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Tygers Survive Rams

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/28/2014

The Mansfield Tygers used a strong pressure defense in mounting a fourth quarter comeback to down crosstown rival Madison for the third time this season 59-56. The Rams led by Bryce Luckie who scored 19 points opened a nine point lead on Mansfield at 44-35 late in the third period, but the Tygers were able to weather the storm getting 19 points from Dejorr Gibson and 15 from Mario Davison as the Tygers outscored Madison 20-11 in the final period. The only other Ram in double digits was Tyrell Ajian who had 11. With the win Mansfield improves to 16-7 and advances to next week's Division I district semifinal back at Galion at 7pm on Thursday against Ashland who was a 69-41 winner over Fremont Ross. Madison ends their season at 6-18.

   
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