Could Coronavirus affect Spring Sports?

Kaylene Nguyen (11) secures the lacrosse ball in her stick at a game versus Clayton.

Avery Neal and Davin Smith

March 13, 2020

On March 13, OHS spring sports athletes still had lots of speculation regarding cancellation of games and practices due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Rumors included postponement of games until the beginning of April to overall cancellations of the whole season.  The truth is that Dr Chris...

Boys and Girls Basketball End Their Season in District Finals

Angela Elguezabal (12) is guarded by a Cor Jesu defensemen as she dribbles the ball closer to the basket.

Avery Neal, Social Media Coordinator

March 11, 2020

Boys and girls basketball were hoping to make history March 6 at Vianney High School in the championship games of the district tournament. The girls were going for their second district title in the last three years. It would have been the fifth district championship in school history. The boys, mean...

Speech and Debate sends large group to district competition at Ladue

Members of the OHS Speech and Debate team pose for a picture

Damon Deemie, reporter

March 5, 2020

Out of the greater St. Louis area and Jefferson City, OHS has more entries than all but five schools in the upcoming Missouri State High School Activities Association district competition this Friday and Saturday (March 6-7) at Ladue High School. OHS has nine speech entries out of 11 total slots, and OHS also ...

Drama performs two one-act plays

Lejla Suskic (12) and Nora Ovchiyan (12) prepare for the spring play, being preformed in the OHS Drama Department March 4-6

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, reporter

March 4, 2020

The set is painted, lines memorized, and the lights are up. Spring plays “Who Calls?” and “A Game” will be performed at the Oakville Drama Center this week.   The plays open Wednesday, March 4 at 7 pm in the OHS black box theater, and will be performed at the same time and location...

OHS Diver places fifth at State Championships

Mason Meinershagen (9) smiling after her fifth place at the state dive competition.

Grace Foley, reporter

March 2, 2020

 OHS diver Mason Meinershagen (9) had no idea what to expect for her first season of high school diving. However, she ended up on a podium at the Missouri Girls Swimming and Diving State Championships. “I wasn’t (even) expecting to qualify,” said Meinershagen. She qualified on Tuesday, ...

Oakville hockey heads to Enterprise

OHS Boys Hockey poses in the locker room after winning against Westminster 4-1, advancing to play at Enterprise Center on March 11.

Jojo LaBrier, Sports Editor

March 2, 2020

We're going to Enterprise Center!  That's what the Oakville hockey players were shouting as they won the biggest game of their high school career. With time winding down and the Oakville players and fans on their feet, the Tigers knew they would be playing for the Wickenheiser Cup. “It m...

Art students select unique paintings from STL Art Fair

Connor Inman (11) and Abby Degeare (12) pose wit the art pieces they chose for the office.

Bonnie Niedermann, reporter

February 27, 2020

OHS is home to many pieces of art. The main office is even adorned with spectacular paintings from professional artists. But it wasn’t anyone in the office who was behind the palette.  Two OHS students, Abby Degeare (12) and Connor Inman (11), were given the chance to travel to and explore ...

OHS pilots new approach to traditional classrooms

Students in Miss. Betz's classroom sit on the new chairs as they learn.

Ellie West, reporter

February 27, 2020

OHS has begun to see the impact of an educational movement that has been changing the way that classrooms around the country look and function.  These new “pilot classrooms” incorporate flexible seating and more unique furniture designs. The goal of this new seating is to give students a ...

Spanish Ⅳ students create wax museum in library

Katelyn Massey (11) poses as Jennifer Lopez for her presentation at the Wax Museum.

Leyla Vilic, reporter

February 25, 2020

Senora Meghan King’s Spanish Ⅳ first block students created a wax museum of historical figures from Hispanic cultures on Friday, Feb. 7.  Mrs. King always tries to make Spanish a fun class, and pursues diverse projects. This time, she pushed her students to create a wax museum. The student...

Juniors dance the night away

OHS Juniors party it up at their Junior Ring Party on Feb. 13

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, reporter

February 25, 2020

Thursday, Feb. 13 was a night to remember for OHS juniors as they received their class rings in style.   The Junior Ring Dance took place at Andre’s West Banquet and Catering in Fenton, MO where students were treated to food and a DJ’d dance. As well, junior superlatives were announce...

Changes in OHS lunch line

Students wait in one of the new lunch lines at second lunch.

Kaitlyn Blanton, News Editor

February 24, 2020

Rockwood School District inspired OHS to incorporate different types of food for lunch after they made the change themself.  “The way our kitchen and cafeteria is set up, we’re the only school [in Mehlville School District, MSD] that is able to do this,” said Robin Lacefield, Cafe Manager at...

Boys hockey skates to victory in first game of Wickenheiser Cup semifinals

Oliver Right (12) skates in to hug Jack Anderson (11) as he celebrates his first goal in the game. Anderson's unassisted goal gave OHS a lead of 2-1. The Tiger went on to beat Westminster 6-4.

Jojo LaBrier, Sports Editor

February 22, 2020

The OHS boys hockey team continued its undefeated playoff run, and are now just one step away from playing at Enterprise Center. OHS conquered Westminster 6-4 on Friday, Feb. 21, in the first game of the Wickenheiser Cup semifinals. The boys will need to beat them one more time, on Feb. 28 at Centene C...

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