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Arrows Blunt Madison

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 2/22/2013

The Ashland Arrows finshed the regular season at 13-9, 7-7 in the OCC with a 60-36 win over the Madison Rams.  The Arrows put three players in double digits with Isaac White leading the way with 17 points, Drew Delaney and Trey Smith both had 13.  For Madison who falls to 2-20 and 0-14 in the OCC, the Rams put one player over double digits with Bryce Luckie getting 13, Alex Smith had eight.

Both teams will meet again in tournament play on Tuesday at Galion in the Division I sectional semifinal with the winner to face Mansfield Senior in final Friday at Galion.   

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