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How do you prepare for your event?

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

South Throws

Throwing is looking towards its new season in 2018. The longtime event of shot put and discus have a home in the sport track. Coaches and players prepare very similarly to one another when it comes to getting ready for the spring sport. “Getting prepared for the new season is

Run Fast, Throw Far

As the grass gets greener and the weather gets warmer, most athletes are tying up their shoes and getting ready for the first track meet of the season. The first track meet for South is coming up soon, on March 26 against Winnetonka, Park Hill and Liberty North. Track seasons

Up and Coming Track Season

Everyone on the line, a hush goes over the roaring crowd, an echo in the background mumbles “on your mark”, a tear of sweat runs down your face. You know what to do. You know why you are here. You have prepared months in advance for this moment. Now it

More than Running

Lace up your shoes, turn on your GPS watch, turn to your friends, and now you’re ready to embark an adventure. Running: something so simple that causes so much pain. Why in the world would people run all the time and inflict so much personal pain on themselves? What people

Track Season Preparation

Track season. Whether you love it or you hate it, it’s undeniably the most popular Spring sport at South. A few people gave some inside information on it. Ashton Amann, freshman, said he played baseball and ran cross country prior to track, and he wanted to try new things. “My

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