The CCS girls topped their opponent 41-25, and saw their scoring hit double digits in two quarters.
After scoring 12 points in the first quarter, CCS ended the half with a 21-7 lead over Oakwood.
The scoring scenario was almost reversed in the second half, with nine points being scored in the third and 11 in the final quarter.
Oakwood was able to get 12 points on the board in the third quarter and six points in the fourth.
Holly Sutton led CCS with 13 points, while Whitney White had 12 points of her own.
Acacia Thompson had nine points, Emily Sexton five and Hope Nix finished with two points.
Following the girls’ lead, the CCS boys came away with a victory of their own over Oakwood, winning 68-51.
The game was a much closer contest, with the Cleveland Christian boys starting out with only a two-point lead in the first quarter and finishing the half out with a 30-24 lead.
CCS solidified its lead in the third quarter, outscoring Oakwood 19-10.
Nineteen more points were scored by Cleveland Christian in the final quarter, while Oakwood’s 17 points were not enough to stage an upset.
Chris Reynolds led the way with 38 points Tuesday night, with Bo Martin racking up 19 points of his own.
Naaman Mowery had six points, while Matthew Mathis finished with five.