OMS teams end seasons with wins
• On Jan. 26, the seventh grade Oakridge Middle School girls’ team finished the regular season with a 28-20 win over Gold Hill. The team set several season records including points (28), total rebounds (29), offensive rebounds (10), assists (7), field goal percentage and a season low 11 turnovers. Several athletes made major contributions, including:Anna-Beth Baker
– 2 points, 1 offensive rebound,
– 1 steal,Caroline Ringler
– 6 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist,Kaylee Williams
– 2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist,Maggie Wilson
– 2 rebounds,Kristen Cole
– 4 rebounds, 2 assists,
– 12 points, 10 rebounds, 1 steal and 3 assists,Aliyah Strout
– 4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, andMorgan Osborne
– 2 points.
• The eighth grade boys’ team defeated Gold Hill 48-33 Jan. 26. Offensively, the Golden Eagles moved the ball well and were able to get high percentage shots. The team recorded 20 field goals, and 13 of those baskets came off assists. Oakridge also dominated the boards coming away with 32 rebounds (17 coming on the offensive end). Contributing for the Golden Eagles were:Heze Massey
- 14 points, 4 assists, 7 steals,Chad Bradshaw
- 13 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals,Andrez Dalton
- 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks,Zach Dougherty
- 6 points, 7 rebounds,Camden Largen
- 4 points, 2 assists, 2 steals,Gabe Morneault
- 3 points, andJames Linn
- 1 point, 6 rebounds.
OMS beats Rawlinson
LAKE WYLIE The Oakridge Middle School wrestling team defeated Rawlinson Road on Jan. 27 by a score of 48-36. Scoring for the Golden Eagle wrestlers were: Dax Stegall, Class Prikker, Ashton Roveri, Lake King, Hunter Holland, Coleman Lopez and Colby Ballard, all with pins, and Corey Dragun with a win by injury default.
LWAA registering for spring season
LAKE WYLIE Online registration for Lake Wylie Athletic Association’s spring baseball season is open through Feb. 13 online at lwsports.org.
In-person registrations will be accepted at LWAA's baseball evaluations at 3 p.m. Feb. 7 and Feb. 14 at Bethel Elemenatary School’s baseball field. Check for scheduling updates.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Eat and run Feb. 28 in Rock Hill
ROCK HILL The inaugural Krispy Kreme Race-Run 4 Reading begins at 8 a.m. Feb. 28 in Rock Hill.
The run consists of a 4-mile loop beginning and ending at Winthrop University with a brief stop in the new downtown Rock Hill Fountain Park, where participants will be challenged to eat a dozen doughnuts before racing back to the finish line.
There will be a 1-mile Campus Fun Walk and a Kidz Fun Zone. Strollers, children and families welcome.
Proceeds go to The Early Learning Partnership of York County, a nonprofit organization, supporting health and academic readiness of children ages 5 and younger in York County.
Register to run and eat, run only, walk at run4reading.racesonline.com/.