OAKLAND — The Oakland boys basketball team torched Weston-McEwen with a 27-point first quarter and it was smooth sailing the rest of the way for the Oakers on Saturday.

Oakland (2-0) cruised to a 69-35 nonleague victory at the Nut House, with Colton Brownson scoring 19 points.

Brownson also had five rebounds, four steals, four assists and three blocked shots. Triston Mask added 12 points and Jacob Brooksby scored 11. Noah Strempel contributed six assists and five rebounds, while Austin Madden dished out five assists and grabbed seven boards.

Stockton Hoffman scored 28 points for the TigerScots (0-2), who trailed 45-18 at halftime. The Oakers hit 13 3-point field goals in the contest, giving them 23 for the weekend.

"We got off to a great start offensively and shared the ball good," said Oakland coach Jeff Clark.

The Oakers host Elkton on Tuesday night in a nonleague game.

WESTON-MCEWEN (35) — Stockton Hoffman 28, Ezell 2, McGill 2, Peal 2, Elizares 1, Rudolph, White, Ball, Wolf, Gambill, Dalyrimple, Flores. Totals 11-36 8-16 35. 

OAKLAND (69) — Colton Brownson 19, Mask 12, Brooksby 11, Miller 6, Roberson 5, Madden 4, Cummings 4, Reynolds 3, Strempel 3, Chastain 1, Clements 1, Harbour, Allen, Tolliver. Totals 24-60 8-23 69.



3-Point Goals — W.M. 5 (Hoffman), Oak. 13 (Mask 4, Brooksby 3, Brownson 2, Strempel 1, Miller 1, Cummings 1, Reynolds 1). Total Fouls — W.M. 19, Oak. 13. Rebounds — W.M. 31 (McGill 5), Oak. 49 (Madden 7).

Sports Editor Tom Eggers can be reached at 541-957-4220 or email teggers@nrtoday.com.

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