Loss Puts Lady War Eagles In Second-Place Tie

Posted: January 27, 2013 at 5:31 a.m.

Three days after the Rogers Heritage Lady War Eagles notched one of their biggest wins in program history against crosstown rival Rogers High, they struggled in almost every phase of the game in a 64-53 loss at Siloam Springs.

That Figures

2 — Losses for the Lady War Eagles in the 7A/6A-West Conference

0 — Wins by the War Eagles in the conference

5 — Conference wins this season by the Lady War Eagles and 3-pointers made by Crist Olsen against Siloam Springs on Friday

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