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|Huntington second at Franklin Tournament|
Huntington School fell to Franklin 4-3 in the finals of the Franklin Tournament Saturday in Winnsboro.
The Cougars scored two runs in the bottom of the fourth to win the title.
Jordan Wilson held the Cougars to two hits in the contest.
Huntington went 2-1 at the Franklin Tournament.
"I thought we played well overall," said Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore. "At this time of year you are happy to be able to win a couple of games and get settled down a little more. I thought we played well in the championship game, but made a couple of mental mistakes in the end. We just have to do a better job of nailing down a game when we have it won."
The Hounds defeated Prairie View 11-4, scoring four runs in the first and fourth inning.
Winning pitcher Josh Lee paced the Hound offense with two home runs, including a grand slam, and a single.
Jordan Wilson doubled and singled, while Joey Roberts doubled.
The Hounds defeated Glenbrook 10-4 as Lee picked up the win.
Wilson and Tyler PereŽdoubled and singled.
Huntington School scored eight runs in the top of the fourth to defeat Glenbrook 10-4 in the Franklin Tournament on Thursday.
Huntington struck first, as they scratched out two runs in the top of the second inning. In the bottom of the inning, the Apaches came back with a run.
Glenbrook starter Samuel hit a batter and walked a batter in the third, but got out without allowing a run. He got a big assist from Singleton in center field as he made a diving catch for the third out with two runners on.
The tie didn't last long as Huntington scored eight runs on two Glenbrook pitchers in the fourth.
Huntington visits Trinity today (Wednesday).
Huntington will compete in the Amite School Center Round Robin in Liberty Saturday before hosting Tensas Academy in its district opening contest on Monday.
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