Oxford’s girls remained perfect in region play and overall as the Lady Chargers defeated West Point at home Friday night and Scott Central on Saturday in the Mid-Mississippi Challenge held in Ackerman. The Lady Chargers topped West Point 81-37 and then defeated Scott Central 81-49.
Oxford’s boys also continued to roll in region play as the Chargers defeated West Point 90-63. The Chargers then took Starkville’s spot in the annual Hotbed Classic hosted by New Albany on short notice and fell to Booneville 63-50.
The Lady Chargers improved to 21-0 with the two wins over the weekend. Alexus Malone led the Lady Chargers with 20 points and seven rebounds in the victory over West Point. Oxford led the Lady Green Wave 59-17 at the half and are now 4-0 overall in Region 1-5A. Erika Sisk had a great all-around effort as she totaled 17 points, eight steals and eight assists. Amber Sisk had 11 points, while Kristen Dickerson scored eight and dished out eight assists.
In the victory over Scott Central, Erika Sisk scored 30 points, garnered nine steals and had five assists. Malone finished with 13 points and six boards, Dickerson had 11 points, five steals and four assists, while Amber Sisk scored nine points. Scott Central was led by Victoria Vivians, the second-leading scorer in the nation, with 40 points. (January 23, 2012, Page 2B)