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Be in the next South County Issue!
By AJ O.
Hey Stallions! Share your favorite Winter Memory with the South County Courier, and you could be in the next issue. Draw a picture on a notecard and drop it in one of the blue pockets in either A Pod Green Box or right next to room B134. All submissions are due by December 14th 2012 at 2:05 PM
Many SoCo students leave for the Younglife Camp!
By Cassidy M.
One of South County’s extracurricular activities is YoungLife. YoungLife is a student organized group that helps involve kids in their relationship with god and their faith. This weekend the South County students are going to Rockbridge Virginia for Fall Weekend camp, at camp we do a lot of fun activities to bring us closer to our peers and god. We go to camp Friday and come back Sunday, we all bunk in cabins and spend time with people with the SIMILAR religious ideas.
Report Cards Arriving at South County
By Cole L.
Report cards come out today and many students here at South County are worried about their grades, especially freshman. It is the end of the first quarter freshman year for some kids. They have gotten their first taste of high school and many don’t like it.High school is a whole new world for everyone, In the past you could be on honor roll not even doing homework or studying. Now that’s a quick way to fail every class, It is vital for freshman to work hard and understand high school. The next four years could decide your whole life. Many kids need to turn their grades around for second quarter. Wake up and get working SOCO!
Basketball Season is Approaching, Starting with Two Tournaments
By Tighe K.
The boy’s varsity basketball team is getting ready to start their season, but outside of the season they have two tournaments coming up. The first tournament they have is the Gateway Remax Tip-Off Tournament hosted at South County. They are on November 29th and 30th at 8 p.m. on both days and tickets can be purchased at the entrance. The second tournament that the team will be participating in is the Pohanka tournament. It will be hosted by Chantilly high school on December 27th, 28th, and 29th where our team will compete against many other teams outside of the Patriot district. The times of these games will vary depending on the seeding and how the team performs. Tickets for these games can also be purchased at the entrance to the courts.
Fall Play Arrives at South County
By Ethan H., Matt L., and Jake Z.
The minute the lights blink and people start to sit down and as the stage curtains are pulled to the side,the first South County school play starts. An Absolute Turkey, a fitting title for a play built around the thought of young women who thinks that her husband is cheating on her, so she goes out and cheats on him while trying to find out if he was cheating in the first place.
This is the first play since South County separated into a high school and no longer a secondary school. The play was open for all high school students to audition for, but mainly the older students were chosen for the roles. The play is showing on Nov 8-10 with the shows starting at 7:30 p.m. and ending at 9:30 p.m. don’t miss out on this chance to see the first play of the year.
Stallion Volleyball loses in a heartbreaker
By Eric H.
The Stallion varsity volleyball team traveled to Centreville high school to face Stone Bridge high school for their regional semi-finals. Prior to the semi-final game, the girls had a 24-6 record. Stone Bridge happened to be one of the six teams that beat the team.The Stallions played Stone Bridge for a second time on November the eighth. Despite an emotional well played game, they lost with a score reminiscent of their last game. This was the final volleyball game for the 2013 seniors in the volleyball team. The 2013 seniors included Dru Kratovil, Maddie Gedra, Dana Robertson, Macey Lutz, Sara Panneton and Jackie Seeman.
The Nightmare on Silverbrook Road
By Rudy C.
The construction on Silver Brook Road has been very bothersome to the residents of the Lorton community. Students and parents alike are experiencing delays in traffic due to these construction sites. The construkction takes place after the morning and continues throughout the day. The traffic that these construction sites cause is irritating the residents and Fairfax county needs to find an alternative to this problem.