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Rams Take Two From Ashland

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/8/2014

The Madison Rams took two from the Ashland Arrows in OCC play winning 4-1 on Tuesday and 5-0 on Wednesday to maintain a one game lead in the Ohio Cardinal Conference baseball race with two games remaining in conference play both with Wooster on Tuesday at home and at Wooster Wednesday next week.

The Rams Michael Penny threw a complete game shutout Wednesday giving up just three hits improving his record to 5-0. Madison's Zane Harris, Bo Curvin, Kyle Galco, Josh Smith, Hunter Akerman and Blake Lampert all banged out hits. Alec Keen walked twice and scored as Madison struck for four runs in their half of the first inning. With the win, Madison improves to 16-5 in all games and 11-1 in OCC play. Ashland drops to 6-12 and 5-7.

   
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