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With fall sports regular season coming to a close, Oswego High School sports reflected on numerous wins and losses throughout their year. When looking at the JV boys soccer season’s performance this year, you will be pleased to see their win in the Southwest Prairie Conference. Although they have been doing well in Conference in recent years, this season was still exciting and new to the team.
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.
The No. 4 Oswego boys varsity soccer team knocked No. 13 East Aurora out of the Lockport Sectional Regional Semifinals 5-1 on Tuesday, Oct. 22. OHS improved its record to 17-4-1 (11-0 in the conference) on the season while East Aurora fell to 5-15-4 (1-6-2 in its conference).
The Oswego High School boys varsity soccer team beat Romeoville 4-1 on Thursday, Sept. 26. OHS improved to 10-4-1 on the season (5-0-0 in the conference) while Romeoville dropped to 4-9-0 (1-5-0 in conference). The most notable takeaway from this game was the improved communication of the Panthers’ players.
On Wednesday, Sept. 10, the Oswego varsity boys soccer team (3-3-1 overall, 2-0 in conference) took down the Oswego East Wolves (1-3 overall, 1-1 in conference) 4-1 in the annual Crosstown soccer game.

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