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Track: All-American Rollins Inducted Into Springdale HOF

Posted: July 20, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

 FILE PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS Paige Farrell was a four-time state champion in the 400 meters and won the state title in the 800 meters as a senior at Springdale. Her state record of 55.54 seconds in the 400 meters still stands. Farrell was also a four-time All-American, a four-time All-Southeastern Conference selection and a member of five school record-setting relay teams at the University of Arkansas.
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FILE PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS Paige Farrell was a four-time state champion in the 400 meters and won the state title in the 800 meters as a senior at Springdale. Her state record of 55.54 seconds in the 400 meters still stands. Farrell was also a four-time All-American, a four-time All-Southeastern Conference selection and a member of five school record-setting relay teams at the University of Arkansas.

Paige Farrell-Rollins was always going to be a first-ballot inductee into the Springdale High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

Springdale High Athletic Hall Of Fame

Induction Ceremony: 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, Springdale High cafeteria

Info/Tickets: 479-750-1680

Inductee^Graduation Year

Jerry Delozier^1953

Jerry Brewer^1958

Ron Baker^1963

Rick Fine^1979

Afton Scott^1984

Craig McKee^1991

Aaron Adams^1991

Paige Farrell-Rollins^2004

Meagan Pless^2004

Bill Carter^Meritorious Service

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