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Lady Owls Lacrosse travel to CAK

The Lady Owls Lacrosse team will head to Christian Academy of Knoxville tonight to face off against CAK. The game is set to start at 6 pm.

Owls fly to the Valley for District Consolation Finals

Ooltewah Men’s Hoops will travel to Walker Valley for a contest against the district hosting Mustangs tonight at 6:00 pm. Both teams will suit up again, with tonight’s game playing majorly to region tournament seeding. The Owls, with what some would call upset wins last week over Soddy Daisy and McMinn County, qualified for their

Final Whistle on Ooltewah Wrestling’s 2019-2020 Season

The Ooltewah Wrestling program rounded out it’s season this past weekend at the TSSAA State Tournament. The Owls finished the year with 29 wrestlers, which is 12 more than the previous 3-4 seasons. Qualifying 4 for the state tournament is 3 less than last year’s 7, but 5 of those seven were graduating seniors and three

February Madness – Playoff Basketball

  It’s Playoff Basketball Time The Ooltewah basketball programs will both play Soddy Daisy tonight for the play in game for the District 5 Tournament play in games. This year the tournament is at Walker Valley High School in Charleston, TN. The Lady Owls’ play at 6:00 pm and will try to upset a tough Soddy

Ooltewah Wrestling to compete in the Region 4 Tournament Saturday

The Ooltewah Wrestling program will send 12 wrestlers to the region tournament this year. The 2020 Region 4 tournament will be at Rhea County High School on Saturday, Feb. 15th. Wrestling will begin at 10 am and the finals should start around 2:30 pm. The top 4 wrestlers in each weight class will qualify for

Hoops cross the river for Hixson

The Ooltewah Basketball programs are crossing the river for a match up with the Hixson Wildcats. Owls look to finish of the week with back to back sweeps after both the men and women’s programs bested East Ridge in a makeup contest on Wednesday night.

Senior Night for Ooltewah Hoops

Senior Night at the Owls’ Nest as Ooltewah welcomes Bradley Central tonight. Women start at 6:00, men tip at 7:30.

Benoit and Sanders sign National Letters of Intent

Chase Sanders has decided to continue his playing career at Tusculum University. After considering offers from several schools, Sanders chose DII Tusculum University because of their great facilities, the connection with the coaching staff and the ability to play at the DII level. Sanders was a clear cut leader for the Owls in his senior

National Signing Day for OHS Football

Two Owls, Christian Benoit and Chase Sanders are set to sign National Letters of Intent today at 10:00 am in the Little Theater. More Owls are expected to sign in the next few days after taking some last minute visits.