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Springdale Girls Rally Past Fayetteville

Posted: January 6, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS Alexa Howard of Fayetteville and Springdale's Chasidee Owens scramble after a loose ball during Saturday’s game in the Fayetteville Bulldog Classic at Fayetteville High School.

Talk about a big confidence booster to cap off the nonconference basketball schedule. Springdale had already faced its fair share of close calls even before its showdown with Fayetteville in the third-place game of the Bank of Fayetteville Bulldog Classic on Saturday.

AT A GLANCE

BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE BULLDOG CLASSIC

BOYS

THURSDAY

Fort Smith Northside 73, Tulsa McClain 59

Springdale High 75, Liberty, Mo. 61

Springfi eld (Mo.) Kickapoo 39, Fayetteville 32

FRIDAY

Fort Smith Northside 49, Springdale High 48

Springfi eld Kickapoo 55, Tulsa McClain 33

Liberty, Mo. 64, Fayetteville 59 (OT)

SATURDAY

Fort Smith Northside 61, Liberty, Mo. 50

Springfi eld (Mo.) Kickapoo 57, Springdale 55

Fayetteville 54, Tulsa McClain 47

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

MVP — Joe Dye, Fort Smith Northside

Jason Richardson, Fort Smith Northside

Jack Simpson, Kickapoo

D.J. Evans, Springdale

Luke Renner, Fayetteville

Kellan Turner, Liberty

Deandre Jones, Tulsa McLain

GIRLS

THURSDAY

Little Rock Hall 59, Lake Hamilton 40

Springdale 51, Harrison 48

Fayetteville 50, Mountain Home 26

Little Rock Central 50, Greene County Tech 40

FRIDAY

Lake Hamilton 53, Mountain Home 46

Harrison 49, Greene County Tech 39

Little Rock Hall 61, Fayetteville 42

Little Rock Central 49, Springdale 40

SATURDAY

Mountain Home 41, Greene County Tech 39

Harrison def. Lake Hamilton

Springdale 44, Fayetteville 43 (OT)

Little Rock Central 68, Little Rock Hall 54

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

MVP — Kiera Williams, LR Central

Kamry Orr, LR Central

Shucolla Hill, LR Hall

Chasidee Owens, Springdale

Sydney Crockett, Fayetteville

Emily Poyner, Harrison

Kori Ballard, Lake Hamilton

Breelyn Arms, Mountain Home

Blair Metheny, Greene County Tech

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