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Evan Sharrard, Sports Editor

Evan Sharrard, Sports Editor

Panthers’ late rally leads to OT thriller against Romeoville

The Oswego starting lineup waits for their names to be called prior to the start of the game.

The Panthers began the first quarter with high energy. An energy that was portrayed through senior center Connor McCance’s posterizing put-back dunk over the Romeoville starting center. McCance wasn’t the only player fuel to the Panthers’ fire, off of the first of McCance’s six monstrous rejections, senior guard Jack Kahoun rainbowed a contested three-pointer on the fast break.

Dissecting the bond between the OH varsity football offensive line (aka OHOP)


Evan and John take a look in to the dynamic family of the Oswego Panther Football offensive line, aka "The Oswego House of Pancakes."

Boys Basketball: OE grinds out 57-49 win over OHS

Oswego East senior guard Will Wolfe (1) pushes his way past Oswego senior defender Joey Niesman (0)

The Panthers came into the game with a 7-0 record overall (2-0 in the Southwest Prairie Conference), while the Wolves were 5-2 (2-0 in the Southwest Prairie Conference).

OHS’s second half dominance leads to Regional Semifinal win against East Aurora

midfielder Steven Udy

The No. 4 Oswego boys varsity soccer team knocked No. 13 East Aurora out of the Lockport Sectional Regional Semifinals 5-1 on Tuesday, Oct. 22. OHS improved its record to 17-4-1 (11-0 in the conference) on the season while East Aurora fell to 5-15-4 (1-6-2 in its conference).

Do video games cause violence?

No, video games are not the culprit of this recent spike of violence in the nation. Video games are played by millions and millions of people, and these millions of people do not all have the urge to kill people just because they have played “Call of Duty” before.

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