High school teams cope with tough travel schedules
The Oak Hill Academy Warriors are accustomed to stuffing their long bodies into planes, trains, automobiles, vans and buses. Roads games are the norm.
Oak Hill, a Baptist-affiliated boarding school from Mouth of Wilson, Va., rarely plays home games at its outdated gymnasium in rural Grayson County, a long jump shot from the North Carolina state line.
Road games are a privilege when you play for America's perennial boys basketball powerhouse. The team has earned the moniker "Road Warriors" ...
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