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NLR Outguns Springdale For State Championship

Posted: March 14, 2014 at 6 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette RICK MCFARLAND Treyshawn Lackey-Gause of Springdale High drives past North Little Rock’s Jawan Eldridge on Thursday at the state Class 7A boys championship game in Hot Springs.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette RICK MCFARLAND Treyshawn Lackey-Gause of Springdale High drives past North Little Rock’s Jawan Eldridge on Thursday at the state Class 7A boys championship game in Hot Springs.

HOT SPRINGS -- North Little Rock junior KeVaughn Allen swished a 3-pointer, was fouled and completed the four-point play late in the first quarter of the Class 7A state boys basketball championship game Thursday.

How They Scored

Boys

North Little Rock 89

Springdale 81

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Springdale^16^23^14^28^—^81

NLR (26-2): Beard 29, Allen 28, Hill 12, Gulley 6, Moore 5, Ekeh 5, Eldridge 4.

Springdale (22-6): Owens 30, Evans 22, Eckwood 14, J. Wymer 9, Cook 4, D. Wymer 2.

Brad Stamps & Players - 7A Title Postgame

Springdale coach Brad Stamps, as well as players Chris Owens, Tereke Eckwood and DJ Evans, recap the Bulldogs 89-81 loss to North Little Rock in the 7A state championship game. (By Andrew Hutchinson)
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Beard Leads North Little Rock Past Springdale

North Little Rock guard Anton Beard (4) scored 29 points and Kevaughan Allen (5) scored 28 points as North Little Rock beat Springdale 89-81 in the Class 7A State Championship in Hot Springs. Beard is signed with Arkansas while Allen is one of the nation's top junior recruits. (By Andrew Hutchinson)
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