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Bulldogs Pick Up Pace After Half

Posted: February 3, 2013 at 4:21 a.m.

Trey Boyd of Fayetteville shoots over Rogers Heritage’s Xavier Thomas on Friday in Rogers
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Trey Boyd of Fayetteville shoots over Rogers Heritage’s Xavier Thomas on Friday in Rogers

In recent games, Fayetteville has shown a tendency to get stronger as the contest has wore on. After trailing Springdale High at halftime, the Bulldogs won by 20.

That Figures

32 — Combined points from Tyler McCullough, Manny Watkins and Caleb Waitsman in Friday’s win

35.9 — Points allowed per game by Fayetteville boys in conference play, best in 7A/6A-West

64.3 — Points scored per game by Bulldogs in conference play, tops in 7A/6A-West

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