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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!

OHS varsity girls basketball falls to Glenbard South Titans in second game of season

Shot taken in the OHS Athletic Gym, focused on the Basket Ball Hoop (located closest to the Athletic Hallway). Under the hoop stands both OHS and Glenbard South players as they fight over the ball in midair. Anna Johnson (#20) is poised to shoot, but is blocked by a defending player.

On Nov. 16, the Oswego Panthers varsity girl's basketball team played its second game of the season at home against the Glenbard South Titans and lost with a score 54-29. The starting lineup consisted of seniors Anna Johnson, Cameron Tarver, Kendall Fulton, junior Emily Mengerink, and freshman Ahlivia East.

A sign of greatness to come: 12 OHS athletes drafted to collegiate sports programs

Honored OHS athletes and their families sit in attendance listening to recognition and congratulations speeches from their coaches during the November Nineth, 2022, Oswego High School (Athletic) Signing Day.

On Nov. 9, Oswego High School's first signing day of the school year took place for athletes who have committed to schools to pursue their athletic careers for each of their sports. In total, 12 students signed to colleges, all from various sports.

Oswego Varsity Boys Soccer: A season to remember

Will Kalsto, senior, running down a soccer field past an opponent

The Oswego Varsity boys soccer team is at it again and has accomplished and overcome a lot in its 2022 season. This year, the team faced multiple complications that it was forced to adapt to. 

OH announces 2022 homecoming king and queen

Laithen Weber and Mimi Schnekel post together in their crowns and white sashes that say "Homecoming King" and "Homecoming Queen."

This year’s Oswego High School pep assembly took place on Oct. 6 and carried on many of the traditional activities, including the announcement of homecoming king and queen. This year’s winners were seniors Laithen Weber and Mimi Schenkel.  

Oswego Cheer expands program; sets eyes on state

OHS' cheer team on the Pickerell Stadium sideline

Editor’s Note: Miranda Cook and Jaylene Garcia are a part of the Oswego Cheer team and are editors on staff but were not involved in this story's writing, reporting, or editing. Over the past two years, Oswego High School cheer has experienced restrictions within its program due to COVID-19. However, coaches Maggie Hill and Emily Popp faced 80 participants during...

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