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Q and A with varsity lacrosse player

Q and A with varsity lacrosse player

Evan Theros '18, Staff Writer
April 18, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Spring

Joe Boettcher ‘18 Q: When did the lacrosse season start and how often does the team practice? A: The season started in early March and we have already played six games. It has been lots of fun. As far as the practices go, we practice four days a week. Q: How many games will you play this y...

Boys lacrosse falls in first game of season

Boys lacrosse falls in first game of season

Adam Cervone '17, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Spring

South’s varsity lacrosse team faced off against Catholic Central at home last Wenesday. “Coming into this game, we have lost a couple of good players this year and this game helped us find out what type of players we have,” Captain Michael Lesha ’17 said. South came out strong against th...

Highlights of South’s best sporting events

Highlights of South’s best sporting events

Mac Welsher, Staff Writer
March 28, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion, Sports

Ever since I have been going to Grosse Pointe South, there have always been a couple sporting events that I circle on the calendar.  The sporting events that fill the student section, when there is barely any standing room around the venue, against our rival schools and the ones when there is no question...

Girls varsity soccer season begins soon

Girls varsity soccer season begins soon

Abi Due '18, Social Media Editor
March 20, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports

This years girls varsity soccer captains, Emma Foy ’17, Cam Zak and Katherine Bird both ’18, plan on a successful season. “We’re looking forward to hopefully a better season and win more games, but we’re in a tough league, so we’re going to have to work as hard as possible”, Zak said. ...

2017 March Madness predictions

2017 March Madness predictions

Jack Froelich '17, Staff Writer
March 19, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion, Sports

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is upon us once again and that means millions of people around the world will be filling out brackets all week, thinking they know what they’re doing. This tournament is one of the best things the sports world has got because of the insane parody to go along w...

Girls hockey ends their season in a close game in state semifinals

Girls hockey ends their season in a close game in state semifinals

Emma Andreasen, Multimedia Editor
March 14, 2017
Filed under Sports, Winter

The women’s hockey team fell to Mercy in the semifinals of the state championships on Thursday, putting them in third place in the state. “Going into Thursday, we knew that the game could go either way. We knew that if we played our best we had a shot at moving on to win states,” Carson Dennis ...

Girls Varsity hockey dominates North

Girls Varsity hockey dominates North

Liz Bigham '18, Supervising Editor at Large
March 10, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports

    The Girls Hockey team went away with a 10-3 win against North last Thursday, giving the team momentum for States this week. The team mercies North earlier in the season and were confident in the outcome of the game. However, the game did not start so well for South, Captain Ca...

Boys Varsity hockey takes tough loss

Boys Varsity hockey takes tough loss

Olivia Mlynarek '19, Staff Writer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports

This past Saturday, March 4, the South boys Varsity Hockey team played in the regional championship game against Brother Rice at Oak Park Ice Arena.   “For us to compete as one of the top teams in the state, I mean what a year we had,” Head Coach, Robert McKillop, said.   The...

Boys hockey dominates Utica Stevenson, 13-0

Boys hockey dominates Utica Stevenson, 13-0

Mac Welsher, Staff Writer
March 3, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Winter

Boys varsity hockey finished their first post-season game with a victory over Utica Stevenson this past Thursday with a dominating score of 13-0. South had a quick start in the first period, potting seven goals, and never looked back.  The goals were scored by Adam Pitters ‘17 (3), Jack Flynn ...

Boys varsity hockey triumphant against Port Huron Northern

Boys varsity hockey triumphant against Port Huron Northern

Jack Roma '17, Staff Writer
January 29, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Winter

On Wednesday Jan. 25, the Grosse Pointe South Boys Hockey team beat Port Huron Northern 5-2 at Port Huron.   The game went back and forth the whole first period, yet no team could put the puck in the back of the net. Port Huron Northern got on the board first, scoring just two minutes into t...

Q and A preview of golf season

Q and A preview of golf season

Evan Theros '18, Staff Writer
January 26, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Spring

Q: What players are being added this year that could have an impact? Tommy Sullivan, who is a freshman. I'd be surprised if he didn't start on varsity.  There is no reason that he wouldn't play at states and help us win. A: How did the team finish last year? We did very good.  We finished...

Boys swimming dominates Romeo in MAC Red League Division, 140-46

Boys swimming dominates Romeo in MAC Red League Division, 140-46

Emma Russell '17, Staff Writer
January 20, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Winter

South’s boys swim team won their 99th consecutive MAC Red League Division meet against Romeo with a score of 140-46. With Romeo having a smaller team, head coach, Eric Gunderson, wasn’t too nervous going into the meet. Even though his swimmers are in the midst of a tough week of training, it was ...

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