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|OCS beats Jena Giants|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles beat the Jena Giants 60-48 in the Hall of Fame Classic at Caldwell High School on Saturday afternoon.
Chris Dupont led the way for the Eagles with 25 points and broke open a tight game in the fourth quarter.
Dupont got the hot hand and scored 10 points in the quarter as the teams went back-and-forth through multiple ties.
Lavare Davis scored 16 points and Micah Shackelford added 8 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Eagles past the Giants.
The Eagles now go into a first round home game to begin the Class 1A playoffs Friday night.
OCS will be the No.7 seed in the playoffs and could very well see another home game if they survive their opening round contest against East Iberville.
OCS was second in the district behind Arcadia who will be the top seed in the Class 1A bracket this season.
The Lady Eagles ended their season last week with a 12-21 record. Mallory Fields and Abby Kalil each scored in double-figures to lead the OCS team this year.
OCS will return five players from the Lady Eagles squad next season and looks to be in the running to compete in district 2-1A for years to come.