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South vs. North playoff preview

November 3, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

By Adam Cervone '17 | Staff Writer Grosse Pointe South Varsity football team looks for revenge after their loss to rival Grosse Pointe North earlier in the year. On September 23, South lost to North at the annual match up 8-4. When asked what was South looking to do different, Captain Andrew Sharp ‘...

Football team wins first playoff game handily

Football team wins first playoff game handily

Emma Andreasen, Multimedia Editor
November 1, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

The boys varsity football team won their first round of playoffs 32-6 against Port Huron Northern at home on Oct. 28. They will advance to play Grosse Pointe North at home this Friday Nov. 4. “The game on Friday was all in all a game to prepare for North,” captain Logan Mico ‘17 sa...

Varsity tennis places ninth at states

Allison Macleod, staff writer
October 27, 2016
Filed under Fall, Sports

South's boys’ varsity tennis team placed ninth at states two weekends ago at Herbert Henry Dow High School in Midland. “The team was very successful this season,” John Sullivan ‘17, team co-captain said, “But we could have played better.” The team prepared for this tournament by hav...

Q and A with varsity tennis captain

Q and A with varsity tennis captain

Evan Theros, Staff Writer
October 25, 2016
Filed under Sports

Q: How has the season been overall? A: Better than last year, at least.  I feel like our team has better players overall that help us do better at regionals and better at states this year. Q: Did the team have any goals at the beginning of the season.  If so, have you reached them? A: One goal was to get at ...

Tennis team hopes to place within the top 10 at the State Championship

Tennis team hopes to place within the top 10 at the State Championship

Madeleine Glasser, Copy Editor
October 12, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, News, Sports

The boys’ varsity tennis team placed second at regionals on Thursday, qualifying them to compete for the state championship this weekend. The team practiced and worked hard in preparation for the match, according to David Scupholm ‘17, one of the players. “We practiced and played a lot of matc...

Varsity volleyball gains victory over rival

Varsity volleyball gains victory over rival

October 5, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, Sports

By Adam Cervone '17 | Staff Writer Yesterday, South’s varsity volleyball team proved victorious over rivals North in a sweep of three matches. “I thought we played really well as a team,” Lexi Kohut ‘17 said, “In the first match we lost one of our best hitters.” Chandlar Duff ...

Boys soccer loses home thriller

Boys soccer loses home thriller

September 29, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, Sports

By Allison MacLeod '19 | Staff Writer Boys varsity soccer lost their regular season game against Utica on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the Blue Devil’s home field. The final score of the game was 1-0. South had possession of the ball throughout most of the game and gave the other team few opportuni...

Tailgate before big game brings community together

Tailgate before big game brings community together

September 28, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, Sports

By Kaitlin Nemeh '18 | Staff Writer Though the rivalry between North and South may be strong, fans of both teams came together as one community on game night, Friday, Sept. 23, for the annual Grosse Pointe Chamber’s tailgate. The tailgate was from 5-7 pm, in the parking lot of North. Families and friends...

Cross-town rivals battle in Thursday night soccer game

Cross-town rivals battle in Thursday night soccer game

September 22, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, Sports

By Katherine Bird '19 | Page Editor On Thursday night, Grosse Pointe South’s boys varsity soccer team played Grosse Pointe North as part of their regular season play. The game was a hard fought battle that ended in a tie.   Morgan Clevenger ’17 took the majority of South’s free kick...

Former South student Raven Neely named Michigan’s first Miss Tennis

Former South student Raven Neely named Michigan’s first Miss Tennis

September 9, 2016
Filed under Featured, Features, Sports

By Alyssa Czech '18 | Copy Editor A four-star college recruit. One of the top 130 tennis players in the nation. Has made it to the final of three Intercollegiate Tennis Association Tournaments. Will be attending Northern Illinois University (NIU) this fall on a full ride athletic scholarship. Has been na...

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