Week #2 at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League saw the stars shine as some huge scoring efforts highlighted the action at CPA. Lets see what went down.
North Carolina 96
Wake Forest 77
Matthew Hailey (Ravenwood) led a five spot of double digits scoring with 23 markers as North Carolina avenged an opening day loss with a 96-77 triumph over Wake Forest.
Hailey was joined in the box column by Brad Allen (Greenbrier) with 16, Ross Cummings (Creek Wood) with 15, Brayden Ward (Shelbyville) with 12 and newcomer Nick Young (Greenbrier) with 10.
Wake Forest fell to 0-2 despite a game high 25 markers from Jack Bautista (Brentwood).
Case Bouldin (Ravenwood) and Marco Steele (Hillwood) pitched in with 11 each while Chase Hawkins (Ravenwood) added 10.
North Carolina battles Florida at 1:00 this Saturday at CPA while Wake Forest looks to get on the winning track against Duke at noon.
Daniel Norl (Florida) scored 20 as Florida moved to 2-0 with a 64-60 defeat of LSU. Norl was joined in the scoring column by Jimario Rivers (Kenwood) with 13.
Coulter Dotson took scoring honors for LSU, who fell to 1-1, with 17 followed closely by Chris Kennedy (Goodpasture) with 14 and Braxton Blackwell (CPA) with 13.
Florida goes out of conference and puts its unblemished mark on the line against 1-1 North Carolina.
LSU look to rebound back into the win column as they tangle with 2-0 Vanderbilt.
Christian Lynn (Goodpasture) headlined a group of four double digit warriors as Vanderbilt increased their mark to 2-0 with a 76-61 triumph over Kentucky.
Lynn led Vanderbilt with 15 followed closely by Clay Hertel (DCA) with 14, Caleb Hollander (Home School) with 12 and Trevor Randolph (Goodpasture) with 11.
Kenny Cooper (FRA) came to play this week notching a game high 18 in the loss. Jeremiah Oatsvall (Brentwood Academy) added 13 while Phillip Johnson (Hendersonville) pitched in with 11.
Vanderbilt puts their unbeaten record on the line this Saturday against LSU while Kentucky looks for their initial win against Tennessee, who also stands at 0-2.
Georgia Tech 118
Rob Marberry (FRA) and Jake Allsmiller (CPA) slugged it out this past Saturday each notching 32 markers while Marberry's Georgia Tech squad outlasted Allsmiller's Duke team 118-100 in Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League action.
Marberry led a host of five others who recorded double digits including James Kirk (East Nashville) with 16, Patrick Murphy (Independence) and Grant Teichmann (Brentwood) each with 13 and the young twin towers Dominique Washington (East Nashville) and Isaiah Blacksmith (East Nashville) with 11 apiece.
Ross Plunkett (Creek Wood) chipped in with 20 for Duke while Derrick Spears (MTCS) added 19. Jalen Hunter (Goodpasture) added 16 and Jack McDonald (Brentwood Academy) finished with 11.
Georgia Tech takes its gaudy 2-0 mark to battle fellow 2-0 foe Clemson in against this Saturday at CPA. Duke looks to move into the win column as they wage war against fellow 0-2 division foe wake Forest.
Kin Webster (Hillsboro) led all scorers with 29 markers as Clemson moved to 2-0 with a 111-78 win over Tennessee. Webster was strong in all facets of the game notching double digits rebounds and garnering several assists as well.
Jalen "Sir" Duke (MLK) added 18 in the win. Joining him in the score book includes Jacob Saunders (Cheatham County) with 17, Will Groos (Brentwood) with 16, Josh Brewer (Beech) with 12 and Devin Pitts (Antioch) with 10.
Jacob McCullough (Hendersonville) and Braxton Bonds (CPA) scored 17 and 16 respectively for Tennessee.
Tennessee will look to get into the win column this Saturday as they battle fellow 0-2 foe Kentucky.
Clemson puts their 2-0 record on the line in what is shapin up as the game of the day against powerful and 2-0 Georgia Tech.
Top Scorers (Week #2)
Jake Allsmiller (CPA) 32pts
Rob Marberry (FRA) 32pts
Kin Webster (Hillsboro) 29pts
Jack Bautista (Brentwood) 25pts
Matthew Hailey (Ravenwood) 23pts
Daniel Norl (Kenwood) 20pts
Ross Plunkett (Creek Wood) 20pts
Derrick Spears (MTCS) 19pts
Kenny Cooper (FRA) 18pts
Jalen Duke (MLK) 18pts
Week #3 Schedule (September 21st) @ CPA
9:00 Tennessee (0-2) vs. Kentucky (0-2)
10:00 Clemson (2-0) vs. Georgia Tech (2-0)
11:00 Vanderbilt (2-0) vs. LSU (1-1)
12:00 Duke (0-2) vs. Wake Forest (0-2)
1:00 Florida (2-0) vs. North Carolina (1-1)