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|Hound netters at State|
Huntington's Tennis Team made a good showing at the MPSA State Tournament at Mississippi College in Clinton, last week.
The Hounds No. 2 girls doubles team of Abbey Ashmore and Allie Boothe, and mixed doubles pair, Julie Moak and Seth Swilley, advanced from South State to State.
In first round action, Ashmore and Boothe, South State runners-up, were matched against the Champions from North State, Brown and Clinkscales of Sharkey-Isaquina Academy, and were defeated 6-0, 6-1.
Brown and Clinkscales went on to win the Championship beating Champion and Hawkins of Humphreys Academy.
Moak and Swilley played a hard fought first round match against Bridges and Kiken of Humphreys Academy, runners-up from the North, winning out 7-5, 7-6 (8-6).
After a one hour rest, they fell to Erin Brown and Michael Brown from Briarfield, North State Champions, 6-1, 6-3.
"That was a battle of Champions and a good match, with many 3-3 games being decided by the final point," said Lady Hound coach Emily Guida. "In spite of losing the match, it was good to play against our old rivals from Briarfield. I was extremely proud of both teams' play in the tournament. Both pairs put forth tremendous effort and represented Huntington well.
"Abbey and Allie are only eighth graders, and this was their first exposure to the pressure of a state tournament,"Guida sai. " They have plans to work hard on their game and make the trip again. Julie and Seth have developed into a well-coordinated pair during the season. Both are quick at the net and work so well together on the court. Seth graduates this year, and we will really miss him next season. Julie intends to prepare for singles play next year."
The girls team were South State runners-up.
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