Wolves settle it in 4th overtime

Posted: March 15, 2014 at 3:40 a.m.

Arkansas State’s Brandon Reed (3) celebrates Friday night after the Red Wolves survived a 116-114 four-overtime victory over UALR to advance to the semifinals of the Sun Belt Tournament.

Melvin Johnson III finished the longest game in Sun Belt Conference Tournament history after nobody else could Friday night.

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Night of firsts all around

Forrest City’s Trent Stein (left) goes high to block a shot by Jacksonville’s Devin Campbell on Friday in the Class 5A boys championship game in Hot Springs. Stein, who had four points and five rebounds, and the Mustangs defeated the Red Devils 69-60. High school, Pages 4-5C.

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