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2019-20 Oak Hill Academy Red Team 

2019-20 OHA Red Team Schedule


DATE           
  OPPONENT                            SITE     TIME
OCTOBER
17  Thu         2 Scrimmages                          AWAY      5:30
           vs. KACHEA @5:30; Providence Academy @6:30
                        at Johnson City, TN
25  Fri           Franklin Prep (NC)        HOME   5:15
26   Sat           Carroll Co. Scrimmage        AWAY      1:00
                       -played at Galax Rec. Center   

NOVEMBER
1    Fri            Bristol Prep (TN)           HOME    5:30
2    Sat           Aim High Acad (MI)    HOME     5:15

9    Sat           Mt. Zion Christ.(NC)   HOME     5:30
14   Thu          Carlisle School**CANCELED**
                              Hargrave Mil.(VA) Tip-Off Showcase – 2 games:
15  Fri             Hargrave Military (VA)       AWAY       4:30
16  Sat            Norfolk Christian (VA)        AWAY      11 am
21   Thu       Washington Acad (NC) HOME     5:30

DECEMBER
3   Tue         George Wythe HS (VA)          AWAY        7:30
4    Wed       Graham HS (VA)                    AWAY         7:15
6    Fri          Gate City HS (VA)                   AWAY        7:15
11  Wed      Combine Acad(NC)         HOME      5:15
13   Fri          Walsingham Acad (VA)        AWAY        7:00
14   Sat          Peninsula Catholic (VA)      AWAY        2:00

JANUARY
10   Fri        TPLS Christ.(VA)            HOME     7:00

11   Sat         Elevation Prep (NC)      HOME     3:00
13   Mon      Olympus Prep (NJ)       HOME      5:15

14   Tue          Roanoke Catholic (VA)       AWAY        7:00
22   Wed        Blue Ridge School (VA)      AWAY        7:00
25   Sat           Elevation Prep (NC)            AWAY        3:00
31   Fri          Bull City Prep (NC)        HOME     5:30

FEBRUARY
1    Sat             North Cross School (VA)    AWAY       4:00
8    Sat            Fuquay School (NC)            AWAY        2:00
5   Wed         Franklin Prep (NC)       HOME     5:30
11  Tue          Spire Academy (OH)  
 HOME      5:15
14   Fri          Mtn. Mission Sch.(VA)HOME     6:00
22   Sat         Washington Acad(NC) HOME     5:30

Coach – Steve Hebold
Asst. Coach – Mike Burns
Asst. Coach – Clif Conley

Managers
AJ Burrows
Tyler Levine
Justin Mauney

Note: Schedule subject to change.
Updated 11.13.19

 

            

 

2019-20 OHA Red Team Roster



NAME                               GRADE

Tre Chatman                        11

Thomas Reid                       12

Markus Malleschitz             11

Owen Chen                          10

Jack Zammit                        12

Anees Abdul-Raheem          12

Paul Molay                           11

Eren Ozcan                            9

Mike Hill                               12

Lucca Giganti                        10

Amar Diouf                            12

Susheel Vishwa                      12

Justin Banks                           11

Clement Kimani                     11

Francesco Brusadin                12

 

 

 

            

 

Visit Coach Hebold.  Check out videos of games by clicking on the OHA Events button below and going to the Red Team’s “On Demand” Playlist.

OHA Red Team Basketball assists Sheriff’s Office in Special Olympics fundraiser

The “Battle of the Badges” is a basketball tournament fundraiser for Carroll County (VA) Special Olympics. Held at Carroll Co. Middle School in Hillsville, Virginia, on March 30th, this year’s event included several members of the Oak Hill Academy Red Team. They were called upon by Grayson County Sheriff Richard Vaughan to help his department’s team.

OHA participants this year included Owen Chen, Markus Malleschitz, Susheel Vishwa, Lioul Woldemariam, Brandon Dornevil, Delaney Heard, Lotanna Anene and Coach Michael Burns.

See what they’re saying about OHA by Word of Mouth!

We are excited to present to you 2018-19’s third issue of the student newspaper, Word of Mouth.
This is a sports issue featuring our winter athletes.
We hope you enjoy these season overviews, and are having a restful Spring Break.
With warm ‘Spring-like’ regards,

Ms. Haas, Lauren O. ‘20, and Tobi S. ‘20
The Word of Mouth Staff

Oak Hill Academy Red Team marks a win over Union

by Tobi S. ’20, 21st Century Journalism class

Brandon Dornevil goes up strong in a game earlier this season.

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 A. ‘19 and Brandon D. ‘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 Brandon’s steal and drive for an ‘And-1’ basket. The top scorers of the game were Brandon with 21 points, Noah with 18 points and Delaney H. ’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.”

Red Team Home Opener Was a Tight Contest

By:  Tyler L. ’20, 21st Century Journalism Class.

