Oakman scored a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter, notching the score at 8-8 and then taking a 14-8 lead going into the half. Christian Hubbard scored both touchdowns, on a run and a reception from quarterback Malachi Bridges. In the third quarter, St. James marched down the field on its second possession, going 46 yards in seven plays with Bennett Blankenship scoring on a short run for a 15-14 Trojans lead with 2:29 left in the third quarter. With 9:37 left in the game, Oakman grabbed its last lead with Williams picking off a Drew Fett pass — his first interception of the season — and racing 57 yards to the end zone, giving Oakman a 20-15 advantage. The lead didn’t last long. St. James got a kickoff return to its own 46-yard line and put together a 54-yard, six-play drive endng with a Paul Windham touchdown run with seven minutes left in the game for the 23-20 lead. Oakman fumbled the ensuing kickoff. St. James got as close as the six-yard line before penalties backed them up. The Trojans eventually turned the ball over on downs with 1:59 left. Oakman’s final drive ended on three plays and St. James closed the game out in victory formation.