The Mustangs won a hard-fought game against a quality opponent in the same manner that they have won their first five games of the season, and with the win they improve to 6-0.
PRETTIEST FLOAT — The Huntingdon High School junior class’ Hawaiian float was awarded as Most Beautiful during Friday’s homecoming parade. The juniors also claimed the Spirit Jug from Thursday night’s bonfire.
MOST SPIRITED FLOAT — The Huntingdon High School senior class’ rolling Battleship board game was picked for showing the Most School Spirit during Friday’s homecoming parade. The seniors also won the Spirit Stick for making the most noise at the pep rally on the court square.
The Huntingdon High School homecoming football queen is Morgan Cole, daughter of Stacey and Cindy Cole. Her escort was Jacob Churchwell, son of James and Debbie Churchwell.
The Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs notched their third win of the season in five games as they defeated Union City at Paul Ward Stadium on Thursday with a 16-12 win over the Golden Tornadoes.
The Huntingdon Mustangs capped off a perfect Homecoming week as the Mustangs improved to 5-0 for the season and 2-0 within Region 6-1A with a 56-7 win over McEwen who entered the game tied atop the region with the Mustangs after one week of region games.
Kelley Complex was the site of a huge cross-country event on September 11 as Huntingdon High School hosted 22 different schools and 334 runners competing on a 3.1-mile course that started at the soccer field and winded around the baseball fields and armory and finishing at the soccer field.
Huntingdon High School homecoming activities get underway this week with a number of activities that will conclude on Friday, with the naming of Mr. and Miss Huntingdon and the homecoming royalty.
After a week off and going 1-1 in their first two games, the Huntingdon Middle School Mustang football team faced the Camden Middle School Lions on the road in Camden Thursday night.
The Huntingdon Mustangs began Region 6-1A play and ran their seasonal record to 3-0 by defeating the Central Tigers 55-0 at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night. The loss pushed the Tigers seasonal record to 1-2.
For the second year in a row, the Huntingdon Mustangs faced a powerhouse from Class 2-A in the Waverly Tigers, and for the second year in a row the Mustangs won a shootout with the high-powered Tigers.
The Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs got their 2018 season off to a great start and gave new head coach Ben Carter a win in his first game as the Middle Mustangs used a strong ground game and defeated Milan 40-18.
The Huntingdon QB Club Jamboree kicked off the football season this past Friday night in what is believed to be the 54th edition of the jamboree that began at Lexington in 1964.
Although the Huntingdon Mustang football team has been in full pads for only four days, they appeared to be in post season form and their offense was in high gear during scrimmage action last week against Ripley at Paul Ward Stadium in Huntingdon.
Huntingdon High School’s Kade Pearson will be remembered as one of the greatest athletes to graduate from Huntingdon, and after receiving numerous awards in football, basketball and baseball, he was named The Jackson Sun’s All-West Tennessee Male Athlete of Year.
The Huntingdon Mustangs and West Carroll War Eagles met at Huntingdon last week in the only game the Mustangs played due the weather and first place was on the line as the Mustangs entered the game at 8-0 in the district and the War Eagles at 7-1 but the Mustangs staged a seventh inning rally to defeat the War Eagles 6-5 to clinch first place with one district game remaining.
The Huntingdon High School Fillies defeated the McKenzie Lady Rebels Friday in McKenzie 7-2 as the Fillies finished 10-0 in district play and improved to 16-10-1 for the season and will enter the district tournament that starts Friday as the number one seed in the tournament. The Lady Rebels…
The Huntingdon Mustang baseball team took a foothold on the top of District 11-A with the aid of their pitching as they grabbed back-to- back wins over the McKenzie Rebels, who entered Monday’s game at McKenzie tied with Huntingdon atop the district.
The Huntingdon Church of Christ was the scene Thursday night as the Huntingdon High School Fillies and Mustang basketball teams were honored for great seasons by both squads.
The family of the late Web Maddox, lifelong resident of Huntingdon and former owner of Maddox Insurance, LLC, has announced the establishment of a baseball scholarship at Huntingdon High School.
After starting the season splitting their first eight games, the Huntingdon High School Mustang baseball team rode the arms of their pitching staff to reel off
four straight wins last week before falling to the defending state champions Loretto to end the streak.
The Huntingdon Fillies softball team has had a busy two weeks to begin the softball season as they played seven games the first week, going 5-2 in those seven games, including three district wins.
The Huntingdon High School cafeteria was the site for Huntingdon’s annual lead-off baseball banquet, kicking off the baseball season that started on Monday with the Mustangs participating in the Tomahawk Classic in Jackson.
Too many turnovers, too many missed shots, and a young but determined Greenfield team spelled the end of an outstanding season for the Huntingdon High School Fillies Friday afternoon as they fell to the Lady Yellow Jackets 53-46 in the semifinal round of the state basketball tournament in Mu…
For the second year in a row, the Huntingdon High School Fillies have advanced to the Blue Cross State Basketball Tournament in Murfreesboro. The Fillies now advance to the semifinals round to face off with the Greenfield Lady Yellow Jackets.
The Huntingdon High School Fillies entered Region 6-1A play looking to repeat a return trip to Murfreesboro and the state tournament for the second year in a row. After two wins the Fillies stood a game away from accomplishing that task as the Fillies defeated Loretto 37-36 and Summertown 42-39. The Fillies were set to face Houston County in sectional play for a return trip to state.
The Huntingdon Fillies advanced to the region championship for the second year in a row as senior point guard Taylor Smith knocked down one of two foul shots with 30 seconds left in the game breaking a 36-36 tie with the Loretto Lady Mustangs. The foul shot gave the Fillies a 37-36 win but not before an exciting last 30 seconds that decided the game.
Huntingdon Middle School held it’s spring banquet Friday with the purpose of recognizing the student athletes that participated in basketball this season and to kickoff the upcoming middle school baseball season.
After finishing last year in a three-way tie for the District 13-A title, the Huntingdon High School Fillies went unblemished in District 11-A this year with a 10-0 record after a 72-48 win over McKenzie Friday on the road.
The Huntingdon High School Mustangs set up a winner-take-all game at McKenzie Tuesday night as the Mustangs won twice last week with the second win coming against a district rival in Hollow Rock-Bruceton.
The Huntingdon Fillies defeated Gleason during the Huntingdon Point Guard Coca-Cola Christmas Classic on December 29, 67-42, earning head coach Farris
Lowery his 600th victory as a head coach at the high school level.
After having played only one game over a period of eight days, the Huntingdon High School Fillies clinched at least a tie for first in District 11-A with a 76-25 win over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Lady Tigers on homecoming night Friday at Huntingdon High School.
Snow and ice around West Tennessee kept the Fillies off the court for most of last week, but conditions cleared enough that the Fillies hosted Clarksburg at
Huntingdon High School on Saturday.
The Mustang basketball team expanded their winning streak to three games as they won over Hollow Rock-Bruceton last week on the road 81-32 and then broke a three-way tie with McKenzie and West Carroll at the top of District 11-1A with a thrilling 43-40 win over the Rebels at home on Thursday night.