Wolfpack News

Wolfpack Split Conference Games North of the Border

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

OTTERBURNE, Manitoba -- The Oak Hills Christian College men’s basketball team split a pair of games at Providence University College over the weekend.

The Wolfpack (1-3, 1-1 Northern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) fell 97-90 Friday night before rebounding with a 75-61 win Saturday for their first victory of the season.

Oak Hills outscored the Pilots 30-21 over the last 10 minutes of play but came up short in the first game of the doubleheader. The Wolfpack were 13-for-27 from the free throw line for the game, which ended up being the difference in the game.

Leading the Wolfpack in game one was sophomore Ezekiel Cook with 27 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. Freshman Jaren Brooks recorded 14 points and 21 rebounds while sophomores Duke Abalos and Ronnie Jackson finished with 22 and 20 points, respectively.

The second game was a different story for the Wolfpack.

After being tied 31-31 at the half, the Pack outscored the Pilots in the second half 44-30 to cruise to the win.

Oak Hills was led by Brooks with 23 points and 15 rebounds. The Pack also received contributions from Cook with 22 points and 10 rebounds and junior Blake Dragt with 11 rebounds. Jackson and Abalos scored 13 and 11 points, respectively.

The Wolfpack will return to the court today with a 7 p.m. game at Minnesota Crookston.

By The Bemidji Pioneer Staff

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Freyholtz Repeats as National Champion

Monday, November 13, 2017

The Oak Hills Cross Country team made history in Jackson, MS this past Saturday (November 11th) as Sophomore Billy Freyholtz once again claimed the NCCAA DII championship while finishing the 8K race in 27:22 - a full 30 seconds ahead of the second place finisher from Bob Jones University. He also received All-American Honors for the second year in a row.  

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OAK HILLS WOLFPACK CROSS COUNTRY IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Monday, November 06, 2017

2017 has been another stellar year for the Oak Hills Christian College Wolfpack Cross Country Program. The Men’s team, led by Sophomore All-American and Bemidji High School graduate Billy Freyholtz, will be competing in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division II National Cross Country Championships hosted by Belhaven University in Jackson, MS. The meet is this Saturday, November 11, 2017. Joining Freyholtz in the quest for the men’s team championship are Joseph Weeks (Bemidji, MN), Dezmond Ramirez (Bemidji, MN), Landon Peterson (Bagley, MN), Brandon Reller (Melrose, MN), and Timothy Kue (Sioux Falls, SD).

Freyholtz, currently with the top 8K time in the country for NCCAA DII, will be attempting to repeat as the DII national champion. Last year he gave Oak Hills its first National Champion when he bested the field by over 30 seconds.

 

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Wolfpack let one slip away vs Presentation College

Monday, October 30, 2017

Oak Hills Christian College got off to a hot start and led Presentation College 45-44 at the half. It was a back and forth game in the second half until the 9:00 minute mark when PC took its first double digit lead. The Saints got the win 99-75. The Wolfpack had 4 players in double digits led by Ezekiel Cook’s first triple double of the season with 18 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.

The Pack are off until November 10th when they travel north of the border to take on NIAC Conference newcomers
Providence University College.

 

Leaders for OHCC:
Points: Ezekiel Cook 18
Rebounds: Ezekiel Cook 10
Assists: Ezekiel Cook 11

 

Team Stats:
FG 27/73 37%
3PT 9/34 27%
FT 12/18 67%
 

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Wolfpack Men Fall to Dakota State University in Season Opener

Monday, October 30, 2017

Oak Hills Christian Men’s Basketball kicked off the season with a loss to Dakota State University 96-65. The game was much closer than the score indicated. Oak Hills was down at the half 42-33. The Wolfpack cut the lead to 7 with 15:44 remaining in the game. OHCC trailed by 14 with 10:30 remaining but foul trouble and made free throws pushed the lead out to the 96-65 finish. 

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