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Warriors Win 5th Straight

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/2/2013

It was a big weekend for Ontario, holding serve at home Friday and Saturday to the tune of a combined 80-point margin. The Warriors dominated Madison 64-34 just one night after slaying Crestline 78-28 to extend their longest winning streak of the season out to five.

Ontario never trailed against the Rams, taking a 13-4 lead into the second quarter and holding a 30-13 advantage at the break. The Warriors then put the game out of reach with a 20-point third quarter for a 50-23 margin and cruised the rest of the way to a 30-point win.

Ontario outshot Madison 20-37 (54%) to 12-36 (33%) and outrebounded the Rams 29-22.

Cameron Mack followed up his 26-point performance against the Bulldogs with 17 pts and 9 rb's to lead the Warriors. Wyatt Clemens added 13 pts, Blake Balogh 9, while Tyler Boatwright posted 6 pts and 6 assists.

Madison failed to put a player in double figure scoring, with Brett Shields netting a team-high 8 pts, Cory Peterson was next with 7 and Zane Harris dropped 6.

The win finishes up non-conference play for 14-4 Ontario, who have a shot at going undefeated in the NCC with just four games remaining. They will next be in action on Saturday when they host 7-9 Galion.

Madison drops their 14th consecutive game to fall to 1-16 and will travel to Orrville (2-14) next Friday. 

   
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