The Oconomowoc wrestling team had no trouble downing Beaver Dam in a Wisconsin Little Ten battle Jan. 16, 56-12, moving to 4-1 in league dual meets. »Read Full Article
Oconomowoc entered the second wave of Wisconsin Little Ten play as one of three teams tied for second place, one game behind league-leading Wisconsin Lutheran, after a 43-39 win at Hartford on Jan. 23.
Oconomowoc's wrestling team enjoyed a tremendous week, winning a league dual against Hartford on Jan. 23 and following up with a first-place showing at the Bernie Kane Classic dual-meet tournament at Madison East, during which the Raccoons won all five of its matches convincingly.
Kastens win Mapleway parent/child bowling event
Competing against Kettle Moraine, Badger, Slinger and West Bend, Oconomowoc swept the varsity races Jan. 15 at Alpine Valley in a giant slalom race.
Oconomowoc’s girls team ran into a powerful Milwaukee Vincent squad — don’t let the 3-7 record fool you — in a nonconference loss at home Jan. 20.
Muskego presented a considerable challenge for the Oconomowoc boys basketball team, but Cooney coach Kurt Melton was still disappointed with his team's showing Jan. 20 when the Raccoons traveled for the 71-57 nonconference loss.
He never played soccer at Oconomowoc High School and served as a part-time starter in a three-year college career at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Now, P.J. Johns is headed to the Wisconsin Soccer Hall of Fame. It seems impossible.
All Schuck Up
Over the weekend, I was struggling through a cough and stuffy noise. Little did I know by Sunday afternoon, I'd also have the dry heaves.
Junior guard Assia Rodriguez scored 16 points on Jan. 16, helping Oconomowoc's varsity girls basketball team to a Wisconsin Little Ten Conference victory against visiting Slinger, 53-32.
There is one fewer team tied for first place in the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference, and the Oconomowoc boys moved one step closer when they brought down Beaver Dam at home Jan. 15, 65-56.