Weeks three & four of Middle Georgia Basketball Academy’s Fall Madness League  provided some intriguing matchups featuring a couple top rated Middle-Georgia prospects, which prompted the Central Georgia Technical College coaching staff to make an appearance. As the weeks move along and the competition heats up Hypesouth Media will give you the rundown from the sideline.

Week 3

Game 1- Central-Macon 42 vs. Bostic Next Level 23

Central-Macon cruised past Bostic Next Level in the opening game of week three. Harold Thompkins (pictured) made his presence felt with 12-points and six rebounds and Micah Womack added 8-points in the win for the Chargers. McCrae Ball had 10-points and Khalil Johnson tossed in eight for BNL.

Game 2- Mary Persons 50 vs. Jones County 49

The backcout duo of Brandon Hogan and Dee Morton gave Jones County matchup problems all game. Morton finished with 12-points and five assists while Hogan collected 8-points, three assists, and the game winning basket for Mary Persons. Tre Dean (13p) and Chavis Mathis (8p) had thirteen and eight respectively for the Greyhounds.

Game 3- Howard 30 vs. Southwest-Macon 20

Both teams were out of sink offensively for a large portion of the game, however, Howard found its rhythm late in the second half to pull away from Southwest-Macon. L. Pitts was the high-man with 10-points in the Husky win while D. Gordon led the way for the Patriots with six.

Game 4- Middle Ga. Elite 37 vs. Westside-Macon 32

This game featured 4 players from our 2019 preseason top-25 player rankings and things got interesting to say the least. MGE seniors Darius Dunn (No.5)  and Ty’Ree Gilbert (No.14) did just enough to hold off Westside-Macon’s sophomore one-two punch Kowacie Reeves, Jr. (No.16) and Javian Mosley (No.22) who combined for 24-points in the loss. Everything considered, the veterans came out on top here, but the surging underclassmen certainly put everyone on notice.

Game 5- MH Elite 50 vs. Tattnall 49

Tattnall jumped out early and held a narrow lead at the midway point, but Kobe Sewell caught fire in the second half knocking down 5 trifectas, which helped lift MH Elite to a one point victory. Cam Cherry chipped in 11-points and five assists in the win. Jamil Stanley was solid for Tattnall finishing with 12-points and eight rebounds in the loss.

Week 3 Results
Week 3 Scoring Leaders
1 Middle GA Elite 37-32 win 3 0 Kobe Sewell 15pts (MHE)
2 Central-Macon 42-23 win 2 1 Kowacie Reeves, Jr. 14pts (WS-Macon)
3 Mary Persons 50-49 win 2 1 Tre Dean 13pts (Jones Co)
4 Howard 30-20 win 2 1 Harold Thomas 12pts (Cen-Macon)
5 MH Elite 50-49 win 2 1 Dee Morton 12pts (MP)
6 Westside-Macon 32-27 loss 2 1  Jamil Stanley 12pts (Tattnall)
7 Jones County 49-50 loss 1 2 Cam Cherry 11pts (MHE)
8 Southwest-Macon 20-30 loss 1 2 Ty’Ree Gilbert 10pts (MGE)
9 Tattnall 49-50 loss 0 3 Javian Mosley 10pts (WS-Macon)
10 Bostic Next Level 23-42 loss 0 3 McCrae Ball 10pts (BNL)

Week 4

Game 1- Westside-Macon 54 vs. MH Elite 46

Great guard play continued to be the calling card for Westside-Macon. Javian Mosley led the charge with 16-points and three assists, Jonta Balkcom added 13-points and four steals, and Kowacie Reeves, Jr. tossed in 10 points. Cam Cherry was a bright spot for MH Elite scoring 10-points.

Game 2- Mary Persons 41 vs. Southwest-Macon 40

Dee Morton (pictured-right) has been a model of consistency for Mary Persons through 4 weeks. The 6-foot-1 combo guard threw in 12-points as the Bulldogs outlasted the Patriots. TK Hopkins carried the load for Soutwest-Macon with a game-high 16-points.

Game 3- Jones County 51 vs. Howard 46

Bryson Wooten found his rhythm collecting 16-points, four rebounds, and two assists in the Jones County win. Jameson Bryant helped out scoring 15-points. Eric Scott was scorching hot from beyond the arc drilling seven 3-pointers and Collin Tarver chipped in 12-points in the Huskies loss.

*Howard played 2 games*

Game 4- Central-Macon 43 vs. Tattnall 28

Central-Macon rolled past Tattnall. Harold Thompkins had 10-points and three rebounds for the Chargers while Jamil Stanley led the Trojans with 12-points.

Game 5- Middle GA Elite 51 vs. Howard 47

Despite being shorthanded, Middle Georgia Elite edged Howard to remain undefeated. Ty’Ree Gilbert pumped in 17-points, Jalen Jordan scored twelve, and Milandre Pettigrew rounded things out with eleven. Eric Scott kept his hot hand hitting four more 3-pointers and Kelvin Burrell added 12-points in Howard’s second loss of the day.

*Howard played 2 games*

Week 4 Results
Week 4 Scoring Leaders
1 Middle GA Elite 51-47 win 4 0 Eric Scott 21pts (Howard)
2 Westside-Macon 54-46 win 3 1 Ty’Ree Gilbert 17pts (MGE)
3 Central-Macon 43-28 win 3 1 Bryson Wooten 16pts (Jones Co)
4 Mary Persons 41-40 win 3 1 Javian Mosley 16pts (WS-Macon)
5 Jones County 51-46 win 2 2 TK Hopkins 16pts(SW-Macon)
6 MH Elite 46-54 loss 2 2  Jameson Bryant 15pts (Jones Co)
7 Howard 46-51 & 47-51 losses 2 3 Jonta Balkcom 13pts (WS-Macon)
8 Southwest-Macon 40-41 loss 1 3 Jalen Jordan 12pts (MGE)
9 Tattnall 28-43 loss 0 4 Dee Morton 12pts (MP)
10 Bostic Next Level DNP 0 3 Kelvin Burrell 12pts (Howard)
Week 5 Matchups- October 6, 2018
Westside High School vs Central High School
Bostic Next Level vs Southwest High School
Tattnall Square Academy vs Jones County High School
Howard High School vs Mini Hoops Elite
Mary Persons High School vs Middle Georgia Elite