Bowden Leads a Massive Week #10 State Scoring List

Here is our weekly list of the top scoring performances in the state, separated by East, Middle and West Tennessee distinction. One of our favorite features as relayed to me by numerous college coaches of all levels.

This is also the forum to announce milestones including 1,000 point scoring efforts and such. Please let me know if we miss any of that information. You can email me at 



My intent is to post this list every Monday or Tuesday throughout the season.

Lucas Campbell (CAK) put his name out front in the record books for the Warriors scoring 38 points in a win over Grace Christian. The 38 points constituted a school record for points in game. Campbell started the week in good fashion dropping a 25 spot on district foe Kingston.

A host of ballers topped the exclusive 1,000 point barrier for their respective schools this past week. Taylor Murray (Oliver Springs) surpassed the 1,000 point mark with a 24 point effort against rival Wartburg Central. Over in Jefferson County a pair of Patriots forever etched their name in the school archives. John Bryant (Jefferson County) and Kyle Briggs (Jefferson County) each accomplished the feat this past week. Congrats to all for their awesome achievements.

After losing a cavalcade of seniors last season the Cubs of Cheatham County were not expected to make such noise in the mid-state area. State ranked and leading their district the Cubs are ready for the post season behind the scoring exploits of rising junior guard Austin Douglas (Cheatham County). Douglas had a very productive week scoring 25 against White House and closing the week with a cool 32 against Sycamore.

School records are meant to be broken. Jordan Bowden (Carter) scored a school record 54 points leading Carter past district foe Gibbs and establishing himself as the record holder for most points in a game breaking the mark of current ETSU junior Lester Wilson.

Julian Daughtery (Millington Central) is a name not very familiar with the folks around the state yet after his scoring exploits this week they should get to know him. Daughtery began the week scoring 43 points against Arlington and concluded the campaign with 35 large against Bolton. Now that's production.

Maverick Smith (Oakdale) was not about to let his team lose. The rising sophomore wing knew he was in a battle and kept making buckets to get his team past district foe Oneida. When all the dust had cleared Smith finished with a career high 40 markers.

A couple of hot shot juniors made their way onto the 1,000 point list this week. Tyler Byrd (Notre Dame) has been a fixture on this list every week while Ross Cummings (Creek Wood) is dropping buckets for one o the two unbeaten teams left in the state. This week was good to both young men as they surpassed the 1,000 point barrier for their respective schools.

LaGerald Vick (Douglass) and his teammates experienced some bad news earlier in the season when some of their wins were taken away but it hasn't stopped the SMU commit from piling on the points as the playoffs await around the corner. Vick began the week slow only dropping 31 against Trezevant but then picked up the pace with a 42 spot against Manassas to close it out.

Kobe Kelly (Grace Christian) filled out his resume and is daring anyone to challenge him for district MVP honors. The senior football star had himself a big hoops week scoring 28 points in a district win over Harriman then adding a hard fought 34 as the Rams fell to Class AA CAK in overtime.


