Purple and Gold:Tornadoes host playoff pep rally


For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.


For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.


For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.

For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.

For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2016/11/web1_11.06-SHS-1.jpgFor the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.

For the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2016/11/web1_11.06-SHS-2.jpgFor the second time in school history the Southern football team qualified for the OHSAA playoffs, with the game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5. On Friday, all students in the district took part in a pep rally to prepare the team and students for Saturday’s game. The youngest fans, on up through high school, took part in games and cheers, with the elementary students taking home a spirit stick, over the high school students, for their victory chant. The junior class took the spirit stick in the grade 7-12 contest. While the rally started with the playing of the fight song by the Southern Marching Band, it concluded with students arm-in-arm singing the Alma Mater as the band played. With the Saturday evening game at Trimble scheduled to conclude after deadline for the Sunday edition, game coverage will appear in the Tuesday edition of The Daily Sentinel and online at www.mydailysentinel.com.