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|Huntngton opens district tourney with win|
Huntington School's boys assured themselves a spot in the South A State Tournament with a 58-43 win over Cenla Christian Tuesday in Ferriday at the District 6A Tournament.
The top four teams from the district tournament advance to the South A State Tournament which will be held
Huntington started out slow as the Hounds were tied with the Lions 11-11 at the end of the first period as Tyler Pere' picked up two fouls in the quarter.
"It took us a little while to get settled down and I'm sure that had a lot to do with this being an elimination game," said Huntington coach David Boydstun. "Cenla has a real good team very aggressive and real quick. They have a solid bunch. But it's good to get that first one and get to South State because that's what we are playing for."
The Hounds led 24-22 at halftime.
Huntigton got into its rhythm in the third period and caused more turnovers as the Hounds outscored the Lions 15-7 for a 39-29 advantage and outscored Cenla 19-14 in the final period.
Jeremy Randall led Huntington with 18 points, while Pere added 14 and Kevin Brown 10. Phillip Washington chipped in nine.
Huntington will face Claiborne Academy Friday at 7:15 p.m. Riverdale faces Glenbrook in the other boys semifinal game at 4:45 p.m.
Huntington's Lady Hounds had their season come to an end to top-seeded Riverdale, 56-15 in the first round of the District 6-A Tournament on Monday.
Huntington led 23-8 after one period and the Lady Rebels led 46-10 after three quarters.
Abi Brown and Julia Corbett both led Huntington with four points each.
In other first round action, Tensas Academy's girls defeated Glenbrook, 64-22.
Mary Miller Ratcliff paced the Lady Chiefs with 19 points, while Jordan Leake added 12.
Tensas faces Claiborne Friday at 3:30 p.m. Riverdale's girls meet Tallulah at 6 p.m.
Tensas' boys had their season come to an end with a 76-39 loss to Riverdale.
Austin Emfinger continued his hot scoring of late, netting 21 points, while Jon Truman James chipped in with 11.
Riverdale will take on Glenbrook, a 50-43 winner over Franklin Academy in the first round, in the tournament semifinals Friday afternoon.. Consolation play begins Saturday at 1 pm.
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