Five inducted into Hall of Fame

Five Oxford High School graduates known for their athletic prowess were inducted into the Wildcats’ Hall of Fame Friday evening prior to the football game. The inductees were: Larry Spencer – Class of 1955 Spencer played and excelled on the football, basketball, baseball and track teams for the Wildcats. In four years, Spencer earned 15 […]

Adams hands Cats second loss of season

By Cody Wright — Football Correspondent Rochester Adams rolled into town Friday night and handed Oxford’s varsity football team its second loss of the season in a 17-8 game. The game was scoreless until the second quarter. With the Cats starting on Adams’ 38-yard line, a strong offensive run by Trent Myre, and a beautiful pass […]

Rochester sinks Wildcat swimmers

Hosting a dual meet in their home pool, Oxford’s  swimmers couldn’t clinch a win against Rochester, losing 105-81. Throughout the meet, the girls swam hard, broke school diving records and made a state cut, according to Head Coach Jackie Rank. In the 200 Medley Relay, Oxford’s A Relay team took first with a time of […]

Booters blanked against Blackhawks

Though the Wildcats put up a strong effort at  home on Sept. 20 against the visiting Brandon Blackhawks, Oxford dropped the match 2-0, unable to score any goals. Head  Coach John Thaler said the game was  full of close, competitive  play even though the Wildcats were unable to get any points on the board. Though […]

Three and out for spikers against Stoney Creek

In a week full of tough losses for Oxford Athletics, the Wildcat spikers dropped a match against Stoney Creek 3-0 with sets of 25-21, 25-14 and 25-18. Head Coach Brian Kim praised senior McKenzie Miller and senior Anna Ibarra, who “set the tone for the offense,” with their stellar serve receive and defense despite having […]

Tennis drops match to rival Lake Orion

Oxford tennis’ momentum slowed for a moment last week. The team, which has had the habit of stomping out the competition, fell in a tough match against the Dragons. On Wednesday, Sept. 19, Oxford lost to rival Lake Orion 5-3. Oxford’s doubles teams in particular took a rough hit, just winning one match. Doubles team […]

Oxford races in Old Skool Classic

Oxford’s cross country runners improved times and placement when competing in the Old Skool Classic on Saturday, Sept. 22. Oxford’s girls performed particularly well against the fellow OAA red division teams, making up the fastest schools in Oakland County. Freshman Alaine Cusick had Oxford’s best finish of the day, coming in third for the 5,000 […]

Wildcats pacify Warriors

By Cody Wright — Football Correspondent Southfield A&T’s Warriors were no match for the Wildcats Friday night as Oxford’s varsity football squad beat them 41-28. The Wildcats, coming off their first loss of the season the week before against West Bloomfield, showed no hesitation and kept playing the type of football they’ve been playing this season. […]

Tennis team on winning streak

Wildcat tennis has played the first half of its season with a habit of devouring the competition. During its last three games, the team beat its competitors by a wide margin. Head Coach Ryan Ruzziconi said earlier this season that he wants the team to make a name for itself, and it looks like he wasn’t […]

Spikers drop 3 sets to Dragons

Three hard-fought sets weren’t enough for Wildcat volleyball as they lost them all to rival Lake Orion on Sept. 13. After losing the first set 25-9, the Wildcats came back and put more points on the board. Despite Oxford’s efforts, the Dragons walked away with the win after beating the Wildcats 25-23 and 25-18. Senior […]