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Baseball returns

Baseball returns

Conor Burke, staff writer
March 22, 2024

Following the end of tryouts, South’s Varsity Baseball Team is back in full swing. Head Coach Travis Myers said he has been ready to get the boys back on the field after a long offseason and...

Hockey skates ahead to state

Hockey skates ahead to state

Conor Burke, staff writer
February 16, 2024

In their regular season, South’s varsity hockey team fought to move up in the standings. However, as they enter into state, they battle to stay alive. As the season came to a close against Stevenson,...

Girls gymnastics leaps to success

Girls’ gymnastics leaps to success

Kate Shambo and Conor Burke
December 22, 2023

The balance beam is not the only thing Girls’ Gymnastics will be balancing on this upcoming season. The team looks to create a healthy divide between the mental and physical aspects of the sport, as...

Crossing the finish line

Crossing the finish line

Conor Burke, staff writer
November 17, 2023

Kurt Hasenstein is retiring as South’s Cross Country and Track and Field Head Coach. Hasenstein has had an incredible career coupled with multiple state awards in individual track events and seven state...

Photo courtesy of John OMalley

O’Malley Nominated for National Teaching Award

Conor Burke, Staff Writer
October 18, 2023

Math Teacher John O’Malley has been nominated for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). O’Malley was nominated for this award last year and has been...

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