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Potts Fills In Blanks For Lady Tigers

Posted: February 15, 2013 at 7:12 a.m.

Jamayne Potts of Bentonville brings the ball up the court during Tuesday’s game against Rogers at Rogers High.
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Jamayne Potts of Bentonville brings the ball up the court during Tuesday’s game against Rogers at Rogers High.

It doesn’t bother Jamayne Potts one bit she’s labeled the fill-in-the-blank player by Bentonville girls basketball coach Tom Halbmaier.

PROFILE

Jamayne Potts

SCHOOL: Bentonville

CLASS: Senior

HEIGHT: 5-7

NOTABLE: Is the first player off the Lady Tigers bench and can play anywhere between point guard and power forward. ... Averaged 4.1 points and 2.7 rebounds through Bentonville’s first 24 games. ... Drew the start in last week’s game against Rogers Heritage and had nine points and five rebounds. ... Had a season-high 10 points against Branson, Mo., and eight rebounds during the Lady Tigers first game against Van Buren.

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