Boys basketball prepares for districts against Webster

Kolade Osikoya (12) and Donovan Tritschler (11) cheer for their teammates as OHS came back to beat Parkway South on senior night, Feb. 19. The final score was 50-49.

Devin Jost, Reporter

February 27, 2015

After a long season of ups and downs, boys basketball is ready to compete in the district tournament. Finishing the regular season with a 10-15 record, the Tigers will play their first district game against Webster Groves at Webster on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. “This should be a good test for us,”...

Tiger Cage Captains Are Ready To Wave Flags

Dallas Carter, opinions editor

August 29, 2014

What does Football’s first home game mean for Oakville? Cheering fans, touchdowns, and Tiger Cage, specifically the new Tiger Cage Cheer Captains. Mrs. Lynn Schmalz, sponsor of Tiger Cage, received many applications from seniors, all wanting an opportunity to wave the OHS flags after a touchdown. Eventually,...

Tigers suffocated in second half, fall to Jackson in district title game

Carvon Robinson (11) drives the lane in the Tigers game against Jackson.

Evan Lachnit, Sports Editor

March 11, 2014

With under ten seconds left in the Tigers game (Mar. 8) against Jackson for the district championship Ervin Sarajlic (12) went flying through the lane for a thunderous dunk, the rim rejected him and the ball was advanced by Jackson down the court where Jackson threw down a hard dunk as time expired. Tho...

Tigers get blown out in final regular season game

Marquis Pepper (11) brings the ball up the court in a game against Eureka earlier this season.

Adam Schafer, Reporter

March 2, 2014

Ronnie Suggs Jr. of Washington High School scored 41 points against OHS on Feb. 26. Led by Suggs Jr., who is committed to the University of Missouri , the Jayhawks defeated the Tigers 78-47  in their final regular season game before district play. “We didn't meet their intensity early and dug ours...

Tigers draw an Ace

Tigers draw an Ace

Evan Lachnit, Sports Editor

February 2, 2014

Jake “Ace” Meier had been playing well the past two weeks, but Meier had his best game yet and shined in crunch time last Friday night (Jan. 31) when the Tigers defeated rival Mehlville 43-34. In a game where the Tigers leading scorers Austin Gillmann (12) and Ervin Saralic (12) only had eight p...

Tigers get by with a little help from their friends

Tigers get by with a little help from their friends

Evan Lachnit, Sports Editor

January 27, 2014

When your stars are not playing their best, that is when a team finds out who they really are. And that was just what the boys basketball team had happen this weekend. The Tigers claimed the Triad Tournament championship with wins over Highland, Triad, and Granite City. The Tigers seemed to be in co...

Eight straight and it feels so great

Eight straight and it feels so great

Evan Lachnit, Sports Editor

January 23, 2014

After starting the season 2-3 the boys basketball team looked like they had a shaky season ahead. Eight games later, problems are fixed, questions are answered and the team is 10-3. After a tough loss to Belleville East in the second round of the Collinsville Tournament the Tigers’ season could ha...

Freshman Orientation: Incoming students learn about “Our House”

Freshman Orientation: Incoming students learn about “Our House”

Jamie Powers, Reporter

September 2, 2011

OHS Freshmen Orientation was August 11 from 7:30-11 am, and the procedure was a little different this time. Every year, Freshmen are assigned a specific day during the summer to come up to school and receive their school schedules, meal passes, locker combinations, and any other necessities for the...

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