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Recap: Clay-Chalkville 51, Hewitt-Trussville 10

By Gary Lloyd   For The Tribune   For much of the first half at Jack Wood Stadium, Hewitt-Trussville was in control.   All Clay-Chalkville needed was the third quarter.   The Class 6A second-ranked Cougars scored 30 points in the third quarter and cruised to a 51-10 drubbing of the Huskies in the season opener.   Down 10-7 at halftime, Clay-Chalkville opened the second half with a f ...

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“The State’s Greatest Rivalry” heats up again Friday night

The Clay-Chalkville Cougars will go head to head with the Hewitt-Trussville Huskies tomorrow in the annual Paws and Claws rivalry match. The two teams have a long history of intense matches prompting local fans to dub the match Alabama’s Greatest Rivalry. The schools are no longer in a region together but always give each other competition on the field. The game begins at 7 p.m. at Jack Wood Stadium. Last s ...

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Cougars blast Decatur 33-0

The Decatur Daily reported that Clay Chalkville High School took down Decatur High School by the score of 33-0 in Friday night's jamboree action. According to the newspaper, "Decatur’s offense lost three fumbles, gave up a safety and committed several pre-snap penalties. One of the fumbles resulted in a Juwaun Hawkins’ touchdown return for Clay-Chalkville." Read the full story here. ...

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PVHS Indian boosters get boost from donors

The Pinson Valley High School Booster Club received a special donation last week when Phil Jeffers provided an equipment trailer for the football team. Jeffers is an agent of  Mawson & Mawson Trucking Co.and has a son on the team, Matt Jeffers. The decals were provided by Ricky Hall of Quality Trophy in Trussville. Booster club members were understandably proud of the new addition.  "The trailer was don ...

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Trussville community pep rally cancelled

Due to the weather conditions forecasted for today and tonight, Trussville City Schools has canceled the community pep rally scheduled for tonight. "There will not be a make-up date for this event due to our fall sports schedules," Director of Athletics Karen Johns said.  "I want to thank everyone for helping plan this event.  Hopefully, next year we can make this a go.  Have a great weekend."     ...

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Hewitt’s Miller knows football

By Ben Culpepper The Hewitt-Trussville High School football team lost several key contributors to graduation from last year’s 8-3 squad, but none were more important than quarterback Carr Tigner. “With Carr, when he walked into the huddle, we knew we were going to be OK.”  Head coach Hal Riddle said. While Riddle was quick to praise Tigner’s athletic ability and leadership, he was equally as quick to anoint ...

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Trussville teens bring home the gold

Trussville’s Aspen Seeds and Meagan Zeitvogel represented Alabama in the U. S Youth Games, held July 25 through 27 at George Ward Park. The girls competed against other 13-year-old girls’ tennis teams that came from as far away as South Carolina. After dominating the courts in both singles and doubles matches, winning a whopping 63 games over the two day tournament, Seeds and Zeitvogel were awarded the Gold ...

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Huskies’ Davis commits to Southern Miss

Standout defensive back Luke Davis says he has committed to play college football for the University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. Davis told the Tribune this afternoon that he really loved the atmosphere at USM. "Hattiesburg has everything I could possibly want for the next four years," Davis said.  "Coach (Tommy) West and Coach (Ellis) Johnson are great defensive coaches.  Those are two of the be ...

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Trussville’s Gunter signs with White Sox

[caption id="attachment_893" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville and Samford pitcher Michael Gunter signs with the White Sox organization[/caption] Michael Gunter's magic ride continues. After helping his Samford Bulldogs reach the NCAA regionals for the first time in school history, the former Hewitt Husky pitcher finished his college career pitching 5 2/3 no-hit, shutout innings against Florida Stat ...

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NCAA hammers Penn State

It wasn't the death penalty, but by the time the NCAA sanctions take full effect, Penn State athletics may be on life support. In an unprecedented show of strength and speed, NCAA officials dropped the bomb on the Nittany Lions football program this morning in the wake of the child sex scandal investigation by former FBI head Louis Freeh. The Freeh Report alleges that top Penn State officials, including the ...

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