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Rivals on ice

South beat North 5-3 in the varsity girls hockey game. Both teams showed great sportsmanship and played despite the delay of the game due to the referees. Even with the rivalry, they didn’t let that get in the way of having a good game. The teams both had great stick skills and made some amazing goals. Ruby Lenhard ’26 plays right wing on South’s team.

“I enjoyed just playing honestly, that’s the best part of the game being able to just play and have fun,” Lenhard said.

In the second period South was leading by one goal. Everybody who was rooting for South was excited. That excitement kept both North and South players aggressive and on top of their game to succeed in victory. The next two periods were very interesting. Carla Cavaliere ’26 watched this game hoping South would win.

“When I was watching the last two periods I was really hyped and was really hoping South would win.” Cavaliere ’26 said.

Going into the third period, South was leading by one goal. These last 15 minutes were the longest minutes for some and everyone was on the edge of their seats waiting for North to make a comeback or for South to take home the win.Both South and North scored one goal in that last period. After the game, players said their “good games” and South fans yelled in excitement.

“This was a great game, very aggressive and I’m glad about the outcome we had as a team,” Lenhard said.

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Meredith Kemper, Staff Writer
With lacrosse balls from every direction flying straight into the goal, you could say first year Tower staff writer Meredith Kemper ’26 is always up and ready for a challenge. “I spent most of my summer practicing lacrosse and going to various different camps for my position as goalie,” Kemper said. “When I’m not playing lacrosse, I tend to be social and hang out with my friends as much as I could.” Kemper is excited to write and share her opinions and concerns about current topics both in and out of South. Kemper said she feels Tower is a great opportunity for her to do so and get to connect and get out of her comfort zone. “I’m really excited for this new experience and to work with new people, Kemper ’26 said.

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