• The Oakridge Middle School Lady Eagles eighth grade volleyball team Sept. 16 crushed Banks Trail in two sets winning 25-12 and 25-14. The Lady Eagles took the lead at the beginning of each set and maintained it throughout the match.Sophia Sprouse
led the team as the top server, whileMaddy McMullen
played well at the net.Janae Massey
played a strong game defensively.
• The eighth grade Lady Eagles volleyball team defeated Fort Mill Middle School Sept. 18 in two sets winning 25-14 and 25-18.Adrienne Ehrnschwender
led the team with 11 serves in a row with multiple aces.
played an excellent game at the net.
• On Sept. 16, the seventh grade OMS Lady Eagles volleyball team lost to the Banks Trail Timberwolves in two sets, 25-17 and 25-18.Maggie Wilson
served a number of aces in a row in the first game.Sarah Lerner
also did an excellent job when she covered for an injuredMaggie Payne
• On Sept. 18, the OMS seventh grade volleyball team lost to Fort Mill Middle School in two sets, 25-18 and 25-22. OMS played well together, but were beat on the serves. The Golden Eagles gave up 13 points combined in the two games by not maintaining their serve.Brooklyn Gunn
spiked the ball on many occasions.Lakyn Seamster
filled in at setter well.Molly Pettus
made good, controlled passes on hard serves.
• The seventh grade OMS football team defeated Sullivan 14-2 on Sept. 17.Drew Moore
knocked the ball loose and Evan Enix picked it up running a 40 yard TD. Leading tacklers for OMS wereEvan Enix, Hayden Johnson, Tay Cupe, Shay Mull
with three each.Claas Pricker
had a fumble recovery.
Offensively, the Golden Eagles were able to run and pass the ball well enough to score and get a 2-point conversion. Moore had a 55-yard run for TD and Antiquon’s Beatty caught a screen pass for the PAT. Blackmon Huckabee had 20 yards rushing and 30 yards passing, Zion Robbins had 24 yards rushing, and Moore had 114 yards rushing and 30 yards receiving. The Golden Eagles are 2-0 for the first time in school history.
• The eighth grade team played Sullivan on Sept. 17 and lost 52-0. The team played well in the first half, but fell apart in the second half. The Golden Eagles hope to rebound Sept. 24 against Fort Mill.