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Coach Continues To See Intensity

LADY BULLDOGS REMAIN AGGRESSIVE TO WIN 7A/6A-WEST CONFERENCE OPENER

Posted: January 6, 2013 at 3:01 a.m.


Tereke Eckwood, right, of Springdale High tries to get past Rogers High’s Brett Gent on Jan. 4 in Springdale.
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Tereke Eckwood, right, of Springdale High tries to get past Rogers High’s Brett Gent on Jan. 4 in Springdale. DRIVING FORCE

Springdale High girls basketball coach Heather Hunsucker was impressed with the intensity she saw from her players at the Neosho Holiday Classic.

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Sports, Pages 8 on 01/06/2013

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