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December 13, 2018

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State of the Wolves

Members of the relay teams for the Lake Hamilton swim team qualified last week for the state meet from the Bryant December Invite at Bishop Park.

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Hall of Famer Zito to have string at Oaklawn

Nick Zito has started only a handful of horses at Oaklawn Park, but that figures to change in 2019 after the Hall of Fame trainer said he will "probably" have 20 horses on the grounds when the scheduled 57-day meet begins on Jan. 25.

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Magnet Cove earns home win vs. CMS

MAGNET COVE -- C.J. Burks earned a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds for Cutter Morning Star, but it was not enough to lift the Lady Eagles over Magnet Cove Tuesday night as the Lady Panthers took a 50-41 win.

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Swecker signs to run for UALR

PEARCY -- A third member of the Lake Hamilton track and field program joined a Division I team on Wednesday when Colby Swecker signed to run in college for the Little Rock Trojans.

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Hogs get back to work

FAYETTEVILLE -- The baker's dozen or so NBA scouts attending Saturday's game at Bud Walton Arena did not cook Arkansas' goose.

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Fincham signs to play volleyball at JBU

PEARCY -- Lake Hamilton senior Morgan Fincham will be continuing her volleyball career following an impressive senior campaign as the setter signed Tuesday morning to play with John Brown University next year.

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Tourney champs

The Fountain Lake junior high boys' basketball team celebrates Saturday after winning a tournament in Poyen.

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Noland takes to 2-sport task

FAYETTEVILLE -- Connor Noland joined fellow Arkansas baseball pitchers on Nov. 27 just days after he ended his freshman football season relieving junior starting quarterback Ty Storey during a 38-0 loss at Missouri in Columbia, Mo., on Nov. 23.

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