The Panthers came into the season with high expectations, and they lived up to them. The boys posted an 10-4 record, including a trip to the Southwest Prairie Conference Tournament Semifinals. While they came up short of the conference championship, they played a competitive schedule that challenged them every week.
While competition season is something many dancers look forward to every year, who knew what to expect when hearing that this year’s season would be virtual.
Phase 4 not only allows for restaurants to be open with limited capacity and COVID-19 guidelines like social distancing, schools can resume with high-risk sports that are permitted a 50-person gathering limit.
Praise whatever deity it is that you believe in, because high school sports are back! I’ve been waiting a long time to type those words, and boy am I glad that the day finally came.
This is very sad news for Panther fans, as over the past three years Oswego has seen tremendous growth in its basketball programs, both boys and girls.