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Shelby Edges Madison.
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Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 11/30/2012

The Shelby Whippets' Austin Rohde hit a last second shot to propell his team past rival Madison 35-34 in a low scoring affair at Wayne E. Miller Gym.  The Whippets Grant Fenner led all scorers with 15 points.  Austin Rohde, who hit the game winner had seven.  For Madison, Bryce Luckie had seven, Cory Peterson six and Kobi Johnson five.  It marks the third straight year the Whippets have bested rival Madison.  The 0-1 Rams will try next week for their first win against rival Mansfield Senior, while 1-0 Shelby will take on Orrville Saturday before hosting Norwalk next Friday.  

   
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