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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

Tiger Basketball Flies Under the Radar, Till Now!

With a record of 17-4, the Oakville High School Boys Basketball team is starting to get some attention.  Check out this article on STLToday CLICK HERE for details. The Tigers close out their regular season over the next two weeks with four more games (three of which are at home)! Tuesday, 2/18 vs. Webster Wednesday,

Like it Never Even Happened! Recognition and Thank You to Our New Sponsor SERVPRO

SERVPRO of Oakville/Mehlville – “Like it Never Even Happened” Who They Are, and What They Do Unless you have been living under a rock, there is a very good chance you have seen a number of vibrant green vehicles navigating the streets of Oakville/Mehlville. Branded on each side in orange is the word SERVPRO, with

Freshmen Boys Basketball Dominates

The freshmen boys basketball team was recently selected as the team of the week by the St. Louis Journal.  Check out the story!  CLICK HERE  The Tigers are currently 18-3 with only a few weeks of play remaining.  Watch them in action at one of the following home games; Friday, February 14 – 4:00 vs.

Austin Gillmann New Record Holder in Boys Basketball

Austin Gillmann, a four year letter earner and basketball starting center, has had a successful career at Oakville High School.  With the remaining part of the season (7 regular season games) and a chance at the post season, the 6’11” Tiger has now moved to the top of the all-time lists in Oakville Basketball for the

Girls Swim Prepared for Conference Championships

With Conference Championships only a couple days away, the Oakville Girls Swimming and Diving Team is on a tremendous hot streak.  The girls ended the regular season with a record of 9-4 highlighted by some outstanding relays down the stretch. The team has great chemistry and is as balanced a squad as Oakville has had