Carrying the SVXC Flag: Hammer, Perry run their way to STATES

Southview High School is no stranger to team state championships with a total of five OHSAA championships to their credit. Of those, four belong to the cross-country teams. The boys teams have three state championship trophies and three runner-ups,  while the girls team can claim one golden trophy of their own. Just last Saturday, the…

Helvey assists, Fallis digs way in the Record Books

In high school team sports, achieving a significant individual milestone is a rare feat; for it to occur twice in a season is almost unheard of. This past Saturday versus Central Catholic, the Southview faithful were treated to two remarkable achievements in the same game. Senior Sam Fallis registered her 1000th dig and Junior Payton Helvey tallied her 1000th assist…

Oslakovic has a Sick Night on the Pitch

Talk about saving his best for last. In his final regular season home game, on Senior Night, Jared Oslakovic was on fire. He earned a hat trick by halftime with an amazing bicycle kick and tallied 5 goals and 2 assists by the end of the night. The Southview Cougars defeated Bowling Green High School…

Griffin Barros-King Competes at World Championships

Griffin Barros-King is a sophomore honors and AP student who lives a pretty unique life outside of the classroom.  Three or four times per week he and his parents travel north to Madison Heights, Michigan, where Griffin participates in three-hour rock climbing sessions.  That indoor facility is the closest location with official speed climbing and…

SV Swimmers Make a Splash in the Pool and Classroom

For Seniors RJ Kondalski and Sam Curran, swimming wasn’t their sport of choice growing up. Like most Sylvania youngsters, they played tee ball and soccer.  RJ admitted that his mom made him try swimming and that he “was really bad at it initially”; while Sam’s neighbor can be credited with encouraging him to give it…

Sophia Howard Takes Aim at Impressive Achievement

Freshman Sophia Howard began her competitive archery career at age nine, but she started shooting arrows much earlier.  Her dad bought her first bow when she was only two years old.  Now, she competes at state and national events and hopes to compete internationally one day. Competing in archery tournaments has led Sophia to travel…

The STREAK is OVER! SOUTHVIEW 36; SCOTT 0

October 17, 2014 150 weeks 1057 days That’s how long it has been since Mel Nusbaum Stadium last witnessed a victory by the Southview varsity football team. That is, until they defeated the Scott Bulldogs 36-0 in front of a boisterous Cougar Nation student section. There were some close ones, such as the 1 point…