News and articles about Oswego high school sports, from Kendall County Now
Marmion Academy hosted a 3A regional wrestling meet in Aurora on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023.
San Diego football recruit Sean Scheck capped off Marmion's strong day in the upper weights with the 285-pound title as the Cadets cruised to the championship of the Class 3A Marmion Regional. Batavia was second with Oswego fourth.
Jory Boley scored 13 of his 19 points in the second half, capping it off with a slam in the final seconds, and LeBaron Lee had 17 points and nine rebounds as Yorkville came back from three down at half to avenge an earlier loss to Oswego with a 69-56 win.
Sophomore Brooke Spychalski scored a game-high 20 points and hit four of Yorkville's 10 three-pointers, sparking the Foxes to a 72-40 win over visiting Oswego on Saturday.
Led by senior guard Max Niesman, Oswego has won four straight games and already surpassed last year's win total heading into the stretch run of the season. That, plus notes from Yorkville and Oswego East in Joshua Welge's boys basketball notebook.
Oswego came out of halftime and didn’t give away a single possession in the third quarter, drastically cleaning things up to eliminate a halftime deficit and rally for a 59-56 victory over Joliet Central.
Yorkville had four individuals take home championships to repeat as Southwest Prairie Conference tournament champs, holding off a tough challenge from West Aurora with Oswego, Joliet West and Plainfield South rounding out the top five.
Anna Johnson is known for her offensive prowess in soccer, where she scored 38 goals for Oswego last spring. Defense is her thing in basketball. The Oswego senior set a program single-game record with 14 steals this past week.
St. Charles East won the 24-team Illini Classic, with Yorkville taking second and Lincoln-Way West third.
Kaevian Johnson and Jory Boley each scored 12 points to lift Yorkville to a win at Plainfield Central, and Oswego beat Plainfield South in Friday's roundup.
Yorkville wrestling topped Oswego to clinch the Southwest Prairie Conference title, David Douglas Jr. scored his 1,000th career point in a Yorkville Christian win, and Yorkville and Yorkville Christian girls basketball both won in Thursday's roundup.
Oswego senior Lani Breedlove on Tuesday bowled her second career 300 perfect game, capping off an 806 series – an Oswego record and the fifth-best individual series by a girls bowler in IHSA history.
LeBaron Lee's double-double led Yorkville past Naperville North in its final game at the Jack Tosh Holiday Classic, Yorkville Christian and Sandwich won games at the Plano Christmas Classic, and Yorkville's girls team went 1-1 at the Rockford Boylan Tournament.
Oswego girls basketball beat Lemont and Kaneland at its girls holiday shootout, Newark and Plano dropped their openers at the Plano Christmas Classic, Oswego boys basketball lost to Brother Rice in Bloomington and Sandwich wrestling won its dual team tournament.
When first-year Newark coach and former Norsemen star Kyle Anderson walks into the Plano gymnasium next week for the 59th Plano Christmas Classic, memories will surely flow through his veins. The Classic preview, plus notes on Yorkville, Oswego East and Oswego from Joshua Welge.