By Shaun Szkolnik
For The Tribune
SPRINGVILLE — The City of Springville has unveiled a new sign that recognizes the accomplishments of Springville High School softball, a program that has won four state championships since 2015.
“Having raised softball playing girls, I know the unbelievable effort and time devoted by Springville High School softball players, coaches and parents to reach such unbelievable accomplishments — four consecutive state championships,” Springville Mayor William ‘Butch’ Isley said. “The citizens of Springville, Argo and other community residents take great pride in sharing on those fantastic efforts. The City of Springville wanted to erect a sign that would bring the recognition to these ladies that they so deserve.”
The sign was revealed on Friday morning and is located near the Davis Lake Volunteer Department. It features a photo of each of the four state championship teams. Springville High School Softball won 5A State Championships in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.