Baseball battles unfortunate circumstances

Baseball battles unfortunate circumstances

Leo Carroll

March 8, 2013

The season for OHS baseball players is supposed to start on March 15, against Vianney. Unfortunately the field is in no condition to play on. After the snowstorm and precipitation, the field is soaked. On top of potentially missing games, there has not been a chance to have a true tryout. Athletes ...

Tigers send three to state

Tigers send three to state

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

February 12, 2013

The OHS wrestling team had the district tournament this past weekend at Christian Brothers College. The team performed fairly well qualifying three wrestlers to state and had three guys missed state by one match. Dominic O’Neil (11) at 126, Dan Zehnle (12) 152, and Tyrone Willis (12) at 220 all qualified...

Wrestling has high hopes

Wrestling has high hopes

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

January 29, 2013

With one week left until districts OHS varsity wrestling has high hopes for the state tournament. Key wrestlers Tommy Suda (10), Austin Neal (9), Josh Lorenz (12), Nic O’Neil (11), Tyrone Willis (12), and Jimmy Broderick (12) have been wrestling well, and are hoping to qualify for state. Neal and...

Wrestling pins Type One Diabetes and Lindbergh

Wrestling pins Type One Diabetes and Lindbergh

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

December 6, 2012

On Dec. 5, OHS and Lindbergh High School teamed up to raise money for Type One Diabetes research. Along with raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) there was a dual, and OHS won 40-31. The dual went well for OHS with wins from Aaron Hinson (11) at 182, Dan Zehnle (12) at...

Tigers bring it home for homecoming

Tigers bring it home for homecoming

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

September 29, 2012

After losing four of their first five games, the varsity football team came out strong in their homecoming game against Fox Friday night (Sept. 28). The Tigers came out energized and ready to play as they shutout the Warriors 27-0. The Tigers came out strong offensively and defensively to dominate Fox. The Tige...

Tigers suffer tough loss in season opener

Tigers suffer tough loss in season opener

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

August 24, 2012

The  2012 OHS football season opener tonight (Aug. 24) against Marquette was a nail biter. The game went back and forth, and came down to the final possessions before the Tigers walked off the field with a heartbreaking 10-9 loss to the visiting Mustangs. The battle was defensive, with few big offensive...

Will the Tigers preparations pay off?

Will the Tigers preparations pay off?

Leo Carroll, Sports Editor

August 24, 2012

Coming into the 2012 season the Tigers have high expectations. After a 5-6 record in 2011 Coach Arlee Conners made changes to his workout programs, staff, and leaders, and after seeing the Tigers’ progress at the Jamboree last Friday (Aug. 17) it looks like his changes have paid off. Morris LaGrand(...

Oakville student raises money for a good cause

Leo Carroll, Journalism I Reporter

October 11, 2011

Ethan Shockley (12) is helping create clean water sources for people in third world countries through H2O4K (Water for Kenya). H2O4K is a charity organization partnered with the 410 Bridge. H2O4K raises money to create clean water sources in Kenya. “I wanted to help people in Kenya have easy access...

Seniors taste sweet victory in annual Powder Puff game

Seniors taste sweet victory in annual Powder Puff game

Rachel Scott, Opinions Editor

September 9, 2011

The Kings of Candy triumphed over the Lords of Licorice in the Powder-puff football game on Thursday afternoon (Sept. 8 ) when the senior team defeated the juniors 30-18. The orange-clad seniors began the game by scoring three touchdowns in the first half with their twelve plays. Ashley Burton (12)...

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