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Farmington Moves Into First-Place Tie

Posted: January 16, 2013 at 5 a.m.

MARK HUMPHREY STAFF PHOTO Farmington point guard, Jeremy Mueller reacts to a pass going to the wing. Mueller scored Farmington's final 8 points all on free throws to lead the Cardinals past Pea Ridge, 45-39, on Tuesday.

Pea Ridge has some company atop the boys 4A-1 Conference standings. That team is Farmington, which moved into a first-place tie in the league with a 45-39 victory over the Blackhawks Tuesday at Myrl Massie Gymnasium. Center Chase Garner led Farmington with 13 points and senior guard Josh Mueller added 11, including eight consecutive free throws in the fourth quarter to keep the Cardinals ahead.

Farmington 45, Pea Ridge 39

Pea Ridge 12 5 8 14 — 39

Farmington 9 10 10 16 — 45

PEA RIDGE (15-4, 6-1): Tillman 5, DeLeon 7, Pitts 7, Mangrum 6, Hall 8, Davis 6.

FARMINGTON (14-4, 6-1): Mueller 11, Brackett 9, Garner 13, Dellett 10, Stevens 2.

Farmington 56, Pea Ridge 24

Pea Ridge 8 3 8 5 — 24

Farmington 12 14 16 14 — 56

PEA RIDGE (3-15, 0-7): Cypert 6, Schooley 4, Cochran 4, Caton 2, Winn 8.

FARMINGTON: (15-4, 6-1): Rhame 20, Maxwell 10, Scheyder 6, Scales 2, Duchanois 4, Blackburn 6, Sigmon 4, McPherson 4.

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