The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles took down Rhea County Academy in straight sets Monday in Dayton, Tenn., but couldn’t solve the riddle of Mountain Area Christian Academy as the visitors from Blue Ridge beat the Navy-and-Gold in four sets Thursday night in Chickamauga.
Oakwood Christian High School sports
The Oakwood Christian Eagles have gone 3-1 in their latest four matches and will have a chance to play for the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Southern Christian Athletic Association tournament.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles were back in the friendly confines of Chickamauga on Thursday and took a best-of-three match against Berean Academy of Chattanooga before sweeping a best-of-five from Mountain View Christian.
Eight kills and five aces by Lexie Asher gave the Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles nine wins in their first 10 matches with a 25-17, 25-11 and 25-12 win at Cleveland Christian Academy on Tuesday.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles put last Thursday's loss behind them and began a new winning streak on Monday with a 25-23, 25-10, 25-19 win over Shenandoah Baptist Academy in Cleveland, Tenn.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles’ winning streak would come to an end on Thursday in heartbreaking fashion with a 25-17, 21-25, 22-25, 25-22, 15-6 loss to Mountain Area Christian Academy in Blue Ridge.
After a close loss in their soccer season-opener two weeks ago, the Oakwood Christian Eagles found their winning form this past week as they won matches on back-to-back nights to move to 2-1 overall.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles kept rolling on Thursday with a 25-18, 25-16, 25-23 victory over visiting Georgia Cumberland Academy from Calhoun.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles dropped their first set of the season on Tuesday, but responded by winning three straight and taking down Cherokee Christian School in Woodstock.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles added to their season-opening winning streak on Monday afternoon with a straight-sets victory over Tennessee Christian Prep in Chickamauga.
Despite a tremendous effort in their first outing of the season, the Oakwood Christian Academy Eagles fell to visiting Rhea County (Tenn.) Academy, 3-2, as they raised the curtain on the 2018 fall soccer season.
Dr. Daniel Ray is the headmaster at Chickamauga’s Oakwood Christian Academy, but he’s also been known to jump in and help out with coaching various sports from time to time.