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Tygers Run The Table

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/1/2013The Mansfield Senior Tygers finished their first ever 10-0 regular season with a 45-16 win over rival Madison. The Tygers struck quick with a 69 yard touchdown pass to Chek Washington. But Madison came right back with a six yard run by Austin Finley. The Tygers regained the lead on a five run by Tyquan Vickers making it 14-7 Mansfield. With 5:49 left in the half Adam Day added a 25 yard field goal making it 14-10 Mansfield at the break. Madison grabbed the lead on the first play of the second half when Kal Gordon went 74 yards putting Madison up 16-14. The Tygers came right back on a 11 yard touchdown pass from Jalen Reece to Chek Washington following a Madison fumble. The Tyger defense got in on the act when Traevon Dickerson picked up a fumble and went 67 yards for six making the score 28-16 Mansfield. The Tygers would score 17 more points on a 78 yard punt return by Asante'Wilder, a 27 yard field goal by Hutch Blackstone and a 30 yard touchdown pass from Reese to Derek Gilbert making the final 45-16 Tygers. Madison outgained Mansfield 330 to 277 in total yards. Mansfield finishes 10-0 and waits to see who they will face next week at Arlin Field in week 11, while Madison finishes the season at 3-7. One bright spot for the Rams was Kalvin Gordon with 205 yards on 22 carries and one touchdown. The Tygers Chek Washington had eight catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
   
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