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The Last Pitch

Baseball season starting means that the end of the school year is near, along with nice weather, finals, graduation and finally, summer. But for these nine seniors, it is their last time playing ball together.   “It’s weird to think it is the last season. I grew up playing and it’s hard

Raytown Soccer Goes Down

Park Hill South destroyed Raytown with a final score of 10-0 on Oct. 19. It was also senior night with 20 seniors being recognized. “I couldn’t stop smiling,” said Noah Brizendine, senior goalkeeper of the varsity team. The entire game except for the last 13 minutes was played exclusively by

Senior Skip Day

The tradition continues. The class of 2016 will be graduating in a few short weeks, and what is senior year without a senior skip day? On May 4, the participating students got together at the Royal’s game to tailgate and enjoy their day off. Allison Robaska, senior, said, “It was great

Giving Up: Senior Style

The school year is more than halfway over, and a lot of students are already wishing it were all the way over, especially seniors.   Most seniors reach a point in their final year at which they give up on school and no longer have any desire to continue working or participating

Dump the Trump?

"I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created." or "Free trade is terrible. Free trade can be wonderful if you have smart people. But we have stupid people," are both quotes of Donald Trump, and it has sparked some controversy in the campaign.  It is not secret

South Meets the State Court

South basketball has taken it farther than we have ever been in school history by placing second in division five at state. The love the team has for each other and the game can be thanked for getting them there.

Senior Executive Committee

Senior Executive sponsors Deanna Koelliker (communication arts) and Vicki Witt (drama department) conducted two meetings with the 2012 senior class this month. Senior Executive Committee meets every Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m. and anyone is welcome to attend. At these meetings, Haley Shelton (12), President, shared her goals and ideas for