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|Huntington boys 2-1 in district|
Huntington's boys improved to 2-1 in MPSA District 6A play with a convincing 76-25 win over Tensas Academy Tuesday at Huntington.
"The boys played well together and I believe are coming around now," said Huntington coach David Boydstun. "We had two weeks during the Christmas break to work on some things. They did a good job moving without the ball and passing it around."
Huntington scored the first 11 points of the game and the Chiefs did not get on the scoreboard until the 4:08 mark of the first period.
The Hounds led 19-2 at the end of the first quarter.
Huntington increased its lead to 28-4 midway through the second quarter.
Jeremy Randall hit a 3-pointer and was fouled on the play for a 4-point play with 1:40 remaining in the first half to increase the Hound lead to 38-7.
The Hounds led 40-7 at halftime.
Huntington outscored Tensas 16-10 in the third period and 20-8 in the final quarter.
Randall and Tyler Pere´ paced Huntington with 20 points each. Phillip Washington added nine points.
Jon Truman James paced Tensas with 17 points.
Tensas Academy's girls jumped out to a 16-4 first quarter lead over Huntington in cruising to a 43-27 win.
Huntington outscored Tensas 6-5 in the second period before the Lady Chiefs came out and increased their lead by outscoring the Lady Hounds 12-4 in the third period.
Emilee Johns led Huntington with 11 points.
Mary Miller Ratcliff paced Tensas with 11 points.
"We came out on the wrong end, but I think the girls are still playing better," Boydstun said.
Huntington dropped two games to Class 2A Trinity on Monday.
Trinity's boys defeated Huntington. 68-42.
The Saints led 19-6 after one period and increased that lead to 18 at halftime.
Pere led Huntington with 12 and Kevin Brown added nine.
The Lady Hounds fell to the Lady Saints, 45-24.
Emilee Johns led Huntington with 12 points.
Huntington visits Tallulah Friday.
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