Saturday, September 29, 2012
On homecoming Friday night, Oak Creek rolls over Kenosha Tremper to continue its undefeated season.
The Oak Creek Knights continued their dominating 2012 campaign Friday, rolling over Kenosha Tremper 40-7 on homecoming night. Virgil Hammond scored on touchdown run from more than 90 yards out to open the scoring, and the Knights never looked back. Hammond — the homecoming king — ended up with 219 rushing yards and four touchdowns. The Knights, ranked No. 4 by the Journal Sentinel, are now 6-0 on the season.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Students filled the Oak Creek High School gymnasium Friday afternoon for a homecoming pep rally.
Oak Creek High School's homecoming week 2012 reached its final stages beginning with a pep rally Friday afternoon. Students competed in wheelbarrow races, watched cheerleading performances and even saw their teachers get into the act with a "Call Me Maybe" dance. They also looked on as Virgil Hammond and Samantha Erdman were crowned homecoming king and queen. Homecoming week concludes with the Oak Creek Knights' game against Kenosha Tremper later in the evening and the dance Saturday night.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The parade and powder puff game highlighted Wednesday of homecoming week at Oak Creek High School.
Oak Creek homecoming 2012 continued Wednesday night with a parade on the streets around the high school grounds. High school students and parents then gathered at the football field for the annual powder puff game, pitting junior and senior girls against each other in flag football. The week will be capped off with a football game Friday night against Kenosha Tremper and the homecoming dance on Saturday night.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The parade is coming up at 6 p.m. Wednesday, followed by a pep rally and football game on Friday.
Homecoming week at Oak Creek High School is in full swing. Festivities kick into high gear with a parade at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Floats from many OCHS clubs, teams and organizations will travel around the grounds of the high school, 340 E. Puetz Road. The parade starts at Edgewood Elementary School, goes north to Groveland Drive, then west on Groveland to Knights Way before proceeding south on Knights Way and finishing in the high school parking lot. Immediately following the parade is the annual powder-puff game, which will see junior and senior girls do battle in flag football. A pep rally will be held inside the gymnasium at 2 p.m. Friday before the week comes to its conclusion with the football game at 7 p.m. Friday and the dance from 7 …
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Knights lose a high-scoring game to Kenosha Bradford.
Kenosha Bradford clearly didn't get the memo about Friday being Oak Creek's homecoming. Oak Creek and Bradford were knotted at 21 at halftime before the undefeated Red Devils scored 34 second-half points to come away with a 55-35 victory, spoiling the Knights' homecoming. Oak Creek, which dropped to 2-2 in conference and 3-3 overall, will look to rebound at Kenosha Tremper on Friday.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Oak Creek's new Knight mascot part of homecoming festivities.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Parade, powder puff game held Wednesday.
The parade and powder puff game were held Wednesday night as homecoming week at Oak Creek High School is in full swing. The week continues with the football game Friday night against Kenosha Bradford and the homecoming dance on Saturday night.