PENSACOLA, Fla.—Despite a five-point lead at the half, the
Huntingdon men’s basketball team closed out its regular season with a
69-56 loss at Pensacola Christian on Saturday.
The Hawks (11-13) will return to action on Feb. 26, when they take
on Maryville in the semifinals of the Great South Athletic Conference
tournament, which will be held in Decatur, Ga.
Junior Ephraim Hudson led the Hawks with 15 points, while senior
Heath Miller added 10 points. Senior Doug Murry and junior Jack
Montgomery each pulled down a team-leading six rebounds.
Huntingdon, which led at the half 29-24, converted 20-of-60 shots
for the game, but only 4-of-21 shots from behind the arc. The Hawks
also made just 12-of-23 free throw attempts, while committing 21
The Hawks finished with an edge on the glass, outrebounding their
opponent 37-35. The Eagles finished the game 24-of-57 from the floor,
good for 42.1 percent.
Pensacola Christian placed four scorers in double figures, led by
Casey Christian’s 14 points. Ryan Scott finished with 10 rebounds.
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