Huckabay (2-2) rode a pair of all-tournament performances to the championship game in Graford last weekend.

But the Indians couldn't keep pace with Graford's high-octane offense, dropping the tournament final 85-62.

Huckabay placed two players - Mario Lopez and Brady Dowell - on the all-tournament team, but head coach Dean Edwards says a third also deserved the honor.

"Marty Yates deserved it as much as anybody else," Edwards said. "All three of those guys played well. They obviously carried most of the weight during the tournament."

The Indians opened with a 65-52 defeat of Forestburg, then edged Peaster's JV 55-51 in the semifinals.

"That was a good win for us," Edwards says of the victory over Peaster's JV. "They were big and they're from a high-quality 2A program."

Peaster JV defeated Lingleville (2-2) in the third place game. The Cardinals, now 3-2 on the season, whipped Slidell 72-40 before dropping a track-meet-style semifinal to Graford, 105-85.

"That was a fun game," Lingleville head coach Jance Morris said. "It was definitely uptempo. Graford is great offensively."

Lingleville hosted Gordon Monday night and Huckabay continues its brutal early-season slate at talented Poolville tonight at 8 p.m.