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Madison Preps For Demons

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/30/2012

After winning what coach Sean Conway called the most emotional game of his career last friday over Mansfield Senior 34-0, the 9-1 Madison Rams will hit the road on Friday and travel to Westlake to face the 9-1 Green Demons of the Southwestern Conference. 

When asked who the Demons remind him of, coach Conway responded that Westlake is very similar to Lexington a team the Rams edged during the regular season 14-10.  The coach also said that the Demons like to line up in multiple looks on offense featuring the speard or one back set.  Conway says that like Madison, Westlake likes to run the football but can also throw it.  At 9-1 on the season the Demons only loss was in overtime to Division I North Olmsted 18-15.

The 9-1 finish for the Rams was there best regular season record in nearly 20 years.  This season also marks the fourth time in school history Madison has advanced  to football playoffs.  Madison was knocked out in the first round in 1990 by Columbus Brookhaven, in 1992 by Pickerington and after a first round win in 2005 at Sylvania Southview, in the second round  by Toledo Central Catholic at Tiffin. 

   
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