NEW TEAM STORE!
The Philipsburg-Osceola Athletic Department has teamed with Squad Locker to open a brand new team store. The store will be open year round and is stocked with P-O apparel for every season. The store includes shirts, performance gear, polos, shorts, sweatpants, hats, accessories, bags, and much more. All proceeds will benefit athletic facility improvements. Items will be shipped directly to your house after checkout. You may click the logos below to enter the store or find the link on the left navigation bar.
Spring Sports Week in Review
The Mountaineer Baseball team won two of their three games last week to improve to 10-2 on the season. The Softball team beat Central Mountain, but fell to Bellefonte and defending state champion Hempfield Area. The Centre Daily Times recaps the week of sports and highlights individual efforts in the link below.
Week in Review
PO 13 - Huntingdon 0
On Tuesday, The Lady Mountie Softball team traveled to Huntingdon and won 13-0. Kam Harris and Kylie Adams combined to no-hit the home team over 6 innings. The Lady Mounties pounded out 16 hits in the win. During the game, Harris was 3 for 3 with two home runs and four RBIs. Her three hits entered her in to the program's elite 100-hit club. She also passed alum Maggie Peck as the career leader in home runs during the contest.
2018-2019 Boy's Basketball Progressland All-Stars
Congratulations to our Mountaineer Boy's Basketball Progressland All-Stars for the 2018-2019 season. Ryan Whitehead earned a first team selection and teammate Carson Jones was selected for the second team honor. The full team and highlights are found in the link below.
Philipsburg-Osceola alum Jon Condo was the guest speaker at this year's National Football Foundation's banquet. Condo spoke to over 50 football player's including 5 from Centre County. Bubba Slogosky was in attendance from P-O. Slogosky was among a group of players nominated for this year's scholarship.
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Pictured below is P-O senior Bubba Slogosky being honored by guest speaker Jon Condo and NFF board member Jim Schnell.
Halle Herrington: 2000 Career Points
On January 14, 2019, Halle Herrington scored her 2,000th career points in an overtime loss to St. Joseph's. A three pointer to open the 3rd quarter put her in to elite company. Halle joins only two other Centre County girl's basketball players in the 2000 point club, and just one player in the Progressland area. Click the local media links below for complete coverage of Halle's special night.
<The Centre Daily Times> <The Progress News> <WTAJ> <WTAJ Web Extra>