Boyd Named MVP and Champion of the West Tennessee Fall League

Dedric Boyd (Haywood) pulled off double duty capturing the regular season and tournament MVP honors as his Cavaliers brought home the title in the inaugural West Tennessee Fall League.





Boyd, a rising Class of 2017 guard, scored 36 points as his Cavaliers finished off the Spurs in large fashion to the tune of 108-78.

Another member of the Boyd household, little brother Demarious Boyd (Haywood), a rising freshman, led the Cavaliers with 37 points on the day.

Thomas Harvey (TCA) led the Spurs with 21 in the title game loss. Isaiah Pearson (Lexington) added 17 and Garrett Hollenbeck (JCS) finished with 16.


Playoff Opening Rounds

The road to the title game started with the first round of the league playoffs which saw the Hawks defeat the Grizzlies behind 28 from Vann Bryant (TCA), 23 points from Jake Runyon (Lexington) and 11 from Najee Rumph (Jackson Northside).

Marquise Perram (Jackson Northside) led the Grizzlies with 19.

In the other first round playoff game the Bulls behind 24 from Trevon Bryant (Lexington) and 11 from teammate Christian Linton (Lexington) bested the Lakers despite 23 from Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) and 13 from David Murray (Liberty Tech).


Playoff Semi-Finals

Dedric Boyd was huge in the first semi-final game tossing in 50 markers as the Cavaliers shot down the Hawks 119-78. The younger Boyd had another fantastic game scoring 38 points of his own in the win.

In the other semi-final contest the Spurs used a last second shot to get past the hard nosed Bulls and set up their championship game with the Cavaliers.

Donte Brown (Sacred Heart) led the Spurs with 17 followed by Harvey with 15 and Hollenbeck with 13 in the win.

Linton took game high scoring honors with 24 for the Bulls in defeat.


As previously mentioned, Boyd swept the accolade ceremonies winning the dual MVP honors. Jarrett was named Offensive MVP and Tevion Young (Crockett County) took home the Defensive MVP honors.

All-Tournament Team:

Dedric Boyd (Haywood)

Vann Bryant (TCA)

David Murry (Liberty Tech)

Demarious Boyd (Haywood)

Tevion Young (Crockett County)

Thomas Harvey (TCA)

Bryce McBride (Jackson Southside)

Nahjee Rumph (Jackson Northside)

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood)