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Tygers Clamp Down On Lexington

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/31/2014The Mansfield Tygers earned a split with Lexington knocking off the Minutemen by a final of 51-33. The Tygers put nine players in the score book led by Jameel Butts with 11 points followed by Donovyn Benson with nine, Naradian James seven, Mario Davison six, Dejorr Gibson five, Jalen Reese and Chek Washington each had four, Asante Wilder three and Malon Samuel two. For Lexington Matt Barkett had 16, Zach Temple five, Bryan Truax, Joey Zahn and Jonah Yaussy four. The Tygers led after one period 10-4, at the half 23-9 and after three 42-21. With the win Mansfield Senior improves to 12-1, 10-1 in the OCC, Lexington falls to 8-8, 4-6 in conference play.
   
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