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Huntingdon played host to Houston County’s Fighting Irish Friday night and chalked up a pair of wins. Fillies 75, Houston Co. 39The Fillies came out hot scoring 30 points in the opening period …
Huntingdon played host to Houston County’s Fighting Irish Friday night and chalked up a pair of wins.
Fillies 75, Houston Co. 39
The Fillies came out hot scoring 30 points in the opening period and holding Houston County to 15 points. They remained hot second period outscoring the Fighting Irish 21-13 to open the lead to 51-28 at the half. The Fillies added 16 more points in the third to lead 67-35 heading into the final period. Filly substitutes played most of the fourth period outscoring the Fighting Irish 8-4.
Four Fillies scored in double figures led by Adyn Swenson with 22 followed by Tyasia Reed with 16 points, Kaci Fuller with 15 points and Brooke Butler with 12 points. Greenlee Sharp and Kamaya Harris with three points each along with Lia Fuller and Addison Postlethwait chipping in two points each.
Houston County was led by Karlie Stinson with 12 points and Allie Black with 11 points while Josey Gant added 8 points. Holly Elliot and Tess Gillespie had three points each while Kensley Boone chipped in two points for the Lady Fighting Irish.
Mustangs 52, Houston County 43
The Mustangs had a strong second half after trailing in the first half to defeat the Fighting Irish. They trailed 12-10 at the end of the first period and were still trailing at halftime 26-19. They had a big third period outscoring Houston County 16-5 to take a 35-31 lead heading into the fourth period. They outscored the Fighting Irish 17-12 in the final period to post the win.
The Mustangs had three in double figures led by D’Allen McCord with 14 points along with Drake Butler and Nik Bynum with 10 points each. Ben Taylor added six points while Brandon Lawton, Kieryn Jordan, and Grant Bartholomew each had four points for the Mustangs.
Chance Clark and Conner Conwell led Houston County with 13 and 11 points respectively. Brock Skelton and Trent Tomlinson added five points each while Payden Crook and Brison Self added three points each. Kerion Tyler and Jerison Hakins chipped in two and one point respectively.