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|Huntington falls at district|
Glenbrook Academy just seems to have Huntington's number this school year.
After defeating the Hound football team for the District 6A title and eliminating the Hounds in the Class A football semifinals, the Apache boys basketball team ended Huntington's season with a 64-52 win over the Hounds in the District 6A Tournament in Coushatta Tuesday.
Huntington's girls fell to Riverdale in a first-round game to ned its season, as well.
Huntington's boys entered the tournament as the No. 2 seed in 6A East, while Glenbrook was No. 3 in 6A West.
"We were headed in the right direction at the end of the season, we just picked a bad time to have a bad night," said Huntington coach David Boydstun. "We missed layups and should have been up by a lot early in the game."
Huntington led Glenbrook 8-7 after one period, but the Apaches outscored the Hounds 19-14 in the second period for a 26-22 advantage.
Huntington's shooting woes continued in the third period as the Apaches outscored the Hounds 19-12. Glenbrook outscored Huntington 19-18 in the final period.
"We cut it to five points a couple of times and then we had a couple of letdowns on defense," Boydstun said.
Tyler Pere´ paced the Hounds with 23 points, while Jody Cottongin added 12.
Huntington finishes its season at 12-12 after starting out 2-9.
"Some of our young guys got to play early in the season, so that should help us for next year," Boydstun said.
The Lady Hounds fell to Riverdale, 48-27.
Riverdale was No. 2 in hte West, while Huntington was the No. 3 team in the East.
Huntington led the game 9-6 after one period and 14-12 at halftime.
"We worked hard to keep it tied at halftime," said Lady Hound coach Penny Moak. "They have a very quick team and their quickness paid off for them. It took everything we had to stay with them."
Riverdale took control in the second half, outscoring Huntington 15-9 in the third period and 19-5 in the final quarter.
"We were only down by seven with seven minutes to play, but had to start pressing," Moak said.
Phyllicia Woods led Huntington with nine points.
Huntington finishes its season at 11-18.
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