Super 80 Playoffs Prove Youth Rules in Memphis

Marvin Williams (White Station) poured in 21 points leading the Heat to a 67-52 victory over the Bulls in one of the four frist round playoff games in the Super 80.

Williams, a rising sophomore at The Station, continued his ascention up the Class of 2011 ladder with his sterling effort today. Frankie Bougher (CBHS) and Harry Green (White Station) added 18 and 12 respectively in the win.

Greg Wooten (Braircrest Christian) finished with 22 in the loss.


The win moves the Heat into a sem-final clash with the Spurs a 64-59 winner over the Cavs. Todd Mayo (Houston) led the charge with 17, while Darrien Gray (Southwind) added 14.

Zach Jones (Craigmont) and Ian Clark (Germantown) both finished with 14 in the defeat.


The Pacers moved on to the semi-finals with a 80-68 win over the Suns. "The Real Thing" Joe Jackson (White Station) finished with 38. Mardracus Wade (Mitchell) added 18 in the win.

Chris Crawford (Sheffield) continues his assalut on the Super 80 finishing with a game high 41. Marterrace Brock (Ridgeway) added 21.

Joining the Pacers in the other semi-final the Grizzlies behind 19 from Ferrakohn Hall (White Station) dumped the Lakers 73-60. Andre Hollins (White Station) added 14 in the victory.

Cedric Mcafee (Craigmont) finished with 23 in the loss.


October 4th semi-final games:

Heat vs. Spurs

Pacers vs. Grizzlies


In acton from the final regular season tilts:


Cedric McAfee (Craigmont) led a balanced attack with 14 points leading the Lakers to a 59-55 win over the Suns. Marterrace Brock (Ridgeway) led the Suns with 21.


Mario Bass (Kirby) scored 17 and Marvin Williams (White Station) added 16 leading the Heat to a 64-53 win over the Spurs. Todd Mayo (Houston) took scoring honors with 17 in defeat.


Joe Jackson (White Station) was as real as real could be dropping 29 in a 68-56 victory over the Grizzlies. Ferrakohn Hall (White Station) scored 19 in the loss.


Ladarrius Turner (Kirby) knocked down 34 markers leading the Cavs to an easy 63-44 victory over the Bulls. Gregg Wooten (Braircrest Christian) was the bright spot for the Bulls with 23.