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MacDonald brings energy, improvement

Danielle Joseph, co-sports editor
September 30, 2022

Keith MacDonald proves that when someone is passionate about their sport, they can follow it throughout their lives. But even with passion for the sport, MacDonald, Head Coach of boys’ varsity Swimming...

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,”...

Swimming To Success: Flying to the finish line, junior Mia Kriltchev, girls varsity swimmer aims for victory at the South swim meet against Fremd. South beat Fremd with a final score of 95-93 on the varsity level.

Girls’ Swim aims to achieve individual goals

Dani Car, asst. sports editor
October 4, 2019

The thunderous roar of splashing water echoes throughout the South pool, deafening the ears of eager onlookers. Cheering crowds stand up and shout with triumph as senior Caroline DiCesare pulls ahead,...

Titans Go Global

Sophie Vick and Sofia Snyder
February 9, 2018

Alex Ladan  Senior Alex Ladan got to  compete in Finland for rhythmic gymnastics during her sophomore year. According to Ladan, her coach wanted her team to experience international competition. Going...

Titan Top Three

Titan Top Three

Samantha Casey, co-sports editor
February 10, 2017

These are the three most impressive athletic moments in sports from the winter season, picked by the Oracle sports editors. Tural Erel  Despite being a GBN athlete, senior Tural Erel’s remarkable...

College Athlete Update

College Athlete Update

Samantha Casey, co-sports editor
December 16, 2016

The Oracle's Q & A with South alums who participate in Division I college athletics. Kelly Cordes, 2015 South graduate, is in the middle of her swim season at Fairfield University. During her freshman...

Men’s swim & dive sends 10 to state meet

Cassidy Jackson, asst. sports editor
March 11, 2016

The men’s swimming and diving team closed off the 2015-16 season with a 10th place finish at the IHSA state meet. The team took a step back from last year’s third-place finish. Individual results...

STARTING SWIMMERS: Taking their mark on the blocks, sophomore Bella Del Muro and freshman Kate Solemn prepare to swim alongside GBN athletes in the dual meet against GBN. The team is currently 1-3, with GBN being their only win so far this season.

Women’s swimming beats GBN due to disqualification

Cassidy Jackson, asst. sports editor
October 2, 2015

The women’s swim team kicked off their season with an overall record of 1-3, after losing to Deerfield (80-101), Fremd (77-109) and Highland Park (79-107). The team’s first win of the season was a...

Swim and dive predicted to continue last year’s successful streak

Swim and dive predicted to continue last year’s successful streak

Sam Casey, Asst. Sports Editor
December 19, 2014

The men’s swimming and diving team has experienced early success by winning both of their first dual meets and coming in first in both of their invites. The team beat GBN in a dual meet, 115-68. Head...

Womens swim team has faced tough competition this season, hopes to do well at State

Women’s swim team has faced tough competition this season, hopes to do well at State

Cassidy Jackson, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014

The women’s swim team hopes to finish their season strong, especially with their five returning State qualifiers, four of which were finalists, according to head coach Keith MacDonald. The team has also...

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