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Huskies’ Malachi Moore commits to Alabama

By: Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports TRUSSVILLE— Hewitt-Trussville Husky and four-star defensive back from the class of 2020, Malachi Moore, has committed to continue his football career at the University of Alabama. Moore established himself as a lockdown corner and made himself a household name in not only the state but the entire country. He joins his current Husky teammates quarterback Paul Tyson and offe ...

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Trussville All-Stars to compete in PGA junior tournament

By Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports TRUSSVILLE— The Trussville All-Star PGA Jr. League team will compete in the Alabama-Northwest Florida Section of the PGA Jr. League Qualifier and Section Championship on Aug. 11 and 12. They will compete against ten other All-Star teams from Huntsville, Mobile, Alexander City among other cities in Alabama and Northwest Florida for the opportunity to advance to the PGA Jr. L ...

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Huskies land another nationally televised game

By: Damian Mitchell Trussville Tribune Sports TRUSSVILLE— The Hewitt-Trussville Huskies open the season on ESPN against Cedar Grove (GA.) on August 25. That will not be their only nationally televised game for the season. Announced today, the Huskies will have their week 9 matchup against the Thompson Warriors on Oct. 26 aired on ESPN2 as another part of the ESPN High School Showcase event. The game is set ...

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ASWA preseason polls released

By: Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports ALABAMA— The 2018 Alabama Sports Writers Association have released the official preseason polls for the start of the 2018 football season. In 7A, Hewitt-Trussville starts the season as the number five ranked team after an impressive 11-2 2017 season. Pinson Valley, the defending 6A state champions, open the season as the top ranked team in the class, while Clay-Chalkville ...

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Springville High students compete at BassMaster High School National Championship

By Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports SPRINGVILLE— Springville High students Mason Beck and Brent Cowley qualified nationally to compete in the 2018 BassMaster High School national championship tournament. The fishing tournament takes place at Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee from July 31- Aug. 4 with over 50 participants competing to become national champion.   ...

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Arkansas commitment Joseph Stone has left Hewitt-Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --According to sources close to the program, University of Arkansas commitment Joseph Stone has left  Hewitt-Trussville High School and plans to play his senior year at Gulf Breeze High School in Florida. It will be Stone's third team in three years. The 6 foot, 8 inch, 340 pound senior saw limited playing time as a back-up offensive lineman during his ju ...

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Boston Marathon winner, Keflezighi, running in Birmingham Wine 10k

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM— The National Center for Sports Safety has announced on Wednesday, July 25, that 2004 Athens Olympics silver medalist, 2009 New York City Marathon champion, and 2014 Boston Marathon champion Meb Keflezighi will be running in the Birmingham Wine 10K on March 2, 2019. Keflezighi will be running in the race and pacing a group of race participants. He will al ...

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Husky Baseball Club to host tryouts

By: Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports TRUSSVILLE— Husky Baseball Club will be hosting youth tryouts beginning Sat. August 11. The open tryouts will be separated by grade level beginning with third grade at 9 a.m. and fourth grade at 1 p.m. on August 11. Kids entering the fifth grade will have open tryouts the following day beginning at 1 p.m. while sixth graders will begin at 4 p.m. There will be no make up ev ...

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Clay-Chalkville football wins Deerfoot Invitational

By: Damian Mitchell Tribune Sports CLAY— The Clay-Chalkville Cougars hosted and won the Deerfoot Invitational 7 on 7 tournament on Tuesday, July 24. The Cougars overcame a sluggish 1-2 start in pool play which made them one of the lower seeds in the tournament but still worked their way into the championship game. Head coach Drew Gilmer believes that was one aspect in which he felt that his team showed thei ...

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Former Hewitt-Trussville, Clay-Chalkville coach receives Lifetime Achievement award

By Damian Mitchell Trussville Tribune Sports MONTGOMERY— Former Clay-Chalkville and Hewitt-Trussville football coach Hal Riddle was the recipient of the 2018 Fellowship of Christian Athletes "Bubba" Scott Lifetime Achievement award at the Alabama High School Athletic Association FCA luncheon on July 19. Coach Riddle graduated from Hewitt-Trussville and landed his first head coaching job at Erwin High School ...

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