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Kailee O'Donnell

Kailee O'Donnell, Sports Editor

Kailee O’Donnell is a senior at SFHS and thrilled to join the journalism team as the sports editor of The Bird Feed. Kailee loves being involved with her school. She is the President of the National Honors Society; Vice President of BETA Club; a regional, state, and international competitor for DECA; and a member of Mu Alpha Theta. Kailee is active in her community as well. She spends her Sundays working with kids with special needs at Browns Bridge Church, and weekdays working as a Product Specialist/Marketing Associate for EventTitans, an online event management company. During her free time, Kailee can be found sprinting down the soccer field or relaxing with her friends at Lake Lanier. You can contact her by email at [email protected] or find her on twitter at @DonnellKailee

 

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

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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The North Forsyth soccer field. The War Eagles pressure the North defense in front of the North goal box. South maintained high pressure throughout the game, allowing them to steal balls from North and create scoring opportunities.

South Forsyth Varsity girls dominate North Forsyth on the soccer field

April 2, 2021

On Friday, March 12th, South Forsyth High School varsity soccer girls had a major victory against North Forsyth High School. The varsity girls maintained control and possession of the ball, keeping the...

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Senior Megan Milstead holding her prom ticket. Milstead is glad to finally have her ticket after waiting in the long line for prom tickets. Milstead was sure to be at ticket sales right at 2:00. She waited in line for 30 minutes to receive her own ticket and a guest's ticket.

Seniors surge the corridors for prom tickets

April 2, 2021

On March 22, 2021, at 2:00 P.M. sharp, South Forsyth seniors began flooding West Hall in an attempt to purchase the limited amount of prom tickets for the 2021 school year. The time slot lasted from 2:00...

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Peyton Goolsby pressuring the ball. Goolsby successfully steals the ball from Johns Creek with her constant attack, leading to an opportunity for the War Eagles. Throughout the game, Goolsby, forward for South, made many  opportunities for the South team to move the ball and break through the defensive line for Johns Creek.

SFHS Varsity Girls face Johns Creek soccer team

March 11, 2021

On February 5th, 2021, the SFHS Varsity girls faced off with the girls soccer team at Johns Creek High School. The weather was cold and windy, but despite the unfavorable conditions, both teams fought...

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Throw-in for South. The South right defender runs across the field to retrieve the ball for a throw-in. The South defense was able to hold their line throughout the game and prevented the North View team from getting any goals.

War Eagle win for the SFHS Varsity Girls soccer team

March 11, 2021

On Tuesday, February 9, 2021, the South Forsyth High School Varsity Girls soccer team played against the North View High School Titans. The Lady War Eagles were able to go home with a win that night after...

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The empty South Forsyth High School football field and stadium. The cancellation of the big game was a sad day for many senior football players, cheerleaders, and their families. The sight of the empty stadium helped many students realize that the pandemic isn't over yet and that everyone must remain vigilant in their efforts to remain healthy and safe.

Forsyth Central cancelled the senior night football game

December 17, 2020

On November 17th, Principal Wilson sent a letter to the South Forsyth community explaining that the anticipated football game and Senior Night set for Friday, November 20th, was no longer occurring. Mrs....

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Political cartoon of Biden playing against Trump in football. America is split into two teams, team Biden and team Trump. The days following the election were tense, with both teams fighting for a victory and the respect of the crowd of American citizens.

A rundown of the election that split America

December 17, 2020

On November 3, voters throughout Forsyth County participated in the 2020 election to choose their next president. Little did the county and nation know that this election would be like no other before,...

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Trump on the debate stage. Trump debates former Vice President Joe Biden at Belmont University. The media illustrated the debate as more successful than the first debate.

Trump and Biden take the debate stage for the final time

November 1, 2020

On October 22, former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump engaged in the final presidential debate before the 2020 election on November 3. Kristen Welker of NBC News moderated the debate...

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Kamala Harris answering Susan Page. Page asks Senator Harris a question at the 2020 vice presidential debate. Harris and Pence answered their questions professionally and clearly, unlike Trump and Biden at the presidential debate.

Harris and Pence face-off in the vice presidential debate

October 15, 2020

On Wednesday, October 7, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris faced off in the first vice presidential debate at the University of Utah. Compared to the first presidential debate, which...

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Go War Eagles! The cheerleaders smile for the camera, ready to cheer on the strong and successful  SFHS Varsity Football team. The cheerleaders came together this year to perform stellar cheers and stunts for the crowd to boost team spirit at the SFHS football games.

Varsity Sideline Cheerleaders Benefit Their Team and Community

October 15, 2020

From September 15th to September 25th, the Varsity Sideline Cheerleaders for South Forsyth High School sold silver and blue masks studded with decorative eagles to their community for their 2020 cheer...

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Senior War Eagle on the field. Makenna Segal is ready to jump into action as the Gainesville batter approaches the plate, her eye on the ball. Makenna Segal joined the varsity softabll team her freshman year, and has continued to play in and outside of school with plans to play in college.

Softball Senior Night Brings Another Success

October 15, 2020

On Tuesday, October 6th, the South Forsyth War Eagles dominated the Gainesville Red Elephants at the memorable senior night varsity softball doubleheader.  The night of victory began with a tribute...

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