Great Individual Efforts Highlight Week #3 at Nashville Fall League
- Published on Thursday, 29 September 2016 21:08
- Andre Whitehead
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Halfway through the league schedule and things are starting to shape up at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League. Lets check out what went down in Week #3.
Bryce Williams (Blackman) dropped 30 as Vanderbilt moved to 2-1 with a tough and exciting 101-92 win over previously unbeaten Auburn at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League. The effort overcame a monster game from rising junior guard Jaden Lewis (Summit) who led all scorers with 33 points.
Williams led a group of five with his efforts. Clay Washburn (CPA) finished with 20, Nathan Nelson (Blackman) added 15 while Jaellan White (Blackman) added 13 and Omar Lyons (Siegel) finished with 11.
Coulter Dotson (Creek Wood) had another fine outing for Auburn finishing with 20 points in the narrow loss.
The win moves Vanderbilt to 2-1 at the midway point of the schedule. Vanderbilt battles Florida (1-2) this Saturday at CPA while Auburn (2-1) looks to get back in the win column against unbeaten Tennessee (3-0).
Balanced scoring was the flavor of the day for Tennessee as they moved to 3-0 with a tough 79-72 win over a shorthanded Kentucky squad led by Belmont commitment Grayson Murphy (Independence) who finished with a game high 26 markers.
Caleb Fields (Marshall County) had his way off the dribble leading the charge with 18 points for the victors. Brayden Jackson (Stewart's Creek) added 15 while Henry Hankins (Antioch) and K.J. Johnson (Marshall County) each had 12 in the win.
Tennessee puts their unblemished mark on the line this Saturday at CPA against an angry Auburn squad, coming off their first loss of the season. Kentucky (0-3) takes on Michigan State (0-3) with both squads looking for their first win of the season.
Ohio State 88
Jeremiah Barr (Independence) and Mason McKnatt (Grace Christian) dropped 21 points apiece as Indiana moved to 2-1 with a tough 95-88 win over Michigan State. The efforts offset an outstanding performance from Navy commitment John Carter (Summit). The rising senior dropped 24 points on an array of shots in the narrow defeat.
Corbin Daugherty (Independence) tossed in 16, Mykan James (Independence) added 15 and Keishawn Davidson (Oakland) finished with 14 in the victory.
Mike Parker (Page) scored 14, Will McBee (Loretto) added 13 and William Mizell (USN) finished with 11 in the narrow loss.
Indiana looks to stay on the winning track as they welcome unblemished Michigan (3-0) into the fold this Saturday at CPA. Ohio State looks to get off the losing schneid as they take on Maryland (2-1).
Caleb Hollander (Home School) scored 20 leading a group of seven players in double digits as Michigan got heated in a 113-86 win over Florida at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League. Hollander, who finished with 20, was joined in the massive scorebook by Devan Cambridge (PJPII) with 19, Kellen King (Brentwood) with 18, Imani Starling (Ensworth), David Smith (Cane Ridge) and Chantz Hillsman (Cane Ridge) all with 14 markers and Jonathan Howard (Cane Ridge) with 10.
Not to be outdone, Florida placed six players in double digits led by Drew Dibble (USN) with 19. James Coe (Jackson County) scored 17, Logan Miller (Rossview) and Tucker Whitten (Centennial) with 14 each, Austin Jackson (Rossview) with 12 and finally Ben Cyphers (Centennial) with 10.
Michigan puts their unbeaten mark on the line this Saturday at CPA against a surging Indiana (2-1) squad while Florida (1-2) looks to rebound against a high scoring Vanderbilt (2-1) squad.
Michigan State 69
D'Marco Holly (White's Creek) scored 22 markers as the shorthanded Maryland squad moved their season mark to 2-1 with a handy 78-69 win over Michigan State.
Evan Sigler (Franklin) and Rout Monyyong (White's Creek) each added 19 in the win while Dennis Stallings (White's Creek) finished with 18 points in the win.
Drew Weikert (MBA) scored 20 to lead Michigan State. Will Nutter (MBA) tossed in 14, Tariq Silver (Northwest) added 13, Damien Baugh (Cane Ridge) had 12 and Austin Fisher (Clarksville Academy) added 10.
Maryland goes looking for victory #3 as they take on Ohio State this Saturday at CPA. Michigan State (0-3) is bound and determined to get that elusive first win against fellow 0-3 Kentucky.
Top Individual Scoring Performances:
Jaden Lewis (Summit) 33pts
Bryce Williams (Blackman) 30pts
Grayson Murphy (Independence) 26pts
John Carter (Summit) 24pts
D'Marco Holly (White's Creek) 22pts
Jeremiah Barr (Independence) 21pts
Mason McKnatt (Grace Christian) 21pts
Coulter Dotson (Creek Wood) 20pts
Caleb Hollander (Home School) 20pts
Clay Washburn (CPA) 20pts
Drew Weikert (MBA) 20pts
Week #4 Game Schedule (10/01) (All Games at CPA)
9:00 Tennessee (3-0) vs. Auburn (2-1)
10:00 Maryland (2-1) vs. Ohio State (0-3)
11:00 Vanderbilt (2-1) vs. Florida (1-2)
12:00 Indiana (2-1) vs. Michigan (3-0)
1:00 Kentucky (0-3) vs. Michigan State (0-3)