OTR HOOPS INVITATIONAL GAME RECAP – NOVEMBER 25, 2020
TYRONE, Georgia, – For the second time in five days On the Radar Hoops hosted a preseason high school showcase designed to highlight some of the top teams and individual talent in the state of Georgia. You can watch all of the replays HERE via SUVtv. Below is a recap of each game with the game’s top scorers and performers.
Chattahoochee needed four players in double figures to eek out a win over Lanier High School in the event’s open game. AJ White led all scorers with 22 points. He was followed by Tomiwa Adetosoye with 16 points, Cameron James with 15 points and Keith Murray chipping in ten for the win. Makai Vassell led the Longhorns with 18 points.
Fayette County 59
Meadowcreek earned a ‘W’ behind strong games from Keishawn Hampton (18 points) and Naz Merrick (13 points). Fayette County was led by Terry Brown who led all scorers with 22 points. Junior wing Kaleb Banks add 15 points.
Newton County 53
Pebblebrook ran away with this game behind strong efforts from Tyler Shirley (17 points), Aaron Reddish (15 points) and Danny Stubbs (11 points). Newton County also registered three players in double digits. TJ Clark led the way with 17 points. Stephon Castle chipped in 15 points and Qua Brown added 10 points.
Greenforest used double figure scoring from four players to run past Tri-Cities in this high scoring affair. Gain Chol led all scorers with 25 points for Greenforest. Jaylen Jackson (19 points), Chase Cormier (15 points) and Khi Scott (13 points) all aided in the victory. Tri-Cities had three players in double figures led by Mario McIntosh with 18 points. Peyton Daniels (16 points) and Davion Cottle (11 points) rounded out the scoring in this match-up.
Sandy Creek 54
In the high powered match-up of the day, Grayson edged past Sandy Creek. Point guard Tyrese Elliot led the Rams with 18 points in the win. Ian Schieffelin added 17 points and Taje Kelly scored 16 for coach Geoffrey Pierce’s team. Five-star forward Jabari Smith led all scorers with 30 points for Sandy Creek. Myles Rice added 15 in the loss.
Jonathan Hemingway is a contributing writer for OntheRadarHoops.com. He serves as a Naismith Player of the Year Voter and has been involved in the basketball community dating back to 1995 while he served as a student assistant coach under Don Meyer at Lipscomb University.