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|Lady Hounds get win|
Huntington's Lady Hounds picked up their second win of the season with a 6-5 win over Trinity Monday at Huntington.
The win came after a 7-1 loss to Adams County Christian School in a regular-scheduled contest.
The Trinity game was a make-up from Thursday.
Huntington's other win came over Brookhaven Academy, a 14-1 win in a Copiah-Lincoln School Tournament at Monticello last month.
Huntington, which did not field a fast-pitch or slow-pitch softball team last season, lost to Columbia in its next game before falling to Wayne Academy 11-9. Huntington played five games on the day.
Huntington jumped out to a 6-2 lead over the Lady Saints and held on for the win.
The Lady Hounds scored four runs in their first at-bat.
Julie Moak picked up the win, striking out six Lady Saint batters.
Julia Corbett, Abi Brown and Logan Blackman each singled in the win.
"The girls have really improved," said Huntington coach Penny Moak, who is at a district meeting today (Wednesday) to see if the Lady Hounds advanced to the district tournament. "We can be very competitive with all the teams in the other half of our district."
Huntington fell to Franklin Academy 9-0 on Tuesday in Ferriday to complete its regular season.
Corbett had both of the Lady Hounds' hits in the contest.
"It was 4-0 in the fifth inning and then the bottom fell out," Moak said. "Taylor Greene did a good job in the outfield, catching four fly balls. Their pitcher, Katie Little, is one of the best in the state of Louisiana. She does a great job and they definitely are the team to beat in Class A. Julie did a much better job of pitching than she did against ACCS."
ACCS pitcher Mary Sanders held Huntington at bay, striking out eight Lady hounds and allowing only one hit.
After the first three batters reached on bases on balls, AC plated five runs in the first inning.
Huntington's lone run came after Abi Brown tripled.
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