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|OCS, St. Fred prepare for more district play|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles and Lady Eagles each won district games over the Saint Frederick Warriors on Tuesday night.
In the boy's game, Chris Dupont scored a game-high 19 points while Lavare Davis added 14 points to lead OCS (19-8, 3-2) to the 68-39 victory.
OCS let their defense do the talking in forcing 24 Warrior turnovers and building a 19-8 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The second quarter saw St. Fred climb back into the game and trail 31-18 at halftime. Anthony Marshall put together a solid performance for St. Frederick.
"Everytime they made a run the guys kept battling," OCS head coach Jeff Thomas said. "We stepped up defensively and Chris (Dupont) hit some big shots for us."
Marshall scored 12 points and added 10 rebounds to lead the Warriors (1-24, 0-5). Marshall has been a huge bright spot during a bleak season with constant double-digit scoring performances.
Logan Blackford chipped in 11 points in another solid performance for the Warriors. St. Fred struggled from beyond the arc and made just 4-of-18 three-point shots.
In the ladies game, OCS came out of the gate on fire and would not relent on the Lady Warriors. OCS took advantage of missed opportunities on the offensive end by St. Fred in a 49-33 victory for the Lady Eagles.
OCS forced 20 turnovers in the game while also having 19 of their own turnovers. St. Frederick struggled to put down shots, making just 13-of 66 field goals. But, the Warriors actually held a rebounding advantage over OCS of 55-30.
OCS will visit Bernice in another district double-header on Friday. Bernice (17-6, 4-0) is currently tied with Arcadia for first place in district 2-1A.
Bernice upended OCS in Monroe on Jan. 13 by a score of 63-52. The Lady Eagles will be looking to make it two in a row this season over the Lady Bears after dismantling Bernice earlier in the year, 55-17.
St. Frederick will be at home against a very athletic Grambling squad still stinging from their first ever loss at OCS last Friday.
Grambling (8-10, 1-3) is under former Carroll head coach Chris Olney in his first season with the Kittens.
St. Frederick will now have a chance to move into fourth-place in the district standings with wins over the Kittens and Lady Kittens.
The ladies will begin at 6 p.m. with the guys tipping off minutes after the conclusion of the girl's contest.