South is a school of many sports the main sport students are interested in right now is basketball. One player on the team is Desi Williams, junior. He talked about how the season was going and what's he looking forward to going into postseason. Williams said that “The season is good we
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There’s more to skateboarding than intimidating/sketchy crooks and standing on wood, with crazy smoking habits. Because that’s not who skateboarders are. Most skateboarders are actually really nice people. “The stereotypes are kinda funny actually. But I just ignore most of them,” said freshman Seth Fink. Put those negative stereotypes beside, because skateboarders
Students at South are having very weird dreams, and it may be due to sleep deprivation. From pop singers to real moments of deja vu, student’s have anything but pleasant dreams. The scariest part however, is that it may be entirely preventable.
Imagine being so caught up in a book that you absolutely cannot put it down. Being sucked into a novel just by words on a piece of paper is an incredible feeling. Unfortunately, not many students at South have been able to experience that feeling. Paige Riekhof (Sophomore) said, “Why read
South’s girl’s swim and dive team got third at State last year, and now has the potential to win. With a lineup of talents from freshman to senior, the team believes every state qualifier can make at least the top eight in finals. Freshman Georgia Clark is making a splash, already