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|Hounds fall short against WCCA|
Huntington may be out of the race, but the Hounds made Wilkinson County Christian Academy earn its District 6-A East title Friday in Woodville.
Huntington missed the district tournament for the first time since 2000 by finishing third in the district.
WCCA had to score the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to defeat the Hounds 5-4 to win the title. Franklin Academy finished second.
Both teams had five hits.
"Our kids played pretty well," said Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore. "We had the opportunity to win the game, but that's kind of the way it's been this year. It was a good effort. It was certainly better than how we played against Brookhaven."
Brookhaven defeated Huntington 15-1 Thursday.
The Cougars hit four home runs and scored three unearned runs.
Tyler Peré accounted for the Hounds' lone run with a home run in the fifth inning.
The Hounds improved to 9-13 on Tuesday with a 3-1 win over Riverdale.
Josh Lee picked up the win, holding the Rebels to five hits.
Landon Willard and Roger Merrill each doubled for the Hounds
Huntington will host at team out of Florida tonight (Wednesday) at 7 p.m. Former Ferriday High baseball coach Bobby Hill is affiliated with the team.
The Hounds end their season at Brookhaven on Thursday.
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