“The Natural” Brings Home the ‘Ship


"The Natural" was a jack of all trades to the highest degree
this past Saturday at CPA.


Jack Montague
delivered 35 points and double digit assists leading Tennessee an 81-74 victory over North Carolina capturing the inaugural
Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League title.


Controlling the tempo of the game and scoring when the
situation called for it, Montague was critical in his teams rise.


Brandon Cook (CPA)
and Atul Agnihotri (Brentwood)
with 15 and 11 respectively for the winners.


Montague's scoring exploits overcame another sterling game
for powerful Anvil Nelson (Brentwood). The bruiser scored 30 and captured the
league scoring crown with his efforts. James
Cox (Brentwood)
added 21 in the loss.


Montague led a balanced Tennessee
scoring attack in the semi-final win over Florida (74-63). "The Natural" dropped 20
points while Donterio Dansby (Harpeth) added
18 and Jake Whitney (Ravenwood) finished
with 14.


Skyler Sims (CPA) led
all scorers with 29 in the loss. Ryan
Gentle (FRA)
added 10.


Nelson was again the top dog scoring 37 points leading North Carolina past
Georgia Tech in their semi-final win (80-73). Josh Williams (Lipscomb) scored 12, James Upshaw (Culleoka) added 11, and Alex Thomas (Ensworth) contributed 10 in the win.


Jonathan Fields
(White's Creek)
finished with 31 for Tech. Joining him in the scoring
column were Montrae Williams (Spring
with 17, Taylor Akers (CPA) finished
with 12 and Kiont Jones (Spring Hill) added


Clemson 92

Duke 41


Andy Moore
finished with 20 points leading Clemson past Duke 92-41 in the
first consolation game.


Andrew Wilson (Brentwood) finished with 18 and Kubi Sisiki (Overton) added 11.


Three players finished with 12 for Duke. Lee Dreaden (Nashville Christian), Killen Middleton (MTCS)
and Robert Veal (Ravenwood).



Vanderbilt 67

Kentucky 60


Keenan Froedden
sank 28 points leading Vanderbilt to a consolation victory over Kentucky 67-60. Tyler Dreher (CPA) added 17 in his
first game back from an injury.


Chris Cox (Big Sandy) led Kentucky
with 18. Dakota Priest (Nashville Christian) added 12 and Tate Travaglini (FRA) finished with 11.


We will announce an all-league team this Thursday along with
the final scoring leaders for the season. Thanks to everyone for a fun and
successful league.