyone is encouraged to attend. The event is soon so start making plans to attend the Fall Concert, October 17, at 7:00 pm.

- by Parker Mildenhall

Girls Basketball-Season coming up!

Tryouts for this year's girls basketball teams will be held on Monday, November 5. There will be one tryout for all freshmen through seniors and teams will be split up accordingly. For all girls interested, fall workouts will begin the week of October 15. Dates and places TBA. All girls are encouraged to come and work out to get in shape for the season.

First game: November 27 vs. Highland

- by Cricket Oles

Girls Tennis Heads to State

The Girls tennis team played their region matches this weekend taking second overall. They played region rival Park City and Waterford, coming in second overall for region. Junior Varsity did not advance to the state finals but the Varsity girls will be ready to take on other 3A opponents this weekend at BYU for the State championships.

- by Danny Franks

Singers to perform this Friday

The Madrigals and Chorale will be singing the National Anthem this Friday October 5 before the football game!

There has been a change in the schedule!! The fall concert will now be Wednesday October 17 at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium instead of Thursday. Since there isn't a football game on Wednesday everyone should be there!!

- by Rosie Neville

Monday, October 01, 2007

Big Win in Park City

The Bulldogs came to play on Friday against the Miners. It was a full 48 minutes of football but Judge came out on top 21-14. Joe Pond tossed 3 touchdowns to Keenyn Walker and led the Bulldogs to the win. Team captain Tyson Moll forced two fumbles and helped keep the Miners out of the end zone. The Bulldogs are now 6-0 and ranked #1 in 3A; they host Wasatch this Friday.

- by Jack Lund