The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles dropped an 18-1 road decision at Skipstone Academy in Griffin on Thursday.
Oakwood Christian High School sports
The Oakwood Christian Academy Eagles had a season-high in runs on Tuesday, but it wasn't enough to pick up their first victory of the year as they dropped a 19-7 decision to Johnson's Ferry in Chickamauga.
Down four runs going into the top of the sixth inning on Friday, the Oakwood Christian Academy Lady Eagles scored four runs in their next two at-bats to tie the game, only to see The King's Academy push home a run in the bottom of the seventh to claim a 10-9 victory.
The Oakwood Christian Academy Middle School varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams opened their seasons with road wins at Lookout Valley on Tuesday.
It was a tough end to a solid season for the Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles, who lost their opening game in the GAPPS Division I-AA state tournament on the road at Arlington Christian this past Wednesday, 63-38.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles will begin their quest for a GAPPS state championship this coming week, but they will have a long and tough road to navigate in order to make it to the finals.
With region tournaments set to begin in a week's time, and with a number of COVID-postponed games still to be played, this week will be an extremely busy one for high school basketball teams in Catoosa and Walker County.
The Gordon Lee Trojans and Lady Trojans began a very busy week with a sweep of visiting Oakwood Christian during Senior Night at Gordon Lee on Monday.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles put three players in double figures and celebrated Senior Night with a 62-40 win over visiting Lyndon Academy Friday night in Chickamauga.