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Raelyn Roberson on the collegiate TRACK

Tommy Marquardt, co-sports editor

March 21, 2020

It was a normal meet day for track star Raelyn Roberson. She warmed up with her fellow long jumpers, made sure to stay hydrated and listened to the same playlist that she does before every meet (usually Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar)...


Skylar Kreske and Annie Rogula

March 16, 2020

Swimming has never been about the awards, but rather being around hard-working athletes and the excitement of the team, stated Keith MacDonald, head swim coach. MacDonald has coached swimming for over 30 years and attributes a ...

Shapiro’s rehab to end in time for baseball season and collegiate career

Tommy Marquardt and Jonas Evans

February 14, 2020

Playing two sports always comes with the risk that a player could get injured and jeopardize their season in their other sport. Senior basketball and baseball player Joe Shapiro saw those fears come to fruition on Dec. 13, 2019...

Fencing is “en garde” for future competitors

Liz Clary, staff writer

February 14, 2020

The sound of blades clashing echoed through the air as South’s fencing team advanced through their matches. As the tournament progressed, the team reflected on their overall performance and shortly after celebrated their victory...



February 14, 2020

Swim cap? More like no cap.

Emily Pavlik and Caroline Lo

December 20, 2019

The crowd roared with excitement as South’s boys’ varsity swim team sent water flying with every stroke; banging on the clear panels of the stands, their teammates watched on with a renewed excitement. With a million thoug...

Team chemistry key in wrestling’s fight against adversity

Brady Blais and Charlie Mihelic

December 20, 2019

South’s wrestling team established itself as a family through last year’s successful season and, according to Head Coach Pat Castillo, this year looks to be no different. Castillo said the players on the boys’ wrestling tea...

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