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10th-grader posts big-time numbers

Posted: November 14, 2012 at 4:31 a.m.

Mayflower quarterback Adam Dycus threw for 436 yards in last week’s Class 3A first-round playoff victory at Yellville-Summit, giving him 3,884 yards this season. Only Pulaski Academy’s Lawson Vassar (4,242) has more.

Mayflower quarterback Adam Dycus threw for 436 yards in last week’s Class 3A first-round playoff victory at Yellville-Summit, giving him 3,884 yards this season. Only Pulaski Academy’s Lawson Vassar (4,242) has more.

The sophomore with the most passing yards in the state this fall isn’t Ty Storey of Charleston.

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Sports, Pages 24 on 11/14/2012

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