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CLASS 7A Heritage High School TUESDAY'S GAMES Game 1 Har Ber vs. Cabot, noon Game 2 FS Southside vs. Game 3 Mount St. Mary vs. Game 4 Bentonville vs. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Game 5 Conway vs. Winner Game 1, noon Game 6 Bryant vs. Game 7 Fayetteville vs. Game 8 North Little Rock vs. THURSDAY'S GAMES Game 9 Winner Game 5 vs. Game 10 Winner Game 7 vs. RECORDS Ole Miss 5 3, 2 2 ; Arkansas 3 5, 2 3 SEC STARS Ole Miss kicker Bryson Rose went 3 of 3 on field goal attempts, including a 53 yarder and the gamewinning 31 yarder at the final buzzer. Arkansas tailback Dennis Johnson rushed for 161 yards and a touchdown and had 184 all purpose yards. TURNING POINT Bo Wallace completed a 14 yard pass to running back Jeff Scott on third and 9 from the Ole Miss 38 en route to Rose's game winning kick. 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The institute is situated on what was once part of the former governor's cattle farm. "I say it around here, and I really mean it: Life is an adventure," said Currie, who moved to the mountain when she began working at the institute in late 2011. "There's so much for me to learn about the work that we're trying to do. I'm still in the middle of my adventure." Just minutes before Brock, a Conway Animal Shelter dog, was going to be euthanized, Donna Stephens agreed to foster him for two weeks so a home could be found. She also took Miley, another shelter dog, and the two played together in her Conway backyard on a recent afternoon, happily oblivious to their close calls. "Aren't these great dogs?" Stephens asked. Faulkner County, like so many places in the South, struggles with a solution for stray dogs, but people in Northeastern states are begging for animals. 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