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Time To Get Serious

7A/6A West Conference Play Starts

Posted: January 3, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Bentonville’s Taylor Lee, left, drives past East Newton (Mo.) defender Whitney Thomlinson on Wednesday during the Neosho (Mo.) Holiday Classic in Neosho, Mo.
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Bentonville’s Taylor Lee, left, drives past East Newton (Mo.) defender Whitney Thomlinson on Wednesday during the Neosho (Mo.) Holiday Classic in Neosho, Mo.

Trying to gauge a team’s strength before the start of conference play is risky, but a 12-1 record makes it hard to argue against.

NWA Media Poll

1). Bentonville

2). Rogers Heritage

3). Rogers

4). Fayetteville

5). Springdale Har-Ber

6). Van Buren

7). Siloam Springs

8). Springdale High

5 Games To Watch

Jan. 11 — Bentonville at Rogers Heritage

Jan. 15 — Rogers High at Bentonville

Jan. 22 — Rogers High at Rogers Heritage

Feb. 12 — Springdale Har-Ber at Springdale High

Feb. 22— Springdale Har-Ber at Rogers High

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