The final week of the regular saw a clearing up of the playoff picture and some competitive games as teams readied for the final week this Saturday at CPA.
Below you will find the schedule for Saturday and I will as always email everyone on their respective game times.
Lets take a look at the action from Week #4 at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League.
Yalen Reed (Station Camp) brought his A-Game to the Lions Den this past Saturday notching 18 points, 15 caroms and 9 big blocks leading Kentucky past a determined LSU squad 73-70.
With the victory Kentucky (3-1) secures a spot in the 2nd place game at 12:00 against Duke this Saturday at CPA.
Evan Ragdale (CPA) continued his torrid shooting pace dropping 21 markers while Tyger Campbell (CPA) finished with 18 in the narrow victory.
Chase Hawkins (Lighthouse Christian) added 12 in the win.
Alex Shaw (Hillwood) did his best to keep LSU (0-4) in the game with his scoring heroics. He dropped a game high 28 markers while Ryne Dickenson (CPA) added 14 in the close loss.
LSU begins championship Saturday against Georgia Tech (0-4) with the 9:00 clash at CPA.
Wake Forest 80
Georgia Tech 69
Ross Cummings (Creek Wood) and DeQuan Summers (Hillwood) scored 23 and 21 respectively as Wake Forest moved to 2-2 with a nice 80-69 triumph over Georgia Tech (0-4).
With the victory Wake Forest matches into the 3rd place game and will battle Florida (2-2) on Saturday at CPA.
Mike Parker (Maplewood) was a big sparkplug for the Wake Forest squad running the show, setting up scorers and dropping 14 markers of his own.
Brandon Dansoh (Cane Ridge) had his best game of the Fall League scoring a game high 24 points for Georgia Tech who will play against LSU AT 9:00 in the 5th place game on Saturday.
Joining Dansoh in the scoring march were DeMarco Simpson (White's Creek) who finished with 11 and Trenton Crump (White's Creek) who ended up with 10.
DeSean Douthard (Lighthouse Christian) led a trio of scorers with 18 as Florida held on late for a big division win over Tennessee 61-56.
With the head to head triumph Florida advances to the 3rd place contest where they will welcome Wake Forest (2-2) at 11:00 this Saturday at CPA.
Joining Doutherd in the score book were Elijah McCoin (Northeast) with 16 and Maurice Wright (Northwest) with 14.
D'Monte Evans (Cane Ridge) kept his scoring at a high volume despite the losing effort notching 17 markers for Tennessee (2-2) who moves into the 4th place contest where they will tangle with Clemson (1-3).
Cedriontis Wilson (Blackman) pitched in with 12 in the loss.
North Carolina 100
Jacob Nelson (Blackman) and Deonte Alley (Blackman) led a six-pack of double digit scorers as North Carolina advanced to the title game with a 10--86 triumph over Clemson.
Nelson who dropped 24 and Alley who contributed 23 were assisted in the scoring column by rising freshman Coulter Dotson (Creek Wood) with 16, Torey McGhee (East Nashville) added 11 while Steven Anderson (Lead Academy) and Donovan Henry (MLK) finished with 10.
North Carolina, as stated earlier, will put their unblemished 4-0 mark on the line this Saturday against a powerful and talented Vanderbilt (3-1) squad.
Clemson, who finished the regular season at 1-3, takes on Tennessee (2-2) in the 5th place contest.
Not to be outdone Clemson placed five players in double digit status led by Ricky Dunnaway (Oakland) with 20. Jarrell Reeves (Oakland) added 14 while Will Alexander (Maplewood) and Drew Scott (CPA) finished with 12 each. Jeff Seraphine (CPA) finished with 10 in the loss.
John Carter (Summit) scored a game high 25 markers as Duke pulled off the upset knocking off previously unbeaten Vanderbilt to the tune of 78-76.
Despite the loss Vanderbilt (3-1), by virtue of their head to head victory over Kentucky (3-1), advances to the championship game where they will meet unbeaten West Division champions North Carolina at 1:00 this Saturday at CPA.
Micah Davis (CPA) had his best game of the season dropping 19 points while Chico Plunkett (Creek Wood) continued his steady scoring pace dropping 15 in the victory.
Duke who finishes the regular season at 3-1 will welcome a tough and heavy scoring Kentucky (3-1) bunch to the 2nd place game at noon this Saturday.
Caleb Hollander (Home School) led Vanderbilt with 18 while DeMarco Steele (Hillwood) and JaRyan Young (Northeast) finished with 11 and 10 respectively.
Top Individual Scoring Efforts (October 4th)
Alex Shaw (Hillwood) 28pts
John Carter (Summit) 25pts
Brandon Dansoh (Cane Ridge) 24pts
Jacob Nelson (Blackman) 24pts
Deonte Alley (Blackman) 23pts
Ross Cummings (Creek Wood) 23pts
Evan Ragsdale (CPA) 21pts
DeQuan Summers (Hillwood) 21pts
Ricky Dunnaway (Oakland) 20pts
Micah Davis (CPA) 19pts
Nashville Fall League Championship Day @ CPA (October 11th)
9:00 LSU (0-4) vs. Georgia Tech (0-4)
10:00 Tennessee (2-2) vs. Clemson (1-3)
11:00 Florida (2-2) vs. Wake Forest (2-2)
12:00 Kentucky (3-1) vs. Duke (3-1)
1:00 Vanderbilt (3-1) vs. North Carolina (4-0)