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|Huntington drops pair|
Huntington School dropped its second straight District 6A East contest,
falling to Wilkinson County Christian Academy 7-2 Tuesday in Ferriday.
WCCA pitcher Sutton Olive, the son of Ram coach Ray Olive, held the
Hounds to three hits.
Jordan Jones doubled and singled for two of the Hounds' hits.
WCCA led Huntington 7-0 before the Hounds scored runs in the fifth and
On Friday, Franklin Academy pitcher Christian Waller struck out 11
Huntington batters over six innings and allowed three hits as the
Cougars handed the Hounds their first district loss of the season, 9-2
Caleb Haring closed the game in the seventh inning with three
Huntington is 6-8 overall and 1-2 in district.
"We know we are in a situation we haven't been in for a while," said
Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore, who has led the Hounds to the state
championship finals the past three years. "It's disappointing, but the
kids are not going to quit and I know I am not going to quit. We're
just going to take it one game at a time and you never know what can
happen. Hopefully we can turn this thing around and get back in it."
The top two teams from District 6A East and District 6A West will
compete in the district tournament.
"We have to swing the bats better," Ashmore said. "If you make a couple
of mistake and don't make good pitches and can't score runs it makes it
Phillip Washington returned to the lineup for one at-bat as a
designated hitter Tuesday after injuring his finger in the first game
of the year.
"We've got a non-district game at Riverdale Friday and we're easing
Phillip back into the lineup," Ashmore said. "Getting him back should
give us a spark."
Huntington plays at Tensas Tuesday. The two teams will finish a game
that was suspended on March 10 with Huntington leading 4-1 after four
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