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|Huntington falls to Trinity|
At least it wasn't a district game.
Trinity Episcopal, which competed in Trinity's district last year before moving up to Class 2A this year, defeated Huntington 12-1 Monday in Ferriday.
"There are so many things to the game of baseball that we haven't come to grips yet," said Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore. "Those are the things that aggravate me. Pitching and hitting are things that take time. Things are different from practice to game tim. You have to be able to think when you are in your uniform. We're struggling from the mental aspect of the game."
Trinity scored four runs in the first inning and never let up.
Matt Barnes and Matthew Freeman kept the Hound bats at bay, with Jody Cottongin's two singles and an RBI single by Drwe Loomis being the only hits the Hounds would manage in the contest.
"I was impressed with how Trinity played the game," Ashmore said.
Huntington was without catcher Phillip Washington, who injured his finger at the Silliman Tournament and will be out until the middle of March.
"It's tough when you have to move people around," Ashmore said. "We're just going to see how well we're playing when district time gets here and see if we are good enough to get into the playoffs."
Huntington will compete in the Franklin Tournament this weekend.
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