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  Originally Published on: 12/6/2013

They have had only two weeks of practice, but the Mansfield Tygers didn't show the effects of an extended football season as the Tygers ran past their cross town rivals the Madison Rams 86-45 at Pete Henry Gym Friday. The Tygers put four players in double figures led by Donovyn Benson with 17, Naradian James 15, Chek Washington 11 and Jalen Reese 10. The Tygers led 18-5 after one, 41-25 at the break and 59-35 after three. The Rams were led by Tyrell Ajian with 15 and Bryce Luckie with 12.
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