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Panthers De-Clawed

Fayetteville Easily Blows Past Siloam Springs

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

Jawan Smith of Fayetteville goes up for a dunk on a fast break against Siloam Springs on Tuesday at Fayetteville.
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Jawan Smith of Fayetteville goes up for a dunk on a fast break against Siloam Springs on Tuesday at Fayetteville.

Siloam Springs couldn’t find a way to slow down Fayetteville. The Bulldogs overpowered the Panthers in a matchup of two of the 7A/6A-West Conference’s top boys basketball teams and rolled to a 52-26 mercy rule win at Bulldog Arena.

Fayetteville 52, Siloam Springs 26

Siloam Springs 9 5 4 8 — 26

Fayetteville 17 16 17 2 — 52

Siloam Springs (13-2, 3-1): Henson 11, Goddard 3, Johnson 3, Gray 2, Seliga 2, Van Poucke 2, Holroyd 2, Berger 1.

Fayetteville (14-3, 4-0): Smith 15, Waitsman 10, Boyd 7, McCullough 6, Paschke 6, Watkins 3, Renner 3, Williamson 2.

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