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2014 Tiger Basketball Season Recap

The 2014 Oakville Tiger basketball season is officially over.  The Varsity squad completed the year with an overall record of 19 wins and 9 losses.  Although the players and coaches would have liked to have claimed a district title, the season was still a highly productive campaign.  Season highlights included a tournament championship in the

Lady Tigers Say Good-Bye to Three Seniors

The roller coaster ride that was the girls basketball season came to an abrupt ending with an upset lose to Seckman in the first round of the Class 5 District 1 Tournament.  This meant that the Lady Tigers had to say good-bye and thank you to three seniors that poured their heart and soul into

Golden Girls Represent at National Competition

For the first time since its inception in 1974, Oakville High School’s Golden Girls can add nationally ranked to its title.  The sixteen-member team recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to compete in the National Dance Alliance national competition.   Competing in the large varsity division, the girls advanced to finals in both routines they had prepared. 

District Basketball Tournament-Schedule Altered Due to Weather

Due to the road conditions, the 2014 District Basketball Tournament hosted by Seckman High School has been altered.  Check out the new schedule below! Tuesday, 3/4 Girls Oakville vs. Seckman @5:30 Boys Fox vs. Seckman @7:00 Wednesday, 4/5 NO GAMES – This is Sectionals for Class 1, 2, 3 Thursday, 4/6 Boys Semi Finals Oakville

Soccer Practice to Begin March 4 – Directions

ATTENTION SPRING SOCCER PLAYERS Blue cards have been collected from the following grouped players. If you have a blue card and your name is not on any of the three groups—see Coach Robben in room 101 – Tuesday. S.A.I.D.<—> check announcements, posting, or listing to find out practice location and time for each of the

Dominic O’Neil Returns from Third Trip to State Tournament with a State Medal

Competing for a state medal can be tough any year; just ask three-time state qualifier Dominic O’Neil, a senior at the 138-pound weight class. This year, however, the pressure was on. Dominic,although improving his performance each year, had come home empty-handed the previous two years. The tournament only hands out the prestigious medals to the

McFarlarnd Continues to Break Records

Girls Swim had a strong year and a winning record!  The Tigers were proud to have representation at the Missouri High School Activities Association State Swim meet this past weekend.  Having only broken the 1:04 mark three times in her life, Shannon McFarland was confident the State Meet would be number four.  As a freshman Shannon qualified

District Basketball Brackets

The Tiger’s Basketball seasons are winding down.  The girls program will play their last home game Tuesday, February 25 vs. Northwest (JV@5:30 and V@7:00).  The GLOW Game should be a great time!  Come out and support the Lady Tigers and help us recognize our seniors.  Glow stick will be for sale and the starting line

Neal(10) and O’Neil(12) Headed to Columbia for State Wrestling Tournament

The Class 4 District 1 wrestling tournament, held at Parkway South this past weekend, is an emotional and trying event for all. In this tournament (and 3 others around the state) sixteen wrestlers from each weight class compete hoping to place in the top four spots and earn the opportunity to wrestle in the state

McFarland Heads to State Swim

It all came down to her last swim of the season.  After a tremendous 200IM that dominated the semi-final heat, Shannon McFarland had one last chance at qualifying for the State Championships.  With a preliminary time of 1:06.37 in the 100 backstroke, hitting the required time for qualification was a long shot to say the