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Eagles News · All Teams Schedule: Week of December 4 – December 10


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Oak Mountain High School, December 4 – December 10

MONDAY

December 04, 2017

6:15 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Helena High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Helena High School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

December 05, 2017

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Helena High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Helena High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Helena High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

December 06, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

December 07, 2017

No events happening

FRIDAY

December 08, 2017

4:30 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Vestavia Hills High School
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Vestavia Hills High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Vestavia Hills High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Vestavia Hills High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Vestavia Hills High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

December 09, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

December 10, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Eagles News · Event Recap: Week of November 25 – December 1


Saturday, Nov 25th

No event results

Sunday, Nov 26th

No event results

Monday, Nov 27th

Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
W 33 – 46 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
W 42 – 43 SUMMARY

Tuesday, Nov 28th

Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
W 35 – 26 SUMMARY
Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
W 44 – 37 SUMMARY

Wednesday, Nov 29th

Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
N/A

Thursday, Nov 30th

Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
N/A

Friday, Dec 1st

Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
N/A

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Eagles News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 27 – December 3


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Oak Mountain High School, November 27 – December 3

MONDAY

November 27, 2017

3:30 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Mortimer Jordan High School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

November 28, 2017

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

November 29, 2017

5:00 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
SCHEDULE
6:15 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Chelsea High School
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

November 30, 2017

5:00 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
SCHEDULE
6:15 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

December 01, 2017

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Hewitt-Trussville High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

December 02, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

December 03, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Eagles News · Event Recap: Week of November 18 – November 24


Saturday, Nov 18th

Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Teams N/A
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Teams N/A
N/A
Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Tba
N/A

Sunday, Nov 19th

No event results

Monday, Nov 20th

No event results

Tuesday, Nov 21st

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 22nd

No event results

Thursday, Nov 23rd

No event results

Friday, Nov 24th

No event results

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Eagles News · Event Recap: Week of November 11 – November 17


Saturday, Nov 11th

No event results

Sunday, Nov 12th

No event results

Monday, Nov 13th

No event results

Tuesday, Nov 14th

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 15th

No event results

Thursday, Nov 16th

Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
W 21 – 51 SUMMARY
Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
W 24 – 40 SUMMARY
Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Pelham High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
L 58 – 54 SUMMARY

Friday, Nov 17th

Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Leeds High School
N/A

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Eagles News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 13 – November 19


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Oak Mountain High School, November 13 – November 19

MONDAY

November 13, 2017

No events happening

TUESDAY

November 14, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 15, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 16, 2017

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
SCHEDULE
4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Pelham High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Pelham High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 17, 2017

3:30 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Leeds High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 18, 2017

TBA Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Teams N/A
SCHEDULE
TBA Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Teams N/A
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Tba
SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

November 19, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Multiple Teams · Oak Mountain High School Varsity Football beat Hazel Green High School 36-29


Friday, November 3, 2017

7:00 PM

Hazel Green High School
AWAY
29

Oak Mountain High School
HOME
36

Game Recap

CREDIT JOHN PHILLIPS JR. and 280 LIVING
BIRMINGHAM — Entering the final game of the regular season, the Oak Mountain and Hazel Green high school football teams had nothing left to seemingly play for but pride.

Following Oak Mountain’s 36-29 win over the Trojans (2-8) at Heardmont Park to finish the regular season at 5-5, the back-and-forth contest proved that programs full of seniors not wanting their respective football careers to end are not going to mail it in on their final Friday night.

The Eagles almost let a 21-point third quarter lead slip away but used a pivotal fourth quarter 20-yard touchdown pass from Connor Webb to Carson Bobo to help stave off the visitors from Huntsville.

“We just have to find a way to be consistent, we were a roller coaster tonight at times, but the last few weeks we have certainly showed what we are capable of, and I’m thankful for the win tonight,” Oak Mountain head coach Chris Bell said.

Oak Mountain opened the scoring with a 2-yard Luke Percer touchdown run. The Eagles then added to their lead in the second quarter when Bobo hauled in a 37-yard touchdown pass from Webb, as Bobo stiff-armed the defender during the final 5 yards into the end zone.

Oak Mountain was primed to put the contest away early in the second half after building a 21-point lead following a key three-play sequence. Bobo took a screen pass on third-and-8 for a 40-yard touchdown, sprinting away from defenders down the Trojans sideline.

Safety Dylan Hoye then intercepted the Trojans on the ensuing possession, setting up the Eagles in plus territory at the opponent’s 42-yard line. Jonathan Bennett took the very next handoff in on a 42-yard sprint to pay dirt directly up the teeth of the Hazel Green defense.

The Trojans attempted to stage a comeback and made a valiant effort late, scoring touchdowns on three of their final four possessions. Clinging to a one-score advantage and reeling, Oak Mountain’s defense cemented the victory at the 6:01 mark of the fourth quarter with a critical fourth-and-1 stop to force a turnover on downs. Two plays later, Webb hit Bobo with his third touchdown pass of the night, this time from 20 yards as Bobo snatched the ball over the top of the defender.

Webb finished with 150 yards passing and three scores in addition to 57 rushing yards. The former three-year player at safety was approached in the spring about playing quarterback. While he admits it was a work-in-progress at first, as the season wore on, he settled in and gained a full grasp of the offense.

“Connor is a gutsy kid and I think the toughest quarterback in the state of Alabama, that’s what makes you proud as a coach when you see guys that the game is important to; he is a true program guy, and we couldn’t have been more pleased with him,” Bell said, with tears welling in his eyes.

