The Lake Breeze Newspaper

Volume #97, Issue #1

Lake Breeze Newspaper

Andrew Becker, Josh Teergardin, Web Edition Editor

September 28, 2012

Fall Sports Update

Story by: Tyler Kupsch and Josh Teergardin

Boys Cross Country

The boys cross country team is having a good first half to its season.
They have been finishing in the top half for most of their meets thanks to several runners, including senior Mckena Ramos who is still undefeated in all of his races as of press deadline.
“Many of us are going above and beyond expectations,” stated senior Brett Hutchinson.

Girls Swim

With a brand new coaching staff, the girls swim team looks to have a good season. They have started their conference play by going 1-1 and hope to finish fifth in conference, if not better.
“Everyone has been staying positive and giving 110 percent every practice,” commented senior Sandra Kenly.

Girls Cross Country

The girls cross country team continues to improve as the season progresses.
“Our times are getting better every meet and everyone is focused,” commented junior Karli Noll, who has already medaled this season.

Boys Soccer

The boys soccer team has started off the season by going 6-6. After the loss of players they thought would return, the team has grown stronger, adding some new faces.
“Everyone is working better as a team,” commented senior Derek D’Amico.

The South High Redwings football team has had a great start to their season.
They came back to win against Green Bay East at home and now are 2-2 to start the season.
“You can’t look too far ahead or you will lose focus, so we just take it one week at a time,” commented coach Chris Hein. The team has four games left; with two being at home and two away.

Girls Tennis

The girl’s tennis team has started off 2-4. Even though their record is not the best, they still stress practicing hard and growing closer as a team.
“There is a lot of competition for placement on the team this year,” stated senior Julia Vorpahl.

Girl’s golf

There is only one girl representing South on the girl’s golf team.
Sophomore Isabel Detienne said, “I like our golf team because we get along and have fun while we play.”


The volleyball team has been doing wonders this year, with a record of 18-8 and 3-1 in conference.
They placed second in the Redwing Invite and have placed high in other tournaments.
Senior Molly Burkard said, “We have a few strong teams from our conference coming up, but I think we be able to pull out the W.”

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