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Results from Oak Hill for Tuesday, January 9th

Oak Hill traveled to Norwell High School on Tuesday, January 9, and improved its dual meet record to 21-2 by beating the Knights by a score of 44-31. The Golden Eagles fell behind by scores of 21-0 and 31-18 before winning the final five matches 26-0 to overcome the deficit. Devon Adkins (132) began the comeback by winning his match by major decision 11-2. Tyson Kendall(138) followed with a pin. Emilio Liscano’s pin at 144 gave Oak Hill a 34-31 lead with two matches remaining. Hayden Wagner’s 11-3 major decision at 150 increased the lead to seven points with one only match left. Will Warnock (157) pinned his opponent to finish off the Knights.

Conner Fernandes (285) with a pin, Manny Mora (106) with a pin, and Mauricio Perez (113) with a forfeit also recorded wins.

Details of all matches are included in the attached information.

Oak Hill will compete in the Central Indiana Conference meet this Friday, January 12, and Saturday, January 13, at Alexandria.

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The Oak Hill boys varsity basketball team bounced back on short rest defeating the Southwood knights 67-50, In their first home game in about a month. In a tight first quarter that Trenton Sweet got going for the Eagles with two free throws in the first 10 seconds of the game, the Golden Eagles came away with a four point lead, leading 17–13. The Eagles would go on to win the second third and fourth quarter as well, finishing off the Knights by 17 points. Very balanced scoring from the Golden Eagles helped allow the easy victory. There were four different players in double digits. Leading the Golden Eagles in scoring tonight on the back of four three point shots was sophomore R. J. Shugart with 16 points, 3 steals, and 3 rebounds. Next was freshman Jace Tonagel with 13 points and 8 assists. Both Trenton Sweet and Ty Fagan had 11 points each. Rounding out the scoring was Jackson Lamb with six points, and both Levi Trexler and Collin Middlesworth with five each. The Golden Eagles will now get two days to prepare for conference rival Eastbrook where they will travel to play at Eastbrook this Friday night.

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