Catching up on the action at the CABC Fall League in Chattanooga. Details from Week #2 and Week #3. Check it out.
Week #2 Results
Rodney Benford (Chattanooga Central) led a group of four in double digits with 16 as the Clippers ignited the Rockets 88-53 in opening game action of Week #2 at the CABC in Chattanooga.
Joining Benford in the scoring column were Kentrell Evans (Brainerd) with 12 and Jared Roberts (Grace Baptist) and Todd Landsden (CSAS) with 10 each. Landsden also grabbed a game high 11 boards.
Davian Wheeler (Notre Dame) was high man for the Rockets with 13. Mac Hunt (McCallie) added 11 in the loss.
Jay Lane (Chattanooga Central) and Junior Clay (McCallie) scored 12 and 10 respectively as the balanced Thunder attack clipped the Bulls 64-63 in CABC action.
Terron Hayes (Chattanooga Central) led the Bulls with 16 followed closely by Parris Clarke (Boyd Buchanan) with 15 and Darius Graves (CSAS) with 11.
Malik McConnell (Red Bank) dropped 17 as the Warriors hung on to furious Cavaliers charge getting the narrow victory 68-66. JaMichael Poole (Chattanooga Central) added 13 in the victory.
Caden Mills (Van Buren County) continues to shine with a 17 point effort followed closely by Hank Norton (Georgia) with 16.
Week #3 Results
Terron Hayes (Chattanooga Central) scored a league high 27 as the Bulls moved to 2-1 on the season with a 70-45 win over the Rockets (0-3).
Joining Hayes in the scoring ledger were Ryan Montgomery (Chattanooga Central) with 15 and Parris Clarke (Boyd Buchanan) with 10.
Henley Edge (McCallie) led all scorers with 14 as the Warriors moved their record to 2-1 with a 59-51 shaving of the Clippers. Tradyl Autry (Red Bank) added 12 and Max Shulman (McCallie) finished with 10 in the win.
Rodney Benford (Chattanooga Central) and Todd Landsden (CSAS) finished with 13 and 12 respectively.
Hunter Erickson (Georgia) dropped a game high 21 as the Thunder remained unblemished at 3-0 securing the victory 77-52 over the Cavaliers.
Ray Reeves (Georgia) and Shunn Moorer (CSAS) added 17 each in the win.