Oswego Sports News

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

  • Monday | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Still no answers in January play

    While the Oswego East boys' basketball team continued to make strides in the right direction, it remained winless in the new calendar year, falling 70-62 to visiting Plainfield North on Friday night in a Southwest Prairie Conference matchup. For the Wolves , who have dropped four straight in 2015 and five consecutively since the Romeoville Christmas Classic in December, victories have been few and far between.

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  • Monday | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Better defense, better results

    A quick start helped the Oswego East girls' basketball team improve its standing in the Southwest Prairie Conference and avenge an early-season loss, as it toppled visiting Plainfield North 56-45 on Friday night. Winners of seven straight and 12 of their last 14 overall, the Wolves looked to extend their recent run of success with back-to-back weekday games, including a Tuesday night win against Rosary before Wednesday's makeup contest from Jan. 9 against Plainfield Central.

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  • Monday | via Patch.com 

    Youth Tackle Football Organization Announces Partner...

    The Oswego Youth Tackle Football organization has announced that it will partner with Oswego High School and Oswego East high School to become their official football feeder program. Utilizing feeder teams - a practice which neighboring districts already employ - will help both OHS and OEHS play more competitively.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Panthers meet challenges at York

    The Oswego boys' basketball team got just what it was looking for in its return to York's Jack Tosh Holiday Classic. With a tournament-opening win over Batavia on Dec. 26, Oswego moved into the winner's bracket and got three more quality games in before emerging with 2-2 finish.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Wolves fall short of tournament goal

    While the Oswego East boys' basketball team fought its way back from a tournament-opening defeat to reach the consolation championship game, it wasn't enough to secure another victory in the Romeoville Christmas Classic, as it finished with a disappointing 61-34 loss to Lincoln-Way West on Dec. 30. Already struggling in the win column ahead of the tournament, the Wolves suffered a 64-58 overtime loss to Reavis on Dec. 26 in the bracket opener before rebounding with back-to-back victories to set up the consolation championship.

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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)