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Clothes that Pop!

Ellie Adamson, Reporter

September 14, 2020

Katie Galligan is all too familiar with the sound of her sewing machine whirring along as her mind comes up with creative idea after creative idea. The junior at Elkhorn South runs her own business on Instagram, selling matching skirts and crop top sets that she makes. Instagram is a great platfor...

Swoosh to Splash: How Switching Up Sports Led to Huge Success

Swoosh to Splash: How Switching Up Sports Led to Huge Success

Emma Morris, Journalism Student

May 14, 2020

Bounce, bounce, bounce. The ever-constant pattern of a basketball bouncing was all too familiar to Emily Sutter.  It was going to be Sutter’s 11th basketball season. However, something was different this time. Just days into practice, Emily playing basketball freshman year. Emily competing at state...

Football in a time of Quarantine

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

April 21, 2020

Football is a national obsession in America and for obvious reasons. People love the stadium atmosphere, taking pride in being apart of a fanbase, and the American values that are expressed through this valued sport. Through the spread of COVID-19, football teams do not have the opportunity to have t...

Home of Grace

Home of Grace

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

March 17, 2020

A lot of us grew up thinking of orphanages as something from a fairytale, like in the musical Annie, or in some of the books we have read. We rarely stop to think about the reality of orphanages in helping to educate and take care of children in need, and the selfless people who devote their lives t...

Real Kings Fix Each Other’s Crowns

Nora Rai, Reporter

March 17, 2020

The 2020 Mr. Storm competition took place on Wednesday March 4th. Seniors, Josh Oarhe, Josh Bressler, Henry Crocker, Sam Hendricksen, Jack Paradis, and Connor Gress competed for the coveted title of Mr. Storm (and a fully stocked mini fridge).  Junior Mia Jewett and Officer Tony Ramaeker hosted the show, whi...

Serious about Swimming

Ally Schilmoeller, Senior Design Editor

March 17, 2020

Swimming’s not hard. All you do is swim. There’s no takedowns, physical contact or brawls.  Many people don’t see just how hard swimming actually is. 60 laps in a pool and all you have to prove for it is aching muscles and a mere mile.    In high school, practices are demanding. M...

What is your favorite part about spring break?

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

March 17, 2020

"It would have to be not having to keep up with school if I want to take a vacation or have an activity during that time"   -Charlie Berryman, freshmen   “I just like traveling and enjoying the weather!”   -Elizabeth Austin, Senior   "My favorite part of spring break is being able t...

AP Classes

AP Classes

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

March 9, 2020

  Taking advanced classes while still in High School allegedly helps students prepare for higher level classes that they will have to take in college. Elkhorn South High School counselors push taking these classes on students in order for them to be prepared for the future and get ahead in the...

The World is Watching

The World is Watching

Emma LeDent, Web Editor

March 1, 2020

It was time. Months of training for hours everyday has led up to this exact moment. Surrounded by her team, the world watches as Mia Mellican steps up to perform. Sophomore, Mia Mellican is not only an exemplary student, but also a champion dancer. Mellican has been dancing since she was three years o...

Dancing into our hearts

Dancing into our hearts

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

February 28, 2020

Friday night lights, walking through the castle, and crazy bonding nights. A few of the unforgettable events that go on in a High School dance team members life. Every girl has their favorite memories that they love to reminisce on, and some of the Elkhorn South Dance Team members shared theirs. ...

We’ve got ears, say cheers!

We've got ears, say cheers!

Sarah Shatel, Senior Web Editor

February 27, 2020

Elkhorn South’s Cheer Team just got a uniform update including two sequined ears and a sparkling bow. Mickey ears were vital attire for the navy and gold. The road to Disney is a right of passage most cheerleading teams take part in high school, and this year was our school’s first. On Februar...

Tony

Tony

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief

February 26, 2020

Sheriff, Marine Corp, Sergeant, student resource officer, youth pastor, husband, father, coworker, mentor, and friend. There are so many titles that Deputy A.P. Ramaeker has held in his lifetime, but everyone around here knows him best as Tony.  For as long as he can remember, Ramaeker has been preparing for ...

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