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by Andre Whitehead

Huge Scoring Efforts Highlight Week #2 at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League

Some monster scoring performances highlighted the second week of the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League at CPA. Lets check out the action.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michigan 97

Ohio State 82

David Smith (Cane Ridge) set the scoring tone for the weekend dropping a league high 48 points keeping his Michigan squad unbeaten with a 97-82 win over Ohio State.

Will Midlick (Rossview) added 17 while Octavian Arnold (Gallatin) pitched in with 16 in the victory.

Will Pegeus (Hillsboro) and Price Tramel (Oakland) led the way for Ohio State scoring 16 and 15 respectively.

Nate Bloedorn (Nolensville) added 11 and high school teammate Nathan Foutch (Nolensville) closed with 10.

After our two week hiatus, action kicks back on September 23rd at CPA with Michigan (2-0) putting their gaudy mark on the line against a tough Florida (1-1) group.

Ohio State (0-2) looks to right the ship as they tangle with Indiana (1-1).  

 

 

Florida 135

Auburn 95

Jayson Brown (Beech) led seven teammate in double digits with a large 41 spot as Florida scored well and often drifting past Auburn 135-95 in Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League action.

Mitchell Sorensen (Beech) added 25, Hudson Stroman (Nolensville) and A.J. Robertson (Beech) finished with 15 points each, Patrick Conger (Father Ryan) and Derron Perry (Riverdale) closed with 12 each and Mason McKnatt (Grace Christian) added 11 in the big victory.

Bryce McBride (Jackson Southside) and Keyshawn Collier (Ensworth) led Auburn with 29 and 27 points.

Dennis Stallings (White's Creek) finished with 12 in the loss.

High scoring Florida (1-1) takes on unbeaten Michigan on September 23rd at CPA when the Fall League commences again. Auburn (1-1) looks to bounce back against Vanderbilt (0-2).  

 

 

Kentucky 95

Vanderbilt 88

Cole Monson (Rossview) led six teammates in double digits with 17 as Kentucky moved to 2-0 on the young season with a 95-88 triumph over Vanderbilt.

Isaac Polk (Summit) and Cecil Trotter (Hillsboro) finished with 14 points each, Max Leineweber (Rossview) contributed 13, Cole Levin (Rossview) closed with 11 and Rashaad Thompson (Riverdale) finished with 10.

Jordan Lockridge (Mt. Juliet) had a big game in defeat, finishing with a game high 28.

Chantz Hillsman (Cane Ridge) and Nathan Nelson (Blackman) scored 14 points each, Samuel Blackwell (Home School) added 11 and Brandon Thomas (Blackman) closed with 10.

Kentucky (2-0) puts their unblemished mark on the line a couple weeks from now against Tennessee (1-1) while Vanderbilt (0-2) looks to get on the winning side of the ledger against Auburn (1-1).

 

 

Indiana 74

Michigan State 70

James Franklin (Siegel) led a balanced Indiana attack with 17 points leading them to a 74-70 win over a surging Michigan State squad.  

Kareem Aaron (Siegel) added 16 points, Donald Fitzgerald (Hillsboro) finished with 14, Isaiah Bowers (White's Creek) contributed 11 and Syeed Anderson (Lead Academy) closed with 10.

Ethan Jones (Siegel) was high scorer for Michigan State with 17 followed closely by Joseph Howard (Siegel) with 13 and Will Nutter (MBA) with 10.

Indiana (1-1) looks to stay on the winning track as they welcome Ohio State (0-2) on September 23rd at CPA.

Michigan State (0-2) battles unbeaten Maryland (2-0).

 

 

Maryland 95

Tennessee 94

K.J. Johnson (Marshall County) led six players in double digits with 26 as Maryland remained unbeaten with a tough 95-94 win over Tennessee in what was billed as the best game of the day.  

George Corzine (USN) chipped in with 15, William Christie-Mizell (USN) and Truman Christie-Mizell (Currey Ingram) scored 12 points each, Caleb Fields (Marshall County) and Jared Ward (White House) closed with 11 points each in the win.

Trey Trotter (Summertown) took scoring honors for Tennessee with 22 markers.

Gabriel Martin (Blackman) added 18, Jalen Page (Blackman) contributed 17 and Silas Clark (Cumberland County) finished with 10.

Maryland (2-0) puts their gaudy mark on the line in a couple weeks against Michigan State (0-2) while Tennessee (1-1) battles division leader Kentucky (2-0).  

 

 

Top Individual Scoring Performances (Week #2)

David Smith (Cane Ridge) 48pts

Jayson Brown (Beech) 41pts

Bryce McBride (Jackson Southside) 29pts

Jordan Lockridge (Mt. Juliet) 28pts

Keyshawn Collier (Ensworth) 27pts

K.J. Johnson (Marshall County) 26pts

Mitchell Sorensen (Beech) 25pts

Trey Trotter (Summertown) 22pts

Gabriel Martin (Blackman) 18pts

James Franklin (Siegel) 17pts

Ethan Jones (Siegel) 17pts

Will Midlick (Rossview) 17pts

Cole Monson (Rossview) 17pts

Jalen Page (Blackman) 17pts

 

 

Week #3 Game Schedule (September 23rd @ CPA)

9:00 Vanderbilt (0-2) vs. Auburn (1-1)

10:00 Tennessee (1-1) vs. Kentucky (2-0)

11:00 Indiana (1-1) vs. Ohio State (0-2)

12:00 Florida (1-1) vs. Michigan (2-0)

1:00 Maryland (2-0) vs. Michigan State (0-2)