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Madison Opens New Gym By Downing Lex

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/11/2014

The Madison Rams opened their new gym on Saturday evening with a win by downing rival Lexington 46-41. Trailing 23-14 at the break, the Rams outscored the Minutemen 32-18 in the second half to send home the Madison faithful happy. Madison coach Tim Mergel who saw his team win their first OCC game since February 10, 2012, a 65-55 win over Orrville, says the Rams gave a strong effort all night and made shots when they had to. For Madison, Coy Vantilburg led all scorers with 13 points hitting two big three pointers in the second half. Tyrell Ajian was next with 11, Bryce Luckie had seven and Bill Buckley six. Matthew McClain had four, Cody Harris two, Austin Finley three. For Lexington, Zach Temple and Johnah Yaussy each had ten, while Joey Zahn dropped in nine, Matt Barkett and Bryan Truax had five each, Trent Richwine two. With the win the Rams improve to 4-7, 1-5 in conference, while Lexington falls to 7-5, 3-3 in OCC play.

   
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