Just over a week ago, the Oswego Panthers girls basketball (24-7) team lost their starting point guard, sophomore McKenna Engler, to a devastating knee injury in a regional semi-final win. Now, three games later, the Lady Panthers are headed back to Super Sectionals for the first time since 2010.
On Friday, Feb. 15, the Oswego Panthers took the court in their first regional championship in four years. They took on the East Aurora Tomcats, and took home the title by the score 46-23.
The Oswego East Wolves beat the Oswego Panthers 67-58 on Friday, Feb. 8 and clinched a share of the Southwest Prairie Conference with the win. Boise State commit, senior Ray J. Dennis, dropped 28 points for the Wolves to help secure the win.
Communities Against Cancer: Hoops for Hope is an annual fundraiser and day of basketball, hosted by Oswego and Yorkville, where money is raised for Cal’s Angels - an organization that is focused on pediatric cancer research.
The Oswego High School girls basketball team took on the Neuqua Valley Wildcats at their own home game Jan. 8. The game was a heated match that started close in the first half, with the girls going into halftime...