Second 2019-20 National Letter of Intent Signing Day

The Second National Letter of Intent Signing Day for 2019-2020 will be Wednesday, February 5th.  We will have our signing ceremony just inside the entry of Door 38 on the football stadium side of the school at 4 pm.  If you are an OHS athlete that is committed to a college for athletics and are prepared to do your signing, please contact Mr. Howard in the Athletic Office by February 4th.  Parents, coaches, and family are invited to the event, please have the signing student wear a shirt or hat from the college.  Please enter the school via Door 38 after 3:45 pm and please be on time as we will begin as close to  4 pm as possible.  You are welcome to stay and take pictures after our ceremony is concluded.  Congratulations to all who are signing!

2/5/2020 4:00 PM

Panthers Update

Event Details

  • January 20th, 2020

  • 9:00 AM

  • BOWLING

  • JV

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Fr-So Invite

  • Away

  • Joliet West Invite

  • Town & Country Lanes

  • 7:30 AM

  • #28522

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Game Summary

PANTHERS

3rd Place (4,936)

Vs.

JOLIET WEST INVITE

Panther Fresh/Soph Team Finishes 3rd

The Panthers brought a talented group of young bowlers to compete in a field of 20 teams at Town and Country Lanes in the Joliet West Fresh/Soph Invite on Monday, January 20th.  Oswego got off to a quick start in game one, putting up a team score of 881 and found themselves near the top of the standings in 2nd place behind Lockport who shot 945 to start the day.  Anchor bowler Lani Breedlove paced the Panthers with a 226 while Katelyn Watson (177) and Sydney Kuntzman (170) also had solid scores in game one.  In game two, Oswego's solid 821 team score was not enough to maintain their position as the host school, Joliet West, shot 910 and moved into 2nd place.  Watson and Evelyn James were high bowlers in game two as they finished with 188 and 179, respectively.  OHS struggled a bit in game three with a 753, but their 2,455 morning round total held their 3rd place spot in the field with Lockport and Joliet West maintaining their positions in front of the Panthers and Minooka chasing Oswego by just 146 pins.  

The first game back from the lunch break in the afternoon round was the team's lowest game of the day, a 684 that allowed Minooka to gain 45 pins on Oswego.  The next game saw two Panthers top the 200-mark to help the team put up their best single game score of the tournament at 937 which included Lexi Dellaca shooting a very nice 221 and Watson finishing with 202.  In addition, James had 184, Breedlove shot 181, and freshman Alysa Vaughn contributed with a 149 as the team further secured their spot in 3rd place.  In the final game of the tournament, Oswego finished nearly identical to how they started the day as the team's 860 included high individual scores of 225 by Breedlove and 178 by Watson.  The team's total of 4,936 locked up 3rd place and two Panther bowlers earned individual medals including Breedlove who finished in 7th place with 1,158 and Watson whose 1,062 was good for 13th on the day. 

In addition, three Oswego bowlers participated as individuals on a Rainbow Team in order to gain tournament experience and vie for individual awards (scores on the Rainbow Team did not count towards team scores).  Sophomore Paulina Lopez led the Panthers on the Rainbow Team and, in the process, recorded a personal best single game and series.  Lopez recorded 6 strikes in game five of the tournament, including a four-bagger in the early part of the game, to shoot a career best 198 and an 804 six-game series on the day.