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  Originally Published on: 11/8/2013

The Mansfield Tygers improved to a school best 11-0, with a 24-0 win at home over Licking Heights in the Division II regional quarter finals.

The Tygers Jalen Reese threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns, all of them going to Robert Jones who had five catches total for 53 yards. Rushing wise, Mansfield Senior picked up 123 yards on the ground with Tyquan Vickers getting 92 yards on 17 carries. Malon Samuel gained 56 yards on six carries.

The Tyger defense led by Jaleel Taylor's seven tackles, limited the Hornets to just 149 yards of total offense with just 10 yards passing. Ron Carruthers-Kimbal led all Licking Heights ball carriers with 58 yards on six carries.

With the loss, Licking Heights closes their season at 9-2, while Mansfield Senior improves to 11-0 and will play 10-1 New Albany next Friday at Olentangy Liberty at 7:30 in the OHSAA regional semifinal. New Albany stopped Columbus Northland Friday evening 35-21.

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