Swimming ends strong

The Middle School swim team had three meets this year, with an additional meet that was canceled. Their record was 3-0 for the girls and 0-3 for the boys since there was only one boy on the team. The team swam against teams that were larger in numbers and who had their own pools, which […]

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Olympic Sports have fun season

Since KO ended its middle school hockey program, Olympic Sports has replaced it. “Olympic Sports was created as a middle school winter sports selection for students that did not choose basketball, swimming, or squash,” said founder of Olympic Sports Ryan Radmanovich. Coach Radmanovich wanted to introduce students to a sport they had never tried before. […]

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Intrasquash improves

Despite the fact that fewer than half of the intramural squash team had experience in squash, the team was able to greatly improve their skills. “We had several kids who had never played squash before, and some really made a lot of improvement,” said Assistant Coach Samantha Cassidy,“mostly in their serving, because serving is a […]

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Intramural basketball takes it to the hoop

Although many members of middle school intramural basketball were new to the sport this season, the team still managed to come together and improve immensely over the course of the season. While there were no official games, Coach Joshua Garrison worked to help all players develop their skills and have a good time. With so […]

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For Coach Miles, 2019 season goes swimmingly

Form 2 Dean and science teacher Clayton Miles is the passionate, dedicated, and competent swim coach who has been coaching at Kingswood Oxford for thirty years. He has coached both middle school and varsity swim teams over his coaching career at KO. He even coaches middle school boys lacrosse, though he describes himself as a […]

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Feged shines

When the KO middle school boys A squash team finished the year with a winning record of 5-3, Assistant Coach Samantha Cassidy was asked to decide who the player of the moment would be. Coach Cassidy chose eighth-grader Ignacio Feged because of his role as a really positive and supportive leader of the team this […]

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