Abrams was 9-14 from the field and made two three-pointers. Bruce, a freshman, shot 7-13 and converted three shots from behind the arc.
“Devan Bruce had his best game, which is a great sign,” said Berry Head Coach Jeff Haarlow. “Our guys continue to improve and we will be a very solid group soon.”
Huntingdon shot 47-percent to Berry’s 46-percent; both clubs made eight three-point baskets. The home team made 26-36 free throws to 9-11 for Berry. The Hawks held a 36-27 rebounding advantage.
Huntingdon led 36-30 at halftime. Ryan Petty paced HC with 21 points.
Huntingdon improved to 3-6. Berry dropped its sixth straight contest and fell to 1-6.
The Vikings host Piedmont on Monday. Tip-off is 8:30 p.m. at The Cage Center.