OAKLAND — Cassidy Jones and Hadley Brooksby combined for 13 steals and Oakland didn't allow Weston-McEwen to stay close as the Oakers picked up a 63-27 nonleague girls basketball victory on Saturday at the Nut House.

Brooksby led all scorers with 24 points and had seven steals. Grace Witten added 14 points for the Oakers and Jones finished with six points, nine rebounds and six steals.

"We saw what we do well and we saw some things we need to work on," OHS coach Don Witten said. "People are stepping up and learning their roles. It's good to see."

Weston-McEwen (0-2) was coming off a double-overtime loss to Regis on Friday night, 65-56. Katie Vescio led the TigerScots with 13 points.

Oakland (2-0) has allowed 45 points in two games and is averaging 56.5 per game. The Oakers will host Elkton on Tuesday.


WESTON-McEWEN (27) — Katie Vescio 13, Scheibner 4, Lambert 4, Munck 3, Hearn 2, King 1, Burke, Davis, Fehrenbacker, Smith, Hazen. Totals 9 8-16 27.

OAKLAND (63) — Hadley Brooksby 24, Witten 14, Parnell 7, Jones 6, Yard 6, Cagle 4, Hollins 2, Simonson, Beard, Bean, Braack. Totals 26 9-16 63.

Weston-McEwen;6;6;8;7;—;27

Oakland;16;28;13;6;—;63

3-Point Goals — W.M. 1 (Munck), Oak. 2 (Brooksby 2). Total Fouls — W.M. 14, Oak. 15.

Sports reporter Aaron Yost can be reached at 541-957-4219 or email ayost@nrtoday.com. Follow him on Twitter @aaron_yost.

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