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OA is seeking Head Track Coach

Oldenburg Academy is accepting applications for its Head Coach of Boys & Girls Track Program.  The program has a great success history, & has a strong group of student-athletes committed to excellence!  The “ideal” coaching candidate should have varsity level coaching experience and possess the ability to positively motivate/direct our student-athletes.     Interested candidates

Results from Swim Meet at Switzerland County

Close meet with Oldenburg winning Girls 79/54  and boys winning 62/24 Highlights Great 200 IM relays from the boys and girls. Elizabeth Mullen and Nate Geis both beating their PB in 200 Free. Emma Beckman taking the block first time at a meet and doing great! Lydia Gigrich and Jack Lin getting a PB in

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (12-11-17)

“Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Popular television star Chip Gaines from the show Fixer Upper was quoted in People Magazine as saying, “I’d rather be missed than the idea of someone tiring of me.” This has been his philosophy in life. This quote might be a good way for a student-athlete to have a

Boys Basketball Beats South Decatur

OA now 1-0 OA currently ranked #9 in 1A state poll. The win was the 10th straight home victory for the Twisters. Oldenburg 63 South Decatur 46 OA     23   16  11  13- 63 SD      3    17  13  13- 46 OA stats: Owen Sporleder 24 points, 6-6 free throws, 2-3 3-pt. shots, 3 steals

Boys Soccer Awards

OA Soccer record was 13-4-1   2017 OA Boys Soccer Top Team Player—- Nathan Folop Varsity Twister——-Drew Kersey JV Twister————-Noah Schmahl Varsity Defensive MVP—Adam Huber Varsity Midfield MVP—–Matthew Hoog Varsity Offensive MVP—Stuart Lamping Most Improved Varsity—Ben Abrams Most Improved JV———Edgar Dole Rookie of the year———Christopher Hautman Academic All-State Players Adam Mullen 3.993 Samuel Johnson  3.990

Girls Soccer Awards

The Oldenburg Academy Ladies Soccer team gathered Sunday, November 5th to celebrate a winning soccer season. OA finished the season with a 12-6- 2 record and came away with Sectional Championship in division 3A. Coach Todd Reed toasted each of the players before handing out the end of season awards. Parents, coaches and players then

Jersey Sale!

Are you looking for a unique gift for an OA alum?  We may have the gift for you!  After cleaning out the athletic closet, we have a number of old jerseys that may have your athletes high school number on it. If you are interested in purchasing a personal jersey or looking for a unique

Wrestling Kicks off Their Season

OA went to a very talented wrestling team from Indiana School For The Deaf.  We had one varsity win from Dominic McFee.  Dominic faced a very strong senior that was beating him in points after the first round.  Dominic was able to pin his opponent in the second period.  It was a great learning experience for the