The Warriors behind 16 points from Max Shulman (McCallie) and 15 from Malik McConnell (Red Bank) came away as the champions of the CABC Fall League in Chattanooga to the tune of 78-57.
The Warriors started strong and never let up leading by 11 at the break they increased their lead and snatched the title.
Junior Clay (McCallie) took game high scoring honors with 17 in the loss. Adrian Thomas (McCallie) added 15 and Riley Melancon (Bledsoe County) added 10 in the loss.
JaMichael Poole (Chattanooga Central) added 12 for the victors.
In the third place contest the Rockets placed four in double digits and slid past the Bulls 68-54. Johnnie MaGhee (Red Bank) led the Rockets with 14, followed by Patrick Urey (Baylor) and Dejonte Ross (Brainerd) with 13 each. Mac Hunt (McCallie) added 10 in the victory.
Terron Hayes (Chattanooga Central) led all scorers with 20 in defeat for the Bulls.
Kentrell Evans (Brainerd) dropped 21 markers as the Clippers brought home the 5th place crown with a 73-53 win over the Cavaliers.
Rodney Benford (Chattanooga Central) added 18 and League MVP Todd Landsen (CSAS) finished with 15 points and 11 boards.
Caden Mills (Van Buren County) and Chavis Rahming (McCallie) scored 10 each for the Cavaliers in the loss.
Lansden took home the MVP trophy and was joined on the 1st Team All-League glitter squad by:
Todd Lansden (CSAS) MVP
Ryan Montgomery (Chattanooga Central)
Henley Edge (McCallie)
Malik McConnell (Red Bank)
Theron Hayes (Chattanooga Central)
Patrick Urey (Baylor)
Second team All-league selections were:
Junior Clay (McCallie)
Cam Bett (McCallie)
Adrian Thomas (McCallie)
Rodney Benford (Chattanooga Central)
Caden Mills (Van Buren County)
WEEK #5 RESULTS:
Catching up with the league finishes, Week #5 set the tone for the championship endeavors.
The Bulls bested the Cavaliers 57-54 behind 18 from Hayes. Bett and Justin Dozier (East Hamilton) scored 11 apiece for the Cavs in the loss.
The Rockets bested the future champion Warriors 58-54 behind 14 from Ross, 12 from Urey and 10 from Beyuan Hendricks (Baylor).
Benford led the scoring charge with 17 as the Clippers bested the Thunder 68-61. Ryan Rhoades (Chattanooga Central) added 10 in the win. Clay and Shunn Moorer (CSAS) scored 18 and 16 respectively in the loss.