Never bet against Brady: a look into a 15 year juggernaut

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

February 6, 2018

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All humans make mistakes, whether it’s opening up study guides the night before the final exam, or accidently locking your keys in the car with the engine on (I’ve done both). But, one notorious mistake has consistently...

Cougarettes adapt to new choreography, make state appearance for first time in school history

Kinsey Vandenbark, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

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The varsity dance team qualified for state for the first time in school history this month. According to the team, the Cougarettes put on a challenging and exciting dance routine to impress the judges at conferences and sectionals. Shannon...

Coed cheerleader breaks gender norm Cheerleader finds comfort in cheering after facing a severe injury, continues to make a positive impact on the team

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

January 29, 2018

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After typing “cheerleader” in Google Images, endless rows of women cheering, tumbling, and dancing appear. What Google, and maybe society, has failed to notice is that males also play a large role in the success of cheer...

Athletic Alumni: Remembering 2010 Boy’s Bowling

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

December 7, 2017

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Friday, December 11, 2009. A day that will never be forgotten throughout South’s history. “The loss was tough to face,” former Cougar Bryan Tomac said. “High school is already hard enough without tragedy slapping...

Girls bowling creates friendly environment, maintains a persistence in improving consistency

Caitlin Deerwester, Page Design Editor

December 7, 2017

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With the experience of new head coach Kyle Rohlfs, the girls bowling team believe they will see improvement from last season. So far, the bowling team competed in one invite where they placed 18th out of 24 teams. Even though...

Effort brings success to football player

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

December 7, 2017

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Many high school educations are made up of forgetful note-taking, daily homework assignments, and strenuous amount of assessments. In addition to an entertaining social life, along with many extracurricular activities, some...

Out with the old, in with the new

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

November 1, 2017

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First-year South teacher Kyle Black replaced Leah Carter as the new head tennis coach. When the decision came up to choose a new head coach, Black’s tennis history was an appealing trait. “I began playing tennis around six...

Season outlook: Commitment to excellence

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

November 1, 2017

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A team emitting efficient chemistry is bound for success. But, the boys’ basketball team last year demonstrated what a lack of chemistry can do for a team atmosphere. “Chemistry issues were present last year,” senior guard...

Where Are They Now?

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

November 1, 2017

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The year’s second edition of “Where Are They Now?” will feature two former fall season standouts: Class of 2016 defensive end/wrestler Eric Johnson and Class of 2014 golfer Alexandra Catalano. ERIC JOHNSON: You know you’re...

Senior’s personal loss guides individual to prosperity

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017

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A quote taken from world-renowned psychic, Matt Fraser, describes inspiration after the death of a loved one: "After a loved one passes, be encouraged by their passing and legacy. Instead of crying, live an inspired, spiritual,...

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