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The Final Push

The Final Push

Ryan Tullis, Isabelle Cucci, and Connor Filipi

January 14, 2019

  Finals week is approaching fast, and students are studying very hard in order to be prepared. It’s no understatement that finals are very important, as most finals are worth at least 10 percent of a student’s entire semester grade; some are even worth up to 20 percent. With that being ...

Amanda Drake “ExCELs” in School as South’s 2018 Nominee

Amanda Drake “ExCELs” in School as South’s 2018 Nominee

Sydney King Fenn and Cassidy Stensrud

January 7, 2019

Every winter season, coaches and teachers from each high school in Minnesota elect two representatives for the ExCEL award. This is an award for demonstrating excellence in community, leadership, and education. In order to be nominated the student must be a junior in high school, make satisfactory progr...

Annual Chem Show Makes Science “Incredimole”

Annual Chem Show Makes Science “Incredimole”

Zach Hoff and Cutler Ferris

December 18, 2018

Every year, the students in Advanced Placement Chemistry along with student technicians, and teachers prepare a show that highlights the importance of Chemistry through multiple experiments for fellow students and parents to see. The students dedicated many hours of class time and out of class time to p...

Q&A With Theater Actor Tyler Railey

Q&A With Theater Actor Tyler Railey

Nolan Telthoester, Staff Editor

December 14, 2018

Theater at Lakeville South is in an exciting time. Just as the production of “It’s A Wonderful Life” wrapped its 3 show run, the theater program has begun work on its one-act play “Tracks”. One of the standouts from the play was Junior Tyler Railey, who played the main character's wife, and ...

State Volleyball Photo Gallery

State Volleyball Photo Gallery

Zoe Berg, Photographer

November 15, 2018

Q&A with Junior Running Back Johnny Shabaz

Q&A with Junior Running Back Johnny Shabaz

Nolan Telthoester, Staff Editor

November 7, 2018

The Lakeville South Football team has had quite the turnaround this season, in particular the last 4 weeks, in which they’ve averaged over 40 points a game, and have advanced to the state tournament for the first time since 2010. A big reason for this sudden surge is the lethal running game that ha...

Trick-or-Treating: Should High Schoolers Keep Going?

Trick-or-Treating: Should High Schoolers Keep Going?

Ryan Tulis and Connor Filipi

October 31, 2018

Trick-or-Treating on Halloween is a childhood tradition that we've all experienced. But when is it time for that tradition to end as we get older? Staff writers Connor Filipi and Ryan Tullis debate. "The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." ~ Henry Ford   There is plenty of time in a person’s life...

Homecoming Friday – Our favorite photos

October 17, 2018

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Swimming to Success: Anna Olson ’22 uses swimming as lesson for life.

Swimming to Success: Anna Olson ’22 uses swimming as lesson for life.

Maja Decker, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018

Although Olson is a star swimmer for Lakeville South High School, not many are aware of her accomplishments.  She swims varsity races and keeps up with upperclassmen, although this is only her first year of high school.

Emma Wilson overcomes tumor, finds potential career

Emma Wilson overcomes tumor, finds potential career

Morgan Johnston, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

A little over 4 years ago, Emma Wilson ‘19 was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, which is a cancerous tumor that starts at the bottom of your brain and works its way throughout the rest of the brain and down the spinal cord. The symptoms are the loss of balance, trouble writing, headaches, nausea, and...

Superfan Erik Iversen bleeds cardinal and gold.

Superfan Erik Iversen bleeds cardinal and gold.

Zach Hoff, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

If you go to any Lakeville South football game, you are almost bound to meet or at least hear, Erik Iversen. Iversen has been to every football game thunderously cheering on the team, regardless if they’re winning or losing. Many students have labeled him as the leader of the student section, so for...

From flips to kicks, Olivia Fiedler transitions from gymnast to dancer

From flips to kicks, Olivia Fiedler transitions from gymnast to dancer

Madison Wolter, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Olivia Fiedler began her long ride of being a gymnast at a young age of 4. She grew tremendously in this sport making her way all the way to level 8 out of 10 levels by 8th grade. Competing at such a high level she had a decision to continue on going to the elite levels and switching gyms or choosing...

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