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Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 10/1/2013

At 5-0 to start the season, the Mansfield Tygers will head to Ashland on Friday night to take on the Ashland Arrows who have won three straight. Both teams head into Friday contest in a first place tie in the Ohio Cardinal Conference, both knocked off undefeated teams last week. Ashland ran past West Holmes in Millersburg 48-21, while Mansfield Senior shut down Orrville 45-0 on Homecoming weekend. Tyger coach Chioke Bradley says the Senior High secondary will be pushed for the first time this season by Ashland's spread offense featuring Nick Zurcher at quarterback who entered last week as the area's top passer. Mansfield's Jalen Reese was ranked right behind Zurcher in the stats. Ashland also had the top two receivers in the area in Max Stringer and Jacob Alton. The Tygers Chek Washington and Asante' Wilder are also amoung the area's top 12 receivers. Mansfield won last season's contest 29-15. The Tygers 5-0 start to the season is just the school's fifth dating back to the fall of 1943. The other three came in 2001, 1961 and 1958.

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