Waukesha South Boys Varsity Football

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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – Carter Unger

Get to know CARTER UNGER Class of 2019 WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT SPORT?:  Football HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING THIS SPORT?:  3 years WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE MEMORIES FROM YOUR HS TEAM?:  Playing Kettle Moraine 2017. We started the game off with a suprise onside kick and we caught them off guard and recovered

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – Spencer Vigo

Get to know SPENCER VIGO Class of 2019 WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT SPORT?:  Football HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING THIS SPORT?:  I’ve been playing football since 3rd grade. WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE MEMORIES FROM YOUR HS TEAM?: My favorite memories are our team dinners, playing Friday nights and having amazing friendships WHO INSPIRES YOU?: My parents inspire

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT – ISAIAH GARCIA

Get to know ISAIAH GARCIA   Class of 2019 WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT SPORT?:  Football HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING THIS SPORT?:  10 years WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE MEMORIES FROM YOUR HS TEAM?:  Winning my first conference game against Oconomowoc to start the season 1-0 WHO INSPIRES YOU?: I am inspired by just the idea of

Mattress Fundraiser Sept. 15th at South High School Cafeteria

Custom Mattress, delivered directly to your house, for 50% off retail, and proceeds go to Waukesha South High School. It sounds too good to be true, but without paying for a brick and mortar store, and using our network for advertising, everybody wins!!! We will use the money to buy a new 5 man sled.

Athletic and Activities Weekly Happenings-Week of 8/20

  It’s the last two weeks of summer break! We are now in full Fall Sports season swing as our Boys Volleyball program kicks off this Monday.  Congrats to Varsity Football that broke a 23 game conference losing streak and won their conference opener by beating Oconomowoc Friday night at Oconomowoc High School. Nice Job!

Football upsets Oconomowoc and Sets Another School Record in Season Opener!

In their first win of the season, the Blackshirts looked very well-rounded. Controlling the line of scrimmage, Zion Collins, Matt Garrity, Spencer Vigo, Alex Vasquez, and Noah Verhaalen helped the Blackshirts rush for 282 yards and pass for 166 yards, totaling 448 yards. Leading the rushing attack were sophomores Lavante Cleveland and Jordan McNello. Cleveland had 145