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JF1 vs CW13

Danielle Joseph, Sports Editor
February 16, 2024

After a disappointing end to the 2023-2024 National Foot- ball League (NFL) season, the Chicago Bears are tasked with one of their most important off-seasons decisions in franchise history- keeping current...

South against Maine South: After winning games against nine schools, including South, Maine South will forfeit all of their football team’s victories.

Hawks’ season invalidated

Sarah Park, asst. news editor
March 17, 2023

Maine South High School’s football program will forfeit nine wins in the 2022 season and will be placed on a one-year probation next year following District 207’s self report on their use of ineligible...

Hawks’ season invalidated

Sarah Park, asst. news editor
March 17, 2023

Maine South High School’s football program will forfeit nine wins in the 2022 season and will be placed on a one-year probation next year following District 207’s self report on their use of ineligible...

Legacy enshrined

Hunter Kreske, guest columnist
December 16, 2022

Ever since I was young, I have been an avid football fan. I grew up in a football family rooting for the Green Bay Packers and watched Aaron Rodgers dominate in the National Football League. I have always...

Spirit sparks big wins

Emily Pavlik, co-editor-in-chief
November 10, 2022

Football players lined the field as they tookon Homewood-Flossmoor High School for their first playoff game on Oct. 28. As the scoreboard counted down to the end of the third quarter,senior running back...

Sports support anomaly

danielle joseph, Sports Editor
November 10, 2022

When reflecting on their time in high school, many students will remember the stands packed with blue and gold at the John Davis Stadium and the Titan Dome as the student section cheers loudly to show...

Fall sports preview

Fall sports preview

Madeline Hussey, co-sports editor
September 30, 2022

Tennis Sophomore Sarina Harjani started her varsity tennis season strong, maintaining a winning streak for her first few doubles matches.  “In our [first two] dual matches, we won both [of] them,”...

Leaving a legacy

Skylar Kreske, co-sports editor
February 11, 2022

With a combined 133 wins, the Schoenwetters, father and son, have the numbers to back up their coaching success at South. But not all success can be measured numerically. Bob and David Schoenwetter, former...

Hall of Franco: The life of a dual varsity sport athlete

Skylar Kreske, co sports editor
November 12, 2021

The dome is buzzing with excitement; it is Sept. 15, and students file in to partake in South’s annual fall sports assembly, among the crowd is senior Franco Fernandez-Enjo. He strides towards the bleachers...

Swanny leads, South succeeds!

Skylar Kreske and Kris Blumberg
October 1, 2021

Senior QB1, Nic Swanson, has always wanted to be ‘that guy’, and a couple weeks into the season, with a 5-0 winning streak, it’s evident he is the leader the Titans have been waiting for as they...

Bouncing back: Running through the playbook, the varsity football team holds a cold, March Saturday morning practice on the turf nearly two weeks before their first game.

South football jumps into season as Friday Night Lights finally return

Journalistic Writing Class*, staff writers
March 19, 2021

Every fall, South students anxiously await the yearly tradition of packing the student section at John Davis Stadium for home football games. This year, however, the fall came and went and the Friday...

Complicated Conflict: 
Missing the simpler days of pre-game group photos and football playoffs, seniors Hannah Farkas, varsity poms member, and Anthony Travlos, varsity football captain, agree motivation nowadays is hard to find. However, both appreciate the strict guidlines set in place to bring teams back together as soon as possible.

Quarantined yet again

Charlie Mihelic, asst. sports editor
February 2, 2021

Catching their breath through paper masks, walking through empty school hallways, filling out daily surveys and staying away from teammates during practices have become the reality for student-athletes...

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