Second-ranked Oak Hill Academy (Va.) dropped the curtain on the 2015-16 season by winning the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals at Madison Square Garden for the first time.
The Warriors (45-1) let an 18-point third-quarter lead slip away but still managed to defeat No. 7 La Lumiere (Ind.), 62-60, in overtime.
Although Oak Hill set a school record for victories and ended the season on a 42-game winning streak, it wasn’t enough to overtake Chino Hills (Calif.) for the National Prep Poll’s final No. 1 ranking. The top-ranked Huskies (35-0) – who captured their first California state title last week --- remained in the top spot for the 15th consecutive edition of the poll. They are the first Prep Poll champion from California since Compton Dominguez in 1999-2000.