Twenty Intriguing Results

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Posted On: 12/7/18 11:25 PM

The first Friday of December included more than a few interesting basketball scores and wins. Take a wider, broadened scope of our state and peruse the impact of each intriguing result.

 

  • Riverdale 55, East Hamilton 53  Warriors followed the scoring lead of Deron Perry.
  • Tennessee 53, Elizabethton 49
  • Tyner Academy 69, CSAS 52.     Certainly one of the toughest Class AA programs in the state, Tyner Academy enters next week still unbeaten.
  • Knoxville Catholic 61, Knoxville West 51.    Classic battle between two strong teams. West lost their first game of the year in this tussle.
  • Red Boiling Springs 57, Monterey 56.  Ten wins now for Dalton and the Fighting Marshes!  
  • Oak Ridge 79, Bolton 77      Oak Ridge senior guard Marcus Smith was evaluated by Tennessee Wesleyan during this game.
  • Marshall County (KY) 59, Christian Brothers 40 Christian Brothers was one of our Ten Great November Teams.  This loss won’t hurt their standing within Tennessee.
  • CPA 84, Ezell-Harding 41
  • Ripley 57, Brighton 54.      Brighton took a painful loss to an athletic Ripley squad.  Both are tough opponents.  Impressive win for the purple-clad unit.
  • Jackson South Side 56, Liberty 44     Deep team hoping to return to state tournament.
  • Independence 67, Nolensville 66 .     Stunner! Independence is structured and feisty.
  • Forrest 61, Summertown 55.             Unacceptable loss for accomplished SHS team.
  • Fairview 77, Camden 51 .    Both teams entered with 5+ wins.  Fairview gave CHS loss #2 behind 44 D.J. Estes points.
  • McGavock beat Antioch to improve to 9-1 on the season.
  • Bolivar Central 91, Chester County 81 .
  • East Nashville 61, East Hamilton 53 .  Pearl Cohn is rumored to be quite a bit better this season, but the entirely new East team got this one.
  • Siegel 50, Blackman 49.   Two Murfreesboro powers battled and Siegel took down the mighty Blaze for the first time in nearly three years.
  • Jackson Christian 50, FACS 47 .  FACS is a really good team, a team that narrowly slipped by Sacred Heart Tuesday.
  • York Institute 76, Upperman 67    Already three losses for Upperman.  Tough schedule so far?
  • Loudon 75, Polk County 60 .  Through nine games Loudon still has not lost a game.