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|Huntington sweeps WCCA|
Huntington School's boys team used strong defense to earn its first District 6A East win of the season.
It was never stronger than the final 11 seconds when the Hounds kept Wilkinson County Christian Academy from attempting a shot following a missed Hound free throw to preserve a 37-36 win Friday in Ferriday.
"We know we have to play good defense to win," said Hound coach David Boydstun. "We haven't scored 50 points in a game all year. That was a big win for us. We don't want to finish fourth in district and have to face Riverdale in the first round of the tournament."
Huntington, which evened its district record to 1-1 with the win, trailed 12-9 after one period and 20-19 at halftime.
But the Hounds outscored the Rams 11-7 in the third period and went to a delay game to preserve the lead in the final quarter.
Tyler Pere´led Huntington with 19 points.
Huntington's Lady Hounds also evened their district at 1-1 with a 57-39 win over the Lady Rams.
Huntington scored the most points it has in a quarter all season, leading WCCA 24-9 after one period and 37-24 at halftime.
"I had to look around and wonder where did this team come from," said Huntington coach Penny Moak. "We just need to continue playing like that."
Huntington outscored WCCA 23-15 in the second half.
Phyllicia Woods led Huntington with 20 points, while Donna Tarver added 13 and Emilee Johns 11.
Huntington's boys made it two district wins in a row Tuesday night by defeating Tensas, 53-39 in St. Joseph.
Huntington led 14-9 after one period and 28-19 at hafltime.
The Hounds outscored the Chiefs 25-20 in the second half.
Pere´ led Huntington iwth 12 points, while Josh Guillory added 12 and Kevin Brown 10.
Hunter Hale netted 16 for Tensas.
Huntington's girls fell 52-26 to the Lady Chiefs.
Tensas led 11-7 after one period and 23-18 at halftime.
Tarver led Huntington with 14 points, while Woods added 11.
Mary Miller Ratcliff led Tensas with 20 points, while Kaitlen Emfinger added 15.
Huntington hosts Tallulah Friday.
Huntington teams travels to Liberty, Ms., on Monday to face Amite School Center.
The top four teams in each District 6A sub-district advance to the District Tournament which will be held Feb. 4-9 at Central Hinds in Raymond.
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