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2017 Mercedes Marathon wraps up in Birmingham

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports The 2017 Mercedes Marathon wrapped up with several winners crossing the finish line on Sunday morning  according to a report by the WBRC. Dominic Korir won the marathon, finishing at 2:20:38, with Sarah Pease as the winner of the women’s full marathon at 2:41:48. Panuel Mkungo and Gladys Yator were the winners of the half-marathon, finishing at 1:04:26 and 1:14:21 r ...

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Jon Clements joins Clay-Chalkville staff; Chris Mills moves to assistant principal post

By David Knox Sports Editor CLAY – Former Pinson Valley offensive coordinator Jon Clements has been approved by the Jefferson County Board of Education to move to Clay-Chalkville. Clements will coach receivers. He replaces Chris Mills on the staff. Mills has accepted the position of assistant principal at Clay-Chalkville. “He’s a fantastic young coach,” Cougars head coach Jerry Hood said. “The thing you do ...

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Hewitt lacrosse ready for another season

By David Knox, Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – This sports program has the third largest number of participants at Hewitt-Trussville, and it’s only in its fourth year. There are 42 boys and 22 girls ninth through 12th-grade playing lacrosse at Hewitt-Trussville this season for the Huskies club team. Lacrosse isn’t a sport yet sanctioned by the Alabama High School Athletic Association, but that hasn’t stopped the ...

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Falcons hire Alabama OC Steve Sarkisian

From Trussville Tribune staff reports That didn't take long. According to the team's twitter, newly named offensive coordinator at the Univ. of Alabama Steve Sarkisian has agreed to take the same position with the Atlanta Falcons. [box type="info"] The Falcons have agreed with Steve Sarkisian to become Atlanta’s offensive coordinator. — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) February 7, 2017 [/box] Sarkisian was ...

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HTMS basketball, wrestling win Metro Championships

From Trussville Tribune staff reports The Hewitt-Trussville Middle School 8th grade basketball team won the Metro Conference Championship last week. The team finished the season with a 23-2 record. Tyler Pickett was named MVP and Ben Bianchi and Michael Edwards were named to the all-tournament team. Hewitt-Trussville Middle School wrestlers also had a fantastic week, finishing as Metro Champions as well. 1s ...

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Huskies boys finish second in state indoor meet

BIRMINGHAM -- Led by Noah Igbinoghene's wins in the triple jump and long jump, the Hewitt-Trussville Huskies claimed second place in the state in the AHSAA State Indoor Track Championships at CrossPlex. Igbinoghene set a state record and the national mark in the triple jump Saturday morning. He jumped 50-03.00, breaking the triple jump state record of 48-01 he set at last year's championships, the CrossPlex ...

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Igbinoghene sets national mark, state record in triple jump

BIRMINGHAM -- Hewitt-Trussville's Noah Igbinoghene set a state record and the national mark in the triple jump Saturday morning at the Alabama High School Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championship at CrossPlex. Igbinoghene jumped 50-03.00, breaking the state record he set last year of 48-01 he set at last year's championships, the CrossPlex record of 49-03.75 he set last week, and breaking hi ...

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Lance Walker officially named Athletics Director for Trussville City Schools

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville officially has its new athletics director. The Trussville City Schools Board of Education approved the hiring of Lance Walker at their meeting Feb. 2. Walker is a familiar face in Trussville. He is a Hewitt-Trussville alum and former Univ. of Alabama golfer who has spent his entire professional career working in the UA athletic department, most recently as ...

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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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Signing on the dotted line: National Signing Day arrives – decision time for Big Nico, other area stars

By David Knox Sports Editor I probably shouldn’t tell you this, but I will. [caption id="attachment_16055" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville junior wide receiver Nico Collins grabs a touchdown reception against Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa last season.file photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Nico Collins videoed his commitment announcement last week and said where he’s going to school. Said it out loud. Rec ...

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