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Friday, January 13, 2006

Sports - January 13 2006 Huntington Area

Highlanders too much
HUNTINGTON -- The Cabell Midland girls' basketball team went scoreless the first five minutes of the second quarter Thursday and committed 24 first-half turnovers in falling way behind before finally losing 64-26 against Cabell County rival Huntington High. Details Ironton continues hot start
IRONTON -- We've all heard it. Details

Persin reaches milestone
CHESAPEAKE, Ohio -- Norm Persin doesn't count wins and he doesn't worry about never winning the big one. Details

Williams, Senior help Highlanders defeat Spartans
LEWISBURG, W.Va. -- The Class AAA top-ranked Huntington High Highlanders got off to a slow start, but recovered easily for a 98-51 victory against winless Greenbrier East in boys action Wednesday night. Details

More Sports Stories
Williams, Senior help Highlanders defeat Spartans
Panthers blast Redmen, 74-42
Huntington drops unbeaten Greenbrier East
Midland downs Beckley
Highlanders romp Riverside
Robinson scores 18 as Tolsia rallies to defeat St. Joe, 66-50
Waginger comes up short in return
Evans scores 20 in Tolsia victory
Highlanders hand Black Eagles first loss
Fighting Irish no match for Cadets
Gagai, Ironton whip Portsmouth
Pointers slip past Coal Grove, 50-44
Persin wins 500th as Panthers coach

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