It was winter outside and a different season inside during the 2014-15 wrestling campaign, where Oconomowoc junior Brett Samson registered fall after fall after fall. For now, Samson must wait his turn to make it a championship season as well, but he proved he's close. »Read Full Article
Oconomowoc's boys basketball team (16-6) welcomes Beloit Memorial (12-10) in a battle between teams seeded sixth and 11th in the WIAA Division 1 playoffs Friday, with tip scheduled for 7 p.m. Josh Flickinger of the Beloit Daily News chatted about the Purple Knights.
Brett Samson will gear up for the WIAA Division 1 state meet as one of the top grapplers in 220 pounds, looking to become the first OHS state champ since Brad Blersch in 2005.
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After a fast-paced and exciting first period last Saturday afternoon, things looked good for the Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc boys hockey team when it left the ice deadlocked with Janesville at 2-2.
After a playoff-opening win over Burlington, Oconomowoc’s girls basketball team traveled to Middleton but came home well short of an upset.
No wrestler at 220 pounds could stand in Brett Samson's way at the Sun Prairie wrestling sectional Feb. 21. With one important event remaining, it remains to be seen if anyone will.
The Oconomowoc boys basketball team completed a satisfying regular season with a 16-6 record, dismissing Hartford on Senior Night.
The Burlington girls basketball team comes to Oconomowoc on Friday for the first round of the WIAA Division 1 playoffs, with a 7 p.m. tip. Mike Ramczyk of Southern Lakes Newspapers agreed to chat a bit about the Demons (11-11) before they take on the Raccoons (13-9).
The KM/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc hockey team lost its final five regular-season games, but the Lasers were back in business when the playoffs began, opening its postseason run with a 6-1 win over Stoughton.
Jason Brandl and Zach Clayton conspired on late-game heroics, and the Oconomowoc boys basketball team made the trip back from Beaver Dam with a 54-52 victory that kept the Raccoons' hopes alive to share the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference title.