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Tygers Turn Back Rams

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/19/2014Despite 45 fouls called during the contest, the Mansfield Tygers improved to 10-1 in all games and 8-1 in the OCC with a hard fought 61-48 win over rival Madison at Madison. The Tygers put three players in double digit scoring with DeJorr Gibson scoring 12, Mario Davison 10 and Donovyn Benson getting 11, all coming in the first half. Benson sat out the second half due to a knock on the head at the end of the second period. Madison put two players in double digit scoring with Tyrell Ajian with 13 and Bryce Luckie with 12. Coy Vantilburg had eight, Matt McClain five and Austin Finley and Cody Harris four. With the loss the Rams fall to 4-9 overall, 1-7 in conference. The Tygers and Rams will each be back in conference play next Friday. Madison will be home to Clear Fork, while the Tygers travel to Ashland.
   
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