HS Basketball Scoreboard: Road teams take the win in College Park-Oak Ridge matchups

By: Woodlands Online Sports Staff
| Published 01/20/2021



Girls Basketball

Oak Ridge 48, College Park 43

For the second time, the War Eagles and Cavaliers played a close game. And for the second time, Oak Ridge came away with the win to stay at the top of the district standings. Fueled by the home crowd, College Park jumped out to a quick lead over Oak Ridge. The Cavaliers had success scoring both inside and out while Oak Ridge stumbled out of the gate. However, Oak Ridge has shown many times this season that once they get going, they know how to take control of the game and make it very difficult for the opponent to get it back.

An 11-3 start for College Park was soon cut to just a two-point lead at the end of the first quarter. Shortly into the second quarter, the War Eagles completed their turnaround as Emei St. Laurent’s layup gave The Ridge their first lead of the night. Oak Ridge went into halftime with the lead and held it for most of the third quarter until Ali Diop decided to spark a Cavaliers comeback. Diop hit a three and a couple of layups to help College Park briefly retake the lead.

Oak Ridge led by just three at the start of the fourth quarter and both teams had the opportunity to take over down the stretch, but it was Oak Ridge who cut out the mistakes and hit shots when they had to have them. A big-time three from Nikki Petrakovitz late in the quarter helped the War Eagles secure the road win.

Oak Ridge (19-3 / 5-1) Next Game: vs Grand Oaks - 1/23/21
College Park (14-7 / 4-2) Next Game: @ The Woodlands - 1/23/21

Conroe 48, The Woodlands 38

Conroe (8-6 / 3-3) Next Game: @ Willis - 1/23/21
The Woodlands (6-15 / 1-5): vs College Park - 1/23/21

Grand Oaks 64, Willis 17

Grand Oaks (14-4 / 5-1) Next Game: @ Oak Ridge - 1/23/21
Willis (3-17 / 0-6) Next Game: vs Conroe - 1/23/21

Boys Basketball

College Park 70, Oak Ridge 51

The win streak is up to 10 games for the Cavaliers, and after another dominant performance, CP sits at 8-0 in district 13-6A. College Park had five players with double-digit points, including 17 from Drew Calderon and 16 from Marvin Dock. For Oak Ridge, the loss drops them into a tie for fourth place. The War Eagles were led in scoring by AJ Osborne’s 14 points and 12 from AJ Badger.

College Park (17-3 / 8-0) Next Game: vs The Woodlands - 1/23/21
Oak Ridge (9-11 / 3-5) Next Game: @ Grand Oaks - 1/23/21

Grand Oaks 57, Willis 39

Grand Oaks (10-9 / 4-4) Next Game: vs Oak Ridge - 1/23/21
Willis (2-18 / 0-8) Next Game: @ Conroe - 1/23/21

The Woodlands 72, Conroe 51

The Woodlands (15-5 / 6-2) Next Game: @ College Park 1/23/21
Conroe (6-11 / 3-5) Next Game: vs Willis - 1/23/21

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