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Huntingdon Mustangs
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HUNTINGDON (February 1) — On Thursday evening, Huntingdon Middle School recognized many of the 2023-24 athletes in their respective sports at their annual athletic banquet. Head Coach Trevor Burlison presented the HMS football awards following their undefeated season. MVP: Hayes Eubanks; Offensive Player of the Year: K’Shun Carter; Defensive Player of the Year: Gavin Gray; Most Improved: Ayden Woods; Defensive Back Award: Keimonte Strayhorn; Lineman Award: Garvin Kee; Captain Award: K’Shun Carter and Gavin Gray; Mustang Award: Haven Dillahunty. more
Sadarius Hutcherson, a Huntingdon graduate and native, continues to keep his football career alive. From the University of South Carolina to blocking for Tom Brady in the NFL, Hutcherson has landed in Washington, D.C. with the Defenders in the UFL. more
During the week the Huntingdon Fillies advanced their district record to 3-0, 18-4 for the season overall, as they defeated both the Camden Lady Lions and the Dyersburg Lady Trojans. The 73-54 victory over the Class 3-AAA Lady Trojans was especially sweet after suffering a loss to Dyersburg earlier in the season. The Fillies followed this with a 58-24 win over Camden, a district 12-AA opponent. Conversely, the Mustangs ended the week 6-16 for the season, 1-2 in district play, with an 80-53 loss to Dyersburg, and an 81-67 loss to Camden. more
Huntingdon Middle School Boys basketball Team is headed to Murfreesboro on Thursday, January 25 to play in the Haile State Tournament at Middle Tennessee Christian School. Game time is 4:30 p.m. Games have previously been postponed because of the wintry weather. Huntingdon plays Rickman in the first contest for Huntingdon. more
NASHVILLE (January 12) — On Friday, the Tennessee Sports Wide Writers Association announced their selections for the All-State Football Teams of 2023. The list contains several players from around west Tennessee including McKenzie’s Colt Norden and Huntingdon’s Gray Eubanks. Both are juniors and are expected to have excellent 2024 seasons. more
CAMDEN (January 12) — Friday evening the Huntingdon Mustangs and Fillies traveled to Camden for a district contest against the Lions. The Fillies extended their season record to 16-4 with their 63-25 win against the Lady Lions. In addition to dominating on the court, the Fillies were 11 of 13 from the free throw line in their decisive victory. The Mustangs dropped to 6-14 for the season with a narrow 67-64 loss to the Lions. With six district games remaining in the season, the Fillies are 2-0 within the district, and the Mustangs are 1-1. more
McKenzie Tuesday, January 16 at Big Sandy Friday, January 19 vs Houston County Tuesday, January 23 vs Hollow Rock-Bruceton more
HUNTINGDON (January 5) — On Friday, Lilly Kee, a senior, was named Huntingdon’s 2024 Basketball Homecoming Queen. Pictured (L to R) is the 2024 Huntingdon Basketball Homecoming Court: Lilah McBride, Carlotta Falgueras, Delaney Byars, Lilly Kee (queen), Madison Mann, Alayla Johnson, Kylie Tippitt and Abbigail Sykes. Photo by Kathy Bush/The Banner more
High School Basketball January 9 McKenzie at Bruceton West Carroll vs Bradford Bruceton vs McKenzie Gleason at Greefield more
HUNTINGDON (January 2, 5) — Tuesday evening the Huntingdon Mustangs and Fillies welcomed Martin-Westview for a non-district match-up. As defending state champions, the Lady Chargers arrived with a 12-1 record and led 35-27 at halftime. The Fillies battled back in the second half to win by four, 61-57. Leading scorer Lilly Kee surpassed 1,500 points in her high school career by posting 24 points, plus four blocked shots. Quinn Kelley followed by 12, Delaney Byars 10, Annabelle Singleton 8, Sara Beth Smith 4, and Josey Stokes 3. Ashlee Brent led the Lady Chargers with 14, while McCall Sims and Alexis Evans each posted 12. more
Sports Calendar January 9 - 16, 2024 High School Basketball McKenzie @Holllow Rock-Bruceton, January 9 McKenzie vs Creek Wood - January 12 McKenzie @ Bill Sandy High January 16 Huntingdon … more
Local Football Players Make All-State The Tennessee Sportswriters Associated listed its list of All-State players on January 4. Four players from McKenzie and one from Huntingdon were honored. more
BENTON, Ky. (December 20, 21) — The Huntingdon Mustangs opened the FNB Holiday Classic tournament against the hosting school the Marshall County Marshals. The Mustangs were defeated 75-42 by the Marshals moving to the consolation bracket. Huntingdon then faced the Christian County Colonels. The Mustangs didn’t fare much better as they were put out of the tournament 73-56. more
HUNTINGDON (December 7) — Thursday night, Huntingdon High School held its celebratory football banquet at the Huntingdon Church of Christ. The Quarterback Club named seniors Ashton Hutcherson and C.J. Pelonero as co-MVPs for the 11-2 football season. Hutcherson scored 108 points for the season with 1,401 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns while Pelonero posted 122 tackles with nine sacks and two interceptions. more
The Huntingdon Fillies basketball team moved to 7-2 on the season with wins over South Gibson and Obion County. The Tuesday night 54-47 win against South Gibson was their second of the season over the Lady Hornets. Leading scorer for the match-up was Lilly Kee with 19 points, followed by Delaney Byars with 16, Josey Stokes and Annabelle Singleton with 7, Quinn Kelley 3, and Kelby Crossno 2. Hallie Allen and Karson Dunn led South Gibson with 13 and 12 respectively. more
HUNTINGDON (November 28) — On Tuesday night, Huntingdon High School welcomed Union City for a pair of basketball games. The Huntingdon Fillies improved to 5-1 on the season with a 63-43 win over the Golden Tornadoes, while the Mustangs dropped to 1-4 with a 75-56 loss. more
HUNTINGDON (November 17) — On Friday night, Huntingdon hosted Riverside at Paul Ward Stadium for the second matchup of the season between the two teams. Although the Mustangs defeated the Panthers the first time the two teams met on September 29, 22-15, a series of missed opportunities and untimely turnovers ended Huntingdon’s playoff advancement as they lost to Riverside, 24-7. more
HUNTINGDON (November 10) — On Friday, Huntingdon hosted the Milan Bulldogs in the second round of the TSSAA Class 2A playoffs at Paul Ward Stadium. The second match-up of the season between the two teams mirrored the first. The Bulldogs led throughout the first quarter after posting two early scores but were shut down for the remainder of the game as the Mustang defense forced three turnovers. The Huntingdon offense posted 42 unanswered points until the last play of the game. The final score of 49-20 included a perfect night for placekicker Grayson Anderson who was 7 for 7 with extra point attempts. This week, Huntingdon hosts a repeat match-up with the Riverside Panthers in the playoff quarterfinals. more
HERMITAGE (November 3) — After one round of action in the TSSAA State Football Playoffs, the herd has thinned from 32 to 16 teams. more
HERMITAGE (November 2) — On Thursday, November 2, the TSSAA released the list of semifinalists for the Mr. Football Awards. Among those listed is Huntingdon’s Gray Eubanks. The junior quarterback / free-safety is on the list of candidates for Division 1, Class 2A. more
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