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South Narrowly Loses to East In Overtime

South Narrowly Loses to East In Overtime

Milad Jahani, Reporter

October 4, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Online Carousel, Sports

Tuesday night South lost to longtime rivals Shawnee Mission East in a very close game. The boys team can’t seem to catch a break this season, and Tuesday was no different as they tried to keep up with East until the last minute. The game took a bad turn when coach Matt Gordon received a yellow...

First Football Game this Season

Nichole Thomas, Features Editor

September 4, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Online Carousel, Sports

As students flood the stadium covered in American Pride, the football teams warm up on the field. Once the game begins the bands on either side play loud with pride for their teams. The action starts in the beginning of the third quarter when the Raiders score their first touchdown, bringing the score...

2017 Baseball Rosters

Tess Conley, Staff Writer

March 30, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

Raider Baseball Rosters - 2017   Varsity Matthew Arnold - 12 Isaac Soares - 12 Tanner Giannola - 12 Matthew Peck - 12 Jed Aldrich - 11 Trey Bebee - 11 Jack Housholder - 11 Griffin Larsen - 11 Jake Jarrell - 11 Gabriel Lopez - 11 Adam Zahnd - 11 Evan Hick...

Come Look At South (Spirit)

Come Look At South (Spirit)

Madison Holloway, Ads Editor

February 7, 2017


Filed under News, Online Carousel

South prides itself in being home to a wide variety of electives, clubs and sports for students to explore their interests and possibly find a new passion. These can range anywhere from Writer's Workshop to Project Lead The Way and from Animal Rights Club to AcaDec. On Wednesday, Feb. 1 all eighth-grade...

World Series is an Otherworldly Experience

World Series is an Otherworldly Experience

Lauren Rosenstock, Sports Editor, Social Media Manager

October 30, 2014


Filed under Archive

First inning. Claps and cheers sporadically echo through Kauffman Stadium. Second inning. Nori Aoki walks up to the plate, preparing his swing for the start of this inning, one that was thought to never end. Forty-five minutes pass and the third inning begins, and quickly ends. Fourth and fifth innings...

Road Trip

Road Trip

Lauren Rosenstock, Staff Writer

March 11, 2014


Filed under Archive

Athletes may not think about the pros and cons every time they put their time towards a sport. Sports clubs, for example, affect athletes in so many way because of these positive and negative aspects. Pros: the club will improve your skills, it’s also an opportunity to stay in shape, the team may tra...

Ball is Life

Ball is Life

Trivette Knowles, Staff Writer

March 11, 2014


Filed under Archive

For some students school is something that consumes them, for others it’s a job or a fun hobby. However, for a select few Ball is Life.  The motto for Ball is Life is it’s more than a game, it’s a lifestyle. For many students weekends and vacations is time to relax and take some time off for rela...

Shawnee Mission Students Support Maloney Family

Shawnee Mission Students Support Maloney Family

Rachel Rosenstock, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, A&E Editor

October 17, 2013


Filed under Archive

   After the recent passing of SM West football player Andre Maloney, Oct. 4, the Overland Park community has created several ways to donate to the Maloney family. Junior Josh Dale, a SM West student, started selling bracelets, and South junior Chloe Matthews got involved.    ‘He sold them at West; I ...

Raiders take home Title

Raiders take home Title

March 12, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In the Kansas 5-A state championship game the Shawnee Mission South Raiders brought home South’s first title since 1990, 46-40 over the Lansing Lions. South got off to a fast start in the opening quarter leading 14-7 leading the way in the first was sophomore Dainan Swoope who was 3 for 3 in the first...

Coming out on top

Coming out on top

March 1, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The South East rivalry stretches all the way back to when South first set foot on the court in 1969. Since then, everything, whether it be sports or academics, has been a competition. For the most part, the rivalry all comes down to one thing. Basketball. This year, South came out on top, for both gam...

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