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Tyger Rally Comes Up Short

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/21/2012

The Dayton Dunbar Wolverines jumped out to a 12-0 lead to start their ballgame with Mansfield Senior, before the Tygers could get on the board.  Dunbar built a 15 point lead, but Mansfield hung around just enough to make things interesting in the fourth period.  Twice in the fourth quarter Mansfield Senior tied the game at 53-all and 55-all, but never was able to grab the lead.

The Tyger comeback was lead by Keon Johnson's game high 28 points, Donovyn Benson was next with 15.  Dunbar got balanced scoring from A.J. Harris with 18, Myron McGuire 17 and Damarion Jeter 16.  Dunbar led 28-13 after one, 36-28 at the half, 52-41 after three, with the final Dunbar 67 Mansfield 61. 

The loss drops Mansfield Senior to 5-1, while Dayton Dunbar improves to 7-0, winning their 35th consecutive game.    

   
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