Huntington takes big district win

Published 12:00 am Saturday, December 9, 2000

GLOUSTER – The Huntington Lady Hounds decimated the Pine Hills Lady Wildcats Friday 60-17 in a District 5-1A match-up at Pine Hills Academy.

&uot;We’ve been working on our man-to-man press,&uot; said Huntington coach Penny Moak. &uot;As long as we had on that press, they couldn’t get the ball down the floor.&uot;

Huntington wasted no time amassing a big lead, outscoring Pine Hills 25-4 in the first quarter and taking a halftime lead of 40-10.

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&uot;Our shooting is getting a lot better,&uot; Moak said. &uot;Especially from our bench. They played well tonight.&uot;

Emily Hazlip led the Lady Hounds with 18 points, and Tessa Taunton added 10.

Pine Hills was led by Raven Adams, who scored seven points.

The win gives the Lady Hounds a 8-5 overall and 2-0 district record. The Lady Wildcats fall to 1-10, 0-2.

Huntington hosts Amite School Center, another district foe, in four games beginning at 4 p.m. Monday.

Lady Saints 57, ASC 17

The Trinity Lady Saints had little trouble dispatching district 5-1A opponent Amite School Center 57-17 Friday in Liberty.

Trinity held ASC scoreless in the first quarter and took a halftime lead of 32-5.

The Lady Saints were led by Sara Greer’s 15 points. Becky Bass scored 13, and Vanessa Gordon added 10 points and 11 rebounds. Lauren Tanner pulled down 13 boards and chipped in four points.

The win improved Trinity to 13-2 overall and 2-0 in district play. Trinity next travels to Chamberlain-Hunt Academy for four district games beginning at 4 p.m. Monday.

Saints 77, ASC 41

The Trinity Saints earned a District 5-1A victory Friday, beating Amite School Center 77-41 in Liberty.

Chad Ridley led the Saints with 24 points and 14 rebounds. Chase Brown scored 19 and Brett Mount added 10. Mike Lickliter had success on the boards, hauling in 10 rebounds to add to his seven points.

The win improved Trinity to 7-2, 2-0.