Fenske earns first team all-state, all-tournament, and all-conference honors.
View photos of the Cooney girls varsity volleyball team in action during the team’s semi-final win over Verona at the WIAA girls state volleyball tournament last weekend in Green bay.
Only 9 percent of the district’s voters voted on Tuesday; Gross served as an alderman for 18 years before resigning in 2008. Gross wins with 126 votes; Kevin L. Ellis second with 95 votes.
Down 21-0 at half, OHS rallies to tie game at 21-21 before touchdown pass with 11 seconds left wins it for Warhawks. OHS finishes season with sparkling 11-1 record, Wisconsin Little Ten conference title.
OHS girls volleyball team shocks Verona, 3-1, advances to WIAA D1 championship late this afternoon at Green Bay
Girls face defending D1 champion Divine Savior Holy Angels at 3:30 after Garvens leads OHS to semifinal win with 12 kills and 12 digs.
View photos of the OHS girls varsity volleyball team in action Thursday night against Neenah at the WIAA state girls volleyball tournament in Neenah. OHS advanced with a 3-2 win over Neenah and will meet Verona today at 7 p.m. in a semi-final match.
PREVIEW: OHS and Arrowhead clash Friday night; winner advances to WIAA D1 football playoffs in Madison
Border battle at the Ed Rux stadium features top seed OHS against No. 2 seed Arrowhead. Game pits winners of the Wisconsin Little Ten and the Classic Eight conferences.
Team balances competitive spirit with uncommon fun and camaraderie.
Oconomowoc Sports Booster Club, OASD, and Mid-City Sports suggest fans wear them to show support for teams on Thursday and Friday.
In a match played at Arrowhead, No. 2 seed OHS defeats top-seeded Warhawks; team faces Neenah Thursday night in Green Bay.
PHOTOS: Cooney girls volleyball team in action against Milwaukee Madison/Northwest, Homestead, and Arrowhead
With wins over Milwaukee Madison/Northwest, Sussex-Hamilton, Homestead, and Arrowhead the OHS girls varsity basketball team advanced to the WIAA state tournament starting Thursday in Green Bay.
OHS may have lost stat battle, but big defensive plays, including two fumble recoveries, gave Cooney the edge over Memorial
OHS also recorded two sacks and an interception to stymie Memorial attack, earn 33-23 playoff win.
The OHS varsity football team defeated Madison Memorial, Friday night at OHS in a WIAA playoff game, 33-23. The Cooney win leaves it unbeaten this season after 11 games and advances OHS to the next level Friday night, Nov. 6, when it hosts Arrowhead.
Rams’ three touchdowns and 176 yards rushing help OHS overcome Memorial’s 452 yards of total offense. Arrowhead next here on Friday night.
Fast start, rally in third set create title match between No. 1 Arrowhead and No. 2 Oconomowoc. The two pair off Saturday night at Arrowhead, starting at 7 p.m.
Memorial finished sec0nd in the Big Eight conference with 7-2 record; team riding an eight-game win streak.
WIAA play continues tonight at Homestead; Cooney record now 31-5 for the season.
Watertown and Slinger also lose Friday night to end their seasons.
Cooney trailed 14-7 at the half, but a strong defense plus offensive adjustments pave way to a 28-point second half. Madison Memorial is here on Friday night as OHS advances to Level 2.
John Gross, a former alderman, is one of two candidates seeking election on Nov. 10 for a seat on the common council representing District 4. Gross was the top vote getter in the Oct. 13 primary. Running against him is Kevin L. Ellis, who finished second. Read a statement submitted to Oconomowoc Today by Gross.