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First-year coach said Tuesday night’s performance was among the Vols’ best news@theheraldnewspapers.com As long as the Tennessee Volunteer basketball squad shows some improvement from one to the next, head coach Bruce Pearl is content. Tuesday night’s 93-68 romp over Alabama A&M; had the coach almost giddy. “This was one of our best performances, I don’t think there’s any question about that,” said the Vols’ first year coach who’s team improved to 7-1. “You saw a great effort, great [FULL STORY]


Lady Eagles shut down William Blount

Seymour’s scheming defense held area’s leading scorer 10 points below her average chris@theheraldnewspapers.com A shut-down defensive performance against one of the top players in the area and another big scoring performance from junior guard Keely Moore helped the streaking Seymour Lady Eagles win their second game in as many days Wednesday at the Pilot-Foodmart Winter Classic at Catholic High School. The Lady Eagles have now won four in a row, and five of their last six, with the [FULL STORY]


Goodpasture too much for Eagles

Seymour falls behind early, can’t recover against talented Nashville private school chris@theheraldnewspapers.com The Seymour Eagles might have been a little undermanned against their opponent Wednesday afternoon at the Pilot-Foodmart Holiday Classic at Catholic High School. But against a Goodpasture team stocked with two six-foot-eight post players and junior point guard getting looks from Division I colleges, so would most any other teams. Unintimidated talented squad from Nashvi [FULL STORY]


Lady Eagles sluggish in win

Big fourth quarter saves Seymour in holiday tournament against winless Red Bank chris@theheraldnewspapers.com It was better late than never for the Seymour Lady Eagles in the first round of the Pilot-Foodmart holiday basketball tournament at Catholic High School Tuesday afternoon. After a lackluster performance through the first three quarters of the contest, the Lady Eagles pulled away over the final eight minutes to clinch a 46-37 win over a winless Chattanooga- Red Bank team. Megan [FULL STORY]


Eagles glide past York

Seymour junior Duncan Smith has breakout game with 28 points chris@theheraldnewspapers.com Seymour junior Duncan Smith has been flirting with a breakout game for two weeks now. Tuesday afternoon at the Pilot-Foodmart Holiday Classic at Catholic High School, the athletic forward made it happen. Smith scored 28 points in the Eagles 63-37 romp over the York Institute Dragons on the first day of the annual tourney. He was a force from buzzer-to-buzzer, scoring a nice pull-up 15-footer in [FULL STORY]

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Lady Vol notes
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Tigers rally in second half
Smoky Bears nipped at the buzzer
Lady Eagles clip Rutledge
Rossie named second team Freshman All-American
Rossie named second team Freshman All-American




 
 

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