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Madison Gets First Win

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 12/8/2012

A night after being blown out by their cross town rival, the Madison Rams came back Saturday evening to get their first win of the season and for first year varsity coach Tim Mergel by beating Galion 62-44.  The Rams wasted no time in grabbing the lead early in the game running out to a 21-9 first quarter lead and 35-14 at the half.

Madison put four players in double figures led by Cory Peterson with 18 points on four three point shots.  Alex Smith was next with 13, freshman Zane Harris scored 12, Alec Keen 10.  Galion's Tony Kirk, Antonio Burket and Autin Prosser each scored ten.  The win puts Madison at 1-2, with Lexington and Norwalk coming up next Friday and Saturday, while Galion falls to 1-1 with Bucyrus and Lexington on the schedule next weekend.   Madison also won the JV contest 50-37.    

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