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Shelby Comeback Downs Madison

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  Original Published: 11/29/2013The Madison Rams led Shelby 16-11 after one quarter, 33-27 at the half and 51-42 after three quarters, but it was Shelby who would come out on top besting the Rams for the fifth straight year 62-61. Tristan Kehres scored a game high 27 points, including the game winner with just 2.6 seconds remaining to give the Shelby boys basketball team their first win in their new gym. Brandon Schneider was the only other Whippet in double figures with 12. Madison was led by Coy Vantilburg with 26 points which included six straight three pointers. Bill Buckley was the only other Madison player in double figures with ten. Vantilburg did have the final shot for Madison from half court but it was off the mark.
   
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