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Pointers Roll Over Har-Ber

Posted: February 9, 2013 at 4:04 a.m.

Just like last month's game in Springdale, Van Buren drained plenty of 3-pointers, but this time, made more than enough two-point baskets and free throws to defeat Springdale Har-Ber.

Har-Ber 10 6 15 22 — 53

Van Buren 10 14 19 23 — 66

Har-Ber (5-16, 3-7): Rice 19, Davis 8, R. Jones 8, Fox 5, Jester 4, Mallot 4, B. Jones 3, Buccheri 2.

Van Buren (11-11, 4-6): Pearson 26, Harms 13, Pagel 12, Smith 9, Ray 2, Tucker 2, Eversole 2.

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