Trent Maurer Signs With SUU Track


John Ursua Added to Biletnikoff Award Watch List

John Ursua, former Cedar High football player and current wide receiver at Hawaii has been added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list! Future NFL player from Cedar City? Maybe. The Biletnikoff Award annually recognizes the top wide receiver in college football. Rainbow Warrior pass catcher already has 453 receiving yards on the season, ranking #1 in the nation in receiving yards per game!

The 2017 Biletnikoff Award winner will be presented live on December 7, 2017, on The Home Depot College Football Awards Show. The show will be broadcast from 7:00-9:00 p.m. EST on ESPN. Biletnikoff Award voter Desmond Howard will present the 2017 Biletnikoff Award winner on the show.

Ursua and the Warriors will take the field again this Saturday at Aloha Stadium vs. Colorado State at 6 PM HT.

Cedar High Redmen Football Beats Canyon View Falcons

Cedar works late magic to beat Canyon View

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.

CHS Alumni 1988 (Cedar High School)

List of alumni that were senior students at Cedar High School in 1988:

Ron Adair
Tory Adair
Bret Allred
Lee Allton
Bruce Anderson
Craig Anderson
Heather Anderson
Melanie Anderson
Natalie Anderson
Ryan Anderson
Rafael Arteaga
Jon Ashdown
Ricci Ashdown
Chris Atkin
Don Backus
David Bairett
Lance Baldry
Brad Barnes
Ryan Barnes
Allan Barr
Mike Barrick
Chari Batt
Jason Batt
Jason Beacham
Kerbi Bedonie
Rand Bettridge
Vickie Bia
Tony Bigelow
Robyn Bishop
Garyson Bitsoie
Mike Blackburn
Kim Blackner
Lori Blackner
Jackie Blake
Marci Bogedahl
Kendra Bohman
Kathy Bohne
Scott Bonzo
Todd Boyer
Russell Bradshaw
Denise Braegger
Don Brinkerhoff
Scott Brooksby
Kristen Brown
Ryan Brown
Russel Brunson
Stacy Bryant
Amber Bulloch
Cody Bulloch
Darren Bulloch
Natalie Bulloch
Nikole Bulloch
David Burbidge
April Bybee
Eric Carpenter
Stacy Chamberlain
Angelle Cheek
Willie Chidester
Carlos Clark
Nancy Clark
Teresa Clark
Janette Cornelius
Tonya Carnelius
Amy Corry
DeLynn Corry
Daniel Cotts
Mark Covington
Kimberly Dalley
VaLyn Darrington
Denice Daughton
Beau Davis
Kristin Davis
Chris Dedrick
Mike Dedrick
Tony Despain
Darcie Dotson
Brian Dunaway
Travis Duran
Jennifer Durdin
Dan Earle
Echo Edwards
Jason Edwards
Shane Esplin
Tracy Esplin
Cathy Evans
Derk Evans
Susan Evans
Mike Felix
Codi Fitch
Craig Flanigan
Chad Forbush
Scott Forsyth
Nick Froyd
Layne Fullmer
Amy Gale
Billy Gardner
Quinn Gardiner
Tyler Garfield
Scott Garrett
Ken Gilbert
Candace Giles
Lynnette Gilger
Lynnette Goodwin
Veronique Goupil
Stephanie Graf
Mason Graff
Rachel Graff
Teryl Gray
Brian Green
Jennifer Grimshaw
Brent Hall
Mark Hancey
Brandon Harding
Karolee Harding
Jason Hatch
Loni Hatch
Lori Heath
Lisa Heaton
Larry Heywood
Phil Hickman
Lisa Hollinger
Russell Holyoak
Shelly Hopwood
Jennifer Hughes
Joe Hughes
Jeff Humphries
Chad Hunter
Heidi Hunter
Richard Huntsman
Amy Hyer
Rebecca Israel
Theressa James
Brian A. Jensen
Brian L. Jensen
Jennifer Johnson
Jeniffer C. Johnson
Nicole Johnson
Angie Jones
Brennen Jones
Danny Jones
Marcy Jones
Melissa Jones
Tracy Jones
Jason Kimball
LaNeta Kimball
Matthew Knight
Robbie Knight
Jason Komarek
Kyle Lambeth
Peggy Larsen
Jerod Larson
Kevin Lasson
Milea Leding
Randy Leep
Bobette LeFevre
Matt LeFevre
Cathy Lipscomb
Nathan Lunceford
Kregg Lunt
Richard MacRae
Vicki Mancini
Darren Marchant
Kirk Marchant
Charo Marsal
Leslie Matheson
Jerry Maxwell
Kurtis Maxwell
Teri Maxwell
Jason McCoy
Roy McKeen
Troy McKinnon
Mark Melling
Kris Mendenhall
Jason Mercer
Mike Miller
Sharlene Miller
Steve Millett
Jason Mitchell
Heidi Molyneux
Charla Monds
Chris Monson
Nicalyn Morris
Matt Moyle
Alene Munford
Nicole Muschner
Jennifer Nakken
Debie Neilson
Ericka Nichols
Barry Nielson
Per Norberg
Becky O’Neal
Sonja Oliekan
Camille Orton
Nichole Oyler
Jennifer Palmer
Stacey Palmer
Tracy Palmer
Catharine Parke
David Parke
Sonia Parker
Katie Parry
Jon Paulsen
Lacey Perkins
Brandon Peterson
Jim Peterson
Shannon Pollard
Devey Powell
Lanora Powell
David Price
NanciAnne Prince
Perry Ray
Ryan Reeves
Carla Richman
Rochelle Rigby
Jason Robb
Grant Roberts
Wallace Rogers
John Rollins
Kevin Schramm
Harmony Seegmiller
Dane Shakespear
Eric Shirley
DawnMarie Simpson
Henry Slack
Jason Slack
Aaron Smith
Lance Smith
Nicole Smith
Vance Smith
Celete Sorensen
Sheri Sorensen
Paul Southwick
Paul Spencer
Brandon Spevak
Scott Staple
Howard Starr
Mark Stein
David Stone
Kurt Stratton
Daniel Stuckey
Jeff Swain
Barbara Tebbs
Eric Thomas
Kyle Thompson
Tiffani Thompson
Sara Tippetts
Clay Tom
Shelly Tuckett
Kelli Van Dyk
Anjanette Wallace
Belinda Warby
Holly Ward
Mike Warner
Wendy Weaver
Heather Webster
Rick Webster
Michelle Welch
Karen Widle
Mary Anne Wiebe
David Wilcox
David Williams
KayLynn Williams
Cathy Wood
Russ Woodmancy
Phil Wright

