Archive - Jan 18, 2012
LOUISVILLE - Oak Hill head coach Brian Middleton said Tuesdayâs victory over Winston wasnât a season changing win, but âWe had to get that mentality back.â
Oak Hill snapped a four-game losing streak with a 52-36 win over Winston Academy and keep their heads above water as they fight for a number two seed in the district tournament.
âWeâre going to come around,â Middleton said. âOne game at a time starting with Friday night against Manchester.â
CALHOUN CITY - The Hebron Christian Lady Eagles continued to stay among the top of the MAIS 3A standings Tuesday night with a 42-22 victory over Calhoun Academy on the road.
The Lady Eagles, 16-7, moved to 5-1 in the district behind only Kemper Academy as they look to defend their title and secure a top seed heading into the district tournament with two more games left, both on the road.
Hebron won by a large margin the last time these teams met in December, but Calhoun, who have just one win the 3A, wasnât going to be a pushover this time.