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Cross country runners embrace different aspects of their sport

Cross country runners embrace different aspects of their sport

October 18, 2011

CASEY LIVINGSTON '14 | Staff Writer This fall, football players will be gunning for one of the 66 starting positions on the football field while 48 members of the boys cross country team will be going for one of the seven varsity spots. As the football team records an average number of players,...

Homecoming Game Preview

Homecoming Game Preview

October 11, 2011

RYAN NEWA '12 | Online Sports Editor Looking to clinch a playoff berth with a win, the varsity football team will take the field Friday against L’Anse Creuse in its final home game of the season. With a 5-2 record to date, the Blue Devils need just one more win to ensure a spot in the play...

Top five moments bandwagon Tigers fans missed

Top five moments bandwagon Tigers fans missed

October 4, 2011

MATT RIASHI '13 | Staff Writer Great Tigers moments have continued from the regular season into the playoffs as the Tigers get ready to play game four of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees. With a win tonight, the Tigers move onto the American League Championship Series. It's time for all the bandwagon fans to get caught up on the...

South vs. North Football Photo Gallery

South vs. North Football Photo Gallery

September 28, 2011

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Weekend Score Updates

September 26, 2011

FOOTBALL: Lost to Port Huron 42-16 Friday. MEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY: Finished eighth in Wayne County Meet Saturday. GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY: Finished first in Wayne C0unty Meet Saturday. GIRL'S FIELD HOCKEY: Defeated Marian 2-1 Friday. MEN"S SOCCER: Lost to Utica 4-0 Saturday. GIRL'S GOLF: No...

Lady Blue Devils varsity soccer shuts out North

Lady Blue Devils varsity soccer shuts out North

May 25, 2011

By: Norman Bird '12, Online Sports Editor   From start to finish the Lady Blue Devils varsity soccer team maintained complete control as they defeated arch rival Grosse Pointe North 2-0. Right from the beginning, South had several opportunities to score, but could not capitalize. As the f...

South baseball sweeps in Grosse Pointe Invitational

South baseball sweeps in Grosse Pointe Invitational

May 16, 2011

By: Ryan Newa '12, Staff Writer Winning in a variety of ways the varsity baseball team swept all three games in their triple-header Saturday, defeating University Liggett, Detroit Country Day and Grosse Pointe North. Facing Liggett in the first game, South received brilliant pitching performances from Cooper Hartman ’11...

Girls tennis spends time volunteering

Girls tennis spends time volunteering

May 4, 2011

By: Charlotte Burns' 13, Satff Writer   As the spring sports season is underway, the South girls tennis players do more than just train for themselves, but for the less fortunate as well. Every season, both junior varsity (JV) and varsity girls tennis players volunteer to teach children who belo...

Varsity baseball comes out undefeated in Grosse Pointe Invitational

May 2, 2011

By: Norman Bird '12, Online Sports Editor Varsity baseball hosted the Grosse Pointe Invitational last Saturday, where they hosted Livonia Stevenson, Port Huron Northern, and Warren Mott. They finished the tournament undefeated beating Livonia Stevenson 6-4, Port Huron Northern 10-6, and Warren Mott 14-...

Football captain continues his football career at a higher level

Football captain continues his football career at a higher level

April 11, 2011

By: Matt Barnes '12, Sports Editor   South’s 2010 varsity football team finished its season with the most success it has had in school history; defeating rival team North High School, earning the MAC Blue Division Championship, ousting Detroit Martin Luther King for the District Championship a...

Grosse Pointe Rugby begins season with plenty of experience

Grosse Pointe Rugby begins season with plenty of experience

April 1, 2011

By: Norman Bird '12, Online Sports Editor, and Ryan Newa '12, Staff Writer   Coming off a season where the team consisted of mostly first-year players, the Grosse Pointe Barbarians rugby team will return this year with a lot of experience.  All of this returning talent makes this year a pro...

South’s view on NCAA March Madness

March 28, 2011

By: Norman Bird '12, Online Sports Editor   This week March Madness showed its true colors as an 8 and 11 seed team made it to the Final Four. The Tower Pulse decide to ask South how these unexpected outcomes impacted their brackets. South's view on March Madness from Tower Pulse on Vimeo....

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