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 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 Cedar High School in 1988:
Brian A. Jensen
Brian L. Jensen
Jeniffer C. Johnson
Kelli Van Dyk
Mary Anne Wiebe
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
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.
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.”
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