Hough used Corey Bell’s 40-yard punt return for a touchdown on the last play of the first half to spark a 21-13 win against rival Hopewell on Sept. 26 in a MECKA 4A conference game. The Huskies improved to 3-2 and Hopewell (1-4) lost for the fourth straight time.
Mooresville High’s football team crushed visiting Hough 38-7 on Aug. 29 to improve to 2-0. Most folks thought it would be a close game between two of the lake area’s Class 4A teams, but Mooresville erased any drama by scoring three first-quarter touchdowns. The Blue Devils (2-0) used dominant offensive line blocking to spring running back Akease Rankin for 179 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries, and quarterback Tommy Bullock for 105 yards and a score. Hough, which slipped to 1-1, scored on a late 28-yard touchdown pass from William Coleman to Caleb White.
Hough High won the team championship at the MECKA 4A conference wrestling tournament Feb. 1. The Huskies also had five individual conference champions. Hough, which also won the regular-season title, scored 181 points, followed by Mallard Creek (154) and Kannapolis Brown (148.5). The Huskies’ individual champions were Austin Powell (113 pounds), Kevin O’Brien (138), Jake Efird (152), Jordan Thompson (170) and Sebastian Barreto (182). Hough’s Connor Brooks was runner-up in the 285-pound division. Photos by Dana Pianowski.
The Hough High boys’ basketball team routed Hopewell 61-40 on Jan. 24 to improve to 14-3 overall and 5-0 in the MECKA 4A conference. Luke Maye, a junior forward, dominated with 29 points, 18 rebounds, three assists and three 3-pointers. Huskies Jaqueaz Jackson (10 points, three assists) and Tucker Thompson (10 points, eight rebounds) helped snap Hopewell’s two-game winning streak. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Photos of the Action and the Fans at Hough High vs Mallard Creek. Game Highlights coming soon. Photos by Courtney Parlier.
The Lake Norman Charter girls’ basketball team beat Hough 59-50 in a Dec. 6 non-conference game in Huntersville. The Knights improved to 3-1 by outscoring Hough 18-0 in the second quarter. Alex Busch scored a game-high 22 points, Ezinne Mbamalu had nine points and 17 rebounds and Jessi Harris grabbed 12 rebounds. Hough earned a split by coasting to a 55-29 victory in the boys’ game. The Huskies (4-1) did most of their damage inside as forward Luke Maye had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and center Tucker Thompson scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds. Jaqueaz Jackson added 11 points, including two 3-pointers. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
ERACE the impact had a GREAT showing to support a GREAT cause. This 5K and One Mile Fun Run was to benefit "A Child's Place", an organization that works to erase the impact of homelessness on children and their education. "A Child's Place provides academic assistance, emotional stability, and some financial aid for homeless children" For more information about how you can become involved with this organization visit: http://www.achildsplace.org/ - photos by Courtney Parlier.
Hough High’s football team lost 13-10 in a first-round home playoff loss to Independence on Nov. 15, the second straight season Hough was eliminated in the first round. The Huskies finished with a 10-2 record. The rain was coming down pretty hard, but the crowd remained enthusiastic. Photos by Ken Bumgarner.
The Hough Huskies had little trouble scoring in a 61-6 romp in a home game Oct. 25 against visiting West Charlotte. Hough improved to 8-1, including a 4-1 mark in MECKA 4A conference games. Hough led 42-0 by halftime, which pleased the boisterous Cornelius crowd. Photos of the Fans, HOMECOMING Court, and of course the Husky Players in Action. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Hough High’s six-game winning streak ended in a 38-21 loss at Mallard Creek. The Huskies fell behind early and didn’t recover. Photos primarily of the Fans... more action shots coming again next week. Photos by Courtney Parlier.
The unbeaten Huskies (6-0) set a school record for points in a lopsided MECKA 4A conference game Oct. 4. Look for our photographer next week at Mallard Creek! We're expecting record attendance for this game and our Photog will be there to capture the Community in ACTION. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Hough High improved to 5-0 as senior quarterback Josh Stilley threw a school-record six touchdown passes, including three to Caleb Hines on Sept. 27. The Huskies used a 21-point third quarter to build a comfortable lead. For more pictures of the game, check out the Hopewell Photo Album as well. Photos of the Crowd, the Fans, and the Fun - Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Hough had plenty to celebrate, but seem determined not to make this game the season’s zenith. The Huskies (4-0) are envisioning playing for a conference title, making a deep playoff run and ultimately, a championship. It’s not a pipe dream, not when you rally to beat one of Charlotte’s marquee programs (Independence won seven state titles from 2000-06). Hough, trailing 27-21, marched 77 yards for the winning score last in the fourth quarter. There was absolutely nothing fancy about it, nor much Independence could do to stop it. Read the full article here: http://huntersvilleherald.com/news/2013/9/20/7664/biggest-win-in-school-history-hough-edges-independence-28-27
Hough High improved to 3-0 with a 51-29 victory against Lake Norman. Hough quarterback Josh Stilley threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score. Photos of the Action, Fans, and Fun. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Huskies beat Mooresville High 45-14. Photos of the Action on the Field, Stunts by Cheerleaders, a roaring student body, and the fans! We'll see you at the next game! Check the Hough High Marketpage for a link to the Herald's Hough High 2013 Online Football Roster - PERFECT for reference when at the game... our website is mobile optimized - try it out! Photos by Nate.
Hough defeated Providence in their season opener 34-21. Hough takes on Mooresville High next Friday August 30th at Hough. Game starts at 7pm. Pick up the Herald Weekly or watch the HuntersvilleHerald.com online calendar for next weeks "Skinny" on the match up. We'll see you there. Photos by Cliff Mehrtens.