There’s an old adage that simply says good things happen to those who wait. Taking that situation to the max, Oconomowoc’s Terry Lindert finally bowled his first 300 game after more than 44 years of adult league bowling. »Read Full Article
The Wisconsin Little Ten has always been a challenging conference. Hartford controlled the league in the 2000s, but in the past few years, a new threat has emerged.
With a host of new faces to the starting lineup, the Oconomowoc girls basketball began the 2015-16 season on a good note on Nov. 20 at home against Nicolet in a 44-29 victory. The Raccoons were strong at the start of each half offensively, but their defense also played a major role.
Suellyn Schellpeper-Rohrer left coaching earlier this year in Oconomowoc, but she has been a major part of tennis in the community for years.
Zach Clayton has always played three sports, but once college comes, he will likely focus on baseball. In the meantime, a player who has overcome a childhood disease has been a major contributor on the football field, with the basketball season just ahead.
The Oconomowoc tennis team finished fourth in the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference this season with an 18-24 record. West Bend East won the title at 35-7.
An unforgettable season ended last Friday in heartbreaking fashion, but the Oconomowoc football team turned heads with such a successful year and earned some respect from others around the state.
Oconomowoc took No. 2-ranked Divine Savior Holy Angels to the wire, taking a 2-1 lead in the final match of the 2015 season, but the Raccoons couldn’t quite get the final set they needed to secure the school’s first state championship since 1981.
She battled through a stress fracture all season and still was able to serve as the emotional leader, not to mention a heck of an outside hitter, for the state-finalist Oconomowoc girls volleyball team. Heather Moutvic’s impact on the program will be felt for years to come.
OHS and WNKM qualified in three events each for next weekend’s state tournament.