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The school newspaper of Oakville High School

myOHSonline

The school newspaper of Oakville High School

myOHSonline

Aman Lueker (12) gets pied by Belma Mujakic (12) for the journalism fundraiser. 
“[Fundraisers should] make sure each one of them has a fun method,” Lueker said. Lueker was voted to be pied in the face on the OHS journalism Instagram account Tigerjournalism.

Crammed Campaigns

Maddy Geisler, Reporter January 23, 2023

Schools are no strangers to hosting fundraisers, but OHS students weigh in on just how much is being asked of them. “The multitude of fundraisers in December is good because each one of them has a...

Alexa Matoushek (10) dives into the pool during half time. My hope is that each swimmer is able to achieve the goal they stated by improving their practice habits and thus improving their times, coach Liska Hromnak said. Matoushek hopes the team gets some state consideration times and for the team to improve their relays.

Just Keep Swimming

Maddy Geisler, Reporter December 20, 2022

The girls swim and dive season may have just started, but that doesn’t mean the team hasn’t already started facing some hiccups. “I went snowboarding for the first time with a couple of friends...

OHS Instagram accounts.

Impactful Media

Maddy Geisler, Reporter December 7, 2022

It’s no secret that social media is a part of daily life and the past few years it's made a noticeable impact on OHS. “I think social media has been a great way for students to communicate,” Alyssa...

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever released in theaters Nov. 11.

Sequel Meets Standard

Maddy Geisler, Reporter November 21, 2022

Black Panther movie stars like Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett, Lupita Nyong’o and many more return in the movie’s sequel to honor their fallen co-star Chadwick Boseman and continue the story of Wakanda. The...

Students laugh on the way to the dance floor at Homecoming on Oct. 1. “The best part of the night— just dancing with all my friends,” Mason Meinershagen (12) said. Meinershagen also enjoyed Homecoming as an event that gets the whole school involved in the fun.

Lights off, Spotlight on

Maddy Geisler, Reporter October 7, 2022

OHS held its annual Homecoming on Oct. 1 for the 2023 school year and there were notable differences from last year’s.  “I liked that there was a room that did not have lights on,” Heidi Niedermann...

Drew Murphy (11) hypes up the cheer team at the Homecoming football game Sept. 30. “...The hype circles like we see on the intro, me dancing with them and doing everything like that, I think that really gets them elevated and just excited to be out there and do what they love,” Murphy said. The team cheers at a soccer or football game every Friday.

First in Fourteen

Maddy Geisler, Reporter September 30, 2022

The 2023 school year brought multiple changes for the cheer team, one of which was Drew Murphy, the only male cheerleader the OHS team has had since 2008.  “I’m always here to hype up people,”...

Coach Marybeth Dunn leads the varsity field hockey team at the game Sept. 8. “She (Dunn) focuses a lot more on actual fitness,” Chloe Housewright (11) said, “like weightlifting and running.” Dunn also incorporated stick practice to help the girls prepare for their games.

The Pressure Is On

Maddy Geisler, Reporter September 19, 2022

The OHS field hockey team is competing again in the 2023 school year, but this time, new coach Marybeth Dunn is including a focus on incorporating the weight room.  “My stamina is getting better...

OHS sophomore Ezra Freeman poses for a photo while deep in thought. I was so shocked, Freeman said of racist comments he has received. Freeman first countered racism at the age of five.

A Different World

Maddy Geisler, Reporter April 20, 2022

In a room full of people being singled out just for walking in is Ezra Freeman, an OHS sophomore who was born in Guatemala. “They (Marcia and Dave Freeman) adopted me on April 6, 2007,” Freeman...

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