After a loss earlier this week, varsity Wolves savored the sweet taste of victory & revenge as they claimed a win over the Oswego Panthers.
In a run-up to their final conference match against Oswego High School, the Lady Wolves brought home a hard-fought and amazing win against Joliet Central, bringing the match to a quick close at Senior Night.
The junior-varsity boys claimed a win for their 2018 loss against Willowbrook at their April 30th match.
At the April 23rd crosstown challenge, the varsity boys’ tennis team came out victorious against Oswego High with a final score of 6-1.
East’s badminton team joined against & played against select faculty & staff at the first annual invitational tournament.
It’s been a difficult season so far for the varsity Lady Wolves as they earned their fourth consecutive loss last week playing against Plainfield North. The girls will toe the line next with Hinsdale Central, hoping to turn the season around.
It was a challenging first night of the season for the freshman girls, who returned with significant losses to Neuqua Valley. Now, the young team has a better understanding of where to go next.
This season’s girls’ track team gets their first glimpse of the potential that lies in wait as they prepared for their first invitational meet on Tuesday.
Earning their first conference win almost a decade, the Wolves were victorious against Plainfield Central with a final score of 64-61.
Junior Sam Schultz has his game of the season so far as the varsity boys become contenders for conference play. The final score was 68-54.
The next step for the girls will be one of rebuilding after a devastating loss against the Minooka Indians.
For all of its popularity, the marathon known as a football game remains one of the most excruciating things to watch. This writer explains why.
The varsity boys may have seeded fourth in the playoff game — the highest seed in East’s varsity boys’ soccer history — but the acclaim was not enough for the team to bring home a playoff victory this year.
Having taken the ball to the goal as a varsity player for three years, senior Ford Frazer has his sights set on future goals as he finishes his last year of high school as a student athlete.
With Serena Williams’ recent outburst on the tennis court still echoing in the ears of athletes & sports fans around the world, East athletes & coaches weigh in on the role of gender in sports.
The first Oswego East ice skater to complete a journey all the way to Nationals, sophomore Julianna Romero is having a warm, young career on the ice.
An astounding 28 graduating seniors committed to college athletics this spring, taking their dedication to sports to the next level of higher education.
The varsity boys’ tennis team defeated Plainfield North on Tuesday, April 17th. The final score was 6-1.
Sophomore Grace Cooper makes waves as both a strong young swimmer and an athlete with an empowering mindset.
As this baseball season prepares to take shape, freshman players take sight of their potential, their participation, and their goals as members of the Wolf athletic family.
Varsity girls bring glory to their program but fall short of victory in first state competition.
On Saturday, the sophomore boys’ basketball team faced Minooka and were able to grab a 53-47 win.
On the heels of going to State, Oswego East’s cross country girls built upon the success of previous seasons, returning to East with a strong sense of family, personal growth, and goal-setting for the path ahead.