Christ Presbyterian Academy (CPA) ran past Charlotte Christian to grab third place at the 29th annual Arby's Classic in Bristol this past week.
The Lions finished 3-1 at the event and Belmont signee Craig Bradshaw (CPA) was named the MVP of the tourney after averaging 22.3 points per game in four contests.
The Lions moved into the semi-finals with a stirring triple overtime game against Ursrping from Germany.
Bradshaw was magnificent finishing with 29 points and capturing the hearts of the Arby's Classic faithful with his hustle and determination.
Bradhsaw would finish with 31 in the semi-final loss to The Christ School, who would eventually win the tournament.
Jalen Lindsey (CPA) scored 14 in the overtime classic and added 18 in the semi-final loss. For his effort he was named to the All-Tournament squad.
The Christ School took the championship with a 73-66 victory over Mentor (OH). Leading the charge for the Christ School were former Science Hill stars Shannon Hale and Jaylen Allen.
Other Tennessee squads who participated in the event included:
Sevier County 1-2
Sullivan East 0-2
Tennessee High 1-2
Scoring efforts from the Arby's with at least two games played:
Craig Bradshaw (CPA) 22.3
Devin Schmidt (Sevier County) 18.0
Ty Ryans (Cherokee) 16.3
Jordan Washington (Craigmont) 16.3
James Scales (Cherokee) 15.7
Jalen Lindsey (CPA) 14.8
Sam Craft (Craigmont) 13.0
Cory Combs (Dobyns-Bennett) 12.7
Nathan Terrill (Tennessee) 12.7
Jake Allsmiller (CPA) 11.8
Tyleke Love (Dobyns-Bennett) 11.3