Wolfpack News

Oak Hills Defeats Trinity Bible College in First Round

Friday, February 23, 2018

#4 Seed Oak Hills Christian College tops ##5 Seed Trinity Bible College by the score of 88-80 on Thursday in the 1st Round game of the NCCAA DII North Region Men’s Basketball Champinship. The Pack had balanced contributions from the whole team and ended with 5 guys in double digits in the scoring column. Ronnie Jackson led with 22 points on 7-14 shooting going 5-9 behind the 3 point line. Duke Abalos chipped in with 20 on 7-13 shooting going 6-9 behind the arch. Jaren Brooks netted 18 points, Phillip Harris added 16, and Blake Dragt ended with 10 to round out the double digit scorers.  

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The Wolfpack Open New Online Store for Apparel

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

The Athletic Department has opened a new online store that allows our fans the opportunity to purchase Wolfpack gear from the comfort of their own living room. A portion of the proceeds will come back to the Athletic Department to allow us to further invest in the lives of our student athletes. The store will be continuously updated with new products with the ultimate goal of allowing you, the consumer, to create your own custom piece from a select list of items and logos. “We are excited to get this store up and running” states Athletic Director Jeremy Anderson. “This will allow us to market our brand to even further parts of the region and country. The Athletic Department is always looking for ways to partner with our local and regional businesses and this is just one example of how this partnership can work. We are pleased to partner with Nelson Ink, Inc. out of Middle River, MN to get our merchandise into the hands of you, our loyal family and fans.”  

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WOLFPACK SPLIT WEEKEND SERIES WITH AFLBS

Monday, February 05, 2018

Bemidji, MN- The Wolfpack split a key pair of NIAC Conference games Thursday and Friday. AFLBS (Plymouth, MN) took the first game of the series on Thursday and the Wolfpack bounced back and took the second game on Friday. OHCC is now 6-17 overall and 5-5 in the NIAC. The Wolfpack now sit in 6th place in the conference with two very important games to finish out the regular and conference season’s against Cankdeska Cikana Community College this Friday night at 6 PM and Saturday at 11:00 AM in Fort Totten, ND.

Leading the Wolfpack on Thursday night were Jaren Brooks with 20 points/12 rebounds and Phillip Harris with 17 points/11 rebounds. Duke Abalos recorded 8 assists on the evening and Ronnie Jackson and Abalos each added 3 steals. Brooks added 4 block shots while Blake Dragt added 3 blocks as well. The team shot just 33% on the night and were 6 for 34 from the three point line (18%). The Wolfpack could manage just 4 of 10 from the free throw line in the 72-66 lost to AFLBS.

The Pack bounced back on Friday night with a 78-70 win over AFLBS in the second game of the two game series between conference foes. OHCC was led by Abalos with 23 including going 7 for 11 from the three point line in the win. Brooks and Dragt led the way in rebounds with 8 and 7. Brooks and Harris added 4 steals a piece and Brooks also added 6 assists on the night. Brooks and Dragt again led the Pack in block shots with 5 and 3 respectfully. The team shot 39% on the night and 14 for 33 (42%) from the three point line. The Wolfpack shot 14 for 22 from the free throw line.

 

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Wolfpack pick up two key NIAC wins

Monday, January 29, 2018

BEMIDJI -- The Oak Hills Christian College men’s basketball team swept a pair of games over Trinity Bible College this weekend.  

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Oak Hills Splits Weekend

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

BEMIDJI -- The Oak Hills Christian College men’s basketball team split its weekend series with Canadian Mennonite University.  

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