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|Hounds 2-2 in district|
Huntington lost a pitcher's dual in Bastrop Tuesday night, falling to Prairie View, 1-0.
The Spartans scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
"Jess (Dossett) pitched a great game for us," said Huntington head coach Matt Mason. "And we played great defense behind her. We just couldn't find a way to score. Their pitcher was changing sppeds and we were hitting weak fly balls and grounders. But otherwise, it was one of our best performances."
Holden Hill and Roper Craft each singled for the Hounds' only hits.
The contest was a non-district game.
Huntington fell to Tensas Academy 11-5 in Ferriday Friday.
Jess Dossett tripled for the Hounds.
"I felt like we should have taken one of those games," Mason said. "We had a chance to take the lead in the game Friday, but just fell apart.
Huntington plays at Franklin in a non-district game Thursday. The Hounds host Amite School Center at 11 a.m. Saturday in junior varsity and a varsity contest, but Mason said that game will be pushed back to either 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. because Huntington has prom Friday night.
Huntington travels to Briarfield Tuesday before hosting the Rebels on April 1 in district play.
"If we can win both games against Briarfield it should give us at least third place in the district," Mason said
Huntington has two district games remaining with Trinity early next month.
The good news is that the entire Goldman Equipment Baseball Tournament was played.
The bad news is that Vidalia High went 0-for-3 in the tournament.
"We just did not play good baseball," said Vidalia coach Johnny Lee Hoffpauir. "But we were glad to get the tournament in. Someone called me in the first inning of Trinity's game and said it was raining at the Dodge Store. We just got a few drops, but not bad enough to call it off. I appreciate everyone who helped out and made the tournament a success."
Vidalia fell to West Feliciana, 16-2 in its first game Friday night. Vidalia lost to Minden 10-3 in its first game Saturday before falling to Oakdale, 8-7 in its finale.
Trailing Minden 3-0 in the second inning, Vidalia used a double by B.J Neely and single by Matt Souderes to get on the board.
But Minden plated five runs in the top of the third.
Jamal Davis added a home run in the fifth for the Vikings.
Oakdale jumped on Vidalia 7-0 before the Vikings scored four runs in the fourth inning.
In the fifth inning, Caleb Vines scored on a wild pitch before John Brixey drove in a run with a single. Brixey scored later in the inning on a throwing error. Trinity Episcopal, which is coached by former Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore, fell to West Feliciana 10-4 Saturday before defeating Oakdale, 7-4. Jake Winston was the winning pitcher.
Trinity fell to Minden, 5-4 on Thursday.
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