SoCalHoops High School News
Jason Day: More Reebok Vegas Prep
Oak Hill Academy Pics--(Dec. 28, 1998)
Our friend and correspondent Jason Day has been working with Larry Gray, who took some great pictures at the Reebok Classic. These are mostly of Oak Hill and their opponents, and given the quality of the equipment that Larry was using, they are a lot sharper and clearer than anything we've been ab le to shoot with our little Sony Mavica digital camera. We hope you enjoy them. And if you are in SoCal, then you'll want to make plans to attend the Nike Extravaganza this February where you'll see Oak Hill take on Dominguez for the second year in a row.
THE REEBOK CLASSIC IN PICTURES--Oak Hill
by Jason Day
photos by Larry Gray
First and foremost....Merry Christmas, Happy
Kwanza, Happy Hanukah, Happy Ramadan (except you Saddam)...Well...just happy holidays to
all of you.
Secondly, we're very sorry for taking so long to get this stuff up...there are lots of reasons (excuses) but I'll spare you the gory details. Anyway, we're back and we brought a ton of flicks with us and we hope you enjoy
|Chris Williams #32 against Inglewood.||Terry Reynolds #23 with the good form.|
The Sentinels, who I think are one of the better teams around the L.A. area, were just overpowered by Oak Hill (like all of their opponents were) and lost 97-50.
(Left): Abdou Diame #40, a Senegalese transfer, is a 6'8 skywalker. Fontana's Baron Baker #5, at 5'10 shows that he can leap with the big boys. However, the big boys still won by 30.
(Right) Unknown Oak Hill player takes Inglewood's #12 to the
it was Lenny, but he was "up dere" wasn't he.
Travis Watson, a "dunkmeister" in his own right, hassles the inbounds pass.
©Copyright 1998 All rights reserved
Questions? Comments? Need Information?