Congrats to the OHS guys' track team members that competed at the state meet this past Friday and apologies for this not being posted earlier. Even though the performances fell short of some of their own expectations, the experiences will prove to be valuable down the road for the young crew of athletes that competed at Charleston on the big blue track at Eastern Illinois University. Spartan competitors included Nolen Yeary finishing 26th in the shot put(46'9.5"); Chase Ragar finishing thirty seventh in the triple jump (39'9"), Cohen Alexander finishing 28th in the 400(53.28); Kaden Wilcox, Kaleb Jacobs, Cooper Phillips, and Tyler Gellner finishing 37th in the 4x400 relay(3:47.21); and Keagan Uphoff finishing 11th in the 110 hurdles(missing finals by 0.15 seconds), and qualifying for finals in the high jump and 300 hurdles. Great job guys on an incredible season and the Olympia community is very proud of you!
about 22 hours ago, David Stine
Great job Keagan Uphoff, for earning a 4th place medal in the 300 hurdles at the IHSA Class 2A state track meet today at Charleston! He also placed 10th in the high jump. What a fantastic high school track career!
2 days ago, David Stine
Lady Spartans softball season comes to an end today falling to Auburn 4-3 in 9 innings in the Williamsville sectional championship game. The Lady Spartans finish with a 29-2-1 season record. Thank you to all our seniors; Danika Frazier, Jordyn Turner, Kat Springer, Libby Shaffer, Shelby Finchum, Emma Books, Keaton Wille, Sarah Cross, Rylee Robb for your dedication and leadership this season!
2 days ago, Darrel Dubree
The softball sectional championship game scheduled for today at Williamsville has been postponed to 11:00am tomorrow
3 days ago, MIKE CASTLEMAN
Olympia Spartans Softball will play fellow Sangamo Conference member, Auburn High School at Williamsville High School on Friday May 24th in the Sectional Championship game at 4:00pm. Remember to get your digital ticket in advance.
4 days ago, MIKE CASTLEMAN
Survive and advance. Down 4-6 with two outs in the top of the 7th inning, Lady Spartans softball with an unforgettable 5-run rally to defeat Quincy Notre Dame 9-6 in the Williamsville sectional semi-final. Kat Springer started the 7th inning rally with an infield single. Danika Frazier followed with a deep single to right field to score Springer. Shelby Finchum was intentionally walked and Lydia Rutledge with the at-bat of the season fouled off six pitches before stroking a two-run triple to left field to give the Spartans a 7-6 lead. Gabby Frye was next with an RBI single and scored on an RBI triple by Sarah Cross. Frazier finished with 2 hits and 3 RBIs, including a 2-run home run in the 1st. Frye also finished with 2 hits and 3 RBIs, including a big 2-RBI single in the 6th. Springer and Rutledge with 2 hits and 2 runs scored. Frazier with her 24th win without a loss on the circle, striking out six. The Lady Spartans will play Auburn for the sectional championship on Friday at 4:30 at Williamsville.
5 days ago, Darrel Dubree
Congratulations to Jorgi Dupureur on signing her letter of intent to play volleyball next year at Greenville University.
5 days ago, MIKE CASTLEMAN
Congrats to Keagan Uphoff for signing with IL Wesleyan Univ to compete in track and field! He is a 4-year varsity letter winner in track at OHS and has qualified in 4 events for this weekend's IHSA 2A state meet. Best of luck Keagan, at state and in your future with Wesleyan!
6 days ago, David Stine
Olympia South Elementary bus riders surprised LaDonna, Mike, and Wayne with a retirement send off. We would like to thank each of you for your years of service, and wish you the best in your retirement!
7 days ago, Lisa Steve
The softball sectional at Williamsville will be using GoFan digital ticketing. Please purchase your digital ticket in advance for Wednesday's semi final sectional game vs. Quincy Notre Dame at Williamsville High School.
7 days ago, MIKE CASTLEMAN
Runners and those thinking about running, it's time to start gearing up for the 24/25 HS cross country season. Monthly training plans will go out June 1 so please contact coach Randi @ to get more info and be added to the team remind.
7 days ago, Randi Krehbiel
hs xc camp
We had one athlete competing on day 2 of the IESA State Track & Field Final, and as a result, we had ANOTHER Oly athlete earning a spot on the podium in East Peoria! Standout athlete Mili Rebbe, shaved 5 seconds off her PR from Sectionals and peaked at just the perfect time to earn 7th in the 800m with a time of 2:29.51! With that, the 7th grade girls placed 12th as a team, which is an incredible accomplishment considering that we only had two girls competing in the division. That's a wrap for the season, and what a season it was!! The future is bright for these kiddos and Oly Track and Field! #SpartanPride
9 days ago, Alex Castillo
It was a bitter sweet end to the 23/24 track season at IHSA State meet in Charleston yesterday. Even though no one made it out of prelims these girls have had a heck of a season and should be proud of themselves. It was amazing they made it and got to experience State. For those that are back next year I hope it keeps them wanting more and to return to Charleston next year. To the seniors, I wish you all the best as you keep moving towards your new goals!
9 days ago, Randi Krehbiel
Kyra throwing
Hannah throwing
at Oly
4x4 crew
4x8 crew
The 8th grade class worked hard during their stewardship day on Friday to help prepare the school grounds for high school graduation. They also created a flower bed by the middle school featuring art work from our middle school art classes. What a great example of #SpartanStrong!
