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Truckers Drive Through Madison

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  Original Published: 12/20/2013The Norwalk Truckers improved to 4-0 on the season with an 81-54 win over the Madison Rams at Wayne E. Miller Gym. The Truckers put three players in double digit scoring with Grant Hull leading the way with 20 points, followed by Ben Haraway with 16 and Jeff Thomas with 14. Coy Vantilburg led led 2-4 Madison with 16 points with Bill Buckley getting 11. The win by Norwalk was their 47th consecutive regular season win. The team has yet to play a game in the NOL due to a weather cancellation at Shelby last Saturday. The Truckers first league contest will come next Friday at Bellevue.
   
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