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Sweating Senior Year

Sweat drips down his face as he backs up into the goal, nervously waiting as the other team kicks and passes the ball down the field to score. As the other team kicks the ball for a goal, Noah jumps up and catches the ball. “Being a senior on varsity is

Sporting KC Play-Off Push

Sporting Kansas City is finishing strong in the Western Conference with the fifth spot on the table. The top six advance to the playoffs, so with Sporting at fifth they have a shot at winning the title this season.   Last weekend Sporting faced the San Jose Quakes on their home

UEFA Champions League

Every year there is one soccer tournament in Europe that captures the attention of soccer fans worldwide. It’s the UEFA Champions League, or also known as the UCL. The UCL is a tournament that typically lasts up to 11 months. With opening rounds starting in June 2015 and the final

Sporting KC vs New York Red Bulls Recap

This previous week Sporting headed to the big apple to face off against last year’s Supporters Shield holding New York Red Bulls. This was an important game for Sporting because they just came off of their first loss of the season and they needed to regain their good form that

Soccer Season Coming

As springtime is approaching, that means that it is time for spring sports to start up again. Girls soccer is a big thing at South, with many talented girls on the team. With much dedication and practice this team will be better than ever. A big question is how good the girls

Sporting KC Season Preview

Sporting Kansas City concluded last MLS season by losing on penalties to the eventual MLS cup champion Portland Timbers. Sporting has remained undefeated throughout the preseason, but how will the other boys in blue do this season after notable offseason moves?   Since the end of last season Sporting has added veteran

Varsity Soccer 10-0 Mercy Rule Against Ruskin on Senior Night

  South seniors went through their usual pre-game routine on Monday Oct. 19. Messing around throughout warmups, talking about how they’ll celebrate the first goal.  Although, something was a little different before the game. This face-off with Ruskin was also their senior night. “This game was more of an emotional game,

Sporting Suffers Big Loss to San Jose

Sporting KC suffered a 0-1 loss to the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday, Oct. 16, at Avaya Stadium. Sporting KC hasn’t had the best away record this season, as they’re 4-9-4 on the road in 2015. This game was a big one, as KC now has two games left, and needs

Sporting Searching for Success

Jordi Quintilla, 18 years of age, steps up to the penalty spot for the eighth penalty kick of the penalty shootout in the 2015 U.S. Open Cup Final in Philadelphia. He looked up at James McCarthy, the goalkeeper who was subbed on for Philadelphia, and ran up to simply pass

South Off to Hot Start

South’s C team soccer team has gone 8-0-1, including a shutout game against Fort Osage, 10-0.   The tie was against Raymore–Peculiar. The final score was 1-1. Joe Leluga, sophomore, is one of the players on the team. “The team practices every day that we don't play. Practice is really paying off, considering