East Tennessee

Jorden Bowden (Carter) 54pts vs. Gibbs

Maverick Smith (Oakdale) 40pts vs. Oneida

Lucas Campbell (CAK) 38pts vs. Grace Christian

Trey Hampton (Grundy County) 38pts vs. Chattanooga Christian

Trey Torres (Campbell County) 36pts vs. Clinton

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) 35pts vs. Red Bank

Kobe Kelley (Grace Christian) 34pts vs. CAK

Brady Nease (Union County) 33pts vs. Pigeon Forge

Kelvin Jackson (Carter) 30pts vs. Knoxville Webb

Cage West (Oneida) 30pts vs. Oakdale

Branson Beasley (Wartburg Central) 29pts vs. Oliver Springs

Terry Billingsley (Lookout Valley) 29pts vs. South Pittsburgh

Kobe Kelley (Grace Christian) 28pts vs. Harriman

Tyler Byrd (Notre Dame) 27pts vs. Signal Mountain

Jordan Coffin (Karns) 27pts vs. Knoxville Central

Hunter Crouch (Clarkrange) 27pts vs. Monterey

Aaron Noe (Oliver Springs) 27pts vs. Wartburg Central

Jarrod Roberts (Grace Baptist) 27pts vs. Lookout Valley

Riley Dempsey (Sequatchie County) 26pts vs. Bledsoe County

Tyler Seaburg (Baylor) 26pts vs. Bradley Central

Kentrell Williams (Fulton) 26pts vs. Gatlinburg-Pittman

McKenna Blevins (South Pittsburgh) 25pts vs. Lookout Valley

Lucas Campbell (CAK) 25pts vs. Kingston

Quan Harrison (Greeneville) 25pts vs. Grainger

Mark Thomas (Gibbs) 25pts vs. Carter


Middle Tennessee

Will Alexander (Maplewood) 39pts vs. MLK

Davonte Leslie (Shelbyville) 37pts vs. Smyrna

Kordell Henderson (White County) 36pts vs. Warren County

John Payne (Goodpasture) 36pts vs. Watertown

Bo Hodges (Maplewood) 33pts vs. Lipscomb Academy

Austin Douglas (Cheatham County) 32pts vs. Sycamore

John Michael Ferrell (Pickett County) 32pts vs. Gordonsville

Matt Brown (Sycamore) 31pts vs. Cheatham County

John Payne (Goodpasture) 31pts vs. Watertown

Chris Claybrooks (McGavock) 30pts vs. Nashville Overton

Jalen Duke (MLK) 29pts vs. Hume Fogg

Kobe Foster (Huntland) 29pts vs. Eagleville

Colt Nokes (Gordonsville) 28pts vs. Pickett County

Thomas Smith (Hillsboro) 28pts vs. Hillwood

DeMarco Jackson (Lead Academy) 27pts vs. East Robertson

Dawson Abbott (Pickett County) 26pts vs. Clarkrange

Holden Baker (Warren County) 26pts vs. White County

Joe Critchlow (Franklin) 26pts vs. Summit

Nolan Fussell (Houston County) 26pts vs. Clarksville Academy

Connor Hall (Jackson County) 26pts vs. Watertown

Jordan Sandifer (Pearl Cohn) 26pts vs. Stratford

Thomas Booker (East Nashville) 25pts vs. Pearl Cohn

Luke Dixon (Father Ryan) 25pts vs. Baylor

Austin Douglas (Cheatham County) 25pts vs. White House

Connor Hall (Jackson County) 25pts vs. Monterey

Tristan Kelly (Santa Fe) 25pts vs. Cornersville

Peyton Sockwell (Lawrence County) 25pts vs. Columbia Central


West Tennessee

Chad Culbreath (Ripley) 45pts vs. Covington

Julian Daughtery (Millington Central) 43pts vs. Arlington

LaGerald Vick (Douglass) 42pts vs. Manassas

Julian Daughtery (Millington Central) 35pts vs. Bolton

Chris McNeal (Jackson Southside) 35pts vs. Lexington

Chad Culbreath (Ripley) 33pts vs. Halls

Kalen Johnson (Liberty Tech) 33pts vs. Jackson Northside

Logan Dyess (South Gibson) 32pts vs. Crockett County

Terrance Vaughn (Carver) 31pts vs. GRAD Academy

LaGerald Vick (Douglass) 31pts vs. Trezevant

Brett Warner (Collierville) 30pts vs. Houston

Jordan Fairman (GRAD Academy) 29pts vs. Carver

Deonte Fitzpatrick (Southwind) 29pts vs. Houston

K.J. Lawson (Hamilton) 29pts vs. Memphis Central

Brenden Holliday (West Carroll) 28pts vs. Clarksburg

K.J. Lawson (Hamilton) 28pts vs. Memphis East

Nych Smith (White Station) 28pts vs. Ramsey (AL)

Anhtony Yarbrough (Harding) 28pts vs. FACS

Nathan Hoover (Arlington) 27pts vs. Cordova

Marlon Hunter (Houston) 27pts vs. Collierville

Jack Surber (McKenzie) 27pts vs. Henry County

Christopher Campbell (Raleigh-Egypt) 26pts vs. Manassas

Pechone Jackson (Carver) 26pts vs. GRAD Academy

Dedric Lawson (Hamilton) 26pts vs. Memphis East

Hunter Vick (Camden Central) 26pts vs. Hickman County

Keith Wilson (Memphis Overton) 26pts vs. Melrose

Adarius Avery (Arlington) 25pts vs. Millington Central

Jordan Brown (Middle College) 25pts vs. MSE

Erin James (Middle College) 25pts vs. KIPP

Jake Walker (Clarksburg) 25pts vs. West Carroll

Brett Warner (Collierville) 25pts vs. Brighton