McRae boasted 33.8 points per game. Maze sat at 32.3.
Apparently McRae wanted to repeat as PRTL's top scorer.
The Vols junior guard pumped in 27 of 36 shots Thursday night at Bearden High School, including 8 of 13 3-pointers, and set the league scoring record with a 64-point outing.
McRae's performance propelled Choice Spine (4-1) to 129-94 victory against Campus Lights (0-5) and a spot in Monday's PRTL title game.
Choice Spine faces R. Larry Smith Insurance (4-1) at 7 p.m. at Bearden.
News Sentinel (2-3) will square off with DeRoyal Industries (3-2) in the consolation game.
DeRoyal secured its spot in the title game behind a 29-point effort by Maze in a 121-119 victory against News Sentinel.
In the night's other action, Galen Campbell, a UT walk-on last season, led Rice Buick GMC (2-3) to a 123-107 victory against DeRoyal.
McRae's 64-point outburst overshadowed a 35-point performance by UT freshman Derek Reese in a losing effort for Campus Lights (0-5).
The previous single-game scoring record in the Rocky Top League's six-year history was 61 from Carson-Newman's Scott Williams in 2007.