Eustace Bulldogs win last
home game, 51-41
By Sam Epps
EUSTACEThe Eustace Bulldogs won their final home
game Friday, defeating the Buffalo Bison, 51-41.
Eustace senior Jordan Foote led all scorers on the night with 18
He was joined in double figures by senior point guard Jacob
McCarter, who scored 13 points.
McCarter, and fellow senior Billy Key, helped control the boards
again for the Bulldogs.
Eustace gained a 10-6 lead after the first period of play.
In the second period, both teams scored 14 points, leaving
Eustace with a 24-20 halftime score.
The Eustace offense rattled off 19 points in the third period,
while the Bulldog defense held the Bison to just 10 points.
Buffalo rallied in the final period, holding Eustace to just
eight points, while scoring 11 for themselves.
Eustace Josh Dunn and Steven Stine each scored five points for
the Bulldogs, while Tyson Oliver and Kyle Wood each chipped in
The Bulldogs traveled to Leon Tuesday to close out the regular
Local racer to take track in
By Erik Walsh
Monitor Staff Writer
SEVEN POINTS Seven Points resident, 20 year-old Jeremy
Huddleston, will be racing at the American Motorcyclist
Association (AMA) Supercross Series at Cowboys Stadium in
Arlington Feb. 18.
It has taken Jeremy a lot of time and hard work to get to a big
stage like Cowboys Stadium.
Its been a family thing, Mike Huddleston, Jeremys father,
told The Monitor Tuesday. The senior Huddleston raced when he
was younger and the junior followed in his tracks.
Hes been racing since he was 5, his father said.
Already a 15-year veteran, Jeremy knows a thing or two about
He has picked up two number one awards and has competed in
national events in Tennessee and Oklahoma, Dad added.
Growing up around racing helps to have the competitive edge, but
Jeremy works and practices hard, doing physical fitness at local
gyms and keeping his riding skills sharp at a Kemp race track.
Hes got the want to win, his father explained.
The Supercross event in Arlington Saturday is expected to be
heavily attended by 25,000-40,000 people.
Riding Supercross is not cheap, so Huddleston has 15 sponsors,
including his fathers autobody shop, to help pay for
transportation and equipment.
Jeremy will race in Supercross events at the Georgia Dome in
Atlanta, Ga., then the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo.
during the next two weeks.