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|Huntington falls to Central Private|
Miscues and turnovers proved to be Huntington School's undoing Friday as the Hounds fell to Central Private 41-13 in Baker.
"We just didn't play very hard," said Huntington coach Chad Harkins. "We didn't show much desire. I think we wore down physically seven or eight minutes into the game and our minds followed that."
Harkins said he believed fatigue played a big role in the physical mistakes, as well as mistakes such as lining up wrong and not running plays correctly.
"And I take the blame for that this time," he said. "We were doing a lot of conditioning and I felt we were in pretty good shape. But you really don't know until you get out there for four quarters in pads. It just looked like the lights went out."
While Huntington spent most of the night shooting itself in the foot, first-year Central Private starting quarterback Jacob Fyroux ran the Rebels' new veer offense to near perfection.
Fryoux's had touchdown passes of 67, 20 and 57 yards. He also finished with 10 rushes for 91 yards. One TD pass nullified by an inadvertent whistle.
Central Private opened the scoring on the final play of the first quarter as Fryoux found Brit Myer for a 67-yard TD pass play. Gage Wilkinson kicked the extra point.
Huntington scored its first touchdown of the year in the second quarter on a punt return as Andreas Swanson was wrapped up by the Rebels at his own 10-yard line before lateraling to teammate Jeremy Randall, who sprinted 90 yards for the score.
The conversion kick was no good after a low snap.
Huntington recovered a fumble on the ensuing kick at the Rebel 32-yard line, but lost a total of 16 yards on the next three plays.
The Rebels followed up by scoring twice in the final seven minutes of the first half on a touchdown reception by Wilkinson and a 6-yard run by Bobby Muse, who finished with 69 yards on eight carries.
Randall scored the Hounds' second touchdown, catching a pass from Joey Roberts and going 55 yards. Randall actually fumbled the ball and scooped it up again on the 32-yard line.
Muse got a second touchdown on a 29-yard run. Brennon Courville carried in from 4 yards out after Thomas Bourgeois set the Rebels up on the Huntington 21 with a fumble recovery.
Huntington hosts WCCA Friday.
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