Oswego Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Oswego, IL

  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Off to a winning start

    A blowout win in the Southwest Prairie Conference opener propelled the Oswego wrestling team into a strong effort on the mats in the St. Charles Mega Duals. The Panthers opened the stretch with a 60-12 win over Romeoville as the Spartans forfeited five weight classes.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Rising to the challenge

    With five losses in its first six games, the Oswego East girls' basketball team was looking for a way to give its season a significant boost. A win versus a Southwest Prairie Conference rival seemed to do the trick, as the visiting Wolves walked away with a 45-41 victory over Plainfield East last Friday night.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Panthers get defensive against Blue Devils

    The Quincy boys' basketball team made the four-hour trek to Oswego on Saturday night and the road trip proved to be worthwhile as a competitive, emotional game came down to the wire. In the final 35 seconds of play, Oswego expanded a slim lead with 6-for-8 shooting at the free-throw line to clinch a 49-42 win over Quincy and improve to 3-3 on the season.

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  • Monday Dec 8 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    New coach faces familiar challenges

    Filling a 14-man lineup has always been challenging in the Oswego East wrestling program, and first-year head coach Paul Coy will work to fill the gaps with a fewer grapplers in the room this season. Coy has looked to newcomers in the lower weights, with several veterans returning to the middle and upper weight classes for the Wolves.

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  • Monday Dec 8 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    An incomplete tournament effort

    There's no planning for a winless start, so the best thing the Oswego East boys' basketball team can do after a tough 0-4 tournament is to build on its potential for the rest of the season. Despite battling back in the second half, the Wolves wrapped up their performance in the 10th annual Hoops for Healing Tournament with a 71-59 defeat versus Chicago Foreman in the seventh-place game on Friday afternoon at Oswego.

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Oswego High Schools

Bednarcik Junior High School (10250 Heggs Road)
Oswego East High School (1525 Harvey Road)
Oswego High School (4250 Route 71)
Plank Junior High (510 Secretariat Lane)
Thompson Junior High School (440 Boulder Hill Pas)