Field Hockey wraps up season

Field Hockey wraps up season

Avery Neal, Reporter

October 25, 2019

The heat was on for OHS Field Hockey on Thursday (Oct. 24) as they played against Eureka in the first round of state. After a nail biting first half, Eureka finally scored with 1:32 left in the second and held on for a 1-0 win. “It was heartbreaking,” goalie Sam Gindler (12) said. “I lost my footi...

OHS Welcomes Hometown Hero

OHS Welcomes Hometown Hero

Jojo LaBrier, Reporter

August 26, 2019

OHS recently welcomed a hometown hero back to where it all started. On Aug. 19, Stanley Cup champion and 2007 OHS alumnus Patrick Maroon decided to give OHS a visit. He stopped by for an interview with students from the broadcast and newspaper programs. Maroon was drafted by the Philadelphia Flye...

OHS varsity hockey optimistic heading into playoffs

OHS varsity hockey optimistic heading into playoffs

JoJo Labrier, Reporter

February 1, 2019

After ending their regular season on a high note, the OHS varsity hockey team is looking forward to the upcoming playoffs. The tigers beat Parkway West 6-3 in the high school Winter Classic, at Clayton Shaw Park, Jan. 26. OHS came out strong and dominated Parkway West  the entire game. OHS saw g...

Hard work pays off, hockey cheer places second in competition

Emily Schneringer, reporter

March 5, 2017

Oakville Hockey cheerleaders wrap up their season by performing in a competition at Lindbergh High School on Feb. 26. The cheerleaders have been preparing for this competition since November, practicing every Saturday morning and Sunday night. Not only did they use this time to practice, they used...

Hockey comes short of finals

Hockey comes short of finals

Mckenzie Knapp, sports editor

February 28, 2017

After four years, the Oakville hockey team returned to the semifinals for the Challenge Cup. The only team in their way for the finals at Scottrade Center was St. Louis University High (SLUH), who went to the finals last season and was defeated by Christian Brothers College High (CBC). During the...

Athlete of the week: Kyle Wedbush

Athlete of the week: Kyle Wedbush

Dominique Robinson, photo editor

February 14, 2017

OHS varsity hockey goalie Kyle Wedbush (12) has played a large role in the team’s success. Wedbush was able to help his team move forward into the semifinal round of the Challenge Cup Tournament. Wedbush has managed to save 88 percent of the shots fired this season, making him one of the team’s...

Hockey cheer holds fundraiser, scholarship at Culver’s

Shanté Crawford, reporter

February 8, 2016

On Feb. 2, the hockey cheer girls hosted a fundraiser at Culver’s to raise money on behalf of the team and to start a college scholarship. Coach Michelle Kawelaske thought it would be a successful way to bring in more money. Half of the money went towards starting a cheerleader scholarship in memory...

OHS hockey concludes competition season

Kassidy Mooney, reporter

February 6, 2016

After a heartbreaking loss, the Oakville Hockey Club hung up its skates following the end of the competition season. The tigers’ season came to an end last Monday after the team fought its way through the bracket and challenged 14 time Mid State’s Challenger Cup Champion, CBC, in the final matchup....

Hockey plunges into preseason

Kassidy Mooney, reporter

October 26, 2015

At the start of preseason, the Oakville ice hockey team did not quite take the top hat in the annual Webster Top Hat Classic tournament, but with one win under their belt, the team looks forward to a new season. The tigers were defeated in their first game against SLUH, losing 9-1, with the goal s...

Pucks for Bucks

Ally Schellhase, Entertainment Editor

April 3, 2014

Leadership classes are raffling off signed pucks signed by St. Louis Blues players. The pucks are signed by David Backes,  Ryan Miller, and Vladimir Tarasenko. “My dad is good friends with Rob Ramage so I emailed him and he set it up and got me in contact with the Blues public relations guy Mr. O’Nei...

Two’s a company, three’s a crowd

Adam Schafer, Reporter

December 12, 2013

High school hockey has been known for being an aggressive sport, much to the fans’ delight. The atmosphere of the fan club is far more rowdy when fights break out in games. Personally, I think that the fights aren’t all that bad, but the officials need to figure out how they are going to determine...

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