Montague Shines in Nashville Fall League Action

Week #2 of the Nashville Fall League saw another great set
of close games with some outstanding individual performances.


Clemson 84

North Carolina 74


Andrew Wilson
scored 24 points and John
Ross Glover (USJ)
added 20 leading Clemson past North Carolina 84-74 in the
opening game of the TPH Nashville Fall League this past Saturday at CPA.


Andy Moore
chipped in with 13 and Kubi
Sikisi (Overton)
finished with 10 in the win.


James Cox (Brentwood) led all scorers in this game with 31
despite the loss. Anvil Nelson (Brentwood) chipped in 24.




Duke 86

Georgia Tech 63


Killen Middleton
(MTCS), Robert Veal (Ravenwood) and Dakota Priest (Nashville Christian)
combined for 62
points leading a balanced Duke squad past Georgia Tech 86-63.


Middleton (21pts), Veal (21pts) and Priest (20pts) were
assisted in the ultra balanced scoring column by Lee Dreaden (Nashville
with 18.


Jonathan Fields
(White's Creek)
was the day's high scorer with 36 in the losing effort.



Tennessee 63

Florida 56


Jack "The Natural"
Montague (Brentwood)
scored 26 points and dished out numerous assists
leading Tennessee to a tough 63-56 victory
over a determined Florida


Montague was awesome at controlling the games tempo and was
the catalyst in helping his teammates Jake
Whitney (Ravenwood) and Atul Agnihotri (Brentwood),
who added 11 and 10, with their scoring exploits.


Skylar Sims (CPA) led
Florida with
14. He was joined in the scoring column by Andre
Gillespie (Hunter's Lane)
with 11 and Connor
Brandon (Wilson Central)
with 10.




Kentucky 70

Vanderbilt 68


Chris Cox (Big Sandy) dropped a game high 25 points and helped lead Kentucky past Vandy
70-68 in the days tightest contest.


Cox proved to a match-up problem for Vandy hitting big shots
down the stretch. He was joined in the score book by Nick Walker (Nashville
with 12 and Cole Robinson
with 10.


Despite the loss Vandy had a huge effort led by young
sensation Jalen Lindsey (CPA) who
finished with a double/double of 23 points and 11 boards. Keenan Froedden (Sycamore) continued his sterling play adding 21
and Jess Morris (Harpeth) added 13
in the loss.


I will be able to attend the game this weekend at CPA and I
truly look forward to catching the action....