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The 76ers are Exceeding Expectations

The 76ers are Exceeding Expectations

Adil Parikh, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

After the 76ers signed Al Horford to a four-year deal and traded for Josh Richardson during the off-season, this season became the most hyped season for the Sixers in years. Although it’s only been five games in the new season, it’s fair to say that the Sixers have not disappointed. After a...

Run of the…Cat?

Run of the…Cat?

Jake Martin, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Monday Night Football, Week 9, Cowboys vs. Giants. The Giants walked out to a 9-3 lead, shocking all the Dallas fans who believed it would be a cakewalk victory. Then, disaster struck for the G-Men. A feral cat ran onto the field and evaded capture the entire time. Fans were expecting a...

The Return of DeSean Jackson

The Return of DeSean Jackson

Jonathan Sim, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

As the first player in NFL history to win a game by scoring on a punt return, DeSean Jackson has been a fan favorite in Philadelphia since he was drafted in 2008. Jackson logged 1,000+ yard seasons in 2009 and 2010, two of his best seasons. His iconic performance during the Miracle at the Meadowlands...

Ben Simmons Just Hit a Three and the Internet is Broken

Ben Simmons Just Hit a Three and the Internet is Broken

Adil Parikh, Staff Writer

October 13, 2019

Who would have thought the day would ever come? After 19 unsuccessful attempts and countless internet memes, Sixers star point guard Ben Simmons finally hit his elusive first three-pointer in an NBA game. Yes, it was a pre-season game against a random team from China that no one has ever heard...

Float Like a Butterfly, and Get Stung by AB

Float Like a Butterfly, and Get Stung by AB

Jake Martin, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

A big talking point in the NFL Season has focused on former All-Pro wideout Antonio Brown. His shenanigans started back in the Steelers week 17 match-up, one that required them to win and for their division rival Baltimore Ravens to lose to the Cleveland Browns. In this huge game, they need everyo...

What’s Next for the Philadelphia Eagles?

What’s Next for the Philadelphia Eagles?

Adil Parikh, Senior Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

After falling behind 10-0 against the Green Bay Packers early in the 2nd quarter last Thursday night, you could already picture what everybody would be saying about the Philadelphia Eagles. “This team is overrated!” “Why can’t anybody ever stay healthy!” “Why can’t Nelson Agholor catch...

Swimming Scholers: Taking over C.B. South Lane by Lane

Hannah Feldman, Assistant Editor

May 2, 2019

Sisters Heidi and Haley Scholer have been swimming for most of their lives and have now attacked the high school swimming world with speed that can only be compared to that of a killer whale.   “We were taking swim lessons, it was three people and I remember our coach asking us the question ‘who is the king of the seas?’ and I answered, ‘killer whale,’” said Haley....

Sports Rituals: How do Athletes Prepare?

Sports Rituals: How do Athletes Prepare?

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

April 18, 2019

Athletes aspire for the brightest lights on the biggest stages. Playing in front of sold out crowds, the noise deafening, is an experience unlike anything else in life.   Athletes simply don’t walk into their games, hoping to perform at an elite level. They prepare, often in unique ways.  Basketb...

Finding Success in the Classroom and on the Field

Ashley Corso, Contributing Writer

April 18, 2019

Nearly half a million students are involved in athletics across the United States. Nearly half a million students are student athletes representing their school and finding balance between education and sports. Four hundred out of those half million students are here participating in the athletic programs a...

Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

Paige Buchwald, Contributing Writer

April 10, 2019

On a Friday night at CB South, you can hear loud and proud fans screaming at the top of their lungs, cheerleaders cheering in support of their team and the whole student body glorifying their classmates on the field. There is nothing that can bring a school community closer than a Friday night football...

One Thousand Points; CB Souths’ Girls Basketball

One Thousand Points; CB Souths’ Girls Basketball

Sophia Wasyliw, Contributing Writer

April 10, 2019

Scoring 1000 points in basketball is rare; not many athletes reach the big milestone in their basketball career. However, at Central Bucks High School South, there have been four athletes who have hit the milestone during their playing careers. All four athletes have been girls. Biology and forensics...

The Life of Fatima Cervera

The Life of Fatima Cervera

Destiny Richey, Contributing Writer

April 10, 2019

Thousands and thousands of miles away, a beautiful sky quickly turned dark. Fatima Cervera had to move 5,984 miles from Spain to America. In the beginning of Fatima’s junior year, her dad got stationed for a new job in Pennsylvania. Therefore, she and her family had to move. “I didn’t wan...

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