Posted On: 01/28/20 8:12 PM

Tuesday evening William Blount High School (14-10) tried to stomp on the gasping Farragut Admirals (11-13). Following a fantastic 7-0 start to the season, FHS walked onto Blount's Bill Wallace Court winners of just 4 of their last 16 games.  Early in the fourth quarter the low-scoring game opened with a flood of 

Here are five themes that emerged during their game.

The Step of Carter Mayfield

Carter Mayfield (Farragut) helped his Admirals get quality looks at the basket.  His first-step constantly spun the lead defender.  The veteran Blount Governor guards had no chance keeping Mayfield from the heart of their defense.  The quickness of Carter created problems constantly. 

Mayfield shot a nice free throw, as well.  Only a sophomore in age, Mayfield is a savy and shifty.  He sees the floor well.  Mayfield doesn't just attack the basket, he beguilingly pins the defenders down before kicking out to shooters.  Farragut didn't make many of their outside shots on the night, but Mayfield absolutely set up good sometimes great looks.  

He is an advanced player in just his sophomore season.

Cameron George Too Strong

Cameron George (William Blount) was and is a physical specimen.  George showed off his versatility breaking the

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