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Tennis team serves up successful surprise
By Sam Bittner
May 26, 2011

Dark clouds and some of the worst spring weather in recent memory have overshadowed what is quietly becoming one of the best kept secrets in Oshkosh. The varsity tennis team has cruised to a 6-2 record in conference play, establishing itself as one of the favorites to contend for the conference title.

Track out runs Mother Nature
By Kelsey Gelhar
May 26, 2011

As various students roamed the halls and complained about the cold, snowy, and rainy spring weather that was preventing them from breaking out their summer clothes and toe exposing footwear, the track team had a bigger issue on hand.

Pheasants feather trap nest

By Collin Glomstead
May 26, 2011

Outdoor enthusiasts meshed recently as Pheasants Forever, an organization concentrated on conserving wildlife as well as enjoying trap shooting and other outdoor activities, donated a $1000 grant to the West trap shooting team.

Golf team swings into new management
By Collin Glomstead
May 26, 2011

Just one day without five inches of rain has been the wish of the golf team this season. Expectations were not high as the first two weeks of practice were cancelled due to conditions on the golf course.

Olympics beckons special athletes
By Kelsey Gelhar
May 26, 2011

Few believe their coaches when they say, “Winning isn’t everything,” but for the rare athletes that do, great joy can be found in the spirit of competition.



Boys of summer return to shining diamonds of springtime
By Emily Bauer
April 18, 2011

Days until the start of baseball season are carefully counted down on the white board above Coach Tony Gerharz’s room. The countdown begins in the hundreds and works its way down to March 21, the first day of practice. Baseball players and fans keep a close eye on the countdown as they anxiously await the start of the baseball season.


Red hot bats counter April chills for Wildcat softball squad
Wildcats see ‘stars’ as summer football beckons
Soccer squad sets sights high as season ignites
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