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|River Oaks to host Adams County Christian|
The River Oaks Mustangs had a successful week as they went 2-1 in games over the weekend. The Mustangs continue district play with a home game against Adams County Christian School this Friday night.
On Friday, River Oaks (13-4, 3-2) beat Riverfield in a thriller 53-52. Vincent Moore scored 22 points and Will White added 13 points in the win for the Mustangs. Cody Trichell chipped in 11 points for River Oaks.
The Rebels grabbed the lead in the fourth quarter by eight points before River Oaks made a big comeback. The win was the 500th in the coaching career of Roger Stockton.
"We started shooting better that second half," Stockton said. "Riverfield had the lead until the last three or four minutes and we took over from there."
Taylor Long scored 15 points and J.T. Davis chipped in 14 points for Riverfield. It was a return game in which Riverfield beat River Oaks earlier this season.
On Saturday, they hosted Chamberlin-Hunt and grabbed a 66-57 victory. Moore scored 23 points while Trichell scored a season-high 18 points.
On Tuesday night, the Mustangs traveled to Chamberlin-Hunt and fell 70-54. David Hahn scored 43 points in a dominating performance for the Hunt squad.
"He was dominating inside," Stocketon said. "Our tallest guy is 6-2 and he is over seven feet. We had no answer when they dumped the ball down low there."
The River Oaks girls still struggle to find the basket at this time. Coaches are working with the girls on breaking different defensive looks after losses to Trinity Episcopal and Riverfield.
Tiffany Brown is scoring in double-figures including 10 points at Trinity last Friday night.
Both teams host Adams County Christian this Friday beginning with Junior Varsity action at 4 p.m.
Varsity girls begin at 6 p.m. followed by the boys tipping off at about 7:30 p.m.