Washburn is Exceptional as Week #2 of the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League is in the Books
- Published on Thursday, 08 September 2016 18:30
- Andre Whitehead
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Week #2 saw some high scoring performances and some of the cream rising to the top in the standings.
Ohio State 87
Caleb Hollander (Home School) led a host of five players in double digits as Michigan moved to 2-0 at the Tennessee Prep Hoops Nashville Fall League with a 93-87 win over a tough Ohio State squad. Hollander, who has committed to Belmont, led the charge with 23 markers. Devan Cambridge (PJPII) and David Smith (Cane Ridge) each netted 14 points while the tandem of Imani Starling (Ensworth) and Jacob Gossett (Brentwood) chipped in with 10 points apiece.
Elon Smallwood (Ravenwood) had another big game netting a game high 25 points in the loss. John Carter (Summit) and William Mizell (USN) each added 17 while Will McBee (Loretto) netted 12.
Michigan (2-0) puts their unblemished record on the line on September 24th at CPA against Florida (1-1) while Ohio State (0-2) looks to get on the winning side of the ledger welcoming a date with Indiana (1-1).
Isaac Polk (Summit) scored 18 as Auburn climbed to 2-0 with an 80-67 win over Florida. Joining Polk in the score books were Jaden Lewis (Summit) with 16, Jacayah Webster (Columbia Central) with 15 and the duo of Coulter Dotson (Creek Wood) and Demontay Dixon (Summit) with 10 points each.
Austin Jackson (Rossview) was a man on fire netting a game high 24 points in the loss. Josh Endicott (Upperman) added 12.
Auburn (2-0) puts that untarnished mark on the line on September 24th against a high flying Vanderbilt (1-1) bunch. Florida (1-1) takes on the powerhouse known as Michigan (2-0).
Clay Washburn (CPA) and Bryce Williams (Blackman) scored 30 and 26 points respectively as Vanderbilt put up the points in a 122-58 win over a very shorthanded Kentucky squad. Omar Lyons (Siegel) and Jaellen White (Blackman) added 18 each in the victory while Nathan Nelson (Blackman) pitched in with 15.
Carson Deyo (Columbia Academy) led Kentucky with 15 points followed closely by A.J. Bowers (MLK) with 13 and Michael Mayernick (CPA) with 10.
Kentucky (0-2) looks to bounce back as they welcome unbeaten Tennessee (2-0) while Vanderbilt (1-1) puts their new found scoring prowess on display against unbeaten Auburn (2-0).
Michigan State 66
Jeremiah Barr (Independence) dropped a game high 24 points as Indiana snatched their first win of the season with a 71-66 triumph over Michigan State. Corbin Daughtery (Independence) added 17 while Keishawn Davidson (Oakland) pitched in with 13.
Desmond Washington (Cane Ridge) led the scoring charge for Michigan State with 19 followed by Drew Weikert (MBA) with 11 and Damian Baugh (Cane Ridge) with 10.
Indiana (1-1) looks to continue on the winning path as they welcome Ohio State (0-2) to the CPA arena on September 24th while Michigan State (0-2) takes on a solid Maryland (1-1) group.
Donny Cooper (Blackman) has begun the coming into his own party dropping 16 markers as Tennessee moves to 2-0 with a hard fought 77-69 win over Maryland. David Ivy (Blackman) added 12 points while Brayden Jackson (Stewart's Creek) and K.J. Johnson (Marshall County) each tossed in 10.
Reece Glover (Franklin) led all scorers in defeat with 18 large while D'Marco Holley (White's Creek) finished with 11.
Tennessee puts their 2-0 mark on the line on September 24th at CPA against Kentucky (0-2) while Maryland (1-1) looks to get back to their winning ways against Michigan State (0-2).
Top Individual Scoring Performances:
Clay Washburn (CPA) 30pts
Bryce Williams (Blackman) 26pts
Elon Smallwood (Ravenwood) 25pts
Jeremiah Barr (Independence) 24pts
Austin Jackson (Rossview) 24pts
Caleb Hollander (Home School) 23pts
Desmond Washington (Cane Ridge) 19pts
Reece Glover (Franklin) 18pts
Omar Lyons (Siegel) 18pts
Isaac Polk (Summit) 18pts
Week #3 Game Schedule (09/24) (All Games at CPA)
9:00 Vanderbilt (1-1) vs. Auburn (2-0)
10:00 Tennessee (2-0) vs. Kentucky (0-2)
11:00 Indiana (1-1) vs. Ohio State (0-2)
12:00 Florida (1-1) vs. Michigan (2-0)
1:00 Maryland (1-1) vs. Michigan State (0-2)