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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...

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...

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...

Friendship & Field Hockey

Fiona Clements, guest columnist
February 17, 2023

I began my field hockey journey at South in July 2019 for a pre-tryout summer camp. I had looked forward to this day for so long, but I was terrified. I had no idea what the skill level of all the other...

photo from the Daily Herald

Pratt spikes to Northwestern

When many of us are young, we take on a sport not thinking about where it could take us in the future. For junior Ava Pratt, varsity Volleyball Outside Hitter, she will be contiuning her childhood...

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,”...

photo courtesy of Mia Rojas

Sports spotlight

Mia Rojas, columnist
September 30, 2022

Running has been one of the only things that made sense to me. As a clumsy and uncoordinated person, picking a sport when I was growing up was exhausting. It took so many coaches, traumatized...

Girl’s Letter Club brings together Varsity women athletes, promotes female leadership

Mia Merchant, staff reporter
April 14, 2017

  It’s 7:40 on a Tuesday in the SAO, and Girl’s Letter Club is busy planning for Turnabout. The air is filled with the scent of donuts and the excited and chaotic buzz that comes with planning...

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