Bixler had six steals and five rebounds. Keisling had four assists, four boards and two steals.
“I have to give a shoutout to my sophomore brother Bixler,” Keisling said. “He really stepped it up tonight. Last night he struggled and I struggled a little bit this game, but he got us going. And our freshman [Evan Ohman] stepped up. I can’t call him a freshman anymore because he’s playing like a senior almost. So a shoutout to the whole team. I’m just so proud of my whole team.”
Taylor led Oak Hill with 20 points. Reese Metzger had eight and Mauk and Caleb Maggard added seven apiece.
“They were better that I thought they were. They were a surprise,” Keisling said. “It was really fun to play against them.”
Oak Hill shot 20 of 38 from the field (52.6 percent) but Cass forced 20 turnovers and committed just four.