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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...

Teacher hits home run to Pakistan

Teacher hits home run to Pakistan

Kate Shambo, asst. sports editor
November 17, 2023

Childhood dreams come to fruition, as Freshman Baseball coach and English Teacher Taimur Raja steps up to the plate and anticipates playing in the Asian World Championship for baseball.  The Asian...

Play ball: Chicago style

Danielle Joseph, sports editor
April 21, 2023

Now that spring has sprung, the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) season is in full swing. However, this season will look much different from prior years due to the addition of various new rules, specifically...

Saying goodbye

Charlie Bickel, staff writer
April 21, 2023

I’ve known some of my baseball teammates at South for as long as I can remember. From first grade to my senior year gym class, they have always been a part of my baseball journey. There are others I’m...

Baseball slides into season

Chloe Fellinger and Austin Hurst
April 23, 2022

Only a month into their season, South’s baseball teams have already faced the cancellation of over 35 freshman, JV, and varsity games. Rainy weather has affected the baseball season, causing frustration...

Spring Sports Overview

Aria Jain, Emily Pavlik, and Riley Shankman
March 18, 2022

Boys' Volleyball Annie Kotsadam, Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Coach, values commitment as the most important aspect of the game. After their preseason clinics, Kotsadam has hopes for the team to win their...

Spring sports take a splash into summer vacation

Tara Wirtschoreck, staff writer
May 21, 2021

After almost two years without a game, spring sports - girls’ soccer, boys’ volleyball, track and field, baseball and softball, are all finally getting the chance to play as summer sports. The fact...

Freshmen find their way

Emily Pavlik, asst. sports editor
May 21, 2021

This spring, freshmen athletes have been forced to make the jump to high school sports without much time to bond. The class of 2024 slid into their shortened seasons completely unfamiliar with South’s...

Baseball best friends: Beaming under the March sun, Cole Luckey (left) and George Korompilas (right) hold out their childhood baseball jerseys with their home varsity field behind them.

Dynamic duo swings their way to Bradley University

Skylar Kreske, asst. sports editor
March 19, 2021

Six years ago, two boys put on blue Diamond Instinct jerseys for the first time. Now, in six months, they will  be seen matching yet again, but this time in bright red jerseys playing for Bradley University,...

Spring Sports Preview 2019

Boys' Water Polo Boys’ water polo, led by head coach David Lieberman, is diving into the pool this season. According to Lieberman, his goal for the team is to win conference and make it to state. He...

HITTIN’ DINGERS:  Eyeing the pitch, senior Jacob Newman looks to connect with the ball against Deerfield. The Titans fell to the Warriors 15 to 4.

Baseball leans on senior leadership for success

Emily Bauer, staff reporter
April 20, 2018

Enduring the weekly morning practices within the fieldhouse for two months the men’s baseball team has completed their preseason. Theteam has four victories under their belt, and credits the pre-season...

PEREFECT PITCH: Warming up his pitch, Senior Sejay Patel prepares for an upcoming game at one of his practices. The varsity team will be heading to Regionals this weekend in Mundelien, Illinois.

Baseball works to improve as season ends

Emily Zimbler, staff reporter
May 26, 2017

The men’s baseball team has had its ups and downs this season, but has worked on their errors to advance further into the playoffs this year, according to head coach Stephen Stanicek. Many of the Titan’s...

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