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Cougars get after it in Friday scrimmage, look toward Titans

CLAY – Clay-Chalkville dodged Friday thunderstorms, instead rolling out the Blue Thunder before a sprinkling of observers in an open scrimmage Friday afternoon. The dicey weather meant that plans for students to fill up the Cougar Stadium bleachers were scrapped, but parents, former players and curious fans got a look at a live action controlled scrimmage. Coach Drew Gilmer kept it moving fast, swapping the ...

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Nico picks Michigan

CLAY -- Nico Collins, the four-star wide receiver prospect from Clay-Chalkville, revealed his college choice at the high school today via a video presentation. [caption id="attachment_35056" align="alignleft" width="300"] Clay-Chalkville's Nico Collins is headed to Michigan. File photo[/caption] It’s Michigan. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound Collins, a three-year starter for coach Jerry Hood, picked Michigan over A ...

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Tribune Offensive Player of the Year commits to Memphis

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Hewitt-Trussville quarterback Connor Adair did not start the season as a highly recruited player. He did have an offer from a smaller college and had generated some interest from a few others. [caption id="attachment_35702" align="alignleft" width="282"] Hewitt-Trussville QB Connor Adair[/caption] Adair, a transfer from Mountain Brook, focused on learni ...

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Former PVHS coach Matt Glover accepts St. Clair County head coaching position

[caption id="attachment_17367" align="alignnone" width="300"] Former Pinson Valley head coach Matt Gloverfile photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] PINSON – Former Pinson Valley football coach Matt Glover is headed to St. Clair County as head coach. He awaits approval by the St. Clair County School Board at its May meeting, but he has already been offered the job by Principal Mike Howard and he has accepted it. He ...

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Ramsay wins Birmingham schools’ first football title in 43 years

AUBURN – Ramsay High School head football coach Rueben Nelson wasn’t even born the last time a Birmingham City School won an AHSAA state football championship. Banks High defeated Grissom 21-0 at Legion Field Nov. 30, 1974, for the Class 4A, the state's top class, for the title, it second straight championship. No Birmingham City School had won a football title since. Ramsay gave up football in 1976 after a ...

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Hoover wins school’s 12th state football championship

By David Knox, Sports Editor AUBURN – Hoover High School’s last defensive series of the Super 7 Class 7A state championship game Wednesday night  was perhaps the best series of the 2016 season. Three straight sacks on second, third and fourth down left defending state champion McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-1) some 36 yards shy of a first down and closed the final chapter on the Bucs’ 17-7 victory and the 12th ...

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Indians fall short in four overtime periods

By Joshua Perkins For The Tribune PINSON -- What a game. Austin and Pinson Valley traded blows all night, finally coming to end when Antonio Robinson pushed the ball into the end zone in the fourth overtime, giving Austin the win 44-38. “That’s great high school football,” said Pinson Valley coach Matt Glover. Pinson Valley started the game with a 70-yard drive capped off by a 24-yard TD pass from Jackie Ma ...

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Huskies stunned by Gadsden City 29-28

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – Bitter. Heartbreaking. Gut-wrenching. You pick the adjective. It still wouldn’t be enough to describe the quarterfinal loss the Hewitt-Trussville Huskies suffered Friday night to Gadsden City at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium. [caption id="attachment_36058" align="alignleft" width="300"] Gadsden City ends Hewitt-Trussville season.Photo by Ron Burkett/The Trussville Tribun ...

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Huskies host Titans in rematch with semifinals on the line

By David Knox, Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Hewitt-Trussville Huskies are just two wins away from a Class 7A state championship berth. The Huskies (11-0) had no trouble with Oak Mountain in round one, handing the Eagles a school-record 63 points allowed. That means nothing Friday night when the Titans run onto Husky Field for a 7 p.m. kickoff. Neither does the fact that Hewitt beat its Region 4 foe 28-14 ...

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