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|OCS hosts New Year's Classic|
The Ouachita Christian School basketball teams will host the OCS/Maggie Moo's New Year Classic through this Friday, Jan. 9.
Both boys and girls will play in the three-day event. The championship games will be held beginning at 7 p.m. Friday night.
The teams split in a double-header at Mangham their last time out on Tuesday night. The Lady Eagles fell to Mangham 45-43 before the boys team upended the Dragons, 58-50.
In the ladies action, Mallory Fields poured in a game-high 24 points to along with four rebounds in the loss.
Mangham jumped out to an early 11-6 advantage thanks to the hot shooting of senior Saporia Smith. Smith scored eight points and grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds to muscle Mangham to the victory.
OCS trailed 26-20 at halftime, but fought back to tie the score in the fourth quarter. Mangham was 14-of-26 from the free-throw line at the end of the night to secure the victory.
On the boy's side, OCS jumped out to a 19-15 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.
"We were huge on the boards." OCS head coach Jeff Thomas said. "That was the difference for us. In the second quarter we held them to seven points and our defense just played outstanding."
Indeed, the second quarter proved monumental in helping OCS (14-5) to a 30-22 halftime advantage.
Chris Dupont scored 19 points to lead OCS. Levare Davis chipped in 15 points and eight boards.
Micah Shackelford scored eight points and grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds for the Eagles.
Jonathan Harris and Michael Holland each scored 13 points to pace Mangham in a furious fourth-quarter comeback that fell short.
OCS will be trying to pull together to get into the championship round of the first Maggie Moo New Year Classic that will be held Friday night.