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Hewitt-Trussville Middle School squad wins Dixie Regional Championship

By Erik Harris TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville Middle School’s competition cheerleading squad has received a bid to the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, where it will get an opportunity to compete against squads from around the country. The two-day National High School Cheerleading Championship competition will be in February. [caption id="attachment_13054" align="alignleft" wi ...

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Clay-Chalkville boys, girls crack first hoops top 10

By Erik Harris CLAY -- Both the Clay-Chalkville boys and girls basketball teams cracked the first Alabama Sports Writers Association top 10 rankings of the season. The boys, led by first-year head coach Jeremy Monceaux, debuted at No. 6 in Class 6A. Coach Justin Haynie has the Lady Cougars off to a hot start that has landed them at No. 3 in Class 6A. [caption id="attachment_10233" align="alignleft" width="2 ...

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Hewitt-Trussville outfielder makes college commitment

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A Hewitt-Trussville outfielder has made his college commitment. Center fielder Quin Jackson verbally committed to Lawson State Community College on Tuesday. Jackson played in all 41 games for a Hewitt-Trussville team that posted a 31-10 record in 2014 and reached the second round of the Class 6A playoffs. [caption id="attachment_18302" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussv ...

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Lady Indians lose to rival Center Point

By Erik Harris PINSON – The Pinson Valley varsity girls got their Class 6A, Area 12 season off to a rough start at home Tuesday night, falling 59-27 to rival Center Point. A big third quarter in which the Lady Indians were outscored 14-3 buried them in a 30-point hole that could not be escaped. “We had a real big third quarter, I think they might have scored three points in the third quarter and that really ...

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Pinson Valley boys fall in area opener

By Erik Harris PINSON – Making the transition into Class 6A, Area 12 play didn’t seem to help Pinson Valley’s cause Tuesday night. The Indians limped into area play with a 1-8 record and Center Point didn’t make things any easier on Pinson Valley head coach Clint Argo, coming into Mike Dutton Gymnasium and taking a 68-51 win. With only three teams residing in Area 12 this season, there’s little room for err ...

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Indians, Cougars start Area 12 hoops play this week

By Erik Harris CENTER POINT -- Area play will begin for Pinson Valley and Clay-Chalkville basketball teams this week, and Center Point is the first up for both schools. Class 6A, Area 12 will officially be under way when the Lady Indians visit Center Point on Tuesday night. Coach Clint Argo and the boys team will host the Eagles that night at Mike Dutton Gymnasium. [caption id="attachment_10294" align="alig ...

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New track at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium nears completion

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The new track at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium is nearing completion. The track features eight running lanes, two shot put rings, two long jump pits and a discus ring on the main field. There’s also a discus ring and javelin runway on the new multipurpose field. The track will be home to the first Hewitt-Trussville Invitational April 17-18, 2015. [caption id="attachment_17384" align= ...

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Hewitt-Trussville falls in Unified Flag football game; coach ‘excited’ about future

By Erik Harris AUBURN – The campus of Auburn University has been invaded by the top athletes, coaches and football teams from across the state this week for the AHSAA Super 7. Seven games will take place in Jordan-Hare Stadium to crown this season’s state champions from all classifications. But another game was played; an eighth game that featured the bravest athletes to take Pat Dye Field in quite some tim ...

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UAB football dropped: Keeping it would be ‘fiscally irresponsible,’ statement says

By Kyle Parmley BIRMINGHAM – The 2014-15 academic year will stand as the final year of competition for UAB football, along with women’s sports bowling and rifle. The news was announced Tuesday afternoon during a press conference delivered by school president Ray Watts. A large crowd gathered outside UAB’s football building around 2 p.m. as players were called to a mandatory meeting in the team meeting room. ...

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Clay-Chalkville improves to 4-1 with home win

By Kyle Parmley CLAY – All Clay-Chalkville had to do was win the fourth quarter. And they did. The Cougars knocked off Briarwood Christian 50-48 in a game tied after three quarters Monday night at home. With the game tied at 37, both teams exchanged baskets twice to start the final frame before a Kenneth Cotton floater from the free throw line gave Clay-Chalkville (4-1) the lead for good. Cotton finished th ...

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