The Oklahoma Christian Academy boys and girls basketball teams took wins from Crossings Christian School Friday night.
The Eagles topped the CCS boys 61-43 on the basis of a 24-8 first quarter.
The scoring from Zach Ruff and Mark Seiter alone would have outdone Crossings, as the pair scored 25 and 24 points respectively.
Chase Yager scored 10 and Riley Duckworth put in two.
Yager led with eight rebounds, followed by five from Duckworth and Nathaniel Garner. Ruff led with three steals and four assists, while going 6-for-6 from the free-throw line.
The Lady Eagles put a 49-18 conquering to Crossings after holding CCS scoreless in the first quarter. OCA put in 21 points in the opening frame to build a commanding lead.
Taylor Estep and Addison Martin brought in 29 of the OCA points, with 15 and 14, respectively. Martin went 4-for-4 from the charity stripe and led with nine rebounds. The Lady Eagles pulled down 50 rebounds as a team, with Mariyn Kingsley pulling eight, Kara Drewke seven and Falyn Dodd six.
Kingsley led with five steals, and seven players had one assist apiece.
Kali Wakefield and Kinglsey had six points apiece, Dodd scored three and Drewke and Courtney Payne popped in one bucket each.