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Liliana Murillo - Sports Editor

Hi! My name is Liliana Murillo, and I am a senior at OHS.This is my first year being a part of 42Fifty staff. In my free time, I like to hang out with my friends, watch reality T.V, and go shopping. If I am not at school, you will see me working at Riverside Pizza and Pub in Oswego. I am beyond excited to be a Sports Editor for 42Fifty this year!

My most valuable lesson

When sitting down to write to my senior column, I was stuck. Not because my four years in high school were not memorable, but because a good chunk was taken away from us and I felt there was nothing to say. Then I remembered the late nights of my junior year when I would be sobbing to my mom...

Anna Johnson: A success on and off the field 

A split picture of Anna Johnson on the basketball court and soccer field.

Senior Anna Johnson is a well-known, accomplished athlete at Oswego High School, excelling on both the basketball and soccer teams. She has won various Athlete of the Week awards and was an all-sectional athlete for soccer last season. She has also broken two school records, one for the most steals in a game of basketball and the second for the most career goals in school history. 

[[SATIRE]] Reviewing the scandalous Twitter of Bayton Parry

*Fifty42 is 42 Fifty's April Fool’s edition, and consists entirely of satire. This content is published purely for the purposes of humor and entertainment – it is entirely fictional and is not meant to be viewed as “real news” or taken seriously in any way. Any references to real people are based almost entirely in fiction. Ever heard of Bayton...

2022-2023 Winter Sports recap

Winter Sports Recap written in light blue on a black background

The sports editors of 42Fifty recap the winter sports season and congratulate the athletes and all of their accomplishments.

OH cheer makes history at sectionals, qualifies for state

On Jan. 28, the Oswego cheer team made history by winning the sectional title and qualifying to go to state. This competition took place at O’Fallon High School where 11 teams competed. OHS earned the highest score in the Oswego program history with 92.25 points.