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Huntingdon Mustangs
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HUNTINGDON (November 28) — On Tuesday night, Huntingdon High School welcomed Union City for a pair of basketball games. The Huntingdon Fillies improved to 5-1 on the season with a 63-43 win over the Golden Tornadoes, while the Mustangs dropped to 1-4 with a 75-56 loss. more
HUNTINGDON (November 17) — On Friday night, Huntingdon hosted Riverside at Paul Ward Stadium for the second matchup of the season between the two teams. Although the Mustangs defeated the Panthers the first time the two teams met on September 29, 22-15, a series of missed opportunities and untimely turnovers ended Huntingdon’s playoff advancement as they lost to Riverside, 24-7. more
HUNTINGDON (November 10) — On Friday, Huntingdon hosted the Milan Bulldogs in the second round of the TSSAA Class 2A playoffs at Paul Ward Stadium. The second match-up of the season between the two teams mirrored the first. The Bulldogs led throughout the first quarter after posting two early scores but were shut down for the remainder of the game as the Mustang defense forced three turnovers. The Huntingdon offense posted 42 unanswered points until the last play of the game. The final score of 49-20 included a perfect night for placekicker Grayson Anderson who was 7 for 7 with extra point attempts. This week, Huntingdon hosts a repeat match-up with the Riverside Panthers in the playoff quarterfinals. more
HERMITAGE (November 3) — After one round of action in the TSSAA State Football Playoffs, the herd has thinned from 32 to 16 teams. more
HERMITAGE (November 2) — On Thursday, November 2, the TSSAA released the list of semifinalists for the Mr. Football Awards. Among those listed is Huntingdon’s Gray Eubanks. The junior quarterback / free-safety is on the list of candidates for Division 1, Class 2A. more
HUNTINGDON (November 3) — On Friday, Huntingdon welcomed Waverly to Paul Ward stadium for the first round of 2A TSSAA playoffs. The Mustangs defense kept the Tiger offense scoreless through four quarters. Their offense easily controlled the ball as they scored nine touchdowns for the night, posting a final score of 62-0. The Mustangs advance in the playoffs and host the Milan Bulldogs for a quarterfinal rematch this Friday night. more
The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards will be presented to the top football players in nine classifications of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, at … more
HERMITAGE (October 28) — Several local teams from and around the Tri-County area made the TSSAA State Football Playoffs. more
HUNTINGDON (October 27) — On Friday, the Huntingdon Mustangs welcomed Trenton Peabody to Paul Ward stadium for their final regular season match-up. Their 48-14 victory over the Golden Tide capped a nine-game winning streak and gave them a 9-1 regular season record. The Mustangs are a perfect 7-0 in Region 6-2A and claimed the region title for the 2023 season. more
CAMDEN (October 20) — On Friday night Huntingdon traveled to Camden for a region match-up against the Lions. With their decisive victory, the Mustangs clinched the number one spot in Region 6-2A for the 2023 season. Leading 48-0 at the half, Huntingdon easily outplayed Camden both offensively and defensively. Camden’s only points came in the second half against Huntingdon’s second team under a running clock. The win is the eighth straight for Huntingdon, now 6-0 in region play, with a season record of 8-1. more
Friday, October 20 McKenzie vs Freedom P.A. Huntingdon at Camden more
HUNTINGDON (October 13) — Friday night, Huntingdon welcomed Gibson County to Paul Ward Stadium for a region matchup. The Mustangs dominated the Pioneers on both sides of the ball and led the game 30-0 by the end of the first half. They scored twice more in the second half under a running clock. The victory advanced Huntingdon to a 7-1 record for the season, 5-0 for region play. more
HERMITAGE (October 2) — Following an investigation concerning an on-the-field altercation during the Huntingdon-Milan football on Friday, September 22, the TSSAA placed both teams on probation until the end of the 2024-2025 school year. The schools were fined $500 annually, amounting to $1,000 each over the two-year period. Though schools are on probation they are still allowed to participate in post-season play. more
October 13 McKenzie — Bye Week Huntingdon Hosts Gibson County West Carroll T Camden Gleason — Bye Week Central — Bye Week more
JACKSON (October 6) — Friday night, Huntingdon traveled to Jackson Northside to battle Jackson Central-Merry (JCM) in a regional matchup. This was the first contest on the field between the two schools. The Mustangs dominated JCM with a final score of 41-6, the only Cougar points of the night coming after a fumble recovery late in the fourth quarter with a running clock. Each first-half possession for the Cougars resulted in a punt, turnover on downs, or fumble. The Mustangs took advantage of each opportunity and scored 34 unanswered points in the first half with five successful scoring drives. more
Friday, October 6 McKenzie hosts Houston County (Homecoming) Huntingdon at Jackson Central-Merry (JCM) more
Huntingdon welcomed the Riverside Panthers to Paul Ward Stadium Friday night in a region match-up pitting the Mustangs against the team ranked number one in the state for the Class 2-A poll. more
HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Huntingdon’s Middle School Mustangs welcomed Jackson Northeast at Paul Ward Stadium Thursday night for the their last season match-up. With a 22-8 victory over the Jaguars, Huntingdon finished their season undefeated at 7-0, with a total 232 points scored and only 26 allowed. more
September 29 McKenzie at Perry Co. Huntingdon vs Riverside West Carroll vs McEwen Gleason vs Lake Co. Central at Houston Co. more
MILAN (September 22) — Friday night marked the return to region play for the Huntingdon Mustangs (3-1) as they traveled to Milan to face the undefeated Bulldogs (5-0). Prior to the match-up, the Bulldogs were ranked number 1 in the state for the Class 2-A poll. Throughout four quarters of play the Mustangs dominated both defensively and offensively to win the game 32-14. Although tension between the local rivals erupted into a scrappy melee three minutes into the second quarter, coaches and officials quickly restored order, and the game continued without further incident. The travel win gave Huntingdon a 4-1 record for the season, 2-0 for region play. more
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