Editors: John Kean, Evan Sharrard, and Lizzy Sorensen
We’ve witnessed the greatness of the 2019 College Football and NFL seasons, seeing Alabama finally fall short of the Playoff, along with the unexpected outburst of the Louisiana State University Tigers. Then fans witnessed something even more unforeseen, the Patriots getting a Wild-Card spot and exiting the playoff race early. College football is over, and with only two teams remaining in football’s biggest stage it’s time to think offseason. There is a lot of talent on the board for each team in the NFL Draft, as this is one of the deepest draft classes in awhile. As writers for 42Fifty, we decided to scout out the top prospects and condense the list into a first-round Mock Draft-comparing superior talent and best fits.
The Oswego co-op gymnastics team competed against Fenton High School on Jan. 15, 2020. That night was no ordinary night; it was the gymnastics team’s Senior Night! There are four seniors on the team that were set...
Girls Basketball: It was a game to forget for all involved. A game full of missed layups and turnovers, Oswego (14-7, 7-2) prevailed, winning over Waubonsie Valley 38-31. The Panthers only had one player reach double figures, but the real story came from the bench, where they got a big boost from senior Taylor Tarver and junior McKenna Engler.
Sports at Oswego High School are a big part of the culture of the school. A majority of students are involved in the sports program one way or another. Teachers become coaches and students become players, but that is not the only way to get involved in the coveted sports programs.
A 202-yard hole-in-one at age 12. Back to back conference MVP. Back to back trips to state. Summer Hawkins is without a doubt a golf celebrity at Oswego High School. But where did it all begin?