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

  • December 27th, 2019

  • 9:00 AM

  • BOWLING

  • JV

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Away

  • Oswego East Invite

  • Parkside Lanes

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Game Summary

PANTHERS

3rd Place (total pinfall: 4,150)

Vs.

OSWEGO EAST INVITE

1st Place - Oswego East (4,350); 2nd Place - Willowbrook (4,195)

Panther JV Team Finishes 3rd!

The Oswego High School Girls Bowling team sent their JV squad to the Oswego East Wolves Invite at Parkside Lanes.  After a slow start in game one of the tournament, the young squad settled in and had a solid showing.  The team's 4,150 total on the day (138 team average) earned the Panthers their first team award of the season for their 3rd place finish.  

Three Panthers placed in the top 15 of the field and earned individual medals for their performance.  Freshman Alysa Vaughn finished in 12 place with a total of 892 (149 average) and continues to improve quickly.  Leading the Panthers were sophomores Sydney Kuntzman and Lexi Dellaca, both finishing with a total of 911 (152 average) along with a bowler from Lake Park High School.  The three way tie was broken by the final game of the tournament, so Kuntzman finished in 8th while Dellaca earned 6th place on the day.  Also contributing to the Panthers' 3rd place finish were Mac Donahue (740), Nia Wilkins-Jones (723), and Miranda Oehlerking (93 in one game).  Wilkins-Jones had a career high averaging 121 for the tournament and earned the team's MVP award for the day.  Bowling on a rainbow team and gaining some tournament experience were Paulina Lopez (618) and Grace Chivari (614).