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Raider’s Boys Tennis Team

Hannah Carter, Patriot Photographer

April 12, 2016

On Tuesday, March 29,  the boys varsity tennis team competed against Shawnee Mission East. After several challenging matches, South won twice.  Sophomores Mason Zeller and J.D. Norton won their doubles match, and Norton won his singles match.

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

Keeli Ward, Writer

March 8, 2016

With winter sports coming to an end, spring sports started on Monday, Feb. 29. For it being spring, the weather has been pretty nice. With the weather being nice, teams are actually able to go outside to tryout. Some of the sports here at South have gotten new coaches including tennis and softball. ...

January and February Sports Video

January and February Sports Video

Savannah Morgan, Photographer

February 18, 2016

Pink Out Game

Standing for the national anthem, the varsity boys basketball team and cheerleaders show their support by wearing pink over their uniforms.

Hannah Carter, Photographer

February 11, 2016

South’s New Softball Coach

South's New Softball Coach

Keeli Ward, Writer

January 20, 2016

The SMS softball team will have a new coach for the upcoming season. Olivia Abney, last year’s softball coach, is now coaching at the University of Nebraska. The team will still have social studies teacher Joseph Lorenzo as the assistant varsity coach. The team is also still looking for a JV coach. ...

Three former athletes inducted into Hall of Fame for school’s 50th Anniversary

Three former athletes inducted into Hall of Fame for school's 50th Anniversary

Avery Woods, Staff Writer

January 13, 2016

The Athletics Hall of Fame has been a tradition at South since 2010. But it was still a special moment when the three class of 2016 inductees, or their representatives, accepted the honor during the halftime of the boys varsity basketball game, Friday, Jan. 8. Instead of their usual halftime performances...

Former Raider football player, Super Bowl winner returns to South

Peete presented his #9 jersey, signed and framed, that is hung in the hallway adjacent to the main gym lobby.

Lily Wagner and Maxie Crimm

January 13, 2016

Former Carolina Panthers Quarterback and South graduate Rodney Peete presented a Wilson Golden Football during halftime at the Tuesday, Jan. 5 boys varsity basketball game against Olathe Northwest. The Super Bowl High School Honor Roll presents Wilson Golden Footballs to high schools where a player o...

Damage Control

Damage Control

Emily Wilkinson, Editor-in-Chief, Opinion Editor

December 11, 2015

During its years of operation, Crowd Control has never had a female student as a member. Students cannot apply for or freely join the club, which is described by athletic director John Johnson as “officially unofficial.” Each member is a senior and is chosen by the previous senior members of Crowd Control.

Go Mets!

Lauren Rosenstock, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Sports Editor

November 23, 2015

With unfinished business, the Kansas City Royals faced the New York Mets. The last championship title earned by the Royals in 1985, excited fans and with back-to-back appearances in the World Series, the team was able to clench the title of World Champions after 30 years. As the Royals led the...

KC is the Royal place to be

National anthem being sung by Sara Evans during game 2 of the World Series against the Mets at Kauffman Stadium.

Maddy Westcott & Sylvia Shapiro, Heritage Reporter

November 9, 2015

If you live in the Kansas City area, you already know maybe from the sound of fireworks or the sea of blue that took over on the week of Nov. 1- The Kansas City Royals won the 2015 World Series against the New York Mets. It was game 5 at Citi Field in Flushing, New York and the Royals were down in...

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