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Offense Comes Alive For Fayetteville

Posted: January 20, 2013 at 4:26 a.m.

Lauren Schuldt, Fayetteville sophomore, puts up a shot Friday around Springdale High junior Karen Perez at Springdale High School.
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Lauren Schuldt, Fayetteville sophomore, puts up a shot Friday around Springdale High junior Karen Perez at Springdale High School.

Tough, consistent defense has been a staple of the Fayetteville girls basketball team so far this season.

That Figures

4 — Games in which Fayetteville girls have score more than 50 points this season, two of which came this week.

11 — Players who scored for the Lady Bulldogs in a 54-40 win against Siloam Springs

32 — Average margin of victory in Fayetteville’s five conference wins in boys basketball

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