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|Boydstun adds Lady Hounds to duties|
David Boydstun Sr., will be on the Huntington bench a bit longer on game nights this basketball season after accepting the job as Lady Hound girls basketball coach.
Boydstun, who has coached the Huntington boys team the past three years, is replacing Penny Moak, who retired as Lady Hound coach after last season, but will stay on as teacher and track coach.
Boydstun, who led Huntington to the Class A state championship game two season ago, resigned as a teacher at Huntington.
"I've been doing this a long time and it's a grind going all day long," he said. "This way I'll show up in the afternoon."
Boydstun also gave up the athletic director job, which head football coach Chad Harkins will be doing this season.
Boydstun said he is looking forward to working with the boys and girls basketball teams.
"It's going to be interesting," Boydstun said. "I helped my wife (Carolyn) one year at Captain Shreve when she was coaching the girls team there and I had gotten out of the boys basketball program for a year and was just doing football. It's different."
Nickie Pere´ will coach in boys and girls junior varsity basketball teams.
Moak, who graduated from Huntington in 1978, spent 17 years as a head coach, posting a 243-179 career record."I'm only going to ahve six or seven out for varsity, but we've got some experience with four seniors," Boydstn said. "That should give us a good nucleus, but depth will be a problem."
Boydstun will have seven seniors returning on the boys team.
"We've got a good group of kids coming back and a good group coming up," he said.
Boydstun will also be assisting Marion Newman in fast-pitch softball beginning next month.
The first game is scheduled for Aug. 4.
Huntington did not field a softball team in slow pitch or fast-pitch last school year, but 16 girls have signed up to play this season.
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