Game number 3 was on deck, with Cannon getting underway and Davidson Day looking to bounce back from their loss on Day 1 at the Phenom Tip-Off Classic.  Cannon came out strong led by Jarvis Moss and company, getting out to a quick double-digit lead but Davidson Day scrapped their way back into this one and the teams started trading blows back and forth.

The battle continued into the third quarter, with Cannon being able to hold a narrow lead.  They were able to maintain and hold onto that lead throughout the fourth but Davidson Day continued to compete and fight hard till the end.  Moss was exceptional with his play, leading all players with 28 points, while Christian Reeves helped chip in as well with an impressive showing down low.  Davidson Day was led by their two leaders with Blane St. Clair and Donovan Atwell, but Trey Horton helped as well from behind the arc.

Final: Cannon 58 – Davidson Day 49

Stat Leaders:
Jarvis Moss 28 points
Christian Reeves 18 points
Elijah Ormiston 5 points

Davidson Day:
Trey Horton 16 points
Donovan Atwell 13 points
Blane St. Clair 10 points


2021 Jarvis Moss (Cannon): Moss was absolutely tremendous on the floor, scoring and willing his way on the court.  He looks ready for the spotlight, now being a primary ball-handler, knocking down shots off the bounce, and picking his spots.  He was cash-money throughout the game and really captured eyes on what he hopes to be a big season.

2022 Christian Reeves (Cannon): It is time for the 7-footer to show what he has, as he will man the middle for this program.  The agile big brings good mobility, inside touch and presence on both ends, and a shot-blocker.  Reeves has seen an uptick in his recruitment but really could take off more if he continues to show how he can operate, run the floor, and be a difference-maker on both ends.

2023 Trey Horton (Davidson Day): Horton has very good size and frame for his age, but he showcased his ability to get to his spots and knock down shots from behind the arc in this game.  Hitting multiple three’s, he is one that could really continue to develop his game and is one to watch.