Video slideshow of the 2017 Canyon View High School homecoming parade.
Canyon View High School Falcons football lost to Hurricane Tigers 3-16.
SUU Thunderbirds volleyball lost to Utah State Aggies 1-3.
Don’t forget to support the Southern Utah University football team Saturday at 6:00 pm when they take on Northern Iowa.
The CVHS Talon Craft Fair will be held November 17-18, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Friday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday at Canyon View High School (166 W 1925 N, Cedar City). Admission is $1 per person. Local crafters and vendors will be selling holiday gifts. Enjoy fun, food, drawings, and entertainment. For more information call 435-531-9370. Vendor forms can be found on the bottom left of the Canyon View High School home page.
Fee is $75 per booth plus a donation for the drawing. Booth size is approximately 10 feet by 10 feet. Setup for the fair will begin on November 17th at 3:00 pm and must be done by 5:00 pm.
Various groups will be performing on both days. Santa will make a special visit on Saturday.
Cedar quarterback Jaxon Garrett took the snap and dropped into the pocket, surveying the scene in front of him. He pumped once, then again, before unleashing a spiral into night sky. When the football landed in the waiting arms of Luke Maggio, the Redmen suddenly had life again in a crosstown rivalry game that had been dominated by Canyon View for 3 1/2 quarters on Friday night.
List of alumni that were senior students at Canyon View High School in Cedar City in 2004:
Bentley Dawn Rae
Natasha Van Amen
The Canyon View Falcons continued their Region 12 domination Tuesday with an 8-0 win over Richfield that also saw CV win its second straight region title. Allie Lloyd bagged a hat trick and Sydnee Evans scored twice for the Falcons. Makayla Mechem, Morgan Haag and Tylee Bulloch each added goals as well.
A pair of touchdowns on each side of halftime helped Canyon View blow open Friday’s contest against Richfield, and the defense put the hammer down in a dominating 32-8 win. Stockton Rigby threw three touchdowns, two of them to Isaiah Shearer, and the Falcons stymied the Wildcats’ offense for most of the game to remain unbeaten in Region 12.
Canyon View won its fourth game in a row as the Falcons took control early en route to a 5-0 victory at home. Mia Smith scored two goals and keeper Jessica Hinck earned the shutout for the Falcons. Ashlie Olenslager, Ruby Molina and KaKayla Mechem scored for CV as well.