Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Did you make it to the Crosstown Classic Basketball game last Friday? Upload your shots of the game!
Last Friday night was an explosion of blue, orange and silver as both girls and boys basketball teams battled it out in the annual Crosstown Classic of the Oswego High School Panthers vs. Oswego East High School Wolves. The Panthers emerged victorious in both games, with the boys final score 73-60 and the girls score a very close 49-44. Oswego's Elliott McGaughy (20) became the Panthers' leading all-time scorer by notching 31 points and nine rebounds in a 73-60 win over visiting Oswego East. There were plenty of great plays and shots. If you took any photos of the game, share them with other readers. Did you miss the game and want to catch up on the action? Check out the videos that streamed live last Friday of both games. Special …
Saturday, December 3, 2011
26 basketball players from Australia will be visiting Oswego to play OEHS team and experience trip abroad
If you thought 40 degrees was cold, imagine what it must feel like to someone from Australia. On Sunday, 26 young men are about to experience a Chicago winter as they travel from Knox Grammar School in Sydney, Australia to Oswego East High School to participate in a basketball tournament and get a taste of the States. Oswego East’s head basketball coach Jason Buckley was put in contact with the Australia team through Doug Smith, the former athletic director at Naperville North High School. “He called me up and asked if we wanted to be a part of it again. Of course!” said Buckley. Back in 2007 a different group of students visited Oswego from Australia, and Buckley said he wanted the new team to have the best experience possible. Which is …
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Wheaton Warrenville South converted an astonishing 16 3-point field goals to race past West Aurora 76-59 Wednesday night at the Blackhawks' Class 4A boys basketball regional.
West Aurora was not prepared for the barrage of 3-pointers Wheaton Warrenville South drained Wednesday night. Meeting for the second time in a week, in the semifinals of the Blackhawks’ Class 4A boys basketball regional semifinals, the Tigers’ Travis Kern and Riley O’Toole combined for an astonishing 15 3-pointers to lead WW South over West High 76-59. “It was demoralizing,” said West High senior post Kyle Pilmer, who had six points and three blocks in his final game at the school. “They just couldn’t miss. They’re usually a slow-tempo team. They were really pushing the ball, and nothing was falling for us.” Juwan Starks offered early evidence West High could reverse its two regular-season losses to the Tigers. The junior forward scored …
Friday, February 18, 2011
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Check out these stories from Patch sites in your area: Girls Basketball: Bolingbrook Rolls Past Romeoville For Regional Championship Sharing the Wealth: Cops Will Split Seized Drug Money With Other Agencies Local Veterinarian Shares Tales about Tails in New Book DGS Actors Honor Black History Month with "Don't You Want to Be Free?"