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|Hounds fall to Trinity|
Penalties, fumbles and miscues, oh my.
Huntington head coach Chad Harkins watched his team self-destruct in a 34-12 loss to Trinity Episcopal in Natchez.
The contest was played Saturday at 5 p.m. because of Gustav.
Huntington wasn't the only team on the field having problems. The game was sloppily played throughout most of the contest, as both teams combined for 177 yards in penalties.
"We could move the ball on them, but had fumbles, penalties and other things that kept us from sustaining drives," said Huntington coach Chad Harkins. "If we could have kept those drives going, we could have stayed in the game for a while longer, even if we were having trouble tackling them."
The game was played on Saturday because of problems from Hurricane Gustav.
"We didn't get in but about two-and-a-half practices and playing at five o'clock was difficult," Harkins said. "It was a combination of things. But the bottom line is that we didn't take care of business. Trinity had a lot of speed and we just couldn't stay with them."
Trinity scored first as R.J. Fleming carried the ball five times for 54 yards, covering the last three of a 79-yard drive to put the Saints on the board. Chas Moroney added the conversion kick.
Two plays later, Giovonni Scott tossed a 48-yard touchdown pass to Jackson Bryant. Moroney added the kick. Huntington was forced to punt on its next possession, but an interception by Tyler Pere´ gave Huntington the ball at the Trinity 34.
Six plays later, on the second play of the second quarter, Kevin Brown scored from two yards out to put the Hounds on the board.
Two long runs by Fleming set up a 20-yard pass from Fleming to Bryant to increase the Saint lead to 21-6 on Trinity's next possession.
Scott then hooked up with Wells Middleton on a 14-yard pass to the Hound 1-yard line, where Middleton lost the bal and Bryant recovered it in the end zone for his third TD of the game.
Fleming, who rushed for more than 200 yards in the contest, scored on a 33-yard run in the third period. He had 143 yards rushing at halftime.
Brown scored for Hunington on a 5-yard run in the final period to close out the scoring.
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