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|Trinity Episcopal visits River Oaks Friday|
The River Oaks Mustangs continue to roll through Mississippi Private School Association competition as they prepare for a Friday night home date with district-leader Trinity Episcopal.
Last Friday, the Mustangs (15-4, 4-2) dismantled Adams County Christian School 84-64. Cody Trichell scored 30 points in the game to lead the Mustangs.
Will White had possibly his best game of the season with 19 points and 17 rebounds for River Oaks. Vincent Moore added 15 points while Darrell Barnes chipped in 10.
Moving forward to this week, River Oaks squeaked by Prairie View 52-49 in overtime. Trichell and White again scored big for the Mustangs as they played most of the second-half without an ill Vincent Moore.
"Vincent Moore only played half the game because of illness," River Oaks head coach Roger Stockton said. "We had some kids really step up and make things happen late in the game."
One of the big plays came with 20 seconds remaining and River Oaks down by one point. White stole the ball at half court and was able to make a layup to send the game into overtime, where the Mustangs then owned the court.
River Oaks sealed the game with free throws down the stretch after Trichell lit up the scoreboard and broke the game open in the extra period.
"We were solid at the free-throw line," Stockton said. "I thought that was a key for us. We had some big defensive plays in the fourth quarter and overtime period that really made a difference for our team moving forward."
Trinity Episcopal comes calling Friday night in what will be considered the biggest game of the season for the Mustangs.
"Trinity is undefeated but we played pretty well against them down there," Stockton said. "The big thing for us is we have to defend well and get rebounds. The guys are playing extremely hard right now for us."
The varsity girls begin at 6 p.m. with boys starting at about 7:30 p.m.