Cane Ridge-Bearden

Cane Ridge's Ryan Oliver (10) heads up court during the TSSAA state tournament championship game in Murfreesboro, March 18, 2021. Oliver has had two 20-point games since returning from injury this season. 

Ryan Oliver is making up for lost time.

The Cane Ridge guard has been on a tear since returning from injury, scoring 23 points in the Ravens’ 69-22 victory over Antioch on Tuesday.

Alabama signee Brandon Miller added 17 points for Cane Ridge (10-6, 1-0 District 8-4A).

Oliver put up 21 points, eight rebounds and eight assists in his first game back last week.

Justin Brown led Antioch with seven points.

Green Hill 54, Cookeville 40: Green Hill pulled away safely in the fourth quarter behind Jason Burch’s game-high 23 points, which included six in the final period. Paxton Davidson and Jaordan Lukins each had 13 for Green Hill (13-2), which avoided a three-game losing streak. Josh Heard led Cookeville (10-9) with 16 points.

Brentwood Academy 72, Father Ryan 47: Tyler Tanner scored a game-high 29 points while helping the Eagles (13-0) build a big halftime lead. Evan Ernst led Father Ryan (10-4) with 14 points.

Columbia Academy 86, BGA 46: Gabe Davenport made five 3s and finished with 25 points as CA (13-4) won its third straight. Will Jackson chipped in 16 points for CA. Sean Williams led BGA (4-8) with 16 points.

Friendship Christian 46, Davidson Academy 44: Dillon Turner scored a game-high 17 points, including the winning layup with four seconds left, giving Friendship Christian (12-4) another dramatic victory after last week’s buzzer-beater at Goodpasture. Lorenzo McMillion led Davidson Academy (11-3) with 14 points.

MBA 54, CPA 53: Marcel Reed led all scorers with 16 points and four 3-pointers. MBA (5-5) built a lead as big as 20 points in the third quarter, but the Big Red had to hold on for dear life in the final minute. Jake Dykstra led CPA (11-3) with 16 points.

Clarksville 66, West Creek 49: Jahiem Berry scored 23 points, JJ Wheat added 16 and the Wildcats (11-2) stayed in the win column ahead of Thursday’s game against Northwest.

Wilson Central 41, Lebanon 40: Damion Fayne’s tip-in off a missed free throw in the final moments lifted Wilson Central (6-10) to the upset.

Brentwood 62, Summit 34: Daniel Cochran led with 19 points and Davis White added 15 in the fourth consecutive win for the Bruins (10-3).

Gallatin 71, Hunters Lane 58: Cannon Hale scored 14 points, while AJ Davis and Amarius Dunn each added 12 on a night former Gallatin girls coach Jerry Landers was remembered. Asa Hardyway scored 26 points for Hunters Lane.

Ravenwood 50, Centennial 45: Ravenwood didn’t need a double-digit scorer with 10 total players in the scoring column. Jake Mulder led the Raptors (12-5) with nine points, DJ Starr added eight, and Andrew Lamuno and Lee Molette each scored seven.

Ensworth 51, Pope Prep 46: Malik Dia scored 16 points and Tony Gaines added 14 as Ensworth moved to 14-2. 

Beech 57, Station Camp 48: Beech stayed unbeaten behind 22 points from Eli Rice. Tyler Moore added 12 points for the Buccaneers (20-0). Grady Parsons scored 16 points for Station Camp (6-11) and Matthew Massey added 14. 

Goodpasture 68, Ezell-Harding 50: Jayden Jones scored 21 points and added eight rebounds and four steals, as the Cougars (12-3) bounced back from a loss to Friendship Christian. King Keary added 18 points, four rebounds and four assists. 

East Nashville 85, KIPP 27: The Eagles (13-2) notched their sixth consecutive win, with Jarrod Taylor (15 points) leading five players in double figures. Jalen Jones, Willie Wilson, Adrian Boyd and PJ Nyapal all scored 10 points apiece.

Girls

Blackman 47, Rockvale 33: Kaelyn Flowers paced unbeaten Blackman (13-0) with 13 points. Lyriq Mastin added nine. 

Loretto 67, Summertown 49: Karly Weathers drained five of Loretto’s 11 3-pointers on her way to 33 points, as the Mustangs (15-0) won the rematch of last year’s Class A state championship game. Karlie Campbell led Summertown (16-2) with 12 points and Ansley Burleson scored 11.

Pearl-Cohn 67, Stratford 30: Christiana Groves scored 13 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Firebirds (10-2) won their fifth in six games. Ayanna Batey added 12 points and Dyna’c Davis scored 11 for Pearl-Cohn.

Creek Wood 44, Dickson County 30: Brianna Burgess scored 13 points as Creek Wood (15-4) won its seventh straight.

Columbia Academy 59, BGA 54: Madie Lewis buried five 3-pointers on her way to a 28-point output for Columbia Academy (8-7), which needed a second-half rally to win. Karli Quillin and Averi Slaughter each added nine points for CA. Amaria Gillispie led BGA (3-8) with 25 points.

Stewarts Creek 57, LaVergne 39: Megan Henegar scored 15 points and Taylor Turner added 12, on a night the Red Hawks (12-6) held LaVergne to 20 points through three quarters. Ariyah Thomas led LaVergne (2-11) with 15 points.

Lipscomb Academy 78, St. Cecilia 55: Bella Shepherd scored 18 points and Abby Smith added 16 for Lipscomb (10-6), which bounced back from a loss to Brentwood Academy.

DCA 55, MJCA 22: Anaya Dawson and Bailey Shepard each scored 14 points to lead DCA (6-6) in its sixth consecutive victory.

Central Magnet 58, Hume-Fogg 20: Addison Melton scored 19 points and Olivia Hart added 15 for the Lady Tigers (11-4), who ran their win streak to eight.

Franklin 43, Nolensville 34: Charlotte Robertson scored 16 points, adding five points and four steals, for the Admirals (11-4). Amy Elliott added 11 points and four assists as Franklin won its fourth in a row.

Brentwood 63, Summit 49: Kaitlyn Lorenzi scored 19 points and Sydney and Ella Ryan each had 15 for the Bruins (12-5) in their third consecutive win.

Ravenwood 78, Centennial 48: Natalie Prestegaard (19 points) led four players in double figures for the Raptors (9-7).

White House 64, Greenbrier 47: White House (9-8) snapped a 14-game losing streak to the Bobcats and earned its first win over Greenbrier since 2014.

Nashville Christian 59, Clarksville Academy 51: Riley O’Connor led NCS (13-1) with 18 points and Clarksville Academy’s Atya Moss led all scorers with 22.

Page 55, Lawrence County 46: Lili Wilken scored 15 points and added 12 rebounds, leading three players in double figures for Page (16-1). Braley Bushman added 12 points and Abigail Ward contributed 11.

Gallatin 72, Hunters Lane 27: Sanaa Ricks scored 17 points for Gallatin (11-6). Eunique Haskell led Hunters Lane (3-8) with 14.

— Main Street Preps sports writers Russell Vannozzi, Zach Womble, Brady McAtamney and Tommy Bryan contributed to this report

Tyler Palmateer covers high school sports for Main Street Nashville. A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Palmateer has covered high school and college sports for nearly a decade. Find him on Twitter @tpalmateer83.

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