Ronnie Jackson comes up big for the Wolfpack

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Oak Hills Christian College men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season Tuesday night with a 105-101 triumph over Leech Lake Tribal College.

Ronnie Jackson paced the Wolfpack (1-20) with a game-high 34 points. Four other Oak Hills players reached double-digits as Duke Abalos and Michael Wolfe each added 19 points while Aiden Guthrie and Colin Tyrone chipped in 16 and 12 points, respectively.

Tristan Keah-tigh led Leech Lake with 32 points and Jordan Collins followed with 18. Ryan Jad tallied 16 points while Joe Strong and Brandon Mastea each recorded 11.

Oak Hills will host Turtle Mountain Community College for a two-game series Friday, Jan. 20, and Saturday Jan. 21. Friday’s game tips-off at 8 p.m. and Saturday’s at 2 p.m. -- The Bemidji Pioneer



Departure from the Hostetters

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

It was a wild ride full of adventure, for the most part. There were amazing highs and precipitous drops accompanied by abrupt and sudden changes of direction. There were moments of sheer terror and moments of utter exhilaration. On the other hand, although rarely, it was sometimes languid and slow, tedious even. So what am I talking about? Whitewater rafting? Riding a roller coaster? Helicopter ride? 



Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Oak Hills Christian College had three runners compete in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division II National Cross Country meet in Clinton, MS. The Men’s team was represented by Bemidji’s Billy Freyholtz who out ran the field of 50 runners to win the National Championship with an 8K time of 27:45. The 5:35 per mile pace was good enough to have a winning margin of 25 seconds. Freyholtz was also named to the NCCAA DII All-American team. “We are so proud of Billy” Athletic Director Jeremy Anderson stated. “He represented Oak Hills and the Bemidji community with such class all season. It’s also a nice honor to have a National Champion during our first year ever having a cross country program.”  


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