HUNTINGDON (January 13) — The Huntingdon Fillies topped the Gleason Lady Bulldogs 60-38 on homecoming night. The Fillies held the Lady Bulldogs to single digits during the first half.
The Lady Bulldogs were scoreless three minutes into the game. Autumn Mingle scored the first two points for the Lady ‘Dawgs from the free-throw line. Sophie Wilson drove to the basket for two points.
The Fillies were off to the races during the first quarter and chalked up 22 points. Annabelle Singleton chalked up ten points in the first eight minutes. Annabelle drained three 3-pointers in the first quarter. Sophie Singleton drove to the basket twice for four points. Lilly Kee had five points to start the game. Kee drove to the basket twice then drew a foul and made one shot from the line. Sydney Anderson drove to the basket for two points. Sara Beth Smith tacked on one point from the foul line. The Fillies had a 22-4 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The Huntingdon defense had the Lady ‘Dawgs on lockdown and only allowed five points in the second quarter. Mingle had two points in the paint and another from the line. Ava Sawyers drained two free throws. The Lady Bulldogs were held to just nine points at halftime.
The Fillies added 16 points to their lead during the second quarter. Kee added six points to the board. Sophie Singleton drove to the basket and had a 3-point play in the paint. She then drained a shot from behind the arc and one shot from the free-throw line. Anderson drained three free throws during the second quarter. Huntingdon led Gleason 38-9 at halftime.
After the break, the Fillies added 12 points to their side of the board. Josey Stokes and Kee added four points each. Delaney Byars and Anders chalked up two points each.
The Lady Bulldogs were able to break through the Huntingdon defense during the third quarter and chalk up 13 points. Mingle had a shot in the paint and one from behind the arc. Wilson added two points. Jaeda Perry and Maya Lamb had three points each with a shot in the paint and one from the free throw line. The Lady Bulldogs trailed 50-22 going into the final quarter.
The Bulldogs added 16 points to their score during the fourth quarter. Mingle had four points in the paint. Sawyers had seven points during the quarter. Skylar Arnold went 3-for-4 from the line in the final quarter and had a shot from the block for two more points.
The Fillies flew past the Lady Bulldogs adding another ten points in the final quarter. Byars had seven points going 3-for-3 at the free-throw line. Juli Harris drained a 3-pointer to finish off the victory. The Huntingdon Fillies secured a 60-38 victory on homecoming night.
The Huntingdon Fillies play host to the Milan High School Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The Gleason Lady Bulldogs travel to Greenfield High School on Tuesday. Tip-offs for both contests are 6 p.m.
Mustangs Muscle Out Homecoming Win
The Huntingdon Mustangs defeated the Gleason Bulldogs 74-45 on Homecoming night.
The Mustangs were led to victory by Ty Kelley who had 25 points for the night. Tycen Willis had 17 points all coming from either the line or from in the paint.
For the Bulldogs, Drake Lehmkuhl had a total of 16 points.
The Mustangs started the game strong scoring 19 points in the first quarter. Kelley drained two 3-pointers and drove to the basket for two. Landon Gordon added five points to the board. Tycen Willis had four points in the first quarter. Ethan Ramsey drove to the basket for two points.
Lehmkuhl had six points in the first quarter for the Bulldogs. Kade Sawyers drove to the basket for two points. Kylan Borneman drained a shot from behind the arc. The Bulldogs trailed 19-11 at the end of the first quarter.
The Bulldogs added most of their points from the free-throw line in the second quarter. Lehmkuhl made three free throws, then drove to the hoop for two points. Borneman chalked up two points. Carter Cook added two points from the line.
The Mustangs doubled their score in the second quarter. Kelley added ten points by himself. Tycen Willis had two shots in the paint for four points. EJ Lewis and Caleb Ezell drained a 3-pointer each. Kaleb Paterson tacked on one point from the free-throw line. The Mustangs led 40-20 at halftime.
The Mustangs added another 19 points to the board during the third quarter. Tycen Willis added three points from the free throw line and four points in the paint. Kelley added five points to the board. Jordan Willis and Ramsey drove to the basket for two points. Lewis made two free throws and Noah Smothers added one point from the line as well.
The Bulldogs broke free from the Mustangs’ defense and scored 16 points in the third quarter. Sawyers had nine points in the quarter. Byington and Lehmkuhl had two points each. Borneman had two points in the paint and one from the foul line. The Bulldogs trailed 59-36 going into the final quarter.
The Bulldogs were held to nine points in the final quarter. Byington and Lehmkuhl had three points each. Borneman made two shots at the free-throw line, and Tristan Chandler added one point from the line.
The Mustangs secured their victory with a 15-point quarter. Kelley added his final two points in the fourth quarter. Keller Smith had six points in the paint. Smothers had two shots for four points. Landon Bryant drove to the basket for two points. Owen King drained one shot from the line to finish off the game. The Mustangs defeated the Bulldogs 74-45.
The Huntingdon Mustangs play host to the Milan Bulldogs on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The Gleason Bulldogs travel to Greenfield High School on Tuesday. Tip-offs for both contests are after the conclusion of the girls’ game.