Neighboring communities will represent two halves of the state when the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game takes place June 20 in Wisconsin Dells. Oconomowoc head boys basketball coach Kurt Melton hopes the rematch follows the blueprint of an earlier win this season. »Read Full Article
The weather outside said it was still basketball season. But despite the temperature sitting at 34 degrees and a few snow flurries falling from the sky, the Oconomowoc girls softball team opened the 2015 season Thursday by defeating host Waukesha West in the season opener, 10-6.
Track and field
The Oconomowoc girls track and field team took second at the Chris Wilson Invite hosted by Milwaukee Lutheran, and the boys took third, with both piling up event victories.
Girls track and field
Marlie Houston ran to second place in the 1,600 meters when Oconomowoc competed at the Nelson Daniels indoor track and field meet hosted by Whitewater on Saturday, posting a time of 5:24.93.
New challenges await the Oconomowoc baseball program this spring, when three teams that converted from summer baseball jump into an already-rugged Wisconsin Little Ten Conference.
Alix Larson has been one of the best golfers in the Oconomowoc High School girls program the last two years. She's missed the WIAA state tournament the last two years by just a couple of shots.
Most bowlers dream about some day reaching perfection on the lanes. Getting that first 300 game can be an agonizing chase.
Oconomowoc's Chris Schick was named first-team All Conference in the Wisconsin Little Ten in boys basketball, and Erin Vande Zande and Heidi Tremaine were both named first team on the girls side.
There's good news and bad news this season for the Oconomowoc girls softball team.
The Oconomowoc girls had to be satisfied with their 2014-15 season, particularly after seeing Middleton — the team that eliminated OHS from the playoffs — wage a wild overtime battle with eventual state champion Divine Savior Holy Angels in Friday's state semifinal.
Oconomowoc boys basketball coach Kurt Melton knew he had great kids to work with before the 2014-15 season. But he didn't know the year would be special.