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|Huntington baseball falls short|
Huntington School finished its season in the MAIS District 6A Tournament, going 1-2 in losing to Tensas Academy twice to finish third in the tournament.
"The kids battled hard and didn't quit," said Huntington coach Matt Mason. "The last couple of innings of the Amite School Center game into the district tournament they really started swinging the bat. There were a lot of distractions during the season, but I hope got something good out of it and learned some baseball. I enjoyed working with them."
The Hounds fell to Tensas 10-9 on Thursday, scoring three runs in its last at-bat.
Jared Hedrick led off the seventh inning with a walk, Roper Craft and Kevin Brown walked, Caleb Gillespie scored a run on a walk before Joseph Bonnette and Holden Hill each drew walks.
Tensas retired the final batter to end the game.
Singles by Bonnette and Hedrick keyed a 4-run second inning for the Hounds.
Hunter Knapp's two-run single scored Gillespie and Matthew Humprhies to pull the Hounds to within 8-6 in the fourth inning.
Trnity blanked Tallulah 12-0 in its opening game of the tournament.
Jordan Dossett got the win for Trinity, while Tallulah's Jake Busby took the loss.
Dossett went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double. Andrew Moroney was 2-for-2 with two doubles, and Daniel Dunaway finished 2-for-3 with a double.
Huntington bounced back on Friday with an 18-8 win over Tallulah.
A passed ball on a strikeout and error led Tallulah to a 2-0 lead in the first inning.
But the Hounds re-grouped in the bottom of the inning, scoring nine runs on their way to the rout.
Hill reached on an error, Hunter Knapp was hit by a pitch, Jared Hedrick singled, Brandon Warshaw walked, Roper Craft doubled, Kevin Brown hit into a fielder's choice and Caleb Gillespie and Matthew Humphries both singled as the Hounds batted around.
Joseph Bonette singled and Hill singled for the final two runs of the inning.
On Saturday, Huntington fell to Tensas 20-8 as the Chiefs clinched second place and advanced to the championship game against Trinity.
The Saints picked up where they left off, defeating the Chiefs 13-1 as Trevor Faust homered and Kent King delivered a grand slam.
Trinity, which is coached by former Huntington coach Mitch Ashmore. The Saints defeated Riverdale 8-1 in a first-round playoff game Tuesday.
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