There are over 15 sports that students can participate in at South. That means there are well over 15 different ways athletes can prepare. One athlete at South tries to stay on the same routine through her entire track season. Senior, Jordan Lenz, focuses on getting a good amount of sleep
“I eat pizza like every day.” If you have the pleasure of knowing Cienna Newett, sophomore, you’ll know that this statement is true. Newett is a South Side Girl and follows a very strict diet. “We dance all year so I usually try to eat healthy,” said Newett, laughing. Her statement is quite
Get to know your fall sport athletes
This story is about Park Hill South athletes who look up to professional athletes for guidance on and off the field.
Many athletes at South and around the world have unique ways to get psyched for their big game.
Between sports, school and more sports, some young athletes barely have time for a breather. Many kids start competitive sports at very young ages and before they know it they have practices more than once a day.
For many South sports players, however, additional victories are won on far away lacrosse fields or in cramped ice rinks with only parents in attendance.
After a tough, calorie burning practice, an athlete’s stomach will burn because of their hunger. That athlete will look for the easiest way to provide a cure to that awful hunger feeling. The easiest way is fast food.