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 …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The skies were grey and threatening, the air held the crispness of a mid-fall day, but Mother Nature had nothing on Oswego and our sense of community when the Wolves hosted the Panthers for the annual Cross Town Classic this past Friday night. Almost 5,000 loyal football fans joined together for the eighth annual meeting of Oswego vs. Oswego East High School and filled the stadium of Oswego East to the brim, with hundreds of fans filling the fence space circling the field. The planning for this event is a daunting task and I want to offer my congratulations to principals Jeff Craig, Mike Wayne and their teams, in coordination with the Oswego Police and Fire Departments and all the volunteers, who flawlessly executed the logistics tied to…
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
One of the biggest games of the season is almost here. Are you ready?
For the eighth year the Panthers and the Wolves will battle it out in the annual CrossTown Classic football game this Friday. The Panthers (3-1) have never been defeated by the Wolves, who are also 3-1 this season. Here’s everything you’ll need to know for the upcoming game, from tickets to parking. Where: Oswego East High School’s Football Stadium Kickoff: 5 p.m. for sophomores, 7 p.m. for varsity. Gates open at 4 p.m. Ticket prices: $4 for Adults, $2 for Students (Grades K-12) and $1 for Seniors Advanced tickets: Can be bought at each school’s athletic offices from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. leading up to the game. Those that should pick up advanced tickets are: The following people must go to the OEHS athletic office to get their advanced ticket…
Friday, September 16, 2011
Improved Wolves look to finally win one against the Panthers.
Oswego High School and Oswego East High School have been playing each other in a crosstown football game for six years. And for six years Oswego has emerged victorious. The Wolves hope to change all that tonight. “There’s a tremendous amount of pride in both our high schools,” said Oswego High School Principal Mike Wayne. “Big games like these are a way to bring the Oswego community together. Although everyone’s cheering for their own team, we’re all out there supporting Oswego.” Oswego East Principal Jeff Craig agreed. Oswego High School “is our sister school. This game brings out fans throughout the community," he said. Craig added that many of the students of Oswego and East, “Grew up together and there’s a friendly rivalry between them…