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Harms Does Major Damage

Posted: January 23, 2013 at 5 a.m.

In a game where both teams tried to stop each other's leading scorer, a reserve player made the biggest impact.

Van Buren 61, Siloam Springs 52

Siloam Springs 10 11 13 18 — 52

Van Buren 13 8 15 25 — 61

Siloam Springs (14-3, 4-2): Gray 21, Henson 20, Goddard 9, Van Poucke 2.

Van Buren (10-8, 3-3): Ray 18, Harms 17, Smith 12, Pearson 7, Tucker 5, Pagel 2.

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