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South Girl’s Hockey team starts the season with a new coach

South Girl’s Hockey team starts the season with a new coach

Julia Gebeck '22, Staff writer

November 20, 2019

  A new coach and several new players are setting up the South girls Hockey team for a successful season. Longtime hockey player Haliee Craig was hired to replace the head coach of last year's team. Craig, a recent college graduate, has been around the ice her entire life. “I played...

Girl’s hockey defeats North in dominating fashion

Girl’s hockey defeats North in dominating fashion

Maren VanOsdol '22, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

  North and Souths girls hockey teams faced off for their first game of the season on Nov. 15. In the end, South won 7-1. “We had a really good start in the first half, their goal in the second half was a little concerning but we managed to come out on top,” Bridget Backer ’22 sa...

Red Wings home game results in another loss for Detroit

Red Wings home game results in another loss for Detroit

Julia Gebeck '22, Staff writer

November 13, 2019

The Detroit Red Wings’ hockey season has not been looking good, and their game Monday the 4 against the Nashville Predators was no exception. Before the game began, the odds were already stacked against the Wings. The Wings have four wins and 10 losses this season, while the Predators have eight...

Boys varsity soccer ends the season on a high note

Boys varsity soccer ends the season on a high note

Julia Ambrozy, Page Editor

November 12, 2019

The boys varsity soccer team recently finished off their season by advancing to the playoffs and regional round.  They played three total playoff games, against Fordon High School, Grosse Pointe North and U of D Jesuit. According to defenseman, Ian Foy ’21, the team put extra thought and preparati...

Young, depth-oriented girls’ swim eyes states

Young, depth-oriented girls’ swim eyes states

Victoria Gardey '20, Online Editor in Chief

October 31, 2019

Moving into the end of their season, the girl’s swim team is working as hard as ever to qualify more swimmers to the state finals. With ten swimmers qualified with state-cut times right now, the team hopes to add even more at the MAC Red division championship the weekend of Nov. 9, according to assistant coach...

JV football ends 7-2 season with loss to Romeo

JV football ends 7-2 season with loss to Romeo

Matthew Kornmeier '21, Section Manager

October 30, 2019

 The JV Football squad lost their last game of the season against Romeo High School Thursday Oct. 24, ending with a 7-2 record. According to Captain Jack Hall ‘22, the JV squad has had a good season despite the setbacks they have been faced with and their dreaded loss against Utica Ford Hig...

My View: Football player analyzes Blue Devil playoff outlook

My View: Football player analyzes Blue Devil playoff outlook

Mike Hamilton '22, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

The big question last Sunday at the Blue Devils’ “Selection Sunday” watch party was what division the Blue Devils would be playing in this year. Although the change between division one and division two may seem small, it actually has huge implications on possible opponents the Blue Devils may h...

South dominates North during “North sweep week”

Mia Craparotta '22, Staff writer

October 29, 2019

Winning is always great, but beating Grosse Pointe North always brings a different type of energy and feeling of success to students at South. Last week, South came together to cheer each other on in a successful “North sweep week” where multiple sports teams from South beat their biggest ...

Blue Devils beat Norseman in blowout fashion

Blue Devils beat Norseman in blowout fashion

Ian Sancya '22, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

Grosse Pointe North and South participated in their annual rivalry football game on Friday Oct. 18th with the message being “One GP.” This slogan is promoting a positive and friendly rivalry so that both schools can come together as one GP and have fun. The Blue Devils have dominated the rivalry mat...

Girls’ field hockey team sticks it to Plymouth-Canton with 5-0 win

Girls’ field hockey team sticks it to Plymouth-Canton with 5-0 win

Gia Agosta '21, Page Editor

October 7, 2019

On Tuesday, October 1 the varsity field hockey team defeated Plymouth-Canton High School with a score of 5-0.  The first goal was scored by Veronica Van Rossen ’21. Van Rossen said it was a great goal that was a result of a well-executed pass from another teammate across the circle which was t...

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