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|Lady Hounds reach finals|
Huntington School's Lady Hounds lost to Oak Forest in the championship game of the Silliman Shootout in Clinton, going 3-1 in the tournament.
The Lady Hound fell to Oak Forest 55-13, trailing 17-0 after one period.
Emilee Johns led the Lady Hounds with eight points.
The Lady Hounds outscored Central Private 22-14 in the second half in a 35-30 win and defeated Amite School Center 38-27, outscoring the Lady Rebels 10-1 in the final quarter.
Against Central Private, Huntington trailed 6-2 after one period and 16-13 at halftime.
Huntington outscored Central Private 14-8 in the third period and 8-6 in the final quarter.
Julia Corbett led Huntington with 10 points.
The Lady Hounds and Amite were tied 6-6 after one period before Huntington took a 19-15 halftime advantage.
The Lady Hounds led 28-26 going into the final quarter.
Corbett led the Lady Hounds with 12 points, while Julie Moak added 10.
"I was proud of the girls for bringing home a nice trophy," said Huntington coach Nicky Pere.´ ""We don't have a lot of players, but the ones out there give all they have and play hard."
Huntington's boys defeated Amite School Center 76-30 in the tournament, leading 24-9 after one period adn 56-13 at halftime.
Tyler Pere´ led Huntington with 25 points, while Kevin Brown and Jeremy Randall added 14 and Phillip Washington 10.
The Hounds fell to Bowling Green twice, falling 79-52 as Pere´ netted 17 and Washington 10, before losing 64-4 with Pere´ scoring 17 and Washington 10.
"We only had a couple of practices," Pere´ said of the boys team. "We're still trying to get the football out of them. It's going to take a while to gel."
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