Reinhardt dashed by Mercer once again
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
01:45 AM, Friday, August 29
In a fourth-quarter storyline similar to the one written last year in Macon, Mercer once again edged Reinhardt by three points, for a 45-42 victory in the season opener for both programs Thursday night

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