Oakwood Christian High School sports
In a wild Tuesday night affair that featured a combined 31 runs, 18 hits and 26 walks, the Howard Hustlin' Tigers scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, including a walk-off RBI-single, to beat Oakwood Christian, 16-15, in Chattanooga.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles played host to a pair of Chattanooga teams over the weekend and finished with a split. The Navy-and-Gold lost to Tennessee small school power Lookout Valley on Friday before defeating Howard in a Saturday slugfest.
Maggie Heard struck out 11 batters in the circle and had a huge night at the plate as the Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles doubled up Notre Dame in a high school softball game in Chattanooga.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles led 2-0 after one inning on Tuesday and trailed 6-2 after the bottom of the fifth. However, the dam would break in the top of the sixth as the visiting Hawks from Tennessee Christian Prep erupted for 14 runs in the top of the inning before heading back home with …
The Oakwood Christian High School Lady Eagles scored six times in the first inning, 11 times in second and three more times in the fourth as they picked up a 20-8 victory over Howard Tuesday night in Chattanooga.
Will Allen (Heritage) The senior sharpshooter helped lead the Generals to the Region 6-AAAA championship game and later earned first team All-Region honors by scoring 15.8 points a night to go with 5.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists, while shooting 76 percent at the foul line.Garrison Baggett (Oak…
Rachel Akers (Ringgold) The junior post player and first-team All-Region pick helped the senior-less Lady Tigers to the No. 1 seed in the 6-AAA tournament after averaging 12 points, seven rebounds, two assists and two steals a game.Reagan Armour (Heritage) The Lady Generals won the 6-AAAA ti…
The Oakwood Christian High School Lady Eagles took the softball field for the first time in two weeks on Friday night, and led 7-4 going into the bottom of the sixth inning at Lookout Valley.
The Lookout Valley Yellow Jackets crossed the plate 10 times in the third inning as they handled the Oakwood Christian Eagles, 17-4, in a Friday afternoon game in Tiftonia.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles took on two different opponents at Rossville City Park on Saturday, but surrendered big innings in both games and dropped both ends of the doubleheader.