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Tygers Stop Colts

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/17/2014

Leading 30-22 at the break over Clear Fork, the Mansfield Tygers turned it up a notch in the second half outscoring the Colts 34-18 en route to a 64-40 win. The Tygers were led by Naradain James with 17, Donovyn Benson had nine, Jalen Reese eight, Jameel Butts, Dejorr Gibson, Marquez Cobb all with six, with Malon Samuel getting four, Asante Wilder four and Marshall Levins three. For Clear Fork, Brandon Leurs and Ridge Winand both had 13, Kadin Chrastina eight and Griffin Robinette six. With the win the Tyger improve to 9-1 in all games, 7-1 in the OCC, while the Colts slip to 3-7, 1-5 in conference play.

   
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