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 12th, 2019

  • 4:00 PM

  • BOWLING

  • JV

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Home

  • Plainfield North

  • Parkside Lanes

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Game Summary

PANTHERS

2 - 8 (total pinfall: 1,640)

Vs.

PLAINFIELD NORTH

8 (total pinfall: 1,730)

New Look JV Team Showing Improvements Early in Season

The Oswego High School Girls Bowling Team hosted the Tigers of Plainfield North on Thursday, December 12th.

 
Despite a great performance by the JV squad, the Tigers won games 1 and 3 and took the series to win the match by a score of 8 - 2.  Plainfield North only had one JV bowler, so their team took four "blind" scores of 120 each per SPC Conference By-Laws, and the "blind" scores proved to be too difficult for OHS to overcome.  Sophomore Paulina Lopez led the Panthers with a 380 series which included a high game of 138.  Nia WIlkins-Jones was next high bowler with a 344 series which included a personal high score of 136 in game 2.  Lexi Dellaca (334) and Alysa Vaughn (322) were not far behind in series and both had high games of 123 in the match.  Also contributing for the Panthers was Grace Chivari with a 260 series.  
 
Much of the JV team for Oswego are new faces to the program and they are all working hard and showing quite a bit of improvement in the early part of the season.