The TSSAA boys’ high school basketball regular season is over. It’s been fun. District tournaments across the state tip off next week, so the road to Murfreesboro, Tennessee should be the only thing on the minds of the coaches and…
The TSSAA boys’ high school basketball regular season is over. It’s been fun.
District tournaments across the state tip off next week, so the road to Murfreesboro, Tennessee should be the only thing on the minds of the coaches and players.
Here’s the final round of the top performers from the final week of the season:
Regale Moore, Bartlett: Moore had 19 points, 10 steals, two rebounds, and two assists in a win over Cordova. Christian Alston had 18 points, four rebounds, three steals, and two assists. Javar Daniel provided 14 points, 13 rebounds, and two blocks.
Delrico Grady, KIPP: Grady had 25 points, eight assists, and four rebounds. Jordan Patterson added 21 points and 10 rebounds. Quantas Hudson provided 14 points and six rebounds.
Tyler Reliford, City University: Reliford had 22 points in a loss to Bluff City. Cohen Butler had 17 points and 20 rebounds. Tayshun Green provided 18 points and four rebounds. Kaleb Johnson pitched in 10 points, five assists, and four steals.
Jordan Frison, Memphis Overton: Frison had 24 points in a win over Memphis Central. He led his team to the SCIAA 4A boys’ city championship victory over Germantown on Saturday. Frison was crowned the TSSAA 4A District 16 Player of the Year.
Damarien Yates, Fayette Ware: Yates had 12 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Raleigh-Egypt. Jairus Terry had 28 points and two steals. Jeremiah Hayes added 12 points and six rebounds. Tacarien Freeman provided 12 points and five assists. Tarecous Stevens pulled down 16 rebounds.
Dion White, KIPP: White had 14 points, four assists, and three rebounds in a win over Crosstown.
Tylon Chatman, Haywood: Chatman had 19 points, nine assists, seven rebounds, and two steals in a win over Covington.
Cordarious Sledge, Power Center Academy: Sledge had 24 points in his team’s win over Hillcrest. Marcus Prewitt Jr. had 22. Marquis Tunstall added 13. Nazir Allen provided 12.
Without senior guard Nick Wiggins, the Knights were led by Tunstall and Prewitt in the backcourt. Prewitt is a marksmen from 3-point range and made key baskets each time the Vikings went on a run. Tunstall did a great job of pushing the basketball in transition and finding Sledge open for uncontested 3s and Allen for easy dunks.
Jordan Allen, Hillcrest: Allen led the Vikings with 38 points against PCA.
Corbin Bowling, Fayette Academy: Bowling had 29 points in a win over Margolin Hebrew Academy. Landon Abernathy had 10.
Marcus Gray, St. Benedict: Gray had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and four steals in a loss to Briarcrest.
Emerson Tenner, Cordova: Tenner had 41 points in a win over Arlington. The junior point guard became the fastest Wolfpack player to reach 1,000 points. Tenner went 9 for 9 from the free throw line in the win. He was also named the TSSAA 4A District 15 Player of the Year.
Jaceion Coffey, Giles County: Coffey had 17 points in a win over Mount Pleasant.
Drew Petro, Christian Brothers: Petro had 15 points and eight rebounds in a win over St. Benedict. Michael Pepper added 12 points and seven rebounds.
Cooper Haynes, Briarcrest: Haynes had 22 points in a win over Memphis University School. Jaye Nash had 13 points and six assists. Jacob Gazzo added eight points and 12 rebounds.
Julius Thedford, Whitehaven: Thedford had 48 points in a win over Memphis Overton.
Anthony Medlock, Germantown: Medlock reached 1,500 points this week.
Jaylen Jones, East Nashville: The senior point guard became the school’s all-time leading scorer this week with 1,615 points.
Harding Academy’s Savion Anderson, Lausanne’s Seth Grandberry and Tre Davis, and First Assembly Christian School’s MJ Hayes, Cello Jackson, and Kris Carroll were named to the TSSAA Division II-A West District 6 First-Team. The Lynx’s Jamarcus Powell Jamarcus Powell 6'5" | SF Lausanne | 2023 State TN was named player of the year in the league.
Lausanne’s Jayden Bachelor was named to the second-team. Tyler Wilson, Daniel Towles, and Carson Boyle were honorable mentions.
Division II-A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Seth Grandberry Seth Grandberry 5'11" | PG Lausanne | 2023 State TN , Lausanne
Eddie Ricks III Eddie Ricks III 6'9" | SF Clarksville Academy | 2023 State #152 Nation TN , Clarksville Academy
Isaiah West Isaiah West 6'3" | SG Goodpasture | 2023 State #216 Nation TN , Goodpasture
Division II-AA Mr. Basketball Finalists
Deaondrea Lindsey, Knoxville Catholic
Tyler Tanner Tyler Tanner 6'0" | PG Brentwood Academy | 2024 State TN , Brentwood Academy
Lukas Walls Lukas Walls 6'4" | SG Knoxville Webb | 2023 State TN , Knoxville Webb
Class 1A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Jason Britton Jason Britton 6'1" | PG North Greene | 2024 State TN , North Greene
Cadon Buckles, Hampton
Rodgerick Robinson Jr., Middleton
Class 2A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Jordan Allen Jordan Allen 5'10" | PG Hillcrest | 2024 State TN , Hillcrest
Jahvin Carter, Alcoa
Jaylen Jones Jaylen Jones 6'0" | PG East Nashville | 2023 State #178 Nation TN , East Nashville
Class 3A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Tylon Chatman, Haywood
Shane Cherry Shane Cherry 5'9" | PG Austin-East | 2025 State TN , Austin-East
Damarien Yates, Fayette Ware
Class 4A Mr. Basketball Finalists
Jordan Frison, Memphis Overton
Jarred Hall Jarred Hall 6'8" | SF Lebanon | 2023 State #65 Nation TN , Lebanon
Brock Vice Brock Vice 6'10" | C Houston | 2023 State TN , Houston