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Oconomowoc High School Athletic Department
641 E Forest St.
Oconomowoc, WI  53066
Phone:  262-560-3111
Fax:      262-560-3120

Athletic Director:  Kevin Flegner

Athletic Director's Assistant:  Beth Loppnow   

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 Athletic News 



OCONOMOWOC, WI – July 24, 2017.  The Oconomowoc Area School District announces today that Jay Benish has been named the new Head Boys Basketball coach at Oconomowoc High School.  Benish, who replaces Kurt Melton in that role, will be joining Silver Lake Intermediate School as a science teacher.


Coach Benish comes to Oconomowoc after serving the last ten years as head basketball coach at Jefferson High School.  Prior to his time in Jefferson, Benish served as an assistant basketball coach at Viterbo University from 2003-2007.  In addition to his teaching degree from Viterbo University, where he also was a basketball standout, he holds a Master’s degree in Sports Administration from UW-Lacrosse.


“After a long and extensive search, I am extremely pleased to be welcoming Coach Benish to Oconomowoc,” stated OHS Athletic Director Kevin Flegner.  “I know for everyone involved it has been a long process, but it was important to bring in a coach who checked all of the boxes that we had laid out from day one.  Jay is a tireless worker whose teams are very disciplined, tough, and fundamentally sound.”


Flegner went on to add that, “Jay brings a wealth of experience as both a former player and a head coach.  He comes from a basketball family, where he played high school basketball for his father who won over 200 games during his career at Wonewoc Center.  Jay also was an assistant football coach at Jefferson, believes strongly in the multi-sport athlete, and he is very excited about our Oconomowoc Power summer program and being a part of that as well.”


A meet and greet for parents and players is being planned for August.  More details on that event will follow.



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>Download the 2017 Homecoming packet.


Plans for the 2017 Homecoming Parade are underway and this year's theme is "Shoot for the Stars".  The date for the Homecoming Parade and game this year is Friday, September 29.  The parade is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m., with football game kick off at 7 p.m. at the OHS athletic fields.

Oconomowoc High School would like to invite you to participate in this year's parade.  Please review the attached packet for more information.


We need 25 staff volunteers to help monitor streets/intersections during the Homecoming parade.  Please contact Beth Loppnow if interested. 


Buy a FAST PASS Ticket Online for all Football Games

Get a FAST PASS to the game and skip the lines at the ticket booth! The district anticipates a large attendance at the Homecoming game. Using FAST PASS will help alleviate long ticket lines. 

>>To purchase tickets online visit:  COMING SOON!

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OCONOMOWOC, WI – May 9, 2017.  The Oconomowoc Area School District announced today that Greg Malling has accepted the District’s offer to become the next head football coach at Oconomowoc High School.  Malling will be joining the faculty as an English teacher.

Coach Malling brings incredible depth and experience to his new role as OHS transitions next year to the Classic Eight conference.  His head coaching experience has included stops at Wootton High School in Maryland, Arrowhead High School, and most recently Coon Rapids High School in Minnesota.

Athletic Director Kevin Flegner stated, “I am very excited that Greg Malling has accepted the opportunity to be our next head football coach here at OHS.  Greg’s knowledge of the Classic Eight and the style of play that we will face night in and night out in that league will help us immediately in our transition.  His incredible work ethic, student-centered approach and his background in leadership and weight training will fit right into the great work that has already been established here.”

Flegner went on to state, “In following with the blueprint for success that our OASD administrative team has set, we will continue to seek out and hire the best available coaches regardless of what school they come from.”

An opportunity for players, parents, and boosters to meet Coach Malling is being organized.



 Photo:  Greg Malling

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