2018-19 Oak Hill Academy Red Team
Note: Please see below for the most up-to-date schedule.
2018-19 OHA Red Team Schedule
DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME
2 Fri Bristol Prep Acad. (TN) HOME 5:00
6 Tues Gr. Beckley Christ. (WV) AWAY 7:00
9 Fri Washington Acad. (NC) HOME 5:00
10 Sat Woodrow Wilson HS (WV) AWAY 4:00
28 Wed Marion HS (VA)(Scrim.) AWAY 6:30
30 Fri Gr. Beckley Christ. WV) HOME 7:00
1 Sat Phenom Hoops Battle at the Rock
vs. Byrnes HS (SC) @Ft. Mill, SC 11:30 am
4 Tues Victory Christian (NC) HOME 7:00
5 Wed George Wythe HS (VA) AWAY 7:30
7 Fri Union HS (VA) AWAY 7:00
8 Sat Eastside HS (VA) AWAY 1:15
14 Fri Roanoke Catholic (VA) AWAY 6:30
15 Sat Mt. Zion Acad. (NC) AWAY 5:00
10 Thur Graham HS (VA) AWAY 7:30
11 Fri Roanoke Catholic (VA) HOME 6:30
12 Sat Bristol Prep Acad. (TN) AWAY 3:00
16 Wed Combine Acad. (NC) HOME 6:00
18 Fri New Faith Christ. (GA) AWAY 7:00
19 Sat Griffin Christian (GA) AWAY 6:00
21 Mon Victory Christ. Ctr. (NC) AWAY 3:30
22 Tue Union HS (VA) HOME 7:00
25 Fri Comenius School (SC) AWAY 6:00
26 Sat Elevation Prep (NC) HOME 3:00
28 Mon King Univ. JV (TN) AWAY 8:00
2 Sat Elevation Prep (NC) AWAY 3:00
5 Tue Combine Acad. (NC) HOME 5:00
7 Thur King Univ. JV (TN) HOME 7:00
13 Wed Mtn. Mission **CANCELED**
16 Sat TPLS Christ.**CANCELED**HOME 3:00
20-22 Wed-Fri NACA TOURNAMENT AWAY TBA
Coach – Steve Hebold
Asst. Coach – Mike Burns
Note: Schedule subject to change.
The Red and White Team basketball games schedule for tonight, February 13, 2019, have been CANCELED.
The game time for the Red Team for Saturday, February16, 2019, has been changed to 3:00.
by Tobi Salami ’20, 21st Century Journalism class
The Oak Hill Academy Red Team took on the Union High Bears from Big Stone Gap, Virginia, in a home game on January 22nd, 2019. The contest started off slowly for the Red Team, but they made a run during the second quarter to narrow the score and end the half down by only two, 29-27 in favor of the Bears. After halftime, the team began to make defensive stops and went on an offensive run with Noah Allen ‘19 and Brandon Dornevil ‘19 leading the charge. The Red Team pushed through and emerged with the lead in the third quarter, 49-38. The fourth quarter included a 1-2-2 press that caused many forced turnovers and allowed the Red Team to make numerous baskets. The highlight of the night, and a play that sealed the game, was Dornevil’s steal and drive for an ‘And-1’ basket. The top scorers of the game were Dornevil with 21 points, Allen with 18 points and Delaney Heard ’20 with 11 points. Following the game, Coach Michael Burns commented, “Our guys struggled early in the game and trailed at the half. But the guys came out as a team in the second half, stuck to our plan, and got the win.”
Tonight’s home games with Roanoke Catholic will be played at 5:00 (White Team) and 6:30 (Red Team). Thank you.
By: Tyler Levine ’20, 21st Century Journalism Class.
The Oak Hill Academy Red Team faced off against Bristol Prep of Tennessee on November 2, 2018. A fan, Eddie Milo ’20 exclaimed, “The game was a nail-biter, but I am glad that I got to watch this exciting win!” The game started off with little offense but great defense on both sides of the court. The score at the end of the first quarter was 7-10 with Bristol Prep ahead. In the second quarter, the Red Team created more offense with Noah Allen leading the charge, scoring 10 points and setting up his teammates with nice assists. The score at the end of the second quarter was 25-18 with the Warriors in the lead. The Red Team continued to run up the score in the third quarter, this time with Owen Chen scoring 12 points and grabbing multiple rebounds. At the end of the third quarter, it was 49-39 in favor of OHA. During the fourth quarter, Bristol Prep made a comeback, tying the game up. However, the Red Team maintained its composure and made critical free throws. Delaney Heard commented, “The game was very close, but I think that our ability to stay calm and play our game allowed us to come out on top.” The final score of the game was 61-60 with the Red Team capturing the win. Coach Burns, assistant coach stated, “The boys won that game tonight through pure determination.” The leading scorer for the Red Team was Noah Allen, with 20 points. Allen also had the highest number of assists with 8. Delaney Heard pulled in the most rebounds at 6.