Provo Girls Varsity Basketball

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Student Bus Scheduled for Thursday’s Game vs East

Students, Buy your ticket to ride the student bus up to the girls quarterfinal game tonight.  We will need to fill the bus in order to send it.  The ticket costs $5 and can be bought at the finance office.  Also, remember to bring an additional $5 to buy your ticket up at SLCC.  The

Girls Basketball Beats Jordan to Advance to Quarterfinals

The girls basketball team put forth a solid effort against Jordan High School.  All starters contributed to the win with Lavender Briggs leading with 24 points despite being double teamed most of the game.  Lia Kaufusi stepped up big to score 14 points and bring down 11 rebounds.  Read more on their efforts at the

Basketball Games on Tuesday vs Wasatch on E.Olliff Sports Network

A lot is riding on the games this Tuesday night as both boys and girls basketball teams face the Wasps of Wasatch High School.  The boys are fighting for a spot in the playoffs. The girls are celebrating their four seniors and fighting for a 2nd seed in the state tournament. The games will be

Provo Girls Basketball Youth Camp May 29-June 2nd

The Lady Bulldogs will be hosting their youth camp from May 29th – June 2nd.  The camp will take place at the current high school. Dates: May 29-June 2 For grades: 3-8 Time: 4-6pm on May 29th-31st (at Provo High) June 1st-2nd (UVU team camp, 5 game guarantee) Cost: $40 for 3rd & 4th grade,

Lavender Briggs Named 1st Team All-State

For her third consecutive year, Lavender Briggs has been honored as an All-State basketball player.  This is her second consecutive year for being named as a 1st Team All-State player. You can read up on Lavender’s distinction here: https://www.deseretnews.com/top/4025/0/A-closer-look-at-the-2018-Utah-5A-All-State-Girls-Basketball-Team.html Congratulations Lavender!

Provo Celebrated Basketball History in Old Gym

The saying, “I’m not as good as I once was, but I’m as good once as I ever was” was all but true for the Provo High faithful last Friday night as they witnessed varsity games for the girls’ and boys’ teams.  Both boys’ and girls’ teams played exceptionally and honored the tradition and history that

Meet Coach Barker Sept 5th 6:30 PM

Provo High’s new Girls Basketball coach Amanda Barker will be hosting a “Meet the Coach” event on Tuesday September 5th.  The event will take place at the Sonnenberg household at their pool.  Please come join Coach Barker at an open house/pool.  The Sonnenbergs Address: 1871 N 1740 W Provo, UT 84604

Amanda Barker Named as Head Girls Basketball Coach

Provo High School is excited to announce the hire of Amanda Barker as the new girls’ basketball coach.  Coach Barker brings a wealth of basketball experience as a coach and former player.  Coach Barker was an All-State athlete in both basketball and volleyball while growing up in Wyoming.  She accepted the offer to play basketball

Girls Basketball Announces Youth Basketball Camp

Come join the Lady Bulldog Basketball team on weekdays starting May 31st and ending June 14th. Camp takes place from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm for all girls entering grades 3rd – 8th. Cost: $75 You can pay at the PHS Business Office or online at: https://secure2.myschoolfees.com/single_item_link.aspx?sid=117&feeid=6861 You will need to bring your registration form

Three Bulldogs Named to the Academic All-State Team for Winter Sports

Provo High is proud to recognize the three Bulldogs who were named to the Academic All-State Team for Winter Sports.  Abby Moore, Spencer Jorgensen and Schafer Heiner were recognized at the state championship game of their respective sport for being outstanding students and athletes.  Both Abby and Spencer maintain an impressive 4.0 GPA.  Schafer Heiner’s