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Former Warrior, Martice Moore, Passes Away

Martice Moore

On July 16th we said goodbye to a member of our Oak Hill family, Martice Moore. Class of 1992, Martice graduated with honors and was a McDonald's and Parade All-American. He attended Georgia Tech following his senior year at Oak Hill, where he was the ACC Freshman of the Year in 1993 before transferring to the University of Colorado, where he was a standout athlete from 1995-97. Read More »

Dwayne’s Diary: Dreams Realized

OHA Senior Guard, Dwayne Bacon

By Dwayne Bacon, Senior

It's been a while since my last entry, but trust me, I have a great excuse. The 2014-15 Oak Hill squad has been going to work every day on and off the court. We have achieved almost all of our goals. Read More »

Smith & Bacon Among Naismith Finalists


The Atlanta Tipoff Club has announced finalists for the Naismith Boys High School Coach of the Year & Player of the Year Awards. Among the finalists are Warriors Head Coach Steve Smith and Senior Guard Dwayne Bacon. Read More »

USA Today: No. 1 Oak Hill Academy one win away from record season


By:  | March 2, 2015

The Warriors are 44-0 with their last regular-season game at home Tuesday night against Southwest Christian (Little Rock). Oak Hill also is playing in the the DICK’S Sporting Goods High School Nationals basketball tournament, so it could conceivably finish 48-0. One of the wins came by forfeit because Hamilton (Memphis, Tenn.) was using an ineligible player when it beat Oak Hill in January. “We’ve had five or six games that were still in the balance in the fourth quarter,” Smith said. “I knew we had a good team, but our schedule was pretty tough. This team has persevered. We had only one major injury with Rodney (Miller), but I am really surprised with how well this team has played together. They have really bought into the tradition and success of Oak Hill.” Read More »

Today’s U Feature


The Middle of Nowhere: Oak Hill Academy, the Best Basketball Program on the Planet by: Andrew Beverly, Today's U

For the best high school basketball program ever, it’s all about “family.” Starting senior point guard and leader Terrance Phillips, who recently committed to play at the University of Missouri next year, probably summed it up best: “Here, it’s a brotherhood. It’s about the guys in the house with you and the guys who came before you. This is where you go to get better. This is where you go to mature. If you don’t get better, that’s on you.” Read More »