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December 2, 2013

OBA hosts Crossings Christian

ENID, Okla. — Oklahoma Bible Academy’s boys take a perfect 2-0 record against Crossings Christian in the Trojans’ home opener tonight. The girls game tips off at 6:30, followed by the boys at 8

Adam Eaton is averaging 21.5 points per game for the Trojans, while Dylan White is averaging 16.5. Crossings Christian beat Community Christian 47-44 in its opener.

OBA’s girls, 1-1, are led by Tara Kelley (18.0). Crossings Christian lost to Community Christian 69-32 in its opener.

In other county games (girls records listed first):

Cimarron (2-3, 5-0) at Waynoka (0-0, 0-0) —The Blazer boys go for their third win in the Orient Conference. Cimarron is averaging 75.8 points while allowing 41.8. Cimarron’s girls look to rebound from last week’s 54-51 loss to Ringwood.

Garber (0-2, 0-2) at Drummond (3-0, 0-3) — The homestanding Bulldogs are ranked No. 7 in Class A. They are coming off an 81-30 rout of Lomega. The Wolverines are coming off an 83-46 loss to Glencoe. Both girls teams are coming off bad losses — Drummond 86-51 to Lomega and Garber 73-45 to Glencoe.

Ringwood (1-0, 0-1) at Kremlin-Hillsdale (2-0, 1-1) — The Lady Broncs are riding the momentum of a 44-43 win over No. 13-ranked Burlington. The boys are coming off a 59-49 loss to the Elks. Ringwood’s girls  got 16 points from Katie Randolph in the win over Cimarron last week. The boys lost to the Blazers 63-39.

Waukomis (0-2, 1-1) at Timberlake (1-0, 0-1) — The Chiefs go for their second straight win. Hunter Lovell is averaging 14 points per game. Timberlake’s boys fell to Aline-Cleo 67-53 last week. Timberlake’s girls beat Aline-Cleo 63-25 in their opener, while Waukomis is coming off a 36-32 loss to Medford.

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