Oberlin Senior Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 7
  • Conference Record: N/A

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THANK YOU Seniors!!!!

On Friday, February 21st, the Administration of Oberlin School honored and recognized some outstanding STUDENT-ATHLETES for their hard work and dedication to the Oberlin Phoenix Basketball and Cheer programs. James Davis. James is the son of Marnina Williams & James Davis Sr. While at OHS, James participated in sports, fundraisers and study groups. He is

Oberlin host Berkshire in D3 Basketball Playoffs

The Boys Basketball team will host Berkshire tomorrow in the opening round of the D3 OHSAA Bedford Sectional/District.  All Adult/Senior Citizen tickets are $7, with Student tickets being $5. NO PASSES of any kind will be accepted for the game. This is an OHSAA Playoff Game and not an Oberlin regular season game.  Come on out

Kurt Russell- Named Coach of the Year

Congratulations to Kurt Russell for being named the Lorain County League (LC8) and the Lorain County Division 3 Coach of the Year for the 2019-20 Season. He has led the Phoenix to a 16-6 regular season record and a share of the LC8 Conference Championship. This was the first conference title since 2012.

Post Season Basketball Awards

The post season awards are starting to mount for the Boys and Girls Basketball programs. Congratulations to the following players for their honors thus far: Girls Basketball Victoria Jackson 2nd Team Lorain County Conference (LC8) 1st Team All Lorain County D3 Lorain County All Star Game participant Casey Amato Honorable Mention Lorain County Conference (LC8)

Lorain County League Conference Champs

On Friday night, the Boys Basketball team defeated Clearview 65-60 to clinch a share of the Lorain County League title for the first time since 2012. Congratulations to all the coaches, players, cheerleaders and fans who supported the team. OB finished the season with a record of 16-6, 10-4.

Oberlin still in the thick of tight Lorain County League race

By Tim Gebhardt at 329-7135 or timothygeb@msn.com OBERLIN — You simply cannot find a tighter league race heading into the last two weeks of the regular season than the one you’ll find in the Lorain County Conference. Of the eight teams in the LC8, five could either win or share the title. Oberlin (14-5, 8-4)