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Madison, Clear Fork Move On In Girls Tournament

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/23/2014

The Madison girls basketball team jumped out to a 21-6, first quarter lead and never looked back en route to a 77-50 win over Lexington in the Division II sectional final at Mansfield Senior on Saturday. The Rams Fantasia Hood led the way with a game high 36 points. Madison's Mekaila Grose was next with 22, Lexington's Kelly Rhodes had 14. Madison advances to Thursday's district semifinal at Buckeye Central at 8pm vs Willard who was a 47-38 winner over Norwalk. In the second game on Saturday evening at Mansfield Senior, with the score at 26 all after three periods, Clear Fork was able to pull away from Shelby in the fourth quarter outscoring the Whippets 16-4 in the final eight minutes to win the lower bracket sectional by a 42-30 count. Clear Fork's Deijah Swihart scored a game high 18 points, followed by Erika Farst with 11. Shelby's Taylor Fulton was the only Whippet in double figures with ten. The win advances the Colts to the Division II distrct semifinal Thursday at 6:15pm against Bellevue at Buckeye Central. The Redmen were a 62-29 winner over Sandsuky Perkins at Seneca East.

   
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