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Huntington Champions Parade in May
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 00:23 Updated 19 weeks ago by Brian Chambers, Director of Communications City of Huntington
Huntington High School: state champions in wrestling and boys’ basketball (AAA)
St. Joe High School: Class A state champions in girls’ basketball
Huntington Prep: Finished with national ranking; invited to Dick’s Sporting Goods national high school tournament in New York City and made it to Final Four
Huntington Middle School: Cabell County champions in football and boys’ basketball
Huntington East Middle School: Cabell County champions in wrestling and girls’ basketball
Vinson Middle School: Wayne County champions in boys’ basketball
Following the parade, which will march from 10th Street to 8th Street, there will be a ceremony on the Big Sandy Superstore Arena plaza to recognize each team.