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KNOXVILLE — Armani Moore scored a career-high 19 points and matched a career high with 13 rebounds Saturday, and Tennessee defeated Auburn 71-63 to spoil Tigers coach Bruce Pearl's return to Thompson-Boling Arena. This marked the first time Pearl had faced Tennessee since returning to coaching this season. He led UT to six straight NCAA tournament appearances from 2006-11.
Oxford forward Shelby McEwen dunks during the first half in Friday’s game against West Point. (Petre Thomas)
By John Davis
WEST POINT — Unselfish play keyed the Oxford Chargers in their 70-44 win over West Point on Friday night.
Of the 31 baskets the Chargers made from the floor, 30 came with an assist for a player.
Lauren Wood | Buy at photos.djournal.com Paul McLeod’s baby pink Elvis Presley-themed Cadillac DeVille went quickly at Saturday’s auction.
By Riley Manning
HOLLY SPRINGS – Auction-goers clogged the street Saturday morning in front of Graceland Too, the house-turned-museum of late owner Paul McLeod, prepared for an eight-hour stretch in which over 600 individual lots were to be bid on.
The whole shebang took under an hour.
Auctioneer Greg Kinard, of Meridian’s Spur K Auctions, first put McLeod’s two Cadillacs on the block.