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Sam Bergamo is a picture of consistency on the bowling lanes for the Oak Lawn Community High School’s boys bowling team. Once again, he was one of the most consistent bowlers for the entire season with an average of 205 pins per game. He medaled in three tournaments and was named a 2023 South Suburban Conference Red All-Conference bowler.
Coaches always like to see their athletes grow during the season. Constant improvement is the goal. For first-year girls bowler Natalie Orozco, this has been the recipe for success at Oak Lawn Community High School—constant improvement.
Oak Lawn Community High School students Tae Smoczynski, Vanessa Cruz, Fay Galvan, Eli O’Grady, and Grace Tynski won Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Oak Lawn Community High School announced that the students listed below earned honor roll status for the first semester of the 2022-2023 school year. Students with a grade point average between 3.0 and 3.749 qualified for the Honor Roll and students with a grade point average between 3.75 and 5.0 qualified for the High Honor Roll.
In a quest to repeat as South Suburban Conference Red champions, the Oak Lawn Community High School boys basketball team counts on a strong leader. Senior guard Ayham Salah is that leader for the Spartans. He currently leads the team in scoring with 13.3 points per game. He leads in three-point-field goals made, and he leads younger players to success on and off the court.
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