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March Sadness

March Sadness

Kate Shatel, Reporter March 31, 2021

Upset after upset. Teams are devastated along with fans at home after losing to teams 13 ranks below them. Such basketball teams’ seasons came to an abrupt stop after the first round, when they had been...

The Crowd Goes Silent

Hanna Haffner, Reporter November 17, 2020

On Wednesday, November 30, Pete Rickets announced that only immediate family is allowed to attend extracurricular activities.  At the start of the school year all students were a little iffy if we were...

7 Deadly Sprints

7 Deadly Sprints

Kate Shatel, Reporter November 13, 2020

Getting into shape is difficult. However, getting whipped into shape for a specific sport is terrifying. As fall sports wrap up, winter sports are just beginning. A start to many seasons requires the dreaded...

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

Anna Campbell, Reporter October 22, 2020

On this crisp September night, excitement was murmuring through the stands. The Friday night lights are finally back in session as the student section seniors finally returned to the stands.  The September...

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....

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...

‘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...

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...

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...

Storm Sports

Nathan Blusys 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...

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