You Are Here: Home » Sports (Page 5)

Trussville YMCA holds first ever tennis tournament

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville YMCA held its first annual tennis tournament on Saturday, April 16, with 50 ladies playing at three USTA levels. The event raised $1,300 to be used toward scholarships for area youth into programs at the YMCA, such as swimming lessons, after-school care and summer day camps. A full 100 percent of the funds collected go directly to programs and s ...

Read more

More than 200 seniors storm Trussville to show off athletic abilities

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Department of Parks and Recreation hosted the State Senior Games on April 13. More than 200 seniors, ranging in age from 55 to 90-years-old, stormed Trussville to show off their athletic abilities. Games included shot-put, javelin, horse shoes, table tennis, pickle ball, pole vaulting and more. The track and field category boasted 80 sen ...

Read more

Who are the Alabama Crimson Tide ‘Assassins’ to watch this A-Day?

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr., Alabama NewsCenter [caption id="attachment_30396" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Alabama Crimson Tide practice in advance of the A-Day game. (Nik Layman/Alabama NewsCenter)[/caption] ArDarius Stewart unveiled a nickname for the Alabama receiving corps following the final tuneup for the Crimson Tide’s A-Day game at 2 p.m. Saturday, which is being broadcast on ESPN. His name for the ...

Read more

AHSAA grants athletic eligibility to non-traditional students

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports MONTGOMERY – The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board of Control and the AHSAA Legislative Council approved Tuesday a bylaw that will grant athletic eligibility for non-traditional students. Non-traditional students include home schooled students and virtual school students, as well as students attending a charger school. The bylaw, which was label ...

Read more

Coley Lauminick, former sports editor of The Trussville Tribune dies

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Hospitalized at St. Vincent's East for over two weeks, former sports editor of The Trussville Tribune, Coley Lauminick, died on Monday. He had faced a long battle with respiratory problems. Lauminick had served as sports editor for The Eastern Jefferson County Courier & Press before taking over as sports editor at The Trussville Tribune, a position ...

Read more

Former Hewitt-Trussville player wins Chucky Mullins Courage Award

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports OXFORD, Miss. -- Ole Miss handed out its annual spring football awards Saturday, headlined by senior defensive end John Youngblood of Trussville being named the 2016 Chucky Mullins Courage Award winner. Youngblood, the former Hewitt-Trussville standout, became the 26th recipient in the 27-year history of the award when it was revealed at Saturday's breakfast ceremon ...

Read more

Vestavia Hills earns split with Huskies

TRUSSVILLE – Nathan Hospes’ got a pitch he thought he could hit, and he did just that. The Vestavia Hills catcher ripped a double into right-center in the top of the seventh to send the Rebels to a 3-1 victory over Class 7A, Area 6 foe Hewitt-Trussville on Thursday night at Phil English Field. Starting pitcher Caden Lemons described the importance of that hit as, “We’d still be playing if that didn’t happen ...

Read more

Big inning lifts Lady Huskies

By Kyle Parmley TRUSSVILLE – A big fifth inning propelled the Hewitt-Trussville softball team to an 8-2 win over Class 7A, Area 6 rival Spain Park on Thursday at Goldie Paine Field. Bailey Murphy’s double into right-center opened up the floodgates in that deciding inning and tied the game at 2-2, as a run scored on the play before Tate Moseley was also waved around third base but thrown out at home plate. [ ...

Read more

Tolbert steals big win for Huskies

By Kyle Parmley VESTAVIA HILLS -- Tyler Tolbert’s steal of home plate in the sixth inning broke open a tie ballgame and propelled Hewitt-Trussville to a 2-1 win over Vestavia Hills in a Class 7A, Area 6 baseball game on Tuesday night at Sammy Dunn Field. The Huskies loaded the bases with nobody out in the sixth via Tolbert’s base hit, a hit by pitch, and a walk. Vestavia Hills ace Sonny Potter nearly escape ...

Read more

Hewitt-Trussville knocks off nation’s No. 1 team

By Chris Yow For the Trussville Tribune   JASPER -- Three extra innings passed, but when the dirt settled on the opening game of the Tournament of Champions at Curry High School, Hewitt-Trussville came out on top against the No. 1-ranked team nationally (USA Today) with a 4-2 win over Curry. Huskies' right fielder Sara Borden drove in a pair of runs on a double in the 10th inning to give Callie Shields ...

Read more

Created by FerretNet - (http://www.ferretnet.com), AdLab and Filmdog Media (http://www.filmdogmedia.com). Content & Website Copyright 2012 by the Trussville Tribune.

Scroll to top