• 6 hrs ago | via Daily Chronicle 

    Prep roundup: DeKalb badminton falls to Oswego

    Despite an 11-4 loss to Oswego East on Tuesday, DeKalb badminton coach Duane Cowley saw enough to feel very good. “A couple close games or bad breaks go a different way and we win 8-7 instead of lose 11-4,” Cowley said.

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  • 12 hrs ago | via Daily Herald 

    Mistakes costs Rosary in home opener

    Rosary played its home opener Tuesday against Oswego East under first-year coach Megan Tracey only to see some of its old woes strike again at the most inopportune times. The Royals jumped out to a 4-0 lead but weren't able to make it hold up.

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  • 15 hrs ago | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Wolves establish new team chemistry

    Oswego East softball fans will need to bring a lineup card to the season opener this spring, with new faces filling much of the Wolves' lineup in 2015. The Wolves graduated five key players from last year's season finished with an 11-20 overall record, but third-year head coach Laura Nussle is optimistic about this year's skilled roster.

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  • 15 hrs ago | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Learning from the past

    After the Oswego East baseball team finished 15-18 overall last year, head coach Bobby Kaminski knows the 10 returning players certainly learned something from it. " it's a long season, it's a long grind, and that we just need to take it day-by-day," said Kaminski, whose Wolves saw the season end in the first round of the Class 4A Bolingbrook Regional to Bolingbrook.

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  • Tuesday Mar 24 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Wolves endure ups, downs in six-win season

    Faced with a limited number of players on the roster and a host of inexperienced athletes, the Oswego East boys' basketball team endured a tough season from start to finish. The Wolves were unable to improve from last year's 9-win season, finishing 6-23 overall under second-year head coach Steve Szymanski and finished in a three-way tie for sixth place in the Southwest Prairie Conference season at 3-10.

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  • Tuesday Mar 24 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Accepting the challenge

    Despite returning a core group of players this season, the Oswego boys' basketball team was still relatively young with just one senior in its starting lineup. In addition, the Panthers were challenged by first-year head coach Matt Borrowman, who put together a very competitive schedule that included Oswego's return to York's Jack Tosh tournament as well as its own Hoops for Healing tournament and the Martin Luther King Tournament at Wheaton Warrenville South.

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  • Wednesday Mar 18 | via Daily Herald 

    Westminster Christian's Firchau retires from coaching

    Westminster Christian's Bruce Firchau, perhaps the greatest program fixer in Illinois boys basketball history, announced his retirement from coaching at the Elgin school Wednesday afternoon. Before a gathering of family, current and former players, coaches, administrators and friends of the program, Firchau announced he was stepping down, effective immediately, to concentrate on his role as Director of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame and Museum, which is slated to open in Pontiac, Ill.

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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)