Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League Week #3 Game Capsules

A small break has us in a two week wait. Here are the game capsules for a big week #3.  






Vanderbilt 96

Auburn 61


Braden Zapp (CPA) led five in double digits with 18 as Vanderbilt open Week #3 of the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League with a 96-61 victory.


Preston Pace (CPA), Evan Eursher (Lighthouse Christian) and Kolby Searcy (Lighthouse Christian) all added 13 and Chad Haywood (Lighthouse Christian) closed with 12.


Preston Whittington (Riverdale) had a fine outing with 16 markers in the loss.


Isaiah Shaw (Davidson Academy) added 13 and Maddox Bodenhammer (Rockvale) contributed 10 in the loss.




Kentucky 77

Tennessee 64


John Windley (Brentwood) led the leagues most balanced attack with 17 as Kentucky produced another victory 77-64 over Tennessee.


Morgan Anderson (NCS) added 13, Jayden Hernandez (Central Magnet) added 12, Jaime Hernandez (Page) had 11 and Robert Anderson (Brentwood) closed with 10.


Robbie Rusciano (McEwen) led Tennessee with 17. Joshua Roberts (MBA) had 12 while Logan Johnston (Harpeth) finished with 10.




Ohio State 81

Indiana 70


Matthew Schneider (Siegel) scored 20 as Ohio State got the win over Indiana 81-70. Tristan Conger (Summit) added 18, Rodney Love (Glencliff) had 16 and Tre Carlton (Summit) closed with 12.


Isaiah Poore (Centennial) led all scorers with 22 in the loss.


Nasir Scaife (Franklin County) had 12 while Gavin Kerr (Wilson Central) finished with 10.





Michigan 102

Florida 91


Masyn Winningham (White County) and Martise Jackson (Siegel) scored 21 each as Michigan broke the century mark with an offense show outlasting Florida 102-91.


Jaylen Wetzel (Siegel) added 18, Josh Scretchen (USN) had 15, Kolbi Wright (CPA) managed 13 and Kegan Dodson (White County) had 10.  


Chaz Lanier (Ensworth) led all scorers with 25 in the loss.


Jaylen Pegues (Hillsboro) added 19, Ryan Wilcox (Hillsboro) got 12 and Carrington Allen (Oakland) finished with 10.




Iowa 94

Purdue 90


Braeden Moore (CPA) and Malik Dia (Ensworth) scored 25 and 23 points respectively as Iowa slid past Purdue in what was the days most exciting contest by the score of 94-90.


The loss offset an outstanding shooting performance by rising junior Grant Slatten (White County) who finished with a game high 28 and a solid floor game from another rising junior in Patrick Smith (Goodpasture) who ended with 26.


Bill Eads (Fairview) had another solid game scoring 18 in the win while Lock Hord (Fairview) closed with 12.


Jake Mulder (Ravenwood) had his best game of the young season scoring 16 while Malachi Parham (Hume Fogg) closed with 14.





Grant Slatten (White County) 28pts

Patrick Smith (Goodpasture) 26pts

Chaz Lanier (Ensworth) 25pts

Braeden Moore (CPA) 25pts

Malik Dia (Ensworth) 23pts

Isaiah Poore (Centennial) 22pts

Martise Jackson (Siegel) 21pts

Masyn Winningham (White County) 21pts

Matthew Schneider (Siegel) 20pts

Jaylen Pegues (Hillsboro) 19pts