[Steven Buyansky - For Shaw Media]
After spending his freshman and sophomore years at Montini, Dennis transferred to Oswego East. Having attended middle school in Oswego, he saw some familiar faces on Tuesday, including Oswego’s Dylan Engler, Jake Kahoun and Marco Wilson.
“It was tough going into it, but I knew it was going to be a great atmosphere for a game,” Dennis said. “It was a fun game and there are bragging rights because we have friends on the other side, so it was really good to win this game.”
Based on how both teams have fared this season, the Wolves (10-5, 3-3) were the favorite to win but the Panthers (1-14, 0-6) took them down to the wire.