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|Hounds split in district play|
Huntington School rallied from an 8-0 first inning deficit to defeat Tallulah 15-11 in a wild MPSA District 5A opener Friday at Huntington.
"I never would have thought that after the first inning," said first-year Hound coach Leo Eliser. "But the kids never dropped their heads and never gave up."
Huntington scored four runs in the first and three in the second before adding two in the fourth and three each in the fifth and sixth innings.
Joey Roberts had a big day at the plate with a double and three singles. Jordan Wilson, who picked up the win in relief, went 3-for-4 with a double.
"Jordan just had that look in his eyes in the last inning that he wasn't about to lose," Eliser said.
Phillip Washington and Aaron Maroon doubled and singled.
Huntington fell to Centreville 14-2 on Monday in Centreville.
Centreville scored five runs in the second inning and seven more in the third.
Huntington led 1-0 after one inning but Centreville came back with five runs in the bottom of the second inning.
Huntington scored one in the third to bring the score to 5-2 before the Tigers answered with seven in the bottom of the inning.
Jordan Wilson had a double for Huntington to key the rally.
The Hounds fell to 1-1 in district play Tuesday with an 11-0 loss to Franklin Academy.
Caleb Kraztler, a transfer from Harrisonburg High, held the Hounds without a hit for the win.
Franklin, which defeated Wilkinson County Christian Academy last week in its district opener, took advantage of walks and Hound errors to score nine runs in the first inning. Dusty Barefield doubled to score a run in the inning.
Huntington hosts Centreville Saturday at 7 p.m..
The Hounds hosts Wilkinson County Christian Academy Monday in another district contest.
Huntington hosts Tensas Academy on March 20 in what will be its final home game of the month as the Hounds will then play five straight away games.
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