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Boys Tennis Enjoying Most Successful Season in Years

Boys Tennis Enjoying Most Successful Season in Years From 2014-2018 the Southside boys tennis team won 10 matches.  The 2019 Panthers have only needed their last 11 matches to match that.  With the victory over Boaz Tuesday night, the boys tennis team is celebrating their most successful season in years.  The 7-2 victory led by

March – National Athletic Training Month, Meet Southside’s Certified Trainer Chris Clark

March – National Athletic Training Month, Meet Southside’s Certified Trainer Chris Clark March is National Athletic Training Month….we would like to introduce you to Southside High School’s Certified Athletic Trainer, Chris Clark. Chris graduated from The University of Kentucky with a degree in Kinesiology. He then received his Masters Degree in Athletic Training from Fuhrman

Boys Soccer Takes Sole Possession of First in Area

The Boy’s Soccer Team defeated Lincoln 4-1 in a tough Area match: Koen De Hulla, Isaac Franklin, Miguel Alvarez, and Spencer Barnard scored for the Panthers while Franklin had 2 assists. Jaren Green had 4 saves in goal. The Golden Bears lone goal came off a penalty kick in the first half.

Boys Soccer Faces Lincoln in Key Area Matchup Thursday Night

Everyone is encouraged to come out and support our 4th Ranked Boy’s Soccer team as they take on 12th ranked Lincoln in a key region matchup. The Panthers (8-1-1) face the Golden Bears (10-4-1) at 6 pm at Barney Hood Stadium. Bring your noise makers, jackets, and concession stand money for a great night of

Panthers Defeat #2 Collinsville, 3-0

By Teddy Couch, Gadsden Times — SOUTHSIDE — The theme of the night for Southside was to remain calm, cool and collected throughout the entire match. It worked as Class 4A-5A, No. 4 Southside shut out 1A-3A, No. 2 Collinsville 3-0 on a chilly Tuesday night at Barney Hood Stadium in a battle of top

Boys Soccer Falls 5-7 to Ft. Payne

Boys Soccer falls for the first time this season. The Boys soccer team lost to #2 6A Fort Payne 5-7 in a game filled with great goals and penalty kicks. The Panthers gave up 3 PKs to Ft. Payne after leading 3-1. Scoring for the Panthers: Koen DeHullu 2 goals, Carlos Herrera 1 goal, 1