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 18th, 2020

  • 9:00 AM

  • BOWLING

  • Varsity

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Butterfield Invite

  • Away

  • Morris

  • Echo Lanes

  • 7:30 AM

  • #28506

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Game Summary

PANTHERS

6th Place (5,318)

Vs.

MORRIS

Strong 6th Place Finish Despite Missing Jourdan

The Panther varsity team traveled to Echo Lanes and had a strong showing at the Morris Invite missing one of their top bowlers, Savanna Jourdan, who was a last minute scratch due to illness.  During the three-game set in the morning, OHS rolled consistent team scores of 880, 849, and 899 for a total morning series of 2,628.  Leading the team in the morning and making her varsity tournament debut was sophomore Lexi Dellaca.  Dellaca shot games of 170 and 168 before putting up a career high 266 in game three which also completed a personal career high three-game series of 604.  

Oswego didn't waste any time in their first game after the lunch break as they put up their best team score of the day (918).  Two Panthers topped 200 in this game, including Breedlove (236) and Katelyn Watson (202).  In game 5, the team shot 891 and saw Breedlove break the 200-mark again with a 210.  Watson and Dellaca nearly joined her as they both put up solid scores of 192.  

The team finished the tournament putting up 881 in their final game as they handled the afternoon transition well and had a higher round 2 total of 2,690 as compared to round 1.  The team's 5,318 at the end of the day was good for 6th place in the field of 20 teams. 

Two Oswego bowlers earned medals for finishing in the top twenty of the tournament including Breedlove (1,209) in 3rd place and Dellaca who had a career high 1,111 series and finished in 20th in the field.  Watson finished with personal career high 1,084 series on the day which was good for 25th place in the tournament and just outside of becoming a medalist herself.  Also contributing for the Panthers were Evelyn James (1,004) and Lily Ratledge (910).