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Brady Monahan, Sports Editor

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Hello, my name is Brady Monahan, and I am a junior at Oswego High School. This is my first year of being part of the 42Fifty staff and I am already enjoying it. I play two sports at the high school level, those being golf and baseball; therefore most of my pieces will most likely be found in the sports section. Other than sports, I love being outdoors and spending time with family and friends!

Aidan Schmidt: A committed career to music

Oswego High School junior Aidan Schmidt has been writing music since fifth grade and recording it since sixth. He plays multiple instruments, writes most of the instrumentals for his band, produces the music of some of his friends, and manages or works on all of the music under his record label, Disappointment Records.  “Typically,...

42Fifty March Madness Bracket Challenge

Here you may find the rules and other information regarding our school-wide bracket challenge. Have fun and good luck!

Dr. Donna Marino resigns from SD308 board of education

The exterior of Oswego High School

Dr. Donna Marino, president of the SD308 board of education, sent a note of resignation to the Oswego Community Unit School District 308 board of education on Feb. 14, 2022. According to a press release from the district, Marino’s decision to resign was “a very difficult decision, but necessary for the wellbeing of herself...

42Fifty’s Super Bowl LVI predictions

After a long and exciting postseason, the final two teams are ready to square off and claim the Lombardi Trophy. The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals will play to decide the champion of the 56th Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 13. With so many games coming down to the last second and going into overtime, the...

College football review: The surprises of the 2021 season

This season proved that everything from Davids to Goliaths can win or lose. More and more teams are finding their way into the rankings and proving college football is not predictable.That is why fans love watching college football: because of the unpredictability of the sport and never feeling like the win is locked up. College football is always changing, with teams getting new recruits or players going off to the NFL draft. Nevertheless, this season was exciting and is one to remember. Let’s take a look at the teams that boomed and busted.

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