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Bulldogs Adjust To Slow Pace

Posted: February 10, 2013 at 5:23 a.m.

Ellie Breden, left, and Sydney Crockett, both of Fayetteville, battle for a rebound Friday with Rogers High’s Taylor Strickland in Fayetteville.
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Ellie Breden, left, and Sydney Crockett, both of Fayetteville, battle for a rebound Friday with Rogers High’s Taylor Strickland in Fayetteville.

One mark of a great basketball team is an ability to play all styles of the game. Up-tempo, half-court, transition-style hoops, you name it, great teams can handle the different styles

That Figures

0 — Combined field goals attempted and points scored in third quarter of Tuesday’s Fayetteville-Van Buren boys game

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

41.0 — Points allowed per conference game by Fayetteville girls, second best in 7A/6A-West

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