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Fan Bus Set to Sauk Rapids

Interested in heading to Sauk Rapids but don’t have ride? We’ve got you covered! A fan bus is set and you can ride! Details:  Cost $5 – Does NOT include game ticket admission Pick up your bus ticket in the Activities Office by 8:00 AM tomorrow (Tuesday) morning Bus will leave OSH at 4:45 PM

Orioles Ready For Storm

The Orioles begin their playoff journey Tuesday, October 24 as they travel to Sauk Rapids to face the Storm. After playing a grueling regular season which saw wins over White Bear Lake, Blaine and Anoka, and losses to top 10 schools in class 6A, the Orioles have their sights set on a successful playoff run.

Watch LIVE! Osseo vs. Centennial

It’s gameday and your Osseo Orioles (2-2) host Centennial (3-1) in a Friday afternoon affair! Click Here to watch LIVE beginning at 4:50PM

Orioles Start Fast, Fall to Champlin Park

The Orioles started fast, but couldn’t hold off a late charge by the Champlin Park Rebels on Friday, Sept. 22, losing 17-16. The Rebels took the lead 7-0 on quarterback Joey Fauld’s 38-yard touchdown run. Osseo would answer on their next drive as Gregg Arrell would find Maurice Nelson for a touchdown from 15-yards out.

Orioles Run Through Bengals in Homecoming Win

Osseo junior Reggie Dupree ran for 208 yards and scored both touchdowns in the Orioles 14-7 Homecoming victory over Blaine. The defense continued to play lights out, holding the Bengals offense to just a single touchdown and the vaunted Bengals passing attack to just 113 yards and in the process keeping senior Byron Bynum to just

GAMEDAY: Osseo vs. Blaine – WATCH LIVE!

It’s Homecoming and the Orioles (1-1) host Blaine (1-1). If you can’t make it to the game Otv has you covered! Click here to watch the game starting at 7PM! 

Stockhaus, Osseo Ready for Second Year Success (MG Voice)

When Ryan Stockhaus was named as the head football coach at Osseo on April 15, 2016, he took over a program fresh off winning a state championship. He also took over a program just 138 days before his team would take the field against rival Maple Grove. It didn’t leave a lot of time to get to know his