Cleveland saw their 21 game winning streak come to an end in the state quarterfinals on Thursday in Murfreesboro after losing 77-51 to Memphis East. The Mustangs hit over 70-percent of their shots in the first half in racing out to a 15 point advantage at halftime. Memphis East had a sizable advantage in the paint with 7’1 center James Wiseman, who is considered to be the top recruit in the country. Wiseman finished the game with 20-points and 10-rebounds. He also helped the Mustangs out-rebound Cleveland 36-16. Jacobi Wood paced the Blue Raiders with 15 points.