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Return of the Cell

Return of the Cell

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief

September 28, 2020

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 the Storm volleyball team took on Westside in a match that ended 3-0. The game was not too much out of the ordinary, as the varsity team took the win with a clean, fast sweep. One thing, though, was drastically different. Small but mighty, the first official student section...

Friday Night Lights: To Be or Not To Be

Friday Night Lights: To Be or Not To Be

Chloe Gregg, Reporter

September 14, 2020

With the 2020-2021 school year being played day-by-day, the high school football seasons are no exception. While both the Elkhorn and Millard school districts opted to in-person learning, Nebraska’s largest school district, Omaha Public Schools, voted to go fully online for the first quarter of the...

‘Tis the season of the STORM

Cole Peterson, Journalism Student

March 17, 2020

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...

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. ...

Storm Sports

Nathan Blusys, Junior Reporter

December 20, 2019

Elkhorn south football has finished the year on a good note with a top 8 class A finish and an overall record of 7-4, with their last win on the season against Kearney.  “The biggest moment of the season was going on the road in the first round of the playoffs and beating a top 10 Kearney team deci...

You Just Got Served

You Just Got Served

Nora Rai, Reporter

November 4, 2019

  The girls varsity volleyball team won their way to state Wednesday after defeating Kearney High School in the playoffs. The team started off on a great foot, winning their first set 20-25. Their second and third sets went just as well, 22-25 and 17-25, giving the team a clean win and a trip...

Number 68

Number 68

Nathan Blusys, Junior Reporter

October 31, 2019

Junior Teddy Prochazka is a four star, offensive tackle that just about everyone has heard a few things about. Its hard to miss him in the hallway standing at 6 foot 8 inches “I always knew I was going to be tall I just didn’t know it was going to help so much with sports,” Prochazka said. T...

Big cleats to fill

Big cleats to fill

Sarah Shatel, Senior Web Editor

May 22, 2019

Girls rule, at least in the case of soccer. Many of the athletic scholarships and commits that Elkhorn South has received are from the girls soccer team. There are seven girls committed to schools this year, and last year 11 girls were committed. However, the numbers do not stop there. Women's socc...

No fame in their game

Nathan Blusys, Junior Reporter

February 22, 2019

Harry McDonald is an unknown all-star basketball player that attends Elkhorn South. This is because he plays on the intramural basketball team that play once a week on Wednesday nights he plays with some of his friends against other teams that are composed of other students. The games work by 3v3 f...

Concussion aftermath

Ashley Wyzinski, reporter

December 19, 2018

      Concussions are a major issue, often pushed under the rug. No matter how many plans schools and sports put into place to prevent it, students still suffer a large number of concussions. Many concussions go undiagnosed due to the fear of no longer being able to play a sport or societal pressu...

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