CEDAR RAPIDS—The Osmond Tigers went into Thursday, October 24’s game at Riverside looking to make one more effort to keep their playoff hopes alive. After a 60-16 loss, the Tigers ended their season. The game really . . .
Wolfpack gang-up on Tigers The Osmond Tigers suffered a difficult loss to the Elgin Public/Pope John Wolfpack 42-22 on Friday night in Osmond—Senior Night. The Tigers came into the game needing to play well to subdue the . . .
Tigers defeat Wildcats in blustery contest It wasn’t pretty, but the Osmond Tigers earned a 50-20 win over the Winside Wildcats on Friday, October 13 at Winside. The Tigers got off to a fast start as they recovered a fumble on . . .
The Osmond Tigers football team had a difficult night against the Plainview Pirates as they fell 52-6 at home on Friday, October 4. “Overall, we had a really good of practice, but we couldn’t quite translate it . . .
HUMPHREY—The Osmond Tigers football team was met with the rare opportunity of playing one of the elite teams in the area. They travelled to Humphrey to take on the St. Francis Flyers on Friday afternoon. . . .
WYNOT—The Osmond Tigers football team suffered a loss on the road to the Wynot Blue Devils. The Tigers we defeated 42-40 in overtime. Overall, the Tigers had a lead throughout basically the whole game until the Blue Devils were . . .
Tigers ready to begin new season The Osmond Tigers football team is ready to go for the 2019 season. Of course the Tigers lost two fantastic seniors to graduation last season in Nick Reikofski and Anthony . . .
Hard work before and during the 2017 football season paid off for five Osmond Tigers student-athletes who were slated as All-District D2-5 performers. Colton Beacom (Sr., B/OLB), Drew Krienert (Sr., E/DE), Anthony Heiman . . .