Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State Stats, Game Capsules and Scoring Leaders

Finally the 17 and under division at the 3rd annual Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State was a competitive group was beginning to end. Lets see how they faired.





EABC 17U 79 (1-0)

Tennessee Fury 17U 69 (0-1)

Four players dropped double digits led by Diego Womack (Jackson Northside) with 16 as EABC scored the opening round 17U victory with a 79-69 triumph over a shorthanded Tennessee Fury squad.

Womack was joined in the scorebook by Hunter Vick (Camden Central) who scored 15, Jeremiah Alexander (Antioch) with 14 and Collin Blanchard (Alabama) with 13 markers.

Nick Rogers (Farragut) picked up the slack for his absent teammates scoring a game high 23 points for the Fury. Ty Patterson (Knoxville West) added 17 in the loss.


Tennessee Bobcats 17U 98 (1-0)

Nashville Celtics 17U 89 (0-1)

Tyreke Key (Clay County) scored 20 points as the Bobcats opened the 3rd annual Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State tournament with a hard fought 98-89 win over the Nashville Celtics. Matt Halvorsen (North Carolina) and Seth Battle (Sweetwater) added 18 points each while Chris Clayton (North Carolina) pitched in with 12 and Cameron Gregg (Jefferson County) added 10 points in the big win.

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) started what would be a fantastic day with a game high 33 markers for the Celtics. Tyree Boykin (Kenwood) pitched in with 25 markers while Geordan Reed (Jackson Southside) added 18 and Trevon Bryant (Lexington) ended with 11 for the Celtics.


Tennessee Tigers 17U 48 (1-0)

Chattanooga Elite 17U 39 (0-1)

Seth Clark (McCallie) and Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) scored 14 points each as the Tennessee Tigers bested the Chattanooga Elite 48-39.

Malik McConnell (Red Bank) led the Elite with 12 followed up by Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) with 10.


Tennessee Bobcats 17U 63 (2-0)

Tennessee Tigers 17U 62 (1-1)

Tyreke Key (Clay County) led a trio of scorers with 16 as the Tennessee Bobcats slipped past the Tennessee Tigers 63-62 at the 3rd annual Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State. Seth Battle (Sweetwater) added 15 while Chris Clayton (North Carolina) chipped in with 11.

Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) had a huge game for the Tigers scoring a game high 30 markers in the narrow loss.


EABC 17U 75 (2-0)

Chattanooga Elite 17U 65 (0-2)

Hunter Vick (Camden Central) scored 23 markers as EABC moved to 2-0 with a hard fought 75-65 win over a determined Chattanooga Elite squad. Jeremiah Alexander (Antioch) added 14, Diontre Franklin (Northeast) dropped 13 and Diego Womack (Jackson Northside) scored 10 in the victory.

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) took game high scoring honors with a 24 point outburst. Darius Graves (CSAS) added 14 while Noah Fager (East Hamilton) added 12.


Nashville Celtics 17U 78 (1-1)

Tennessee Fury 17U 60 (0-2)

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) dropped 23 points and the Nashville Celtics grabbed the victory with a 78-60 win over the Tennessee Fury. Tyree Boykin (Kenwood) added 18 points and Geordan Reed (Southside) scored 15 in the win.

Aiden Gist (Cookeville) scored 19 to lead the Fury. Nick Rogers (Farragut) added 13 points while Bowden Lyon (Science Hill) pitched in with 10.


Tennessee Tigers 17U 86 (2-1)

Tennessee Fury 17U 62 (0-3)

Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) dropped 25 as the Tennessee Tigers scored their second win of the tournament with an 86-62 win over the Tennessee Fury. Seth Clark (McCallie) had another good outing with 18 points while Ben Bell (Franklin Classical) had his best game of the tourney with 12 markers in the win.

Nick Rogers (Farragut) closed the tourney with a strong 21 points. The rising senior guard picked up the slack and scored some interest from the slew of coaches that were in attendance. Ty Patterson (Knoxville West) finished with 11 points for the Fury.


EABC 17U 97 (3-0)

Tennessee Bobcats 17U 89 (2-1)

In what would prove to be the best game of the day, EABC behind 25 points from rising senior Hunter Vick (Camden Central) bested the Tennessee Bobcats 97-89 to finish unblemished at the 3rd annual Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State.

Collin Blanchard (Alabama) played his best game of the tournament finishing with 20 points. He was assisted in the scoring column by Diego Womack (Jackson Northside), who made his presence know this weekend scoring 14, Jontae Brown (Northeast), who finished with 13 and Jeremiah Alexander (Antioch) who closed with 10.

Seth Battle (Sweetwater) scored 33 to lead the Bobcats. Tyreke Key (Clay County) added 17, Matt Halvorsen (North Carolina) dropped 14 and Cade Crosland (White County) finished with 10.


Nashville Celtics 17U 70 (2-1)

Chattanooga Elite 17U (0-3)

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) launched 33 points as the Nashville Celtics closed the door on the 3rd annual Tennessee Prep Hoops Best in State with a 70-49 win over the Chattanooga Elite. Jarrett was huge all day finishing as the tourneys leading scorer. Geordan Reed (Southside) added 14 while Tyree Boykin (Kenwood) had a solid event finishing with 10 points in the win.

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) scored 22 markers for the Elite while Noah Fager (East Hamilton) finished with 12 points.


Top Individual Scoring Performances:

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) 33pts

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) 33pts

Seth Battle (Sweetwater) 33pts

Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) 30pts

Tyree Boykin (Kenwood) 25pts

Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) 25pts

Hunter Vick (Camden Central) 25pts

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) 24pts

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) 23pts

Nick Rogers (Farragut) 23pts

Hunter Vick (Camden Central) 23pts

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) 22pts

Nick Rogers (Farragut) 21pts

Collin Blanchard (Alabama) 20pts

Tyreke Key (Clay County) 20pts



Top Scoring Averages:

Tristan Jarrett (Haywood) 29.7

Caleb Hadnott (Aaron Academy) 23.0

Seth Battle (Sweetwater) 22.0

Hunter Vick (Camden Central) 21.0

Nick Rogers (Farragut) 19.0

Kevin Cameron (Tyner Academy) 18.7

Tyree Boykin (Kenwood) 17.7

Tyreke Key (Clay County) 17.7

Geordan Reed (Southside) 15.7

Matt Halvorsen (North Carolina) 13.7

Seth Clark (McCallie) 13.3

Diego Womack (Jackson Northside) 13.3

Jeremiah Alexander (Antioch) 12.7

Collin Blanchard (Alabama) 11.0

Ty Patterson (Knoxville West) 11.0