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Hewitt’s season ends in area tournament 

By Kyle Parmley/Cahaba Sun HOOVER -- Spain Park put four players in double figures, as the Jags knocked off Hewitt-Trussville, 73-47, in the first round of the Class 7A, Area 6 Tournament on Thursday night. [caption id="attachment_28647" align="alignleft" width="200"] Josh Monski in Bryant Bank Arena. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The top-seeded Jags are the Viagra canadian host of the tournament, and took hold of a 13-po ...

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Hewitt-Trussville girls come back to upset Spain Park

By Kyle Parmley/Cahaba Sun Hewitt-Trussville's girls basketball team pulled off an upset of Spain Park in the Class 7A, Area 6 Tournament on Tuesday night. The second-seeded Jags fell victim to a 12-3 burst from the Huskies in the fourth quarter, as Hewitt-Trussville took the lead for good early in the final period. [caption id="attachment_28570" align="alignleft" width="200"] Hewitt-Trussville's Gabby Hill ...

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Knox, Igbinoghene lead Huskies to No. 3 finish

By Erik Harris BIRMINGHAM – Head coach David Dobbs and Prescription for viagra the Hewitt-Trussville track and field team put an end to the indoor season with a strong performance at the AHSAA Indoor State Championships on Saturday. His boys finished the meet at No. 3 behind No. 2 Hoover and No. 1 Auburn. In girls competition, the Huskies came through at No. 11 with Hoover claiming the buy nolvadex online top prize. [caption id="attachment_28543" ali ...

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Clay-Chalkville slips on senior night

From staff reports CLAY -- Clay-Chalkville came up a little short on senior night, falling to Oak Mountain by a count of 52-45. Seniors Tyler Pride, Ahkari Thompson, Eddie Cole and Josh Moore were all honored on Friday night. [caption id="attachment_28117" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville's Jalen Jordan in transition. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The Eagles took a 43-41 lead with six minutes ...

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Girls hoops: Cougars wrap up regular season with easy win

From staff reports CLAY – Clay-Chalkville girl’s basketball team ran out to a big lead and never looked back, knocking off Oak Mountain, 46-24, on Senior Night on Friday.   [caption id="attachment_27716" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville guard Summer Pettway. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The Lady Cougars scored the first six points of the game and led 19-4 after the first quarter, thanks ...

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Clay freshman win final game of season

From staff reports CLAY – The Clay-Chalkville freshman boys basketball team picked up a 53-38 win over Oak Mountain on Friday night, in the team’s final contest of the season.   Chance Armstrong stole the show, scoring a team-high 20 points in the game.   The Cougars surged ahead with a 14-2 run to bridge the first and second quarters and levitra for sale held onto the lead for the rest of the contest.   Devi ...

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National Signing Day: 11 Cougars sign scholarships

By Erik Harris CLAY – For Clay-Chalkville head football coach Jerry Hood, it’s a little bittersweet watching his Class of 2016 sign on the dotted line. [caption id="attachment_28390" align="alignleft" width="240"] Alabama wideout T.J. Simmons on National Signing Day. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Departing seniors like quarterback Ty Pigrome and wide receiver T.J. Simmons have helped the Cougars build a 29 ...

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VIDEO: Hewitt shines on National Signing Day

By Erik Harris TRUSSVILLE – It was a big National Signing Day at Hewitt-Trussville High School on Wednesday. [caption id="attachment_28356" align="alignleft" width="300"] Jarrion Street speaks to the crowd at Hewitt-Trussville's National Signing Day ceremony. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The Husky football program saw seven players sign national letters of intent while soccer player Megan McGettigan etche ...

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National Signing Day preview

By Erik Harris As of Tuesday evening, there are 21 student-athletes from Hewitt-Trussville, Clay-Chalkville and Pinson Valley scheduled to sign college scholarships on National Signing Day. The first Wednesday of February has become an unofficial holiday in the sports world, as athletes from across the country ink their name down to the college of choice. This Wednesday will be particularly busy at Clay-Cha ...

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HTMS ends season with Metro South Conference Championship

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Hewitt-Trussville Middle School’s Julian Collins saw to it that the eighth-grade Huskies finished the season on a high note. Collins, the Metro South Conference Tournament MVP, helped his team beat Pizitz, 50-38, in the tournament title game on Friday. [caption id="attachment_28270" align="alignleft" width="300"] The 2015-16 Hewitt-Trussville Middle School basketball team. He ...

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