School Song – Cedar High School (CHS)

Steve Shirts – Current Band Director

The CHS school song is steeped in tradition. It appears to be based on
the “Brown Cheering Song” from Brown University. It has been sung by
Redmen since the first Cedar High School opened its doors in 1940. The
song starts with the students chanting the spelling of “REDMEN” and then
breaks into a rousing, spirited tune. Whenever the song is sung, students
and alumni should rise to show respect for the school and everything it
stands for.

Listen to the CHS school song!




When the Redmen, our team, is in the game,
And the whole school is fighting to guard its name,
And the Reds yell like warriors as the team goes by,
There’s a killing in the ol’ town tonight.

When Cedar’s banners are waving in triumph o’er the hill,
And Cedar’s cohorts are cheering,
For the Reds have made their kill. (Rah! Rah!)
This day is ours, ours forever. Let victory never fade.
Then rise, rise and cheer boys,
‘Till the winning score is made.

Watch a video of the school song, led by the cheer squad!


In keeping with school tradition, each class has their own unique
chant. These chants are done at Pep Rallys during the school year.
Students should memorize their class’s chant.


Ip Skiddly Ooten Dooten
Bah Bah Ska Deeten Dooten
Ah Cha Rah Cha
Cedar High


Digga Digga Hot Potata
Half past an aligata!
Ram Bam Boom
A-Legga Chick-A-Rah Dah
Cedar High School
Boom! Rah! Rah!


Go Cedar Go!
Go Cedar Go!
Go Cedar, Go Cedar,
Go Cedar Go!


C-E-D, D-A-R

Cedar Football Loses to Dixie 7-24

Prep football: Dixie airs it out to beat Cedar, 24-7

Dixie quarterback Jacob Barben received some good news before Friday’s game at Cedar: He was going to be throwing a lot. “The (Cedar) linebackers are studs. They stack the box,” Barben said. “One-on-one on the outside, we are going to take it.”

Cedar High School Principals

John Dodds | Cedar High School Principal
John Dodds |
Cedar High School

2013 John Dodds
2009 Kevin Garrett
2002 Paul Maggio
2001 Paul Maggio
2000 Paul Maggio
1999 Paul Maggio
1996 Ronald D. Ferguson
1992 Ronald D. Ferguson
1991 Ronald D. Ferguson
1990 Ronald D. Ferguson
1989 Ronald D. Ferguson
1988 Ronald D. Ferguson
1987 Steve Laing
1986 Steve Laing
1985 Steve Laing
1984 Steve Laing
1983 Vernile Matheson
1981 Vernile Matheson
1980 Vernile Matheson
1979 Jerald Hawley
1977 Jerald Hawley
1973 James Miller, Bruce Decker
1968 Clair Morris
1967 Clair Morris
1966 Clair Morris