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.
Oswego High School’s very own boys varsity soccer team had a remarkable season this year, as they achieved new heights in tournament play and various different victories.