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A minute to win it. The UMass Minutemen rush out on the ice to celebrate their hard-fought victory. They won their first title in program history.

NCAA Frozen Four: A chilling road to the finish

RJ Craig, Contributing Staff Writer May 20, 2021

The Frozen Four came and the Frozen Four went, and now it is time to recap the event and highlight some of its memorable moments. For those who are unfamiliar with the Frozen Four—no, it is not Disney’s...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Leah McGray

Humans of South Forsyth – Leah McGray

Kate Geiger, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

Social studies teacher Ms. Leah McGray has been a teacher at South Forsyth High School for the past five years. She loves building connections with her students and teachers all around her. Her passion...

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The 2021 Masters. Returning to its original setting in the spring, the golfers maintain a sense of normalcy while competing to obtain the championship title. Although they all did their best, there could only be one winner.

The 2021 Masters: A Recap

RJ Craig, Contributing Staff Writer May 11, 2021

In many ways, the 85th rendition of the Masters tournament attempted to recapture the magic and allure of prior tournaments. First, the event occurred in its typical April time frame unlike last year’s...

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Knowing we belong. Children of immigrants often feel disconnected from their ancestors because of their American upbringing. Oftentimes, children of immigrants are very culturally different from their ancestors and this has caused confusion and heartache.

Am I Indian enough yet?

Naisha Roy and Saahithya Gutta May 11, 2021

Being the child of immigrants is amazing, until it’s not. We have twice the culture, twice the languages and twice the cuisines. But we also have twice the expectations and twice the gatekeepers. A gatekeeper...

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The Mercedes-Benz stadium. The stadium is filled with life again, granted, not as crowded as before, but still full of excitement. The attendees and fans watching from home cheered when the stadium lit up with flashing lights and bursts of fire whenever the ATL team scored.

ATL United wins the match against Chicago Fire

Kailee O'Donnell, Sports Editor May 7, 2021

On Saturday, April 21st, Atlanta (ATL) United faced off with Chicago Fire for their third game in the 2021 MLS (Major League Soccer) season. The match took place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta,...

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An unforgettable season. (Pictured from right to left) Hailey Yeon, Kennedy Arnette, Elise Forberg, Emma Reid, and Abigail Dotson are esctatic as they prepare for the upcoming state tournament in May. They have truly advanced their skills throughout the season and cannot wait to work towards a state championship title.

A seasonal recap on SFHS girls’ golf team

Shree Delwadia, Associate Editor May 4, 2021

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the South Forsyth High School girls’ golf team worked to make this year quite memorable. While this year’s team consisted of a few new players, each member dedicated...

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Vintage vehicles!  Juniors Shruthi Kapoor and  Alex Van Alstyne sit  in the vintage bicycle the school rented for the aesthetic. There were many places around the venue for perfect photo-ops to create lasting memories.

Dancing through Vintage Hollywood: Prom 2021

Chris Bunker, Maggie Craig, and Lisa Holiday April 30, 2021

      Long, shimmering dresses and matching ties, boxes of corsages and endless rounds of photos: Prom is an annual tradition that marks a monumental moment in the lives of high school students. The...

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Early morning practices. The Varsity Girls' Tennis team is working hard this year to encourage each other during practices and competitions. While their season has ended, they have made long-lasting memories to take into the next tennis season.

Recapping the 2021 Varsity Tennis Season

Naisha Roy and Shree Delwadia April 29, 2021

The 2021 Varsity Tennis season was a rollercoaster of growth and victory for both teams, with losses, wins, and both varsity boys and girls advancing to region. Both teams elaborated on their personal...

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A black captain America. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier explores themes of racial identity and trauma in an action-packed plot. The show premiered on Disney Plus on March 18th and consisted of 6 episodes.

Marvel’s “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” tells a heartwarming story of race, guilt, and identity

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor April 27, 2021

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this piece belong solely to their respective author(s). They do not necessarily represent the opinions of South Forsyth High School or Forsyth County Schools. As...

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2016 All-Star game at Petco Park. Baseball is a special game that brings about people from all over the world. Recently, Major League baseball brought about new rules into the minor leagues.

Baseball implements new rules into Minor Leagues

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor April 23, 2021

Baseball has returned and fans have enjoyed the sensation of being in a ballpark after last season. The pandemic has called for new policy changes; however, there are changes that one wouldn't expect....

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A staple at South. Mr. Arant, 2020-2021 SFHS teacher of the year, marveled on his success. His students adore him and he gave credit for his success to his partner Mrs. Tyra. Mr. Arant stated, “Without her, I won’t be where I am now.”

South Forsyth High School Awards Mr. Jon Arant as Teacher of the Year

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor April 23, 2021

Mr. Jonathon Arant is the 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. Throughout his twelve years of teaching, he has left a print on everyone as he continues to inspire his students and coworkers around South. Congratulations...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Brian Fahey

Humans of South Forsyth – Brian Fahey

Kate Geiger, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

After teaching at South Forsyth High School for around eight years, Mr. Brian Fahey is known for encouraging and preparing his students to become successful, independent, and engaged citizens during and...

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