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COOL MEDALS AND PRS

GIRLS ON MEDAL STREAK

     Junior Joe Cool used his preference for running in the heat to produce an excellent day, Thursday, Sept. 22, when the Southern Cloud Warriors were a part of the Republic Co. Invitational, held at the Belleville Country Club.      The temperature was in the 90s, with a gusty wind from the south ramping up the humidity, but Cool likes it just that way, and sped to a 12th place medal, amongst many larger school runners from the likes of Clay Center, Beloit and Marysville, as well as the best our small school neighbors have to offer, those from Pike Valley and St. John’s Beloit. . . .

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Young Warriors Master Siege Tactics

Storm Castle to Defeat Knights

The Southern Cloud Junior High Football team made its way to Downs to challenge the Lakeside Knights.  The Warriors looked to begin the season 3-0, a feat the program had not achieved since 2012. Lakeside won the opening coin toss and elected to receive.  Maycon Araujo got the Warriors on the right track by charging downfield on the kickoff return to drop the Knight return man.  He then stuffed Lakeside’s first rushing attempt.  After a run around right end the Knights faced third-and-five.  The pass attempt to Peyton Ellis fell incomplete, forcing a punt by the Knights.  Southern Cloud . . .

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JH Lady Warriors Play Third Road Trip of the Season

The opening season road swing of three games ended Thursday in Downs. The Lady Warriors dropped two of the three matches to the Knights. The B team fell off the pace early, and did not have enough time to catch back up. They mounted a comeback and played the second match closer, but the damage was done and the Knights were too much to overcome.   The A Team was thrown a curveball, Hana Cool missed the trip due to illness, this meant Olivia Rolph earned her first start, and she did not disappoint. Though both sets were lost by pretty wide margins the difference between this season and last season is night and day. . . .

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