Once again I have scoured the newspapers, faxes, twitters and other forms of media that come to my attention compiling a list of the top scorers in the state for each week of the season.
If you know of some scoring exploits or a scoring milestone such as 1,000 point club or something of that nature please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get this added to the next week’s story.
If you know of someone who scored over 25 points and they did not make the list please let me know and I will add them to the following weeks list.
College coaches have told me this is one of their favorite features as it helps them get an understanding on the pulse of the new season.
Weather was especially brutal in the East Tennessee area causing many cancellations and future rescheduling.
Nick Young (Greenbrier) quantified a superb senior season by breaking the 1,000 point barrier last week and forever linking his name in Bobcats hoop history.
Stephen Wright (Trezevant) is quietly moving up the scoring charts in the Memphis area. Wright had a big week notching 35 against state ranked Douglas and closing with 25 against Raleigh-Egypt.
Brady Nease (Union County) has been running up the scoreboards all over East Tennessee all season. The rising junior moved past the coveted 1,000 point barrier this past week.
Cory Henley (Cannon County) is the leader of the state ranked CannonCounty squad. He had another big week scoring 28 points in a win over SmithCounty then added 30 more in a victory over York Institute.
Christian Lauderdale (Trousdale County) had quite an outing last week scoring 50 markers against Community Christian. The scoring output tied the highest effort of the season thus far. Fatodd Lewis (Raleigh-Egypt) had a 50 point effort earlier this season.
Peyton Hehe (Riverside) continues to cement his name in Riverside basketball lore. The rising senior notched his 1,500th point last week.
Isaac Edmondson (Creek Wood) is playing his best at the right time of the year. The junior wing dropped 26 against Montgomery Central then closed the week with 30 against Camden Central.
Jacob Saunders (Cheatham County) wants to make sure everyone knows about the Cubs of Cheatham County. Saunders dropped 28 in a win against Sycamore and his squad stands at 17-0 with a gaudy state ranking.
Cole West (Oneida) 37pts vs. Oakdale
Taylor Murray (Oliver Springs) 30pts vs. Midway
Josh Scudder (McMinn Central) 28pts vs. Polk County
Levi Woods (Meigs County) 27pts vs. Harriman
Jack Graham (Bearden) 25pts vs. Farragut
Christian Lauderdale (Trousdale County) 50pts vs. Christian Community
Andrew Rogan (Blackman) 45pts vs. Riverdale
Sawyer Ray (Wayne County) 37pts vs. Loretto
Wade Eldridge (Livingston Academy) 35pts vs. Macon County
Brent Davidson (Jackson County) 33pts vs. Monterey
Nick Hopkins (Fayetteville) 33pts vs. Eagleville
Reshun Scales (Pearl Cohn) 33pts vs. Stratford
Clay Hertel (DCA) 32pts vs. Ezell-Harding
Isaac Edmondson (Creek Wood) 31pts vs. Camden Central
Austin Fisher (Clarksville Academy) 31pts vs. Jo Byrns
Clay Hertel (DCA) 31pts vs. MJCA
Cory Henley (Cannon County) 30pts vs. York Institute
Calen Parker (Eagleville) 30pts vs. Fayetteville
Braxton Blackwell (CPA) 29pts vs. Louisville Ballard (KY)
Kobe Foster (Huntland) 29pts vs. Forrest
Clay Hertel (DCA) 29pts vs. Webb School
Daniel Norl (Kenwood) 29pts vs. Northwest
Cory Henley (Cannon County) 28pts vs. Smith County
Christian Lynn (Goodpasture) 28pts vs. Brentwood Academy
Jared Phillips (Monterey) 28pts vs. Jackson County
Jacob Saunders (Cheatham County) 28pts vs. Sycamore
Chris Williams (McGavock) 28pts vs. Nashville Overton
Jalen Duke (MLK) 27pts vs. Hume-Fogg
Tyler Schaub (Franklin County) 27pts vs. Columbia Central
Jordan Bone (Ensworth) 26pts vs. Father Ryan
Isaac Edmondson (Creek Wood) 26pts vs. Montgomery Central
Caleb Hollander (Nashville Central Christian) 26pts vs. NCS
Reagan Johnson (Mt.Juliet) 26pts vs. Hendersonville
Terry Holt (East Nashville) 26pts vs. Pearl Cohn
John Matt Merritt (Lipscomb Academy) 26pts vs. Hume Fogg
Grayson Murphy (Independence) 26pts vs. Centennial
Zac Craig (Livingston Academy) 25pts vs. York Institute
Drew Danesworth (Waverly Central) 25pts vs. Hickman County
Jordan James (Brentwood Academy) 25pts vs. Goodpasture
Karl Olsen (Sycamore) 25pts vs. Cheatham County
Braden White (Hendersonville) 25pts vs. Mt.Juliet
Dillon White (Westmoreland) 25pts vs. Red Boiling Springs
Darian Brooks (CityUniversity) 48pts vs. Oakhaven
Stephen Wright (Trezevant) 35pts vs. Douglass
Johnny Connors (Oakhaven) 33pts vs. Hillcrest
Jamarcus Franklin (BTW) 33pts vs. Raleigh-Egypt
LaGerald Vick (Douglass) 32pts vs. Trezevant
Ladarius Mitchell (Kirby) 29pts vs. Ridgeway
Jessie Clemons (MBA) 28pts vs. KIPP
Jeremiah Martin (Mitchell) 27pts vs. MAHS
Anthony Yarbrough (Harding Academy) 27pts vs. Briarcrest
Rayford Albright (Manassas) 26pts vs. Douglass
Jordan Brown (Middle College) 26pts vs. KIPP
Lawrence Mosley (Craigmont) 26pts vs. Fairley
Micah Thomas (Briarcrest) 26pts vs. Harding Academy
Jamarcus Franklin (BTW) 25pts vs. MSE
Dedric Lawson (Hamilton) 25pts vs. Memphis Central
Stephen Wright (Trezevant) 25pts vs. Raleigh-Egypt