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University of Tennessee at Chattanooga guard Keiana Gilbert (20) passes the ball to a teammate during the UTC girls basketball game against the University of Central Florida at Maclellan Gym Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, in Chattanooga, Tenn. The Mocs fell to the Knights 57-58 in their home opener.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior Keiana Gilbert was chosen the College Sports Madness women's basketball player of the week for her part in four Mocs victories last Monday through Sunday. She averaged 17 points and 6.8 rebounds in the four games, with 27 points and three blocked shots in the week-opening win at Indiana. She scored 17 and 15 points in defeats of Georgetown and Auburn in the Challenge in Music City and was the most valuable player in the Nashville event. The Mocs host UT-Martin in a doubleheader with the men on Saturday, starting at 2 p.m.

» The Tennessee Wesleyan men's basketball team lost 92-90 on Monday at Knoxville's Johnson University, one of the three teams the Bulldogs have defeated in their 10 games this season. The Royals also are 3-7.

Auto Racing

» Rodney Finchum on Saturday and Amy Farrow on Sunday each won $3,000 as the winner of the Super Pro drag racing class at Brainerd Motorsports Park. Finchum, from Newport, Tenn., won with a 7.25-second run on a 7.24 dial in a 1968 Chevy II. Josh Powell from Trenton, Ga., was second with a 4.94-second burst on a 4.93 dial in his Chevrolet dragster. Also Saturday, Jake Ball of Newport won the Foot Brake class in the same car Finchum used, with a 7.27 run on a 7.26 dial; Bradley Smith of Bryant, Ala., was second with a 6.67 on a 6.64 in a 1973 Plymouth Duster. Hayden Haynes from Mount Carmel, Tenn., was the Junior Dragster winner with a 7.90 on a 7.90, and Cole Grayson of Whitwell was second. Farrow's winning run Sunday was 5.05 on a 5.05 in a dragster prepared by Steve Farrow; 16-year-old Jake Clayton was second with a 5.37 on a 5.38 in his uncle's dragster. Steve Clanton of Fort Payne won the Foot Brake with a 7.50 on a 7.50 in a 1972 Chevy S10; Mike Dike Jr. was second with a 7.80 on a 7.79 in a Ford pickup. Sunday's Junior Dragster victor was Carson Emmett of Cedar Bluff, Ala., with an 8.27 on an 8.27; Kat Cross of Cleveland was second with a 7.94 on a 7.91.

Bocce

» Bill Caulkins was the winner among 16 players in the 14th annual Calvanese Singles Bocce Tournament held recently on three Chattanooga courts. Caulkins earned $500. Last year's winner, Jack Akins, was the runner-up this time.

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