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Madison To Host Clear Fork Friday

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/2/2012

After a last second win over rival Lexington 14-10 last Friday, the Madison Rams stand at 5-1 overall after six weeks, 2-1 in the OCC as the Rams host 2-4 Clear Fork on Friday.  Madison coach Sean Conway was happy to get the win this past Friday over Lex, but added the Minutemen were in control of the game, especially in the first half but somehow we (Madison) found a way to win.  Conway also added that his team needs to get better in all areas of the game as they prep for the Colts.

Clear Fork will be looking to snap a three game slide after a 54-24 loss to Wooster last Friday. On what to expect come game time, Conway stated that as always Clear Fork will be physical.  He also added that the Colts have shown the ability to run the football and throw it out of a multitude of formations.  In their loss to the Generals, the Colts accounted for 293 yards of offense 121 on the ground, 172 through the air.  Conway also hopes to get the running game going again.  Last week, the areas leading rusher Madison's Kale Huss was held to just 21 yards on ten carries by Lexington.  It was the first time Huss had been held under 100 yards this season.   Last year Madison stopped the Colts in Bellville 21-14. 

   
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