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Girls’ varsity hockey has no mercy on Northville

Girls Varsity Hockey continues their win streak taking a victory over Northville on the evening of Dec. 9. The athletes left it all on the ice, mercying Northville 10-1 in two periods, and scoring eight goals in the first period.

Taking such large leads can be less exciting and engaging than a close, competitive game. However, it gives the team the opportunity to focus on the technical aspect of the sport, defender Charlotte Harr ’26 says.

“We did a really good job passing and communicating with our team, and we had really nice shots on goal, and we did good with cycling too,” Harr said.

The extra focus put on the team’s technique led to their successful outcome, including goals scored by forward Isabella Peruski ’25.

“My teammates and I did a great job in moving the puck around and making some great plays together as a team,” Peruski said.

Even though all victories count, ones like these can be less exciting to the players according to Harr.

“I feel like I’m more excited when it’s neck and neck because then right when you’re tied and then you score the winning goal it’s a lot more hype,” Harr said.

Although it was not the most high-energy game for the team, it will get them ready for their highly competitive schedule in front of them, Peruski says.

“Winning by a lot in games like those is tough, but it gives us a chance to really pass, and communicate better to prepare us for more challenging games,” Peruski said. “This week we have a lot more competition coming up, facing Liggett and North which are more exciting and what I personally look forward to.”

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Viviana Ostrowski ’26
As one of The Tower’s newest copy editors, Viviana Ostrowski ’26 is very excited to start off her first year as a full-fledged journalist. Ostrowski said she enjoys writing for The Tower since it allows her to “feel involved at school.” She also enjoys her job in particular because she can help others improve their writing and work to be the best they can be. In addition to journalism, her favorite classes at South are science and math. Understandably, she wants to “have a future in engineering.” Her involvement in school goes even further, as she runs cross country and plays softball for South. “I like to run and represent my school in meets,” Ostroski reported, “it brings me a sense of accomplishment.” The Tower is lucky to have Ostrowski on the staff and she is sure to go far this year and in the future.

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