OHMS soccer

Pictured (l to r) front row: Josh Rhodes, Ethan Wong, Asa Franklin, Raymond Nava, Jayden Qualls, Nathan Tchamna Tchakounte; back row: Darvin Juarez, London Blash, Travion Williams, Tyler Burdge, Nathan Towner, Jose Ramirez, Kylan Silas, Brody PInnell and Branden Havior.

The Oak Hill Middle School boys soccer team completed a successful season by winning the 2021 CSRA middle school championship. OHMS finished the regular season with a 6-2 record, clinching the No. 2 seed and defeating T.J. Elder Middle School in the league semifinals. Undefeated Lake Oconee Academy came into town and the Braves knew they had one more task to check off the list. The championship game was not an easy one, tied 0-0 at the end of regulation and straight to penalty kicks to decide the champions.

LOA converted on their first two kicks while OHMS missed their first two, however, the Braves would not miss again; claiming the championship, defeating their opponents 3-2 in penalty kicks. The massive win named Coach Peterson and her boys the 2021 CSRA middle school boys soccer champions — and then there were three. Three state champions graced the city of Milledgeville.

The OHMS girls soccer team went 4-4 in their regular season, and were defeated by one in the first round of playoffs. They finished the season with just 12 players total with one returning starter, Jessica Biyogmum. The Bravettes are rebuilding after going a league best 8-1 a season prior to the one just wrapping up.

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