Nick Johnston (#13) and teammates celebrate his goal against Verona. OHS win 4-2.

OHS goalie Josh Bobke stopped this Verona shot on goal during the Cooney win, 4-2, over Verona.

Zach Clayton (#6) made a one-handed catch between two defenders on his way to a touchdown against Waukesha South

Ethan Wegner (#14) grabs a pass from Ben Nienhuis in the end zone during the 37-20 OHS win over Kettle Moraine.

2014 PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Watertown

2014 PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Watertown

The OHS varsity soccer team scored late to tie Watertown, 1-1, in a Wisconsin Little Ten match on Sept. 23 at OHS.  Clicking on a thumbnail image below starts a self-directed slide show featuring larger versions of each photo with captions. Feel free to share, download or print photos for personal use. Commercial use is strictly prohibited. Photos by Malcolm McIntyre. Visit the OCON2DAY OHS boys soccer page for more photos and articles.... read more
2014 PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Hartford

2014 PHOTOS: Varsity soccer team hosted Hartford

The OHS boys varsity soccer team hosted Hartford Tuesday night in a Wisconsin Little Ten conference match at OHS.  View article for more on the match. Clicking on a thumbnail image below starts a self-directed slide show featuring larger versions of each photo. Feel free to share, download, or print photos for personal use. Commercial use is strictly prohibited. Photos by Malcolm McIntyre.... read more
2014: Hartford retains WLT boys soccer lead as it shuts down OHS, 0-2, Tuesday night

2014: Hartford retains WLT boys soccer lead as it shuts down OHS, 0-2, Tuesday night

Only second loss this season for OHS but team must win next Tuesday to stay in WLT race Winning the battle on the pitch doesn’t do you much good if you can’t put the ball in the net. Tuesday night on the new OHS soccer stadium field, the OHS boys varsity soccer team outplayed visiting Hartford for most of the match, but Hartford managed single goals in each half to defeat Oconomowoc, 2-0, in a key Wisconsin Little Ten match. It was only the second loss of the season for OHS. Cooney had its chances as it unofficially had an edge in possession, but Hartford’s defense bottled up the home team’s top scoring threats, Trevor Trepton and Dominic Briggs, as it often out-numbered OHS in front of the Hartford goal. On the other end, it used a numbers edge to beat the OHS defense. It’s been feast or famine for OHS this season on the attack. Cooney opened with three straight wins, scoring 9 goals in those games. In its last two matches, it demolished hapless Wisconsin Lutheran, a WLT foe, 9-0, and Milwaukee Reagan, 6-0 in a non-conference match. The loss leaves OHS with a 1-1-1 record in conference, and 6-2-1 overall. Hartford upped its WLT record to 4-0 and 8-4-1 overall. The loss also leaves Oconomowoc behind Hartford and Watertown in the conference standings. Coach Andrew Biebel’s squad faces 201 WLT champ Watertown, at home, next Tuesday night at 7 p.m. A win Tuesday is an absolute must if OHS expects to stay in the race for the 2014 season... read more
2014: Soccer team opens new stadium by demolishing Wisconsin Lutheran, 9-0

2014: Soccer team opens new stadium by demolishing Wisconsin Lutheran, 9-0

New facility, stadium, and scoreboard, spark team to easy WLT win The script could not have been written better Tuesday night as the OHS boys varsity soccer team inaugurated its new soccer facility with a resounding, 9-0, win over Wisconsin Lutheran. Cooney, in front of an excited and responsive crowd in the new permanent bleachers section, simply outclassed its Wisconsin Little Ten conference foe to improve its WLT record to 2-1-1, 5-1-1 overall. WISCO, a dominant conference power in other sports, such as football, basketball, and cross country, fell to 1-9-0 overall and 0-3 in the conference. As befitting the evening, a pre-match ceremony featured successful goal shots from three members of the Athletic Fields Forever committee that was instrumental in raising funds for the long-awaited soccer facility. Rick Heidvogel, Eric Jensen, and Fred Begale, all fathers of players on last year’s squad, showed that they could still find the net from about 20 yards out as they had the honor of simultaneously scoring the first unofficial goals on the new and amazing grass field. OHS officials had wisely dispensed with a goal keeper on the play, but all three shots were strong and on target. After the shots, the three were given ceremonial game balls from seniors Jac Quinette, Brian Gonzales, and Adam Beasley. Another senior, Elijah Tesch, had the honor of soaring the first official goal. His score led the OHS onslaught on the WISCO net. Two players, junior Jordan Jensen and freshman Dominic Briggs, each had two goals. Scoring single goals were Nick Johnston, Charlie Schneider, Gonzalez, and Robbie Zimmerman. Johnston is a junior; Zimmerman, a... read more
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