Bennett totaled 112 rushing yards while Percer chipped in 66 yards on the ground. Garrison Frisch provided an interception for the Eagles defense.

“Everyone thinks it’s just about the wins and losses, but it’s not, it’s about the friends and memories you make, and I am so thankful for everyone – from all the seniors through the freshmen – that have had an impact on my life,” Bobo said.


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Eagles News · Event Recap: Week of October 28 – November 3


Saturday, Oct 28th

No event results

Sunday, Oct 29th

No event results

Monday, Oct 30th

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 31st

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 1st

No event results

Thursday, Nov 2nd

No event results

Friday, Nov 3rd

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Hazel Green High School
N/A

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Eagles News · XC Girls Team qualifies for State


FROM COACH MOORE
It has been an outstanding season. Our Girls team qualified for state this morning at the 7A Sectional race.  The boys team failed to advance. Although their team time was the fastest time they have run on the tough Spain Park course this season, the guys team finished off of the podium behind outstanding performances from Hoover and Spain Park.  However, Bryce Keefover and Hansen McCown qualified as individuals and will represent our guys November 11 along with our entire girls team.
Congrats Eagles!
Coach Moore

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Eagles News · Eagles Volleyball fall in Final Four


CREDIT KYLE PARMLEY and 280 LIVING

BIRMINGHAM – There was one end goal in mind for the Oak Mountain High School volleyball team.

A state championship.

The Eagles (49-9) sat down before the season and attempted to figure out how to get there. They drew up a figurative road map of checkpoints and goals that would allow them to reach their ultimate dream.

But that dream was dashed on Wednesday evening, as the Eagles fell to Bob Jones, 3-0 (23-25, 19-25, 24-26), in a tightly contested Class 7A state semifinal match at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

Although the desired destination was not reached, the trip was by no means a lost cause.

“Even though we fell a little short, I hope all the youngsters know that doesn’t mean failure,” said coach Tien Le.

The Eagles had eight seniors returning this fall and had high hopes. They expected to be one of the top teams in the state, and they were. The Final Four is an accomplishment Le thinks his group should be proud of, despite the empty feeling, looks of stunned realization and tears shed at the conclusion of the season-ending loss.

“There are other measuring sticks for success,” Le said. “I think all the junior players behind them, they saw how much it means to them. They’re leaving a very good legacy I think.”

Keller Lovvorn, Kaitlyn Lund, Kathryn Beard, Brie Palmer, Ashley Treace, Torie Denkers, Kendall Scharbert and Cameron Rueschenberg made tremendous strides in many areas from the outset of the season. Those strides were on display in the semifinal.

Oak Mountain got out to a 22-18 lead over Bob Jones in the first set, but a few “mental errors” allowed Bob Jones seven of the final eight points in the set, as the Patriots took it, 25-23.

“(It) should’ve been ours,” Le said. “That made a huge difference in the second set.”

The second set was an uphill battle from the start, and Bob Jones cruised to a 25-19 win. But down two sets to none, Oak Mountain’s seniors displayed the culmination of traits that were cultivated all season long: character and maturity. Those were the two things that Le felt stood between the Eagles and a potential state championship.

Bob Jones raced to an 18-12 lead in the decisive set, but Oak Mountain put up its best fight of the night, eventually garnering a set point opportunity before falling, 26-24.

“The good thing is in the third set, when our backs were against the wall, we showed character to come back swinging and not just go away. I’m proud of them for that,” Le said.

For the match, Lund led the offense with 10 kills to go along with 12 blocks. Denkers finished with five kills, and Treace registered five and 12 assists. Maddie Moss, a junior, contributed 18 assists. Lovvorn concluded her career with nine digs.

What Le saw from his team on Wednesday reaffirmed the reason that he continues to coach. From start to finish, the Eagles persevered, overcame adversity and never stopped showing progress.

“At the end of the day, with them growing and becoming better people, ultimately that’s what’s important, and I think they showed that tonight,” Le said.

 

The Eagles couldn’t have asked for a better match to begin its run through the Class 7A state tournament.

They took to the floor at the Birmingham CrossPlex on Wednesday morning and breezed through the quarterfinal round, defeating Enterprise, 3-0 (25-15, 25-19, 25-20), to advance.

Le called it the “perfect match,” in the sense that Oak Mountain (49-8) was challenged and had to keep its foot on the gas, but the Eagles played well enough that they never felt the match was in jeopardy.

“Enterprise challenged us to play,” Le said. “It was not an easy walkover.”

There was no sleep to knock out of the Eagles’ eyes with the early morning start, as they jumped out to a 25-15 win in the first set. Treace provided three straight kills midway through the set, as Oak Mountain began to pull away after a tight start.

A pair of finishes from Denkers extended the edge, and Lund’s excellent placement helped the Eagles finish it off.

Treace had a big day for Oak Mountain, finishing the match with team-highs of 10 kills and 19 assists. Denkers and Lund each had nine kills. Lovvorn had 12 digs. Scharbert finished with six kills.

The second set was Enterprise’s best of the match, and the Wildcats held a lead as late as 18-17 in the set. But the Eagles ripped off eight of the final 10 points, including a couple kills by Lund to pull away with the 25-19 win.

“The second set, what I liked about that was they stayed with us all the way through the middle, until about 16-16, then we were able to pull away,” Le said. “That was good for us to have to deal with a little bit of adversity there.”

The third set was all Oak Mountain, as the Eagles jumped out to leads of 8-1 and 14-6, before Enterprise clawed its way back late. It wasn’t enough, and the Eagles held on, 25-20.

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