Everyone Plays; Boys Defrock Saints Then Capture the Crusaders


The Oaks won a hard-fought game 64-53, over Bishop Sullivan on Tuesday after a fractured first half that saw them score only 18 points.

Kyonze Chavis notched 19 points and Kile McNair had his best game of the season with 16. Adam Grant poured in 18 and controlled the tempo in the second half. His tomahawk dunk down the stretch punctuated the Oaks run to victory.

The Oaks are 17-3 on the season and have tough games Friday away at Walsingham, tied for first place in the TCIS, and Saturday at Green Run, the top-ranked school in the area.

In an earlier game, everyone played as Collegiate defeated Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 69-45.

For more pictures and video, go to Oaks Boys Hoops.

Norfolk Collegiate 64, Bishop Sullivan 53

BISHOP SULLIVAN: Baumgartner 9, Holmes 9, Simpkins 24, L. Tebay 9, Johnson 2.

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE (17-3): Robertson 5, Grant 18, McNair 16, Chavis 19, Townes 6

Norfolk Collegiate 69, Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 45

NANSEMOND SUFFOLK: Lokie 11, Smith 6, Askew 6, Brinkley 4, Richter 1, Shiembob 3, Patterson 14.

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE (16-3): Robertson 6, Grant 12, McNair 4, Cantu 4, Gillikin 2, Hurley 5, Chavis 14, Hirschfeld 4, Mahoney 2, Townes 16.

Adam Dunk v. Bishop Sullivan


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