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|Huntington, Glenbrook meet for title|
For the second straight year, Huntington and Glenbrook meet for the MPSA 6-A district championship as the Hounds visit the Apaches in Minden Friday.
"I fully expect it to be a full-out war," said Glenbrook coach Jerry Almond. "And that's the way it should be."
Glenbrook defeated Huntington 23-0 in the South A State semifinals in Minden last season before going to win State.
The Apaches beat the Hounds 16-12 in Ferriday last year during the regular season to claim the district title.
Both teams are 6-2 overall. Glenbrook is 6-0 in district, while Huntington is 5-0.
"Second song, second verse," Almond said. "Huntington has good kids and good athletes. They are well-coached and hard to beat. They are loaded in the backfield and we respect all three running backs as well as their quarterback. They have a huge line and their receivers go up to get the ball."
Huntington coach Chad Harkins knows the Apaches will attack the Hound secondary.
"We think we have a good game plan, we just have to play hard defensively," Harkins said. "It's very important for us to be able to move the ball."
While the winning team can brag about claiming district, both teams will be hosting a first-round playoff game.
"The only pressure is trying to win district," Harkins said. "There is no pressure as far as making the playoffs."
"The good thing is both teams are guaranteed at least one more game," Almond said.
The contest is the final district game of the season for Glenbrook, while Huntington hosts Claiborne on Oct. 24 in its final 6-A contest.
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