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South’s Soccer in Recap

After a long season of boys’ soccer, the sport is winding down for the year. There’s no time better than now to catch up on what you missed and what to expect for next season. The main focus is the upcoming talent at South, though. While often overlooked, South’s freshman

Triple Overtime Battle

In a crazy triple overtime battle between the top ranked teams in the nation at Allen Fieldhouse on Jan. 4 2016, Kansas and Oklahoma go all the way down to the wire, and Kansas pulls out the 106-103 victory against the seventh ranked Oklahoma.   This crazy intense game was probably

Switching up at South

Lately, there has been a lot of talk about sports switching seasons, and there are some different opinions on it. Rumor has it that MSHAA is voting on switching the girl’s golf and tennis seasons. In my opinion, I like having my tennis in the fall, and can’t imagine it

Big Kid With An Even Bigger Future

Have you ever dreamed about getting to play for a D1 college?   Starting off high school playing soccer as a freshman, junior Etinosa “ET” Reuben never would’ve imagined the 11 Division I offers he would be receiving after putting on his football pads sophomore year.   “I stopped playing soccer because I

Tryouts Ready

With spring sports beginning next week at South, and many teams are starting their preparations for the season, including girls soccer.   To prepare for the season, the team has had conditioning every Tuesday and Thursday and also morning futsal on Wednesdays. There has been a lot of girls coming out to

Swimmers Take On State

With winter sports wrapping up, that means one thing for 10 swimmers and one diver from South: State Championships in St. Louis.   “I really hate being beat, so that's definitely something I am not looking forward to,” said Georgia Clark, junior.     Clark is one of the 11 that is heading down

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