“Every day we will dedicate what we do [ to coach Stanton ],” Polensky says. “[ Stanton ] brought this program up to a very high standard and we’re going to continue that.”
From football to softball and every sport in between, these athletes put that pen to paper and made one of the most important decisions in their lives.
The great traditions of Senior Night and homecoming were combined at Friday’s Homecoming football game, where the Panthers shut out Joliet Central 49-0.
The passing game of the Panthers was too much to handle for the Oswego East secondary, as senior quarterback Noah Parker exploded for nearly 240 yards to lead the Panthers to a 32-0 win and first place in the Southwest Prairie Conference.
The Oswego Panthers played the Plainfield Central Wildcats last Friday in their first game of the season. The game ended 35-0 victory for the Panthers. See photo highlights from the game!