9 days ago, Jake Steve
garden 3
We may have been few in numbers, but Olympia was well represented on the podium in East Peoria on Day 1 of the IESA State Track and Field Finals. Starting the day, Lucy Prestegaard threw a post season best 9.61m in the shot put, finishing 2nd! Our distance runners came out strong, starting with Mili Rebbe beating her season PR in the 1600m by more than 12 seconds, finishing 5th in a strong 7th grade field with a time of 5:23.58. Shortly after, Mira Kistner finished her middle school track career on an incredibly high note, beating her season PR in the 1600m by more than 15 seconds, finishing 4th with a time of 5:33.25. Ty Gale finished 14th in the 7th grade 1600 meter run, with a time 5:18.55, just a couple seconds off his career best mark that he earned last weekend. Returning to state for a second year in a row, Annaston Piro placed 10th in the 8th grade long jump with a distance of 14'9.75". And last, but not least, let's make some noise for our 2024 State Championship and State Record Holder in the 100 meter Wheelchair Division, Rae Lemons, finishing with a time of 26.99.
10 days ago, Alex Castillo
Parade of Champions
Breakfast of Champions
Sending us off in style
Lady Spartans Softball are the 2A regional champions defeating Williamsville 7-2 at Olympia! Danika Frazier with a 2 -run home run in the bottom of the first inning scoring Jordyn Turner to put the Spartans up 2-1. Kat Springer with an RBI single in the second inning scoring Gabby Frye. In the 5th inning, Libby Shaffer drew a bases loaded walk scoring Shelby Finchum for an RBI and Emma Books followed with a big 2-RBI base hit to put the Spartans up 6-1. Gabby Frye finished the scoring for Olympia in the 6th inning with an RBI single scoring Kat Springer. Frazier allowed 2 runs with 8 strikeouts to improve her record to 23-0. The Spartans improve to 28-1-1 and will play on Wednesday in the Williamsville Sectional.
10 days ago, Darrel Dubree
When: Monday, May 20th* Where: Library Summer School: All students starting summer school in June will return their devices and chargers as normal. These students will have a new device issued to them for summer school work. Fees: Will be determined and assessed based on the details found in our “Olympia Student Device Information” document. This document contains details on the possible fees that could accompany the collection. * If you have a unique scenario that will not allow for collection on the 20th, please see Mrs. Watkins in the library to work out a solution.
10 days ago, EdTech@Oly
OHS Chromebook Collection
There will be a high school boys basketball parent meeting on Tuesday May 21st in the middle school gym at 6:30pm.
11 days ago, MIKE CASTLEMAN
There must have been something special in the air at Pontiac tonight to explain the incredible performance of the OHS boys' track team at the class 2A Sectional meet. Surpassing all expectations, a nearly flawless execution of skills and efforts resulted in 22 personal bests, one school record, 2 Sectional Champions, and state qualification in 7 events! A season-best performance came from Logan Demling(2:11.9)in the 4x800 relay, who combined with Cooper Phillips, Caden Clark (all-time best 2:07.4), and Jacob Lawless(all-time best 2:11.9) for a season-best time of 8:47.24. Other all-time bests included: Evan Petri in the 3200 m run(11:27.11), C.J. Moore in the 800 m run(2:09.24), Jacob Lawless (4:55.23) and Caden Clark (4:58.96) in the 1600 m run, Corbin Rios in the 200(24.92), Koby Stroud in the discus(122'9"), Cohen Maness in the shot put(39'6.5") and T.J. Gellner in the triple jump. State qualifying marks and all-time bests came from Nolen Yeary in the shot put(3rd place at 49'3"), Chase Ragar in the triple jump(Sectional Champ at 42'4.25"....almost a 2-foot best and only 3/4" from the school record!), Cohen Alexander in the 400(3rd place at 51.41), Keagan Uphoff in the 110 hurdles(2nd place at 15.03) and the high jump (a season best of 6'1"), and the 300 hurdles (Section Champ and shattering his 4-day old school record with a breath-taking 38.46 that currently leads class 2A), and capping off the night was Kaden Wilcox(55.0), Cohen Alexander(51.3), Kaleb Jacobs (54.2), and Keagan Uphoff(50.2) to qualify for state in the 4x400 relay with a season-best time by almost 5 seconds!!! Congrats to all and good luck next Friday at Charleston! Great season Spartans, and it's not over yet! Stay tuned for more action-packed news!
12 days ago, David Stine
Spartans Softball opened post-season play with a 10-0 six inning regional semi-final win over PORTA. Danika Frazier with her second no-hitter of the season, both coming against PORTA. Frazier also with two home runs (3-run HR in the 2nd and a solo HR in the 6th) and 4 RBIs. Shelby Finchum went 4-4 with a double and 2 RBIs. Jordyn Turner with 3 hits, 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored. Kat Springer with 3 hits and 3 runs scored. Gabby Frye with 2 hits and a run scored. Lydia Rutledge picked up an RBI. Libby Shaffer with the walk-off RBI base hit in the bottom of the 6th. Frazier finished the game with 13 strikeouts.
12 days ago, Darrel Dubree