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Freshman Fantasy Season

The final play of the season the ball was handed off and he was tackled after a 15 yard gain. This freshman football season was good, according to one of the A team starters Kellen Danielson and to B-team starter Steven Kern. The team went 6-2 and their last and

Chiefs Chasing Another Victory

After an exceptional performance last Sunday against the Jets, the Chiefs are hoping to pull out another win when they play the Steelers on October 7th. The last time that the two teams met was on October 25th of last year when the Chiefs won 23-13, but in the overall

The Importance of Friendship

       What is friendship? What do you think it means to have teamwork? The Southside Girls had a great perspective on what it means to work together. Each one of them said things that could change the way people look at each other when working together.    

South Tackle Liberty North

The Homecoming football game is this Friday against Liberty North. Dance, Cheer and Varsity aren’t preparing any different.   One southside girl doesn't believe that the heat will get to any south team. She thinks that the heat will be a factor though.   Sarah Waller said, “The heat will be there

Fatal Fantasy Football

What does September mean to most people? To the football junkies, it’s the time for competition. That’s right, it’s the start of fantasy football. To most people fantasy is not a big deal, but to some football fanatics, it is a huge event. “Whenever there’s money on the line I’m taking it

Sunday Nights Chiefs Game

The Kansas City Chiefs had quite the nail-biter this past Sunday. Not only was it the season opener but they came back from a 17 point deficit and beat the Chargers in overtime. That is the biggest come back in Chiefs history. They did not give up the whole game

Switching Gears from Athletic to Scholar out of College

Gobs of children get into sports as little kids when their parents start exploring different hobbies for them. A bunch more go on to play competitive for club and make varsity at their schools. But then only a handful of them develop a passion and the drive to go onto to

Chiefs vs Chargers Review

The Kansas City Chiefs won their fourth consecutive game beating the Chargers 33-3 in San Diego. This is now the third week in a row the Chiefs have won in a blowout. Another big win for the Chiefs as the playoff race begins to heat up now. The win moves

University of Missouri President Resigns

The president of the University of Missouri, Timothy M. Wolfe, resigned Monday morning. Wolfe resigned after a series of racial incidents. The racial incidents started in September when a student said that he was called a “n-word” by a group of men in a pick-up truck. The incidents continued when a

First College Football Playoff Rankings

The first College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night. There were many surprises, Alabama back into playoff position at the number four spot. The rankings left both Baylor and TCU out of the top ten, numbers six and eight respectively. Harrison Feaster, soph., said, “I think that the committee generally

Get’cha Head In The Game

“Gotta, get’cha, get’cha, get’cha head in the game,” are famous words sung by Troy Bolton in “High School Musical.” Focus, determination, and preparation go into how well you perform on the court, field, or course. Hours and hours of practice go into one game, tournament, or performance. Every athlete has a