OLSH Winter Sports Update

As we are deep into the winter sports season, our teams have been working hard to continue another successful year in OLSH sports history. 

The boys bowling team had a tough season finishing 1-7, but standout performances from senior Michael Leininger earned himself a spot into the WPIBL Singles Championships. The girls team had a good season finishing 3-5, led by sophomore Katarina Komoroski.

As the regular season for winter sports are wrapping up, the OLSH basketball teams are hopeful heading into playoffs. 

The boys are #1 seed in WPIAL and are hopeful to make a good run this offseason. The team is ready for playoffs and are confident in making a good WPIAL and state playoff run. Junior Nolan Randal says, “It’s an honor being part of a great team. We are something special this year.”

The girls team is the #6 seed heading into playoffs. Senior Grace Bradley states that “…throughout the season, we were faced with a hard section and scheduled hard games. I believe with these games we are ready whatever teams may bring us. Our chemistry on and off the court is unmatched, which is why we have seen success thus far. As a team, we are hoping for a long run in the playoffs.” 

With no fans, the cheer team has played a big role in both teams’ successes. Junior Brianna Kotek says that “it’s an exciting time to be a cheerleader!” They cheer for both teams and do their best to keep the energy up since the gyms have very limited fans, if any at all. 

Good luck to all winter sports athletes, and GO CHARGERS!