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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 ...

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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 ...

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Cole Davidson wins middle school golf tournament

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Hewitt-Trussville Middle School seventh-grader Cole Davidson shot a 1-under-par 34 to win the Hewitt-Trussville Middle School Golf Invitational tournament held on March 21. [caption id="attachment_29968" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville Middle School golf team members are, left to right, Derek Marshall, Preston Williams, Jon McAnnally, Cole Davidson, Clay Zielke, Aus ...

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Pinson Valley takes two of three from Clay-Chalkville in big area showdown

By David Knox Sports Editor PINSON --  Pinson Valley and Clay-Chalkville squared off as area baseball play opened last week, and the Indians jumped into the driver’s seat by winning 5-1 Friday and 6-3 Saturday to take a 2-0 lead in Class 6A, Area 12. The Cougars bounced back to win the second game of the doubleheader Saturday 6-4, but that game does not count in area play. Pinson Valley is now 12-11 overall ...

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Lacrosse: Lady Huskies fall to Mountain Brook in overtime, boys post big win over Homewood

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE --The Hewitt-Trussville girls played a tight game Tuesday against Mountain Brook. The girls took an early lead with the help of Sarah Burden, Lilly McCormick, and Haley Wilcox all scoring goals. [caption id="attachment_29786" align="alignleft" width="300"] File photo via HT Ladies Lacrosse Facebook[/caption] But Mountain Brook fought back to tie the game with 12 ...

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Noah Igbinoghene is national champion in triple jump

By David Knox Sports Editor Hewitt-Trussville junior track star Noah Igbinoghene captured the triple jump championship at the New Balance National Indoor meet in New York on Sunday. [caption id="attachment_19578" align="alignleft" width="182"] Noah Igbinoghenephoto courtesy of Hewitt-Trussville Athletics[/caption] Igbinoghene jumped 49 feet, 7 inches to win the national championship, the first ever track na ...

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Clay-Chalkville’s Kristian Hudson stars before hometown fans

By David Knox Sports Editor Kristian Hudson decided to play her college basketball a long way from home. The Clay-Chalkville graduate, who scored more than 2,000 points in her Lady Cougar career, chose to play basketball at Florida International University in Miami. That’s been a good choice, as the true freshman has had an outstanding season. [caption id="attachment_29325" align="alignleft" width="154"] Kr ...

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Pinson Valley’s Coty Clarke’s work ethic pays off with NBA call

By David Knox Sports Editor   How far will your dreams get you? Till the 5 a.m. alarm clock blares. That’s when you lace up your basketball shoes and head to the gym or the weight room and put your work ethic to those NBA dreams. That’s the story of Coty Clarke, the former Pinson Valley Indian star who today finds himself a member of the Boston Celtics. Clarke signed a 10-day contract with the Celtics on Mo ...

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Hunting season changes being considered by the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board

By David Rainer Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources   The Alabama Conservation Advisory Board has a great deal to ponder after the board’s first meeting of the year. Before the board convenes again on March 26, there will be several options to consider concerning the hunting seasons and bag limits. A presentation by Chuck Sykes, Director of the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fishe ...

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Trussville Lacrosse opens season this weekend

By David Knox The spring season of Trussville Lacrosse begins play this weekend. The Trussville high school girls open with Spain Park on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Trussville Sports Complex football field. [caption id="attachment_29043" align="alignleft" width="106"] Trussville Lacrosse 2016-File photo[/caption] The boys high school team faces off against Prattville on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the same site. Adm ...

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