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Tygers Sweep Arrows

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/1/2013

The Mansfield Senior Tygers maintained their lead in the Ohio Cardinal Conference improving to 10-0 in league play 13-3 overall as the Tygers ran past Ashland 80-60.  The Tygers Keon Johnson led a balanced attack with 20 points, Robert Jones had 16, Donovyn Benson 12, CJ Simmons ten, Jalen Reese seven.

The Arrows were led by Issac White with 22, Drew Delaney had 12, Willie Moore six.  The loss stops Ashland's four game winning streak and leaves then at 10-6 overall 6-5 in OCC play.  The win by Mansfield and the loss by West Holmes gives Mansfield a three game lead in OCC play.  Another win by Senior High in conference play will clinch at least a tie for the OCC championship. 

   
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