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Heritage's Sams Gives Team Big Lift

Posted: March 5, 2014 at 5 a.m.

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MacKenzie Sams, Rogers Heritage guard, checks into the game Feb. 25 against Rogers High at Heritage.
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Staff Photo Michael Woods @NWAMICHAELW MacKenzie Sams, Rogers Heritage guard, checks into the game Feb. 25 against Rogers High at Heritage.

MacKenzie Sams only averaged about three points per game this season, but Rogers Heritage basketball coach Tom Olsen said the senior's contribution to the first team to reach the state tournament in school history has been immeasurable.

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