Oak Hill: 46 ' 49: 95
Hargrave: 34 ' 39: 75


2024 Christian Anderson (Oak Hill): He was the head of the snake and should be for much of the season, as he continues to show that he is a playmaker on the court. Going to be always regarded as the best shooter on the floor no matter what, Anderson also plays with tremendous pace, reads the floor, finds the openings in the defense, and creates well.  He should consistently put up strong numbers throughout the season. Stats: 19pts, 4rebs, 2asts

2025 Francis Chukwudebelu (Oak Hill): The big man was active all throughout the game when he was on the court, as he made a living around the basket and being on the boards.  Chukwudebelu seems to have a knack for finishing around the basket, creating second-chance opportunities, finishing through contact, and being very assertive on the glass. Stats: 12pts, 7ebs

2025 Kaden Magwood (Oak Hill): The guard started out slow but started to come on in the second half, showing his ability to be a dynamic guard. On several occasions, he was able to penetrate and attack the defense, finish at the rim, get to the line, and create space to find his shot.  He was filling it up more in the second half in this game. Stats: 19pts, 7rebs, 2asts

Other Stats:
2024 Deondrea Lindsey: 8pts, 7rebs
2025 Saxon McWilliams: 9pts
2025 Martez Harris: 7pts, 6rebs

2024 Walt Andrews (Hargrave): Andrews was a steady presence throughout the game, but he was at his best using his 6'4, strong frame to his advantage and getting downhill to finish.  Time after time, he was assertive in attacking off the dribble and getting to the basket. But he showed flashes of his ability to step out and his an open three, as well as find his teammates.  Really filled up the statsheet. Stats: 14pts, 6rebs, 6asts

2024 Khalil Williams (Hargrave): Though shots weren't quite falling from behind the arc in this game, it was Williams that was the most consistent with his shot-making.  He was able to show quickness in his game, but time after time he hit multiple threes to help his team. Stats: 14pts, 4ebs

2024 Nathaniel Savage (Hargave): Savage was the first player to really capture our attention with his play. He was strong in creating off the dribble, attacking and getting inside the paint, finding ways to get to his spot, and either get to the line or knock down shots.  Overall, he had a strong offensive showing with his scoring capability. Stats: 15pts

Other Stats:
2024 Austin Fortune: 5pts, 6rebs
2024 Leland Coleman: 6pts, 2rebs
2024 Trey Minard: 7pts, 1ast