Wolfpack News

Wolfpack lose in overtime

Thursday, November 03, 2016

The Wolfpack lost a nail biter on opening night to NAIA D2 Mount Marty College out of Yankton, SD 72-81.  The guys fought hard and had a chance to win at the buzzer but the game went into overtime were we eventually lost. Proud of the effort the guys put in.  Duke Abalos led Oak Hills with 23 points while Moe Blackmon had 22.  Michael Wolfe led the team with 11 rebounds. 

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Burkhart Qualifies for the NCCAA DII National Cross Country Meet

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Oak Hills XC teams both ran well and improved every individual time during their meet Saturday at St. Olaf College.  

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Pair of Oak Hills Runners Qualify for National Meet

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

ST. BONIFACIUS — The Oak Hills Christian College men’s and women’s cross country teams opened their seasons last Saturday at the Crown College Invite in St. Bonifacius. Two runners were able to qualify for nationals despite the wet and muddy conditions.  

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Texas Native Bernachi Dismond Signs With The Wolfpack

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Oak Hills Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jeremy Anderson is pleased to announce the signing of 6’3” Guard Bernachi “B” Dismond of Burleson, Texas. B graduated from Flint Academy in Arlington, Texas in May 2016. B averaged nearly 18 Points, 8 Rebounds, 5 Assists, and 3 Steals per game his Senior year. “We are extremely blessed to have a player as good as B sign with us here at Oak Hills. His ability to get to the rim and shoot at a high percentage will immediately help our team!” Anderson stated. “B will see playing time right away and we expect big things from him as a Freshman.” The Wolfpack open their season November 1st at Mayville State University. CONTINUE READING

Wolfpack Sign Alaska Guard For 2016-2017

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Oak Hills Athletic Director and Men’s Basketball Coach, Jeremy Anderson, is pleased to announce that Ronnie Jackson from Seward, Alaska has signed his Letter of Intent to suit up for the Wolfpack this fall. Ronnie played for Coach Al Plan at Seward High School. Ronnie averaged 17 Points, 4 Assist, and 6 Rebounds a game for the Seahawks. “We are extremely fortunate to have a shooter of Ronnie’s caliber joining us this fall.” Coach Anderson stated.” We expect Ronnie to come in and contribute right away.” 

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