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 21st, 2019

  • 9:00 AM


  • JV

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Holiday Invite

  • Away

  • Oswego East Invite

  • Parkside Lanes

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Game Summary


6th Place (total pinfall: 3,585)



1st Place - York Green (4,534); 2nd Place - D.G. South (4,532); 3rd Place - York White (4,071)

JV Team Gains Tournament Experience; Two Bowlers Earn Medals

The Panther JV squad competed in a field of 8 teams at the Oswego East Invite where a few of the team's young bowlers got some competition experience, the team finished in 6th place, and two Panther bowlers earned medals for finishing in the top 15 of the field.

The team shot 1,807 for the morning round and were led by freshman Alysa Vaughn who had a career high 428 three-game series that included a personal high game of 155.  Not far behind was senior Miranda Oehlerking who finished with 410 in the morning.  

The afternoon round brought another personal high game, this time from junior Mac Donahue, whose excellent 204 game in the lead-off spot got the Panthers going after the lunch break.  When Paulina Lopez was struggling to find energy in game 4, freshman Grace Chivari came in and filled frames nicely to help finish the game.  Vaughn continued her solid effort by setting another personal high score in game 5 with a 161 that paced the Oswego JV squad during that game, and she did the same with a 159 in the final game of the tournament.  

The team shot 1,778 in the afternoon for a total of 3,585 which landed them in 6th place for the tournament.  The afternoon high bowlers for Oswego include Donahue (463) and Vaughn (450), and both bowlers went on to medal for the Panthers.  Vaughn finished the day with 878 (146 average), good for 10th place, and Donahue finished with 836 (139 average), which earned her a 15th place medal.  Also contributing for the Panthers were Nia Wilkins-Jones (594), Miranda Oehlerking (580 for 5 games), Lopez (488 for 5 games), and Chivari (205 for 2 games).