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|Franklin boys down Huntington|
Darren Collie converted a layup with three seconds remaining in the gme to give Franklin Academy a 55-53 overtime win over Huntington Friday in Ferriday.
The win gave the Cougars a sweep of the Hounds and sole possession of first place in District 7A East.
"That was a tough loss," said Huntington coach David Boydstun. "We went from first place to playing for second place. But the kids played hard. They are playing together and everyone is on the same page."
It was dramatics on Huntington's part to send the game into overtime as Tyler Pere´nailed a 3-point shot with five seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.
Huntington led 53-51 in overtime on a Kevin Brown jumper with 2:05 remaining in overtime.
Two free throws by Caleb Haring tied the game with 1:29 remaining.
After Franklin Academy jumped out to an 8-2 lead to start the game, Jody Cottongin led a Huntington run to pull to within 12-9.
Two baskets by Shelby Zeagler put Franklin up 18-9 before Pere´hit a basket at the buzzer to pull the Hounds to within 18-11 at the end of the first quarter.
Pere´hit a 3-pointer with 6:02 remaining in the second quarter to pull the Hounds to within 18-16.
Kelly Don Armstrong put the Cougars up 22-19 with a basket before Josh Guillory pulled Huntington to within 22-21.
Pere´tied the game at 24-24 with 3:27 remaining in the second quarter.
Haring hit a basket wtih 44 seconds showing to put Franklin up 29-24 before a free throw by Pere´with seven seconds remaining sent Huntington into intermission trailing 29-25.
The contest stayed close throughout the third quarter with both teams scoring 15 points before the Hounds tied the game in the final period, sending it into overtime.
Pere´ led Huntington with 21 points, while Cottongin added nine.
Huntington's girls completed their own sweep of the Lady Cougars, defeating Franklin, 53-39.
The Lady Hounds led 8-7 after one period and 21-17 at halftime.
Huntington took control in the third period by outscoring the Lady Cougars 19-7.
Emilee Johns led Huntington with 14 points, while Phyllicia Woods added 12 and Donna Tarver 11.
"When everybody contributes and is focused we can compete with anyone," said Huntington coach Penny Moak. "We definitely need to get some wins to get a higher seed."
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