Reinhardt loses Mid-South battle with Faulkner in OT
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
01:13 AM, Sunday, September 21
Reinhardt nearly upset Faulkner for the second straight year, but the host Eagles were left to instead hang their heads after losing 55-52 in the first overtime in team history.

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