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Swimming Update: MISCA, Close Loss to East Kentwood, Conference Meet Looms

Swimmers Continue to Show Strong at the State Level The MISCA meet is the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association meet that is open to all high school swimmers in the state.  Unlike the state meet, this meet is open, so swimmers from all divisions compete head to head.  Even though the cut times are not

Competitive Cheer Advances

Congratulations to our competitive cheer team on advancing to the Regional meet next Saturday @ Holt. The girls placed third at the District meet. Great job girls and good luck at Regionals.

Miguel Correa-Regional Wrestling Champ

Congratulations to Miguel Correa on winning the 285 pound weight class at the MHSAA Regional meet. Miguel advances to the MHSAA finals March 1-3 at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Miguel has a 34-5 record and has won OK Red, District, and Regional titles this year. Keep up the great work Miguel!

District Lineup Looking Good for Boys Basketball

The West Ottawa Boys Varsity Basketball team will be looking to close out their season strong in order to head into a favorable district draw with some momentum. The Panthers have four games left, tonight they face Grandville, next week they face off with Rockford and Hudsonville then to wrap up the year they travel

W.O. Summer Softball Camp – June 18 – 21, 2012

West Ottawa Softball along with various other H.S. athletic programs has released our summer camp information.  The softball camp will take place Monday – Thursay, June 18 – 21st at the Varsity Softball Field. Age Groups/Times/Cost are: 1st – 3rd Grade from 10:00 – 11:00 am $30.00 for the week 4th – 6th Grade from

Miguel Correa

Junior Wrestler Miguel Correa won the 285 pound weight class at the MHSAA District Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. Miguel advances to the Regional Championships next weekend. Great job Miguel. Good luck!

Panthers Fall at Buzzer

With all the hype surrounding the third annual Pink Out at West Ottawa, a win for the Boys Varsity Basketball team would have made the night even more of a success. Their opponents for the evening were the Buccaneers of Grand Haven who had beaten the Panthers badly one month before in the teams’ first

NBA Resemblance At West Ottawa?

“It was like Elvis and the Beatles put together. Traveling with the Dream Team was like traveling with 12 rock stars. That’s all I can compare it to. They knew they were playing the best in the world. They’ll go home and for the rest of their lives be able to tell their kids, ‘I

Pink Out Preview: Boys Varsity Basketball

West Ottawa prepares to take on Grand Haven in an effort to raise money for cancer. Although the Pink Out festivities are very important, the boys varsity basketball game is not to be overlooked. Wopanthers.com took a look at some of the most popular questions coming into the game tonight:   Will the fact that

WO Summer Athletic Camp Information

West Ottawa summer camp information is available under the Programs and Camps tab. Registration forms are also available at all West Ottawa schools.