Posted On: 11/27/18 10:02 PM
Tuesday nights pass in a fury of stats, scores, and star showings. Unfortunately, all of the basketball bliss gets watered down by the mass of Twitter mentions and numbers.
These 20 games deserve more acknowledgement than the other contests as they tell a small tale of what we can expect come playoff time.
Bartlett defeated Germantown easily, 68-47. They are now 7-0 and one of the favorites to reach Class AAA State Tournament.
Bolivar Central beat Chester county 77 to 72.
McNairy Central handed Dyer County their first loss of the season, 69-64.
Franklin overwhelmed a strong, young Hillsboro outfit thanks to senior star Reese Glover.
Final: Olive Branch holds on to defeat a feisty Southaven team, 68-59. The ‘Quistors improve to 6-2, with a showdown against Scott County in Kentucky coming up.
— Courtney Asher Smith (@CourtneyHoops90) November 28, 2018
Cleveland defeated Cookeville. The game was close, but the Blue Raiders ran away late.
Riverdale easily pummeled MBA, 67-40. Riverdale suffered a painful loss at Stone Memorial a week ago. This was a big win for the Warriors.
South Gibson slipped by Haywood, 63-58.
Harding Academy knocked off Evangelical Christian.
Southwind beat White Station, 51-47. The Jaguars are looking tough without graduated star point guard Mark Freeman.
Cordova beat Craigmont, 61-58.
Congratulations to our Golden Wildcats, they Literally EARNED the win tonight against Houston (60-56)! Golden Wildcats improves to 4-0! Next game is Thursday at home vs Mase. #RestoreTheROAR #StayGolden✊️@johnvarlas @MykalAnthony @PrepHoopsTN @memphispreps
— Melrose Basketball (@Melrose_Hoops) November 28, 2018
Brentwood defeated Nolensville and Nate Bloedorn by a single point.
Sullivan South pushed away David Crockett, 63-58.
Austin-East defeated a really tough Carter team. Carter is lead by Ty Hurst, a top 75 player in 2020 class.
Harding Academy overwhelmed ECS Tuesday night, 71-61.
Stone Memorial won again! They knocked off Bradley Central Tuesday.
Clarksville Kenwood throttled Northwest 67-44 with a monumental night from Scooter Williams.
Mt. Juliet maneuvered by Centennial, 58-52.
Yellow Jackets improve to 4-0 @ home vs Santa Fe.
DJ Estes 20/5S
Trent Turner 9/3S
Easton Huddleston 9/6R
Bill Eads 7/4R/2S
Mason McGowan 6/6R/2S
Garrett Wooten 6/3S
11/29 vs Harpeth
— Coach McCoy (@wcsFVHS_TM) November 28, 2018