Oregon State football wins Eastwood Field Games

The Oregon State men’s basketball team defeated Eastwood Fields in the finals of the Eastwood Football Tournament in Orlando, Florida.

Oregon State’s Bryce Perkins scored 23 points, and Deandre Johnson had 16 points and seven assists for the Eagles.

The Eagles (14-2, 5-2 Big Ten) won their second straight Eastwood game, beating Michigan State (11-3, 5, 6) on Saturday.

The Eagles, who have won seven straight Eastwoods, have won nine straight at home.

They beat Texas A&M and Indiana on their way to a 69-64 victory on Friday.

Johnson had a game-high 25 points, including eight 3-pointers.

The senior also added seven rebounds.

Defensively, Johnson finished with 10 tackles.

Perkins scored 14 points, which included a steal and a blocked shot. 

Johnson had 11 points and four rebounds. 

Alyssa Johnson, the No. 5 player in the ESPN 300, is ranked No. 4.

The other five players are: Darrin Reedy, No. 7; Amandla Stenberg, No 7; Taylor Lewan, No 8; and Katelyn Jenkins, No 9.

The four players with No. 10 rankings are: Katelynn Jenkins, Oklahoma; and Darrine Reedy and Kailyn Jenkins of Georgia.

In a game that was a bit of a homecoming for both teams, both teams made sure the fans in attendance had something to cheer about.

It was a great night for the Ducks, and a great game for the fans of Eastwood.

It was great to see the support, the atmosphere, and the love for the sport.

Oregon State will be looking to continue its momentum as they continue their run to the NCAA Tournament.