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Majorettes Host Annual Clinic

Majorettes Host Annual Clinic

October 25, 2019

Walking beside their mentors, the young majorettes made their way onto the field to deliver a performance. On the week of Oct...

Maverick Volleyball Team Spikes Greenwood Bulldogs

Carsyn Lincks, Reporter

September 23, 2019

On Sept. 3, volleyball played the Greenwood Bulldogs. The starters for the night were, Hannah Hogue, Avery Fitzgerald, Bailey Vega, Olivia Melton, Hailey Hall, Aleigha Johnson, and libero Kelsey Hamilton. “We’ve had a really good season so far and Greenwood is one of our biggest rivals, so the win really helped us,” senior Kelsey Hamilton said. With...

Southside Mavericks v. Rogers Herritage

Elijah Owens, Reporter

September 23, 2019

The next football game for the Southside Mavericks commences tonight at our stadium. “The football game is September 20 at 7:00 p.m. on this Friday night,” Coach Tadd Stewart said. The upcoming football game for this week kicks off Home at the Jim Rowland Stadium. Both Rogers Heritage and Southside Mavericks lost two games for the overall...

Spirit Reborn

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

December 17, 2018

‘Twas the day before Christmas break, when all through the school, not a student was quite, thanks to the school spirit both on and off campus. The signs were hung in the halls with care in hopes that a Maverick win would soon be there. Students spread their holiday cheer to the community. This holiday spirit mirrors on the basketball court...

Starter Makes Impression

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

December 17, 2018

As seniors sign with colleges, sophomore volleyball player Hannah Hogue also caught the eye of college scouts. With one season of varsity high school volleyball under her belt, number six makes strides toward her future. Playing since the age of ten, Hogue adds to her skill set by playing on school teams and outside leagues. First season at Southside...

Pre-Season Tourneys Highlight Schedules

Elyse Cano, Print Co-Editor

December 17, 2018

Opening the season against Subiaco Academy on Nov. 10, the boys then faced Clarksville, winning by twelve points, and with a score of 59-47. In press time, the team held an overall score of 5-5. The team began to pick up momentum last Tuesday as they faced Springdale, winning the game with only a two point lead. “We have to improve on our inside...

Spirit Reborn

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

November 12, 2018

Resolving the first question, ”can we keep our spirit flowing all year?” Indeed we can. Conquering fear of missing out, also known as FOMO answers the question for us. With the absence of sporting events to attend, students find themselves with out an outlet to fulfill their FOMO. So during the shift from football Friday night lights to the gym...

Undefeated Ladies Compete in Finals

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

November 12, 2018

For the first time since 2013, volleyball claimed the 6-A Central Conference title with a 14-0 record. During the season, Coach Steve Haaser reached career record of 1,000 winning games. Riding a wave of revitalized school spirit, the team swept 12 opponents at home. “I thought the student section at the home games brought a lot of energy...

Runners Compete at State

Runners Compete at State

November 12, 2018

Cross country concluded the season Nov. 2 at state conference in Hot Springs Oaklawn Park. The boys varsity team placed fourteenth...

Team Kickoffs First Round of State

Elyse Cano, Print Co-Editor

November 12, 2018

Last Friday night Mayo Thompson stadium hosted the Battle of Rogers Avenue. In the 31st meeting, the Grizzles kept possession of the cross town trophy. Heading into halftime the score was tied 7-7. In the third, Northside player Duece Wise scored a touchdown pushing the score to 7-17. Southside players continued to gain momentum by blocking Wise’s...

Spirit Reborn

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

October 29, 2018

Decade old rivalry game takes place tonight and “We’re going on a bear hunt.” Spirit needs to come full force with the biggest turnout of the season. But, most importantly, this hunt needs to end with a win. Three steps allow for a successful pursuit. Step one: Wear appropriate gear. Dressing to the theme provides school unity and spirit. When...

Spirit Reborn

Allison Brannan, Print Co-Editor

October 11, 2018

Principal Lisa Miller keeps promises. The revival of the class competitions and the spirit stick raises one question, can the spirit flow all year? Starting with a promise of a longer lunch, the student section grows exponentially to support the volleyball team. The largest and most spirited class receives an extended lunch the next day for showing...