Aaron Teal ’19 provides pressure on the ball

The Oak Hill Academy Red Team faced off against Bristol Prep of Tennessee on November 2, 2018. A fan, Eddie M. ’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 A. 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 C. 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 H. 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, with 20 points. He also had the highest number of assists with 8. Delaney pulled in the most rebounds at 6.

Red Team Season Recap 2017-2018

Oak Hill Red Team 3-Peats as NACA National Champions: A Full Season Recap
Mike Burns, Assistant Coach

The 2017-2018 Oak Hill Red Team Warriors had one thing in mind when the season began: embrace challenges and grow together. If those two things happened, the wins and losses would work themselves out. The story of the season played out over the course of three distinct chapters.

Early Season Chapter:
Oak Hill Red began the season 4-4, while experiencing the adversity of losing a prominent player to injury for the remainder of the fall semester. Before Christmas, the Red Team was scheduled to participate in the Millennium Financial Classic in Charlotte, North Carolina. In three games versus quality opponents that proved to be an early season test, the Red Team won all three games (69-46 vs. Charlotte Learning Academy; 54-53 vs. Elevation Prep; 49-40 vs. Victory Christian). The strong appearance in Charlotte, plus a few more victories before Christmas break, brought the Red Team record to 9-4.

Forming a Team Identity: Red Team on The Road Chapter:
After returning from Christmas break, the Red Team hit the road hard, travelling to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to play South Carolina State Runner Up, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach, and another school with athletic tradition, Cheraw. Oak Hill Red won both of these games, 72-52 vs. CAMB and 65-52 vs. Cheraw. Exactly one week later Oak Hill Red Team would travel to Atlanta, Georgia, to face 2017 GICAA State Champions Dawson Christian, and 2018 GICAA State Champions Cumberland Christian. Once again Oak Hill Red came away with two huge victories, 91-87 vs. Dawson Christian and 54-43 vs. Cumberland Christian. These long road trips enabled the team to bond on and off the court and create a culture that is hard to find within most high school basketball teams. This culture and team chemistry allowed the Red Team to finish the regular season 16-9 and enter the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) National Tournament playing some of their best basketball.

Peaking at the Right Time: NACA National Tournament Chapter
The NACA National Tournament took place February 21st-23rd in Dayton, Tennessee. This tournament requires a team to win 4 games in 3 days in order to be champions, something the Oak Hill Red Team had achieved in back to back years, 2016 and 2017. This year’s NACA was an opportunity for the Oak Hill Red Team to win three consecutive national championships. To open the tournament, Oak Hill Red played Saints Academy from Florida and quickly announced their presence with a 64-31 victory. In the second round, Oak Hill faced a familiar NACA foe in Lighthouse Christian (TN)–a tough game in which Oak Hill Red came out victorious 51-48. On the same day, the Warriors had to face Covenant Christian (GA), a rematch of last year’s NACA Championship game, and the last team standing in the way of a chance at another tournament championship game. Oak Hill Red found the rhythm in the second half and pulled away from Covenant in the final minutes, winning 61-53.

Oak Hill Red had to beat Knoxville Christian (TN), whose coach is an Oak Hill alumnus, in order to raise another banner. To start the game, Oak Hill Red jumped out to an early 17-7 lead, but found itself in a battle with a 24-18 halftime score. In the second half the Warriors took over by attacking the basket and forcing Knoxville Christian to foul, ultimately winning 61-46 and claiming a third straight National Championship.

Pictured Below: Three Oak Hill players were named to the NACA All-Tournament Team: Christian McCray (second from left), Donovan Saine (middle) and Idrissa Sow (far right). McCray was named NACA Tournament MVP, averaging 19ppg and 6rpg for the tournament.

Box Scores for NACA National Tournament Games
Game 1
Oak Hill Red: 64
McCray 13, Saine 13, Dornevil 11, Sow 10, Hall 9, Malleschitz 3, S. Eng 3, Anene 2.
Saints (Florida): 31
Walls 11, Hickey 6, Tae 4, McGrady 3, Purcell 3, Rick 2, Henry 2.


Game 2
Oak Hill Red: 51
McCray 23, Saine 9, Dornevil 5, Malleschitz 5, Sow 4, Teal 3, Breaux 2.
Lighthouse Christian (TN): 48
Walker 11, Thomas 9, Liggins 9, Dillon 8, Hall 5, McMurray 4, Bates 2.


Game 3
Oak Hill Red: 61
McCray 27, Saine 17, Dornevil 11, Sow 5, Teal 1.
Covenant Christian (GA): 53
Molinas 27, Abergut 12, Igbamu 7, Patino 5, Esimone 2.


Game 4
Oak Hill Red: 61
Sow 23, McCray 13, Saine 8, S. Eng 5, Teal 4, Dornevil 3, Hall 3, Breaux 2.
Knoxville Christian (TN): 46
Jordan 13, Thomas Jr. 12, Freeman 7, Minor 6, Husam 4, Reeves 4.

