Fayetteville Turns Up Heat

Lady Bulldogs Take Advantage Of 24 Lady Panther Turnovers

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

Denesha White of Fayetteville tries to get the ball past Siloam Springs defender Ashlin Stock during Tuesday’s game at Fayetteville.

Fayetteville turned up the heat on its pressure defense Tuesday against Siloam Springs.

Fayetteville 54, Siloam Springs 40

Siloam Springs 16 3 7 14 — 40

Fayetteville 17 13 14 10 — 54

Siloam Springs (8-7, 1-3): Morgan Miller 11, Mayse Pippin 11, Krista Lopez 9, Baily Cameron 8, Bailee Owens 1.

Fayetteville (6-11, 2-2): Aubrey Edie 12, Ellie Breden 8, Alexa Howard 8, Jaylah Prude 6, Vanessa Matlock 6, Brittany Austin 5, Lauren Schuldt 3, Deneka White 2, Mollie Brewer 2, Catara Robinson 1, Caylea Moore 1.

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