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MIAC Games Officially Begin

The MIAC Games have officially begun. We want to thank Tono Munoz and Claire Rau for representing Oakland Christian in H-O-R-S-E in the first round of the MIAC Games. It was fun watching them compete Live on Instagram in a game of virtual H-O-R-S-E. The MIAC games is a collection of the contests that the

Golf: Senior-Athlete Spotlight

Ricky came to High School golf with a lot of experience and a developed swing. He was way ahead of the game. Unfortunately, an injury slowed up his game. This season could have been a crowning moment for him to join a group of guys who also wanted to improve and who enjoy the game.

2019-2020 Boys’ Basketball Awards

With the completion of the 2019-2020 season comes the time to celebrate the players and seniors that will be leaving us. With all the issues of Covid-19 the teams meet over Zoom to “handout” awards. Thank you to Coach John Strong, Coach Romani Jackson, Coach Ben Greenberg and Coach Michael Greenburg for all your hard

Virtual Track Meet Opportunities

Twilight Trials is giving high school athletes the opportunity to participate in a virtual track meet. If you are interested, please visit their website for more information on how to register and how to proceed. Our school code is 7PK9QB6U6. Enter it for your time to be connected to Oakland Christian. There are four trials. The

Baseball: Senior-Athlete Spotlights

Jack Farstvedt IF Favorite Food: Chicken Parmesan Favorite Baseball Memory: Winning the 2019 district championship  Favorite thing about OCS: The staff and students are easy to get along with and made me feel welcomed from day one.  Coach Pyke on Jack: Jack is a tremendous teammate. He is a student of the game always trying

Softball: Senior-Athlete Spotlights

Jackie Hagar Beginning with her freshmen season, senior Jackie Hagar has always epitomized the true meaning of a team player. Not only did she practice and work hard, but she always did it with a smile. Jackie’s favorite position was anchoring the outfield from centerfield, but when there was a need she would gladly step

MHSAA’s Ruling on Winter & Spring Athletics

On Friday, April 3 the MHSAA has ruled on athletics for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The ruling can be found below. Here are the main points of the press release. The halt placed on all in-person athletic activities is still in place (Practices, Workouts, Strength Training, etc.). The completion of the winter

At Home Workouts – Athletic Preparation

As we currently sit in a Shelter in Place Order it can make it hard to workout. Thankfully Josh Gibson from Athletic Preparation has created some videos and is allowing us to share them with the OCS family. Here are a couple of videos for athletes to work on their athleticism. My encouragement would be

Boys’ Basketball District Final – Fan Update

In accordance with the mandate by the MHSAA for the District Finals game being played between Oakland Christian and Parkway Christian, the game will have a limited fan entrance. This means the general public will NOT be allowed to attend. Only the parents/legal guardians of the student-athletes and essential administrators will be allowed to attend.

Women’s Soccer Season Outlook

The 2020 Women’s Soccer Season is here! This spring, the Lancers will compete in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference (Red Division) against Roeper, Charyl Stockwell, Southfield Christian, and Lutheran Westland. The season schedule consists of 17 contests (8 conference matches). The non-conference schedule includes games against MIAC Blue teams (Lutheran Northwest, Plymouth Christian, Parkway, Clarenceville,