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With the Huntsville girls basketball team wrapping up its second consecutive District 20-5A title earlier this year, it’s only fitting that the Lady Hornets dominated the league’s postseason honors.

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After locking down their third consecutive league title, the Huntsville Hornets were well-represented in the recently unveiled District 20-5A boys basketball honors.

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BRYAN — A historic run for the Huntsville boys basketball program came to a halt Tuesday night at Bryan High School, as the Hornets fell to reigning Region III champion Manor 70-58 in the Class 5A regional quarterfinals.

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CONROE — Bi-district championships have become business as usual for Huntsville boys basketball in recent years — and the Hornets took care of business Tuesday night.

After enjoying a highly successful season in which they ran the table on their way to a district championship, the Hornets basketball team brought home a multitude of all-district awards.

From having a commanding lead to holding on for dear life, the Hornets held off a furious comeback attempt by Willis on Friday night.

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The Huntsville girls basketball team nearly home a championship trophy from the Splendora tournament. After winning their first four games of the tournament, the Lady Hornets fell in the title game 59-51 to Woodville on Saturday afternoon.

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The Lady Hornets made it look easy as they notched their first victory of the season.

Even with falling just short of the state basketball playoffs, the Lady Hornets were well represented on the All-District 18-5A teams.

Huntsville senior Missy Archie was selected as District 18-5A’s most valuable player for her outstanding play during the Lady Hornets’ 2014-15 season.

Huntsville junior Jayron Roberts (13) floats in for a layup during the second quarter against Tomball Memorial. Huntsville got off to a sluggish start and never took the lead, falling 66-53 in the area-round playoff bout.

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HEARNE — For the first time in four years, the Hornets know what it’s like to win in the playoffs.

Huntsville senior Da’Cuan Jenkins (25) draws a foul on the way to the basket in the fourth quarter of the Hornets victory over Waco on Tuesday. The Huntsville boys will play Tomball Memorial on Friday.

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In a wild contest from start to finish, the Huntsville boys basketball team won their first playoff game in years by defeating Waco 77-64 at Hearne High School on Tuesday evening. 

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Perhaps the growth that the Huntsville boys basketball team has experienced throughout its season can be characterized by the results of its two biggest games.

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