Athletic Orientation Meeting for Incoming Freshmen for School Year 21-22

On Wednesday, April 28th, at 7 pm Oswego Athletics will host a virtual athletic orientation for all interested 8th graders that will be entering OHS as freshmen in school year 2021-22.
The link for the meeting is below, we look forward to presenting and answering any questions that you might have.
Meeting URL:
Optional Dial-In Number: +17162731030
PIN: 042-808-746#
Quick dial (mobile): +17162731030,,042-808-746#

4/28/2021 8:00 PM

Summer Sport Spectator Guidelines and Updates

Please click this LINK for the most up to date guidelines for summer sport spectators.

6/19/2021 8:02 PM

Spring Sport Spectator Information & Updates

Please click this LINK for the most up to date information on the current spring sports spectator guidelines.


4/24/2021 7:55 PM

Spring/Summer Sports and Out of Season Sports, Contact Days Info, and Bus Schedules

Panthers and Panther Parents,

During the time period from March 13 to June 19, IHSA spring and summer sports will run.  Those sports will include boys soccer, girls volleyball, football from March 13 to April 24 and then wrestling and our traditional spring sports from April 5th through June 19th.  You must be registered on 8to18 and have a current physical to participate in a spring or summer sport.  For out of season sports, contact days will be available.  A number of our out of season sports programs will offer these contact days.  Information for those will be shared sport by sport by the head coach.  Here is the link that will show the bus routes that will run each school day during remote learning to get students to OHS for a 2:30 to2:40 pm drop off for either spring/summer practices or contact days if it is needed for a student to get here.  There is no return service, so students would have to be picked up from OHS after thier contact day is done.  All students would have to follow the Phase 4 Guidelines in order to participate.

If you have interest in any particular out of season sport, here is the link for the e-mail addresses of each head coach of an out of season sport that you can contact for more information.   COACH E MAILS

5/22/2021 3:30 PM


Please click HERE to see the updated Sophomore Football Schedule as of Wednesday, 3/17/21.

4/30/2021 8:47 PM

2021 Athletic/Alumni Golf Outing Friday Rescheduled to July 23rd

As we continue to hope to return to this event in person, we are excited to announce that our 2021 OHS Athletic & Alumni Golf Outing is rescheduled for July 23rd, 2021 at Blackberry in Bristol.  We look forward to seeing everyone back at the event as we honor our dear friends, Ken Pickerill and George Bailey, at that time.  More details will follow as they become available!

7/23/2021 1:16 PM


Click HERE to find out how you can watch your favorite Panther athletes and sport teams compete for the rest of the 20-21 school year!!!  

6/30/2021 7:02 PM

Panthers Update

Event Details

  • March 12th, 2021

  • 1:00 PM


  • JV

  • Girl

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  • Spc Tourney

  • Home

  • SPC Tourney

  • Parkside Lanes

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Game Summary






JV Places 5 in the Top 15 Including a Sweepn of the Top 4 Individual Spots!

The JV SPC Conference Tournament is an individual tournament where the top 15 bowlers are recognized and there are no team awards given out.  This year, Oswego hosted the tournament at Parkside Lanes and this was a four-game tournament.

The Oswego Panthers had an incredible showing at the tournament, placing 5 individuals in the top 15, including sweeping the top 4 spots in the competition!  Freshman Madi Watson placed 12th and had a 584 series (146 average).  Another Freshman, Amber Lymenstull, finished in 4th place with a 659 series (165 average).  The next two places went to OHS Juniors Lexi Dellaca and Sydney Kuntzman.  Dellaca took 3rd place, rolling a series of 677 (169 average) while Kuntzman finished 2nd with 725 on the day (181 average).  Dellaca bowled a team high game of 225 in the first of the series while Kuntzman had a nice 223 in the second game.  Senior Mac Donahue was crowned tournament champion with an excellent 765 series (191 average) that included a clean game 200 as well as an outstanding 224 in the final game of the tournament!

The future looks bright for the team and if these bowlers continue to work on their game in the off-season, the Panthers will be a top contender next season!