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Tyger Girls Go To 4-1

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/6/2013

The Mansfield Tyger girls basketball team ran their record to 4-1 in all games, 1-0 in the OCC with a 73-64 win over Madison at Wayne E. Miller Gym on Thursday evening. Jeryn Reese led Senior High with 21 points followed by Rajaa Anderson with 15, as the Tygers who trailed 20-16 after one period, began to take control of the game outscoring Madison 16-6 in the second quarter and 25-16 in the third. In addition to Reese and Anderson, the Tygers got 12 from Erica Johnson and nine each from Raven Bond and Naya Penders. The Rams were led by Fantasia Hood who scored a game high 22 points. Molea Thompson was close behind at 19, while Mekaila Gross scored 14. The loss drops Madison to 2-2 overall, 0-1 in conference. The Tygers will hit the floor again on Thursday at Ashland, while the Rams will host Wooster Triway on Monday.

   
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