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  1. GHS Gets Saturday Sweep Of Cumberland GapRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Greenville Sun

    The Greeneville boys' basketball team was less than 24 hours removed from a big District 2-AA win over rival Grainger that put the Devils alone in first place atop the league standings. Eight different players scored for Greeneville in a 27-point third quarter Saturday night, which allowed the Devils to pull away from a four-point halftime lead and beat visiting Cumberland Gap 71-43 at Hal Henard Gym.

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  2. Raiders rally late for win over RebelsRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    For Saturday's rescheduled meetings between Cleveland anda SFranklin County, seven points were all that separated the basketball squads in both the boys' and girls' final scores, with only For Saturday's rescheduled meetings between Cleveland anda SFranklin County, seven points were all that separated the basketball squads in both the boys' and girls' final scores, with only one positive result for the locals. Thea SBlue Raiders defeated the Rebels by seven points, 72-65, while the Lady Raiders fell short by seven points in a 63-56 loss.

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  3. Lady Huskies Get Defensive In Win Over West GreeneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Greenville Sun

    North Greene's Lady Huskies turned to their defense to pull away from cross-county rival West Greene Friday night and escape Jimmy Jones Gymnasium with a 59-36 victory. Holding the Lady Buffs to a single field goal in the third quarter, and it came at the buzzer ending the period, the Huskies pulled away from a 28-21 halftime lead to go into the home stretch with a comfortable 45-25 advantage, outscoring their hosts 17-4 in the third period.

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  4. Huskies Use Foul Shooting To Top Buffs In ThrillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Greenville Sun

    The difference in the outcome of the game eventually was decided by that charity stripe, as the Huskies made good on 17 of their shots while the Buffs were a woeful 12-23. The end result was a thrilling 58-55 win for North Greene in the cross-county clash.

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  5. Lady Rebels Clinch District 1-A Title With Rout Of CloudlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Greenville Sun

    The South Greene girls' basketball team exploded for 50 second-half points on the road at Cloudland Friday night, and that was more than enough to send the Lady Rebels to their second consecutive District 1-A regular season title. Led by three scorers posting 17 points or more, South Greene pulled away from an eight-point halftime advantage to roll to an 83-50 win over the Lady Highlanders.

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  6. Auburn falls 65-55 at Georgia, drops fifth consecutive gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Echo

    It did take a while for Georgia to blow the Tigers out but this game was never competitive. Georgia was only able to shoot 35.1 percent themselves, which allowed Auburn to keep it sort of close at the half, but that lead slowly grew throughout the second half.

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  7. Riverdale boys clinch third place in District 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Murfreesboro Post

    The Riverdale Warriors were able to get a much-needed victory on Friday night as they clinhed third place in District 7 with a 62-48 win over the Smyrna Bulldogs . The Bulldogs were stymied by the Warriors defense as they were shut down by the full-court press and unable to score in the half court in the first quarter.

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  8. Notre Dame rallies to beat No. 2 North CarolinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Echo

    The first victory in Chapel Hill in early January previous year helped launch the Fighting Irish to one of their best seasons, coming a shot away from making it to the Final Four. With upcoming games at third-place Clemson and against No.

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  9. Ware duo dismantle CanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Cleveland High School took to the road on Friday night, where they faced two tough East Hamilton teams in district 5-AAA competition. CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL'S KK Curry anticipates tip-off against East Hamilton's Noah Fager on Friday night, where the Blue Raiders came out on top, 60-36.

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  10. Stingy Bearettes secure top seed; Bears rollRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Putting together possibly their best games of the season, Bradley Central swept Soddy-Daisy Friday evening at Jim Smiddy Arena as the Bearettes joined the Bears in securing the top seed in the BRADLEYa SCENTRALa Splayers Julia Gaither , Katie Brown and Rhyne Howard battle with a pair of Soddy-Daisy players for a loose ball during Friday evening's District 5-AAAa Smatchup at Jim Smiddy Arena. Putting together possibly their best games of the season, Bradley Central swept Soddy-Daisy Friday evening at Jim Smiddy Arena as the Bearettes joined the Bears in securing the top seed in the upcoming District 5-AAAa STournaments.

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  11. 'Stangs split with ChargersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    WALKERa SVALLEY'S Cooper Melton looks to pass the ball to an open Josh Jones during Friday's game against McMinn Central. The Lady Mustangs faced perhaps the toughest challenge as they took on the Chargerettes , who are currently the second-ranked 5-AA team in the state, in what turned into a 67-42 loss.

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  12. Hawks soar past PaideiaRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    The Hawks took on the Paideia Academy Knights from Knoxville in a game in which Coach Frank Walker was able to The Hawks took on the Paideia Academy Knights from Knoxville in a game in which Coach Frank Walker was able to give all of his players plenty of playing time with the hosts claiming a 57-15 victory. Junior Barrett Pope followed with six, freshman Solomon Smith scored five, while senior Luke Benton and sophomore Peter Armao each added four points.

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  13. Bradley basketball history book availableRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    A 1968 graduate of Bradley Central, which is where Ia Searned my high school diploma from a decade later, Gary Ownbey spends much of waking hours promoting and serving our alma mater, whether he's paid to do so or not. Ownbey's latest project is a great example of his selfless dedication to Bear and Bearette sports as he has researched, compiled and published a 400-page complete history over the school's basketball programs.

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  14. Hoops: Brentwood wins last second shootout at FranklinRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Williamson Herald

    It was a classic battle between two of the oldest rivals in Williamson County Friday night and Brentwood won a traditional barnburner over Franklin 54-53. The back and forth battle ran for the entire 32 minutes.

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  15. PHOTOS: #2 Oak Hill Schools McCallie In ClassicRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Chattanoogan.com

    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga junior Jasmine Joyner was selected the Southern Conference women's basketball Player of the Month for January, the league office announced today.

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  16. Second-Ranked Oak Hill Smashes McCallie, 80-59, In ClassicRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Chattanoogan.com

    But senior Braxton Key, who led Christ Presbyterian to the TSSAA state tournament last season, issued a warning after the Warriors thrashed McCallie, 88-59, before a packed house at McCallie's Sports and Activities Center.

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  17. Hoops: Hamilton Heights edges Brentwood AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Williamson Herald

    Brentwood Academy hosted nationally ranked Hamilton Heights Christian Academy Thursday night and the Eagles gave the Hawks all they could handle. The Hamilton Heights boys, ranked No.

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  18. Heights Takes Down Brentwood Academy, 58-55Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | Chattanoogan.com

    In a battle of ranked basketball powerhouses, Hamilton Heights and Brentwood Academy locked horns in a barn-burner Thursday night.

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  19. UTC Soccer Adds 11 To 2016 RosterRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | Chattanoogan.com

    The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's soccer team added 11 to the 2016 roster head coach Gavin McKinney announced today.

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  20. Clarkrange spoils Monterey's celebrationsRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Herald-Citizen

    And while there was plenty to celebrate, it was Clarkrange who came away with two victories on Tuesday night at a Monterey's Makenzie Hite shoots a jumper during the Lady Wildcats' 36-18 loss to Clarkrange on Tuesday night at Burks Middle School in Monterey. Monterey's Parker Payne drives to the basket during the Wildcats' 56-45 loss to Clarkrange on Tuesday at Burks Middle School in Monterey.

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