Nathan Ham firstname.lastname@example.org
February 6, 2014
The Oak Hill Academy Warriors picked up victories in four of their last five games to move to 30-3 overall on the season.
OHA hosted Genesis Academy on Jan. 27 and pounded out a 104-50 victory. Caleb Martin was the high scorer with 19 points. B.J. Stith scored 14 and grabbed seven rebounds. Cody Martin added 10 points and center Rokas Gustys recorded yet another double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds.
Kem Ubaru and Tony Anderson scored 11 points off the bench and sophomore Khadim Sy scored 10 and grabbed nine rebounds.
Two days later, the Warriors lost its third game of the season, this one to Arlington Country Day, 62-53.
Oak Hill bounced back with a win last Friday in Bristol, Va., against The Miller School. Stith scored 16 points to propel the Warriors to an 86-55 win. Cody Martin added 14 points while Anderson finished with 13 off the bench.
The Warriors had no time to enjoy the victory as they had to be in Raleigh the next evening to face Word of God Academy.
The game was close for most of the way, but Oak Hill pulled away a bit in the fourth quarter for the 69-57 victory.
Gustys had 17 points and nine boards. Junior point guard Terrence Phillips had 17 points and five assists. Cody Martin finished with 15 and Stith scored 11 and added six rebounds.
Most recently, Oak Hill squared off with Legacy Charter School on Tuesday night. Gustys had another strong game in the post with 19 points and nine rebounds to lead the squad to a 77-59 win. Stith was one rebound shy of a double-double with 14 points and nine boards. Caleb Martin had 15 and Cody Martin scored 10.
The Warriors will have a week off until its next game, a home contest against Mt. Zion Academy Feb. 11.
Oak Hill is currently ranked 18th in the nation in the MaxPreps Top 25.
*Nathan Ham can be reached at (336) 846-7164 or on Twitter @NathanHam87