The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles dropped a road game at CAYA on Monday night, but bounced back in a big 24 hours later as they scored a blowout win at Calvary Christian.
CAYA girls 39, OCA 19
Madi Phillips, Mary Ownby and Lily Green had four points each in the loss. Grayson Broadrick and Annika Green had three points each, while Lexie Asher had one point.
"We really played well, but our lack of height kept us away from the basket and we weren’t hitting outside shots," head coach Kraig Givens lamented. "Our defense was really good, but we just couldn’t handle their three posts that were bigger than any of ours."
OCA girls 63, Calvary 7
Asher had 10 points, eight rebounds and six steals as the Lady Eagles (11-4) cruised to the easy win. Raleigh Suits had a team-high 11 points, while Callie Ray, Anslee Tucker and Broadrick each picked up eight.
Lily Green had seven points and seven boards. Phillips dropped in five, while Ownby, Ashley Keith and Annika Green had two apiece.
OCA boys 63, Calvary 57
In the nightcap, the Eagles led wire-to-wire as Woody Hass poured in 20 points in the victory. Phillip Davis and John Jacob McSpadden both had double-doubles. Davis went for 12 points and 15 rebounds, while McSpadden had 10 points, 10 rebounds and added six assists.
Also contributing in the victory was Tyler Epperson with nine points and eight rebounds, Garrison Baggett with six points and four boards, D.J. Terry with four points and Trevor Hobbs with two points.
Oakwood improved to 3-11 overall and 1-3 in conference play.