Oakwood Christian High School sports
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles got their third season of high school fastpitch softball off to a good start with a 16-0 victory over Howard of Chattanooga in a game played at the East Lake Recreation field on Monday.
For the second straight season, the Oakwood Christian Eagles put themselves in position to play for a Southern Christian Athletic Association championship.
After a narrow win and a close loss in their two previous meetings with Mountain View Christian Academy in the regular season, the third and decisive game of the series took place at the Rossville Athletic Center on Tuesday night with the Oakwood Christian Eagles claiming the rubber match, 5…
The Oakwood Christian Eagles advanced to the second round of the Southern Christian Athletic Association tournament after a 62-35 victory over Shenandoah Baptist on Monday night.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles got back in the win column to end the regular season after a dominant 63-35 win Thursday night at Rhea County Academy.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles fell behind early and put on a tremendous comeback effort, but ultimately fell short in a 92-81 home loss to Cleveland Christian in a hard-fought game on Tuesday night.
The Oakwood Christian Middle School girls capped a 12-2 season by winning the ISC championship on Monday night, defeating St. Jude, 36-21, in Chattanooga.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles captured the GAPPS Division I-A Region 1 championship on Friday with a 50-34 win over Unity Christian School of Rome in the region tournament finals at Praise Academy in Powder Springs.
The No. 1-seeded Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles survived a very tough test from No. 3 Lyndon Academy and advanced to the GAPPS Division I-A Region 1 championship game on Friday with a 43-42 victory at Praise Academy in Powder Springs on Thursday afternoon.
An Oakwood Christian squad, depleted by injuries and illnesses, dropped to 8-15 overall with a 64-43 loss at Georgia Cumberland Academy in Calhoun on Tuesday night.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles put on a furious fourth-quarter comeback Thursday night, but could not complete it as they dropped a 62-56 decision to visiting Mountain View Christian in a fiercely-contested battle in Chickamauga.