The Southerner

Hayley Morgan
Sophomore Hayley Morgan enters her first year of newspaper hoping to build her creative writing skills.  Morgan, a dedicated athlete, plays three sports: tennis, track, and volleyball. She has played volleyball for 6 years now, doing both indoor and beach volleyball.  Morgan plays both for South and at the club level for Impact Volleyball. She has played for the South team since she was in 7th grade. She unfortunately injured her back before the season started so she hasn’t gotten to play much this year but is eager to get back in the game.  

Morgan’s friends would describe her as a kind, compassionate, and athletic person.  Morgan and her friends are pretty close, they have traveled together to California, Texas, Canada, and they took the school trip to Costa Rica with Sanford Middle School, which is one of Morgan’s favorite experiences.  Morgan agrees with her friends’ praise, she describes herself as “a shoulder to lean on.”

If you catch Morgan in her free time, she may be eating a salad or playing “I can’t help falling in love with you” on the ukulele.  Morgan is also interested in photography, she doesn’t just use her phone, she has a camera and she enjoys taking pictures of her friends and has a lot of pictures that she shot of scenery from Canada.  You may also see her chilling with her 2 year old golden retriever, Paisley, or, of course, writing a newspaper article.

Hayley Morgan, Staff Writer

Apr 21, 2020
Don’t take the little things for granted anymore (Story)
Mar 09, 2020
Snow plowing over handicapped parking spots reflects injustice towards adapted soccer team (Story/Media)
Feb 24, 2020
Students find their voices through participation in student-led organizations (Story)
Jan 16, 2020
Prince’s ‘Purple High’ lives on through his vaulted music (Story)
Dec 17, 2019
South’s phone policy is in need of an update (Story/Media)
Nov 19, 2019
The Silver Ribbon Campaign continues to influence the South Community (Story/Media)
Oct 16, 2019
Volleyball team faces adversity when taking a knee during the national anthem (Story/Media)