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ESPN announces multiple viewing options for Alabama-Washington game

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports Are you tired of the talking heads on the televised college football broadcasts? If so, ESPN is offering multiple viewing options for the Alabama-Washington game at 2 p.m. (CST) on Dec. 31 that allow you to tune out the regular announcers in favor of Eli Gold. Or, if you're a real sucker for punishment, you can listen to Paul Finebaum and his gang throughout the gam ...

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Freed-Hardeman improves to 8-3, ranked No. 24 in NAIA men’s poll

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports Freed-Hardeman’s men’s basketball team improved to 8-3, 4-0 in the American Midwest Conference, with a win over No. 12 Park University 84-74 on Dec. 17. The Lions are ranked No. 24 in the NAIA men’s Division I poll, which is updated biweekly. The Lions are coached by Jim Sanderson, formerly the longtime head coach at Faulkner University and briefly the Hewitt-Trussv ...

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Girls Basketball: Cougars win at Lady Jags Classic, Pinson to consolation bracket

By Kyle Parmley, For the Tribune Clay-Chalkville and Pinson Valley began play in the Spain Park Lady Jag Christmas Tournament on Wednesday morning, in the first day of the tournament that runs through Friday. Pinson Valley began the day with a 57-21 loss to Mountain Brook. The Indians scored the first five points of the contest, and the game was tied at 5-5 after a sleepy first quarter. A 23-5 second quarte ...

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Coleman scores 30 as Lady Huskies beat Huntsville

By David Knox, Sports Editor TRUSSVILLLE -- London Coleman scored 30 points as Hewitt-Trussville rolled to a 59-44 win over Huntsville at Bryant Bank Arena on Friday. Christina Till added 10 points and Bailey Berry added eight for the Lady Huskies (10-7, 2-1 Area 7. [caption id="attachment_36681" align="alignleft" width="200"] Hewitt-Trussville's Bailey Berry drives to the basket with Clay-Chalkville's Eric ...

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College Football Bowls and Playoffs

Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 7 NCAA Division I-AA (FCS) Championship: James Madison vs. Youngstown State, 11 a.m., ESPN   Bowls Results Celebration Bowl: Grambling 10, NC Central 9 New Mexico Bowl: New Mexico 23, UTSA 20 Las Vegas Bowl: San Diego State 34, Houston 10 Camellia Bowl: Appalachian State 31, Toledo 28 Cure Bowl: Arkansas State 31, UCF 13 New Orleans Bowl: Southern Miss 28, Louisiana-Lafayette 21 Miam ...

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Casey Dunn is Walter Camp first-team All-American

By David Knox, Sports Editor Jacksonville State center Casey Dunn has been named a first-team Walter Camp FCS All-American along with defensive line teammate Darius Jackson. It was the third honor in a week for Dunn, the Hewitt-Trussville graduate and Ohio Valley Conference first-teamer. [caption id="attachment_33133" align="alignleft" width="200"] Photo courtesy Jacksonville State sports information[/capti ...

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Trussville BOE president releases statement on Johns resignation

By Scott Buttram Publisher TRUSSVILLE --In light of the resignation of Trussville City Schools athletic director Karen Johns, board president Sid McNeal released a statement Saturday evening addressing Johns' departure. McNeal expressed gratitude for the job Johns had done and promising to recruit an athletic director to take the athletic program to new levels. "Regretfully, our board has received the news ...

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Johns submits resignation as Trussville City Schools AD

By Scott Buttram Publisher TRUSSVILLE --Trussville City Schools athletic director Karen Johns has submitted her resignation to superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill. The resignation becomes effective on Dec. 31. "This was the most disappointing decision of my professional career," Johns told The Tribune. "With that being said, it's one I felt compelled to make." Johns was named to the post by former superintenden ...

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UNA starts transition to Division I

By David Knox, Sports Editor The University of North Alabama affirmed last week to proceed with a long-studied plan to move into the world of big-time college basketball and FCS football. More than five years after the topic first surfaced publicly, the UNA Board of Trustees unanimously affirmed that the school will accept an invitation from the Atlantic Sun Conference to play basketball and most other spor ...

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Cougars boys knock off feisty Pinson Valley; girls roll to win, too

[caption id="attachment_28117" align="alignnone" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville's Jalen Jordan in transition. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] PINSON – The first meeting between Pinson Valley and Clay-Chalkville this year proved one thing: It’s going to be an intense rivalry between Cedric Lane’s Indians and Jeremy Monceaux’s Cougars, hopefully for years to come. Before a raucous crowd that spilled onto the bas ...

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