Former Oconomowoc Mayor Floss Whelan has endorsed District 4 aldermanic candidate John Gross. Gross recently topped a four-person race for a spot on the ballot of the special election being held on Tuesday, Nov. 10, to fill the seat vacated by former alderman and now mayor,
East finished 5th in the Classic Eight, while OHS won the Wisconsin Little Ten with a perfect 7-0 record.
PREVIEW: Expect the air to be filled with footballs Friday night as OHS and Watertown clash at Watertown
Already assured of the 2015 WLT crown, OHS looks to end conference play with a perfect 7-0 record: Watertown could forge a tie for first place if it manages to upend the Raccoons.
Kevin Ellis, in first try for elected office in Oconomowoc, finished second in a four-person preliminary election Tuesday. Local businessman faces John Gross on Nov. 10 as the two battle to succeed Dave Nold.
Gross and Ellis emerge as finalists for vacant District 4 aldermanic seat after only 194 people vote in election
Two will vie to fill the seat vacated by former alderman and now mayor Dave Nold on Nov. 10. Only 194 votes were cast within district with 2,435 registered voters.
OHS boys soccer team earns outright 2015 Wisconsin Little Ten championship with 2-0 win over Beaver Dam
Gracia’s first half and Johnston’s second half goals, plus Bobke’s defense seal the deal for OHS
View additional photos of the OHS football team’s win, 49-13, over West Bend West.
View photos of the OHS boys soccer team in action Saturday against Whitefish Bay Dominican in a nonconference match at OHS. OHS continues play this evening at Beaver Dam.
Air Nienhuis flies high as OHS rips winless West Bend West, 49-14, to win WLT title for the second time in three seasons
Cooney, last season’s last-place team, goes from rags to riches, as Nienhuis throws for season-high 381 yards and five touchdowns.
Check out Allison Stoneberg’s photos from the OHS win over Slinger last Friday night.
Just one season removed from last-place finish, OHS football team poised to finish atop the conference for the second time in three years. West Bend West here on Friday night.
West Bend West no match for Cooney girls volleyball teams as varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen all win
Varsity’s 3-0 win keeps it atop WLT; team now 9-0 and 22-3 overall. Hartford here on Thursday night for youth night.
View photos from Friday night’s 28-14 win over Slinger. The Cooney victory left it the only unbeaten team left in the Wisconsin Little Ten at 5-0 and 7-0 overall.
Quick start, strong finish enable OHS to stun previously unbeaten Slinger, 28-14, to remain atop WLT
Rams and Clayton score twice as Air Nienhuis, Cooney’s bend-but-not break defense, combine to topple Slinger from a tie with OHS for the conference lead.
PHOTOS: Cooney girls volleyball team sweeps Watertown, 3-0, to remain unbeaten in the Wisconsin Little Ten
View photos of the OHS girls varsity volleyball team in action Thursday night at Watertown. OHS won, 3-0, to remain unbeaten in the Wisconsin Little Ten.
View the OHS girls varsity basketball team in action against Watertown at Watertown. OHS won 3-0.
PREVIEW: Unbeaten OHS and Slinger football teams clash Friday night; winner stays atop WLT standings
Stingy Slinger defense challenges Oconomowoc’s Air Nienhuis, featuring conference’s top passer and receiver.
View photos of the OHS girls varsity volleyball team in action Tuesday night at Hartford. OHS won, 3-0, to remain unbeaten in conference play and in first place in the WLT.
Check out these photos from Friday night’s, 42-18, Cooney win over Wisconsin Lutheran.
Message delivered loud and clear; Cooney football team is a WLT title contender, not a pretender. Atop the WLT standings, OHS travels to co-leader Slinger Friday night.