The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The lady war eagles flag football team poses after their win against North Forsyth; 8-2. Each and every girl has been working hard from 4:00- 5:30 after school to prepare for the season ahead. The game was on Thursday night at North Forsyth High School where Souths football team also faced the Raiders Friday night.

Lady War Eagles win their first game of the season

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor October 29, 2019

Thursday, October 24 was the beginning of a long weekend for the students in Forsyth County. While others were hanging out with their friends and watching movies at home, the Lady War Eagle flag football...

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Teamwork makes the dream work. South Forsyth War Eagles work together in an attempt to defeat their rival team, the infamous Lambert Longhorns on the final day of Homecoming week.

South victory adds the final spark to the “Enchanted” evening

Sierra Wamsley and Naisha Roy October 21, 2019

The eventful evening began with the marching bands from Lakeside and South Middle School joining the South High School marching band to play "Fight Song". Two of South's choirs then sang the National Anthem...

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Breast Cancer awareness month. Every year students dress head to toe in pink outfits at a football game in October to commemorate those who have connections to the illness. South students line the railing at Milton to cheer on the War Eagles in their second regional game of the season. South played hard but could not come up with the win.

War Eagles leave Milton with a 1-1 regional record

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor October 21, 2019

Breast Cancer is the second most common cancer in American women, next to skin cancer. 13 percent of women will be diagnosed with breast cancer sometime in their lives and in order to awareness for this...

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All night long. War Eagle fans gather together in unified gold to support their school team.

Birds fight for gold

Sierra Wamsley, Editor-in-Chief October 8, 2019

In hope for a win, South supporters dressed in all gold. Gold shirts, ties, pants, hair accessories, and shoes stormed the hallways at the high school. Many teachers and faculty members dressed up for...

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Living the American Dream. South Forsyth students and staff join in the stands to cheer on their favorite American team while celebrating red, white, and blue.

War Eagle American Dream

Sierra Wamsley, Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2019

American clothes, spirit and attitude roamed through the halls of South as students and teachers prepared for the exciting game at South Gwinnett.  The War Eagles kicked off their fifth game of the...

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All coming together. South students and faculty dress in jerseys to support their favorite team. The game was filled with renewed zeal from winning the 11Alive coverage.

11Alive catches a glimpse of the War Eagles in action

Sierra Wamsley and Regan Blood September 9, 2019

SFHS has recently entered the football season and brought a flood of school spirit along with it. Thousands of eager students whipped out their phones to vote South as Team of the week through the SuperFan...

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Shining Bright. After a day in neon, South students fill the stands with their brightly colored outfits to cheer on their favorite team.

Bright spirits come out to support the War Eagles

Sierra Wamsley and Regan Blood September 3, 2019

The crowd rises to their feet as South moves the ball upfield, getting closer and closer to the end zone, determined to score another touchdown. The audience roars as South crosses into the endzone. Neon...

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DECA Tailgate

Sadie Rawlings, Co-associate Editor August 28, 2019

Surrounded by red, green, yellow inflatables and the savor of Jim 'N Nick's barbeque wafting through the air, students celebrate the beginning of the 2019 football season. DECA, a co-curricular marketing...

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Hawaiian Out vs Sprayberry

Sierra Wamsley, Editor-in-Chief August 28, 2019

The Friday mood lightens as the South’s hallways explode with grass skirts, lei’s, Hawaiian shirts, and sunglasses. Beachy vibes are felt throughout the school as teachers decorate their classroom...

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Friday Night Lights. After a day bringing back the old souls, South students gathered together to support and watch their very own football team begin their season with a scrimmage against Sequoyah. The day was memorable, full of excitement, and packed with school spirit.

Throwing it back with decades

Sierra Wamsley and Maggie Craig August 21, 2019

Friday, August 16, students and faculty of South Forsyth threw-it-back to the old days for the first spirit day of the year. Students and teachers alike sported fits from different eras to present their...

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Admiring the teams. A wall  of more than 760 football helmets is the focal point when visitors first enter the building. As a person chooses a team, the respective football helmet lights up in green.

Statistics students take football learning to the next level

Alyssa Freyman, Editor-in-chief March 14, 2019

Throughout the school year, students in the statistics classes figure out performance, ability, and probability for athletes and teams of all sports. The workload can be difficult to visualize for those...

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