" template="/home/bhsalumn/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery-carousel.php" order_by="sortorder" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"]Boys’ soccer • Sobreira and Bingham defeat Copper Hills. South Jordan • Highlights weren’t exactly in short supply for Bingham senior Leo Sobreira while the ball was in motion on Tuesday. Take for instance the time Sobreira, sensing there was “no other option,” did a bicycle kick to reverse the ball. Or when he headed a ball straight toward the goal, only to see a teammate inadvertently deflect it out of bounds. But Sobreira, as it turned out, was at his best when he placed the ball down for a free kick after a foul. Sobreira did it plenty of times in a region tilt against Copper Hills, from a variety of spots on the field, and converted twice as Bingham beat the Grizzlies 2-1. “That’s Leo,” Miners coach Ahmed Bakrim said. “...
It is reunion time for all of our Bingham High School Classes that graduated in a year ending with a "7" or a "2" (ie. 1977 or 2002 etc.) We have received information on the following reunions: -Class of 1977 will be holding a 40 Year reunion on August 12, 2017 at Bingham High School in the cafeteria. A Meet and Mingle will begin at 6:30 pm and dinner will begin at 7:00. The cost is $30 per person. Contact Mary Zervos Yannias or Facebook page “Bingham High School 40 Year Reunion” or email BINGHAM1977@gmail.com -Class of 1987 The Class of '87 Thirty-Year Reunion will be held August 26, 2017 at Canyon Rim Park in SLC. Please contact Jason Bennion at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, and make sure to submit your name and address to https://ineedyouraddress.com/bingham1987/ -Class of 1997 will be holding their reunion on Saturday June 10, 2017 at 6:30 pm at Bingham High School. RSVP by May 1 at Binghamninetyseven Reunion (BHS...
Bingham High Alumni Foundation Meeting March 13, 2017 Members in Attendance: Scott Crump, Conducting, Jill Hightower, John Berg, Randy Tyson, Marilyn Richards, Deanne Curtis, Sherm Margetts, David Gourley, Chris Richards-Kong. Members Excused: Mike Anderson Minutes taken by Deanne Curtis Thank you Sherm Margetts for the treats. Minutes of January meeting were read and a motion made by Randy Tyson and seconded by Marilyn Richards that the minutes be approved. The meeting date for April will need to be changed due to spring recess. It was agreed that the meeting will be held on April 24, 2017 at 3:15 pm in the Alumni Room. Those that could stay and help read scholarships are encouraged to do so. Marilyn is finishing up the newsletter and it will be out soon. The next newsletter will be spring/summer. Isabell Scroggin can no longer write and mail the Thank You cards to the donors...
Down 7-3 in the top of the sixth inning, Cottonwood was knocking on the door. The Colts had loaded the bases with no outs and chased Bingham starting pitcher Peyton Jones. Junior right-hander Ethan Fowlks took over on the mound, tasked with getting three outs to keep the Miners’ perfect record in Region 3 play. Fowlks took the ball from Jones and promptly sat down the next three batters, sending them back to the dugout swinging. “I felt like I was hitting my spots perfectly. I just got in there and I was really consistent, really feeling good,” Fowlks said. Fowlks showed off his breaking ball and curveball, but his fastball stole the show. Fowlks’ heater was overpowering for the Colts. His manager, longtime Bingham coach Joey Sato, heaped praise upon Fowlks’ composure in a high-pressure situation. “He came in, bases loaded, and punches out three guys. That’s quite a good thing for a young man,” Sato said. “We’re really happy for him. He co...
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“Dason Youngblood is simply a winner. You can’t argue with a starting guard on back-to-back state championship teams. He is one of those kids that coaches joke that they hate as an opponent but would love to have on their team. He has that X factor that every coach wants in his players that can’t really be taught. He is an ultimate competitor and just knows how to win. He comes from a great family with quite the basketball legacy, and this kid has definitely added to that legacy. He is an explosive scorer. If he wants to get to the rim, there is really no stopping him. He developed his outside shot to a level that you would have to honor that as well. He has the ability to just simply put his team on his back and carry them to a win… as evidenced by him scoring all 22 of his team’s 22 points at half in our first meeting. He is an excellent passer. He sees the floor so well and just has the unique ability to find the right guy at the right time. He rebounds as good as any guard...
The Class of '87 Thirty-Year Reunion will be held August 26, 2017 at Canyon Rim Park in SLC. Mark your calendars and start making travel plans now! Details and costs are being worked out, but Jason Bennion states that it will be a relaxed daytime event; the venue DOES allow alcohol, so those that want are welcome to BYOB, but there are no plans for a formal bar or bartender. Tickets will start selling soon, and they will likely be around $25-30 per person. More news will be posted as the committee does further planning. In the meantime, Jason asks that everyone reading this help to spread the word. He wants to make sure everyone in the Class of 1987 knows about this! He encourages class members to post this information on social media, call, text, send old-fashioned snail mail... even talk face-to-face if that's your thing! The committee plans to mail out physical announcements later, but wants to get some buzz going now. ...
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Last Graduating Class, Copperton School. Bingham High School, South Jordan, Utah Established ($11,000,000) BHS, Copperton Becomes The Bingham Junior High School.
Madrigal Choir Established
Bingham Central Building, Which served As Bingham High From 1924-1931 and the Bingham Central Elementary from 1931-1961 is demolished.
First Boys' Basketball Championship
Joel P Jensen, Principal, (1956-1962)
H.W. Jorgenson, Principal (1955-1956)
First Wrestling Team Organized
"Dreams Of Bingham High" School Hymn Composed By Lowel Hicks. A'capella Choir Established.
Dressing Room And Ticket Booth added to the Stadium
Baseball State Championship
Miners Club Name Changed to Prospectors. Football State Championship.
Football Championship. First "Miss Coppertonian" yearbook Queen Selected
Baseball State Championship. The Copper Colored Plaster Relief of the Copper Mine Created By T.S. Knapus Is Placed In The Main Hall Entrance.
Football State Championship
Baseball State Championship
First Football State Championship. The first BHS Building (1912-1924) is razed and recycled.
Auditorium added to the BHS Building. Opening of the BHS Stadium. Pep Club is renamed "Minerettes."
Student Newspaper name changed to Hi Lights. Candleight Service Program Established by Joel P. Jensen, Music Teacher.