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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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Kate Shambo

Kate Shambo, Assistant Sports Editor

Hi, My name is Kate Shambo and I’m an assistant sports editor. This is my second year writing for The Oracle, but my first year as an editor. Besides The Oracle, I play softball at South and at clubs. I also enjoy spending time outside and with friends!

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Unclear future for boys’ gymnastics

Athletes take to the podium as South’s boys’ gymnastics has qualified for state again. However, this might be their last time because after decades of competition, boys’ gymnastics may no longer...

Badminton still wins

Kate Shambo, staff writer
April 21, 2023

Great footwork, teamwork, and execution are all essential skills for a strong badminton player, Kelli Nitahara, Varsity Girls’ Badminton Coach, said. All of these skills have payed off for the badminton...

Boys’ coach commemorated in HOF

Kate Shambo, staff writer
March 17, 2023

Bright white lights illuminate the basketball court as the buzzer sounds. Students cheer, and South is headed to sectionals. Phillip Ralston, varsity boys’ basketball Head Coach, has been coaching for...

Spring Play cast gives peachy performances

Jasmarie Alcaraz and Kate Shambo
April 22, 2022

As James crawled into the giant peach, right before his unbelieving eyes stood a grasshopper, spider, ladybug, centipede, and an earthworm with warm greetings. Although not straight from the page of a...

Twins Take Down

There was only five minutes left on the clock. Eva and Sanne Van der Goes, senior varsity field hockey captains, are neck and neck with their opponents during a game at sectionals. The chance to play at...

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