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|Huntington runs past Riverdale|
Huntington School improved to 4-0 in MPSA District 6-A as the Hounds rolled past Riverdale Academy 36-20 Friday in Ferriday.
The first three quarters was all Huntington as the Hounds led 36-0.
Riverdale began hitting its passes in the final period, scoring the final 20 points of the game.
"It was probably our best pass coverage of the year," said Huntington coach Chad Harkins, whose team had four interceptions. "They found a couple of spots in the end when we were trying some things."
Huntington plays at Tallulah Friday before hosting Glenbrook the following week in a game that will probably decide the district championship.
"That's the main thing, getting through these weeks," Harkins said. "If we can get a win this week, we'll see what happens after that."
This year the first and second place teams in District 6-A will host a playoff game.
Last year Huntington finished second to Glenbrook and did not have a home game in its three postseason games.
Friday night, Huntington broke a scoreless tie in the second quarter as Jeremy Randall scored on a 5-yard run.
After turning the ball over on the Riverdale 1-yard line, the Hounds marched the ball down the field with Joey Roberts completing three passes for 64 yards down to the 7-yard line where Jeremy Randall ran the ball twice, the final time for six yards and a score with 25 seconds remaining in the half.
Randall scored again midway through the third period.
Andreas Swanson then took over, intercepting a pass before scoring on a 20-yard run.
Swanson completed Huntington's scoring with a 38-yard scamper to start the final quarter.
Riverdale's Andrew Wiggers tossed three TD passes over the final nine minutes to account for the Rebels' scoring.
Huntington visits Tallulah Friday.
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