Oak Hill Academy Red Team vs. Bull City Prep 2.7.18

The Warriors lived up to their name in a hard-fought game against Bull City Prep of Durham last Wednesday night at home. Oak Hill’s Red Team came up a bucket short at 49-50. It was the third game in as many days for Oak Hill’s Red Team. The Warriors travel to Rabun Gap School in Georgia tomorrow, and will host the Carlisle School at home in Turner Gymnasium Tuesday, February 13th, at 7 p.m.

Oak Hill Red Wins Back-to-Back NACA National Championships

 

Today’s post is a recap of the fantastic 3-day experience at the National Association of Christian Academies (NACA) National Championship our Red Team had last week. While the season is not over, this tournament represented a main season-long goal.  Please read on to see Coach Burns’ report:

 Every high school basketball team begins the season with certain goals that the team would like to accomplish. This may be improving on last years’ record, obtaining an above five-hundred record, or winning a district/regional title. For the Oak Hill Academy Red Team the goal from the start was to defend their 2016 NACA Division 2 National Title.

 

On Tuesday February 21st, 2017, the Oak Hill Red Team departed campus in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, and traveled, along with an 18-1 regular season record, to Dayton, Tennessee, for the 2017 NACA National Championships. The official start to the tournament was Wednesday morning at the Fort Bluff Camp, home of the National Association of Christian Athletes.

 

The Oak Hill Red Team would play two games on Wednesday with the first being at 11:30 am against Riverdale Baptist “B” from Maryland. Oak Hill struggled early in the game but was provided a spark when senior Camden Hughes checked into the game. Camden’s timely shooting and energy allowed the other players to gain confidence, finishing the game with a score of 62-51. Scoring from the game: Oliver Lynch-Daniels 22; Camden Hughes 15; Graeme Majors 12; Donovan Saine 6; Akrum Ahemed 4; Aidan Stenner 3.
The second game on Wednesday featured Oak Hill Red vs. West Oaks “B” from Orlando, Florida. During this game the Red Team began to reclaim their defensive identity that made them exciting to watch during the season. Team defense allowed Oak Hill to win 55-31, and finish the first day of games with a 2-0 record. Scoring from the game: Oliver Lynch-Daniels 13; Josh Hall 12; Graeme Majors 11; Aidan Stenner 6; Alex Stenner 4; Akrum Ahemed 2.

 

Wednesday night all the teams in the tournament gather at Fort Bluff Camp for a Christian speaker, and the message is very important for all who attend. This year’s speaker was the World Famous Crevier Family, known for spinning basketballs and other amazing tricks. The family became known to national TV audiences when they were finalists on “America’s Got Talent,” but their true goal is spreading the Gospel and character development through the audiences they attract.  Our athletes were challenged to continually be champions of their attitude and to not be ashamed of their personal faith.

Thursday morning came early for the Red Team with a 10:00 a.m. match-up against Combine Academy from North Carolina. Typically, morning games are offensive struggles and strong team defense is even more important. The Red Team answered the call and quickly put to rest any question if they would play for another National Championship. Final score, Oak Hill 78, Combine 49. This win guaranteed the Red Team a spot in the National Championship game and the ability to defend their title. Scoring from the game: Oliver Lynch-Daniels 17; Akrum Ahemed 11; Josh Hall 11; Donovan Saine 10; Damani McEntire 10; Camden Hughes 6; Aidan Stenner 4; Umberto Brusadin 4; Graeme Majors 3; Shamar Henry 2.

 

Once again on Thursday night all of the teams at the tournament gathered to listened to a different speaker, Tony Eubanks. Eubanks shared with the athletes, coaches and others in attendance life stories that inspired, challenged and ultimately made everyone serious about their faith. While the games are what everyone focuses on, the speakers are an added bonus to a competitive tournament.

Friday was Championship day and the idea that they could do something special was not lost on the Red Team players. Being back-to-back National Champions was, after all, the goal at the beginning of the season. But just as the first championship, this one would have to be earned. The title game featured Oak Hill Red vs. Covenant Christian Ministries from Georgia. From the start of the game this felt like a heavyweight battle, with both teams trading blows. Oak Hill found its rhythm because of tremendous s defense and rebounding provided by Donovan Saine and Aidan Stenner. The lead changed throughout the second half and both teams held a lead in the fourth quarter, looking to clinch a National Championship. With clutch shooting from deep by Oliver Lynch-Daniels and consistent free throw shooting from Graeme Majors, the Red Team sealed the game 65-58, and therefore accomplished a team goal of Back-to-Back National Championships. Scoring from the game: Oliver Lynch-Daniels 20; Donovan Saine 15; Graeme Majors 11; Aidan Stenner 9; Michael Odiana 4; Akrum Ahemed 4; Damani McEntire 3.

After the championship game, the NACA Tournament announced All-Tournament Teams and Most Outstanding Players. For Oak Hill Academy Camden Hughes, Aidan Stenner and Oliver Lynch-Daniels were named All-Tournament with Oliver Lynch-Daniels being named Most Outstanding Offensive Player for the second year in a row.