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|Huntington netters compete|
The MPSA South A State Tennis Tournament began Tuesday at Duncan Park in Natchez and was completed today (Wednesday).
Thirteen schools were represented in the tournament, although all do not have full teams of nine positions.
In No. 1 girls singles, Huntington's Emilee Johns, the No. 2 seed, advanced to semi-final round by defeating Lauren Leist of Laurel Christian School 6-2, 6-3.
Lacey Willard, seeded No. 3 in No. 2 girls singles, downed Rachel Miller of Newton 6-2, 7-5 to advance to the semis.
In No.1 girls doubles action, Julia Corbett and Sara Hoover of Huntington downed Caroline Todd and A. Oliver of Tallulah 6-0, 7-5 before losing to J. Leake and Ish Crigler of Tensas 6-3, 6-1.
Abbey Ashmore and Allie Boothe, Huntington's No. 2 doubles pair, defeated L. Cooley and K. Jordan of Wayne Academy 6-1, 6-1, before advancing to the semifinals past M. Sanderford and O. Watts of University Christian 7-5, 6-2.
Huntington's No.1 boys doubles team of Colby Gray and Trey Price were beaten 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 by John Kim and Enoch Enns of Mt. Salus in a hard fought match.
The mixed Doubles pair Julie Moak and Seth Swilley defeated Franklin Academy's C. Kreuz and C.J. Hawkins 6-2, 6-0.
"I am so pleased with my team's play in the tournament," said Huntington's tennis Coach and Tournament Director Emily Guida. "Each individual and pair has put forth great effort, and it is wonderful to have so many positions advancing in the bracket."
Winners and runners-up in each division will advance to the Class A State Tournament which will be played on Wednesday, May 7 at Mississippi College in Clinton.
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