We have put together the Top 25 scoring efforts from this past Monday's Sub-State Contests.
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Galen Campbell (Fulton) has played the second half of his senior campaign with staunch leadership and has made it an effort to bring along his young teammates to the level that is expected at Fulton. Campbell netted 23 points in the sub-state victory over Greeneville and he will be a preferred walk-on for Bruce Pearl and the Tennessee Volunteers next season.
Justin Davenport (Cannon County) has had a outstanding senior season. The 5'9 gunner notched 23 points in his squad's loss to Howard in the sub-state but his efforts did not go unnoticed as he will sign with Maryville College and continue his hoops career playing for legendary Scots mentor Randy Lambert.
Nathaniel Hughes (Hampton) netted 40 markers leading Hampton past Harriman and a spot in the state tournament. This has been a dream season for Hughes who is also a finalist for the coveted Mr. Basketball award in Class A.
Cedric Williams (Siegel) proved the old adage correct; size does matter as the UNC-Wilmington signee notched 31 points in the Stars sub-state victory over a feisty and talented Cleveland squad.
Ty Greene (Bearden) snagged 26 points in the Bulldogs sub-state victory over Morristown East. Greene, who has signed with USC-Upstate, is playing his best ball of the season and his Bulldogs are more than ready to make some noise in the ‘boro.
Laron Black (White Station) led the Spartans with 24 points in their victory over Cordova in sub-state action. Black has been an improving force on a team with three D1 signees, oh yeah he is just a FRESHMAN.
Monte Burney (Clarksville) and Zavion Williams (West Creek) are letting the good people of this state know that some outstanding basketball is being played in the Clarksville area. Burney notched 26 points in the win over Nashville Overton and Williams, a Lipscomb signee, scored 23 leading West Creek past Brentwood and both young men will be front and center at the state tournament.
Kendall Anthony (Liberty Tech) is poised and ready to avenge last year's state final defeat at the hands of Bolivar Central. Anthony will have the Crusaders in high gear from the jump and the opening round match-up with Fulton will be an instant classic.
Sub-State Scoring List:
Nathaniel Hughes (Hampton) 40pts vs. Harriman
Dray Mercer (Perry County) 36pts vs. Clarksville Academy
Matthew Potter (Cloudland) 35pts vs. Jellico
Trent Boles (Clay County) 34pts vs. Lookout Valley
Kedren Johnson (Marshall County) 34pts vs. East Literature
Cedric Williams (Siegel) 31pts vs. Cleveland
Javonte Woody (Middleton) 26pts vs. Humboldt
Monte Burney (Clarksville) 26pts vs. Nashville Overton
Ty Greene (Bearden) 26pts vs. Morristown East
DeAndre McKinnie (Bolivar Central) 25pts vs. BTW
Laron Black (White Station) 24pts vs. Cordova
Kadijon Townsend (Giles County) 24pts vs. Sycamore
Quan Campbell (Humboldt) 24pts vs. Middleton
Zavion Williams (West Creek) 23pts vs. Brentwood
Ricky Boyd (Lake County) 23pts vs. Westwood
Donte Arnwime (McMinn County) 23pts vs. Lawrence County
Galen Campbell (Fulton) 23pts vs. Greeneville
Martavious Newby (BTW) 23pts vs. Bolivar Central
Justin Davenport (Cannon County) 23pts vs. Howard
Malcolm Smith (Clarksville Academy) 22pts vs. Perry County
JayJuan Mitchell (Knoxville West) 22pts vs. Science Hill
Robert Troino (Stone Memorial) 22pts vs. Unicoi County
Martin Smith (Clarksville Academy) 22pts vs. Perry County
Cody Shelton (Brentwood) 21pts vs. West Creek
Derrick Hudson (Middleton) 21pts vs. Humboldt
Logan Lyle (Unicoi County) 21pts vs. Stone Memorial
Cedric McAfee (Melrose) 20pts vs. Craigmont
Sam Craft (Craigmont) 20pts vs. Melrose