Lady War Eagles Win, Remain Tied For Second

Posted: February 3, 2013 at 4:36 a.m.

Ashley Ward, center, of Rogers Heritage looks to pass the ball Friday under pressure from Fayetteville’s Lauren Schuldt, left, and Alexa Howard during the game at War Eagle Arena in Rogers.

The Rogers Heritage Lady War Eagles finished strong to earn a 43-37 victory over Fayetteville on Friday in 7A/6A-West Conference basketball.

That Figures

3 — Field goals by War Eagles in the second half

2 — Points by War Eagles in the third quarter

12 — Free throws made by Heritage’s Brittany Ward in Friday’s win

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