The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

Mark Elliott

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief

Mark Elliott, senior, is the editor-in-chief for the 2021-2022 Eyrie. Other than journalism Elliott enjoys playing baseball, as he is a member of the Olathe South baseball team as well as a club academy. He also enjoys playing video games, hanging out with friends, and working out. 

 

All content by Mark Elliott
White Sox at Orioles 5/5/17

MLB Testing Electric Strike Zone

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
May 16, 2022
Kansas City Chiefs Draft Review

Kansas City Chiefs Draft Review

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
May 16, 2022
Drink Prime

Drink Prime

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
May 6, 2022
March Madness

March Madness

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
April 13, 2022
MLB Lockout

MLB Lockout

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
February 28, 2022

MLB Regular Season Comes to a Close

Mark Elliott, Editor-In-Chief
September 28, 2021

Olathe South Baseball

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
May 19, 2021

MLB Season in Full Swing

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
May 19, 2021

NBA Playoffs

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
May 19, 2021

NHL Playoffs

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
May 19, 2021

Super Bowl Preview

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
January 29, 2021

NFL Postseason Preview

Mark Elliott, Managing Editor
January 13, 2021

Chiefs odds going forward

Mark Elliott, Reporter
December 11, 2019
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