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February 20, 2018
El Dorado News Times

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Hall shines in road victory at Mississippi

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - The Razorbacks double-downed on Darious Hall Tuesday night in Oxford, Miss., and they promised to reward him doubly upon their return to Fayetteville.

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Drew Central knocks off Smackover 63-38

News-Times Staff SMACKOVER - After picking up a thrilling victory on Monday over Lake Village to clinch a spot in next week's regional tournament, Smackover came up short in the semifinals of the 8-3A District Tournament on Wednesday, falling to top-seeded Drew Central 63-38.

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El Dorado records sweep at Hope

News-Times Staff HOPE - Joderrio Ramey led three players in double figures with 17 points, as El Dorado rallied past Hope 52-47 in a 5A-6A District 6 contest on Tuesday night. Earlier in the evening, the Lady Wildcats cruised to a 49-26 victory over Hope.

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Junction City, Smackover advance

News-Times Staff SMACKOVER - The second quarter proved to be the difference for Junction City on Tuesday night, as the Dragons overcame a slow start to top Fordyce 54-40 at the 8-3A District Tournament.

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Razorbacks get past Rebels

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson smiled, nodded his head affirmatively and used one his favorite words, "energy," to describe his Razorbacks. "We've got some young energy," said Anderson, after the Razorbacks beat Mississippi 75-64 on Tuesday night.

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Razorbacks, Rebels to meet in SEC clash

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas coach Mike Anderson begins tonight’s rematch with the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford, Miss., stressing a Razorbacks search party to locate Ole Miss guard Terence Davis.

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Missouri cruises past Arkansas 84-58

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - The nationally 15th-ranked Missouri Tigers’ women’s basketball team couldn’t shoot through the ice in Columbia, Mo., to play Sunday’s scheduled SEC game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Walton Arena.

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PC falls in junior high finals

News-Times Staff HARMONY GROVE - Four free throws in the final 40 seconds in regulation proved to be the difference, as Spring Hill topped Parkers Chapel 23-20 to win the 7-2A East Junior High District Tournament on Monday.

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Smackover outlasts Lake Village 57-54

By Tony Burns Sports Editor SMACKOVER - Smackover maintained its composure when things got chippy in a season-on-the-line game at the 8AAA District Tournament. The Buckaroos used an 8-0 spurt to pull away in the fourth quarter and win 57-54 over Lake Village.

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Dewey competes in City of Lights

KISSIMMEE, Florida - El Dorado's Anabelle Dewey continued her journey toward becoming an Elite American gymnast Saturday when she competed in the Orlando City of Lights National Elite Qualifier.

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Columbia Christian upends West Side

West Side Christian came out on the short end of two thrilling AACS South District Tournament championship games Saturday afternoon at the Warrior Center. Columbia Christian held off the Lady Warriors 46-43 in the girls final before the Warriors let one slip away to the Crusaders 49-46 in the boys title match.

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Arkansas set to host Vanderbilt

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - Sporting six seniors, the Arkansas Razorbacks are the oldest team tonight at Walton Arena, but it’s the Vanderbilt Commodores with a couple of old salts whose playing days seem dated back to Noah’s ark.

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Gerald commits to Razorbacks

By Nate Allen Special to the News-Times FAYETTEVILLE - According to multiple media outlets, nationally No. 1 rated junior college defensive end Dorian Gerald signed a letter of intent Friday to play football in 2018 for new coach Chad Morris’ Arkansas Razorbacks.

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Bucks pick up victory

News-Times Staff SMACKOVER - Bryce Lockhart was one of three players in double figures, as Smackover closed the regular season with a 57-54 win over Fordyce on Friday night in Class 3A-4A District 12 play.

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