MONTGOMERY, Ala. --- Huntingdon
College's men's basketball teams' dominate, 96-74, performance over
Great South Athletic Conference opponent Piedmont College sends the
Hawks into the championship match on Saturday, Feb. 26, against
Senior Adrian Williams' posted a
game-high 23 points and 8 rebounds in the victory. Huntingdon pulled
away from the Lions at the end of the first half by taking a 15-point
advantage into intermission in front of the Roland Rowdies, student
section, and never looked back.
In the second half, Huntingdon punched
its GSAC finals ticket by holding at least a 13-point margin or
greater in the final period over the Lions. The Hawks held their
largest lead of the game (25) twice in the second half.
The Hawks out-shot Piedmont 58.5
percent (31-for-53) to 46.4 percent (32-for-69) from the field in the
GSAC semifinals contest. Huntingdon held a 35-25 advantage on the
glass over the Lions on Friday evening. The Hawks recorded 27 points
from the free throw line in 32 attempts, while Piedmont only
collected eight points from the charity stripe.
Senior Jack Montgomery chipped in 14
points, while seniors Ephriam Hudson and Deshaun Williams each added
13 in the win.
Piedmont's Daniel Lampl finished with a
team-high 13 points in the Lions final game of the season.
Huntingdon will compete for the GSAC
conference title on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 3 p.m. in Roland Arena
against LaGrange College. Live Stats will be available at
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