Oscoda Area Schools in Oscoda, Michigan, provide you with a public education school for K-12 students.
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Sports & Event Updates!
Fell short Wednesday to the Roscommon Bucks but a much better effort from the Boyz.?
OFFENSE: Gabe - 1 Goal, Clyde - 1 Goal, Damian - 1 Assist, Austin - 1 Assist
DEFENSE: Austin - 8 Steals, Clyde - 7 Steals, Albert - 14 Intercepts & 3 Non-Keepers, Johnathan - 5 Intercepts & 1 Non-keeper, AJ - 10 Saves
Traveling to Standish Thursday to take on the Panthers!
Oscoda suffered its 2nd loss of the season to Gaylord and fell to 2-2 in a 126.5 to 48.5 loss Tuesday night.
The Owls took 3rd in the Medley Relay behind Gombos, Helinski, Brewer and Mioduch. Grace Gombos and Amber Brewer swam to a 2-5 finish in the 200 free. Allison Gream took home the first Owl win of the night winning the 200 IM while Lexi LaJoice and Courtney Helinski finished 1-5 in the 50 free. Allison Gream won the 100 fly while Amber Brewer finished 5th. Jessica Mioduch swam to a 3rd place in the 100 free while Grace Gombos tied for 2nd in the 500 free while Jessica Mioduch took 4th. In the 200 free relay, LaJoice, Helinski, Brewer and Gream took 3rd. Lexi LaJoice took 3rd in back. Courtney Helinski swam to a 2nd place finish in the breast. LaJoice, Mioduch, Gombos and Gream took 2nd in the 400 free relay. The Owls are back in action Thursday as they travel to Standish to take on the Panthers.
This past week on Tuesday we went to Hillman and lost in four games. Scores were 11-25, 22-25, 25-16, 17-25. The finally played with a little more fire in them, so it was nice to finally see that. Anna Pike had 4 kills and two blocks, Justyce Orso had two kills and 3 blocks, Sam Lamrock had three kills and two blocks. Rachel Koski really stepped up her defense this week, so we are hoping she can keep that going.
Thursday we hosted Atlanta, winning 26-24, 25-12, 25-12. Pike had 14 kills, and Orso had 5. Our passing was the most accurate it has been all season. Now that our schedule is picking up, it should be easier for our defense to stay strong. Our serving was much better against Atlanta, with 13 combined aces.
Saturday, we split with Whittemore, Posen, and Hale, and lost both games to Augres and Hillman. We lost to Posen in elimination. We started every game off slow so we were always in a hole early. For the day, Pike had 17 kills, Orso 16 kills, Lamrock 9 and Skylar Barnes with 10. Kate Cox and Cassidy Cleary passed at 82% on the day. As a team, we passed at 76%, so we know we still need some work there.
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