The opening night of my Pilot Rocky Top League got off to a rousing start with a huge game for one of the three high school players chosen to play in the event.
Skylar McBee (Grainger) more than proved he belonged with the big boys scoring 18 points on 7-11 shooting but it would prove not enough for his squad as they fell in opening night action.
McBee knocked down 4 for 6 from deep and showed he could score off the bounce as well as the deep three.
James Gallman (Fulton) also had a fine debut scoring 11 points in his squads victory. His teammate for the defending state champions in AA Jalen Steele (Fulton) had a tough shooting night scoring only 5 points.