Drayton Jones scored 16 points and Dontae Russo-Nance added 15 points as Oak Hill (VA) won the seventh-place game of the National bracket with a 52-40 victory over Providence Day School (NC).

The Warriors came out strong in the early morning contest and never trailed. They jumped to a 17-11 lead after the first quarter and led by as many as 16 points in the third quarter. The closest the Chargers got in the second half was 38-31.

Oak Hill turned 17 Providence Day turnovers into a 16-7 advantage on points off turnovers.

Oak Hill came into the tournament with a perfect 12-0 record but lost the first two days under first-year coach Yerrick Stoneman. Stoneman is the former coach at Ridge View (SC) and had played in the tournament three previous times.

Riley Allenspach, a Western Kentucky signee, finished off a strong tournament for Providence Day with 16 points. Kaden Magwood chipped in with 10 points for Oak Hill.