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Springdale Har-Ber Fades At Season's End

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 6 a.m.

FILE PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS 
Kindal Coleman of Bentonville and Bailey Schalk of Har-Ber fight for a rebound during a game Dec. 11 in Springdale.
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FILE PHOTO MICHAEL WOODS Kindal Coleman of Bentonville and Bailey Schalk of Har-Ber fight for a rebound during a game Dec. 11 in Springdale.

Springdale Har-Ber was hoping to end its late-season slide with a turnaround in the Class 7A state tournament.

Springdale Har-Ber Lady Wildcats

2013-14 Basketball Schedule

Date^Opponent^Results

Nov. 19^Farmington^W, 63-58

Dec. 3^Pea Ridge^W, 55-41

QUAD STATE CLASSIC, WILLARD, MO.

Dec. 5^Willard, Mo.^W, 58-43

Dec.6^Fort Scott, Kan.^W, 67-58

Dec. 7^Springfield (Mo.) Hillcrest^W, 68-60

JOPLIN (MO.) INVITATIONAL

Dec. 12^Neosho, Mo.^L, 58-57

Dec. 13^Joplin, Mo.^W, 65-28

Dec. 14^Harrison^W, 64-53

MANSFIELD (TEXAS) INVITATIONAL

Dec. 26^John Paul II (Texas)^W, 47-32

Dec. 27^Flower Mound (Texas) Marcus^L, 64-39

Dec. 28^Mansfield (Texas) Summit^L, 59-46

Jan. 10^Siloam Springs*^W, 55-54

Jan. 14^Bentonville*^L, 57-55

Jan. 17^at Van Buren*^W, 62-45

Jan. 21^Springdale*^W, 60-40

Jan. 24^at Rogers Heritage*^W, 45-38

Jan. 28^Fayetteville*^W, 44-34

Jan. 31^at Rogers*^W, 39-37

Feb. 7^at Siloam Springs*^W, 79-77

Feb. 11^Bentonville*^L, 56-52

Feb. 14^Van Buren*^W, 44-39

Feb. 18^at Springdale*^L, 56-37

Feb. 21^Rogers Heritage*^W, 64-34

Feb. 25^at Fayetteville*^L, 60-46

Feb. 28^Rogers*^L, 54-52

March 6^Little Rock Central#^L, 56-51

* Denotes conference game

# Denotes state tournament game

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