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AHSAA launches mobile app

By Gary Lloyd MONTGOMERY -- The Alabama High School Athletic Association now has its own free mobile app, which was made available for download Friday morning in the Apple App Store and Android’s Google Play Stores online. The AHSAA has partnered with American-owned-and-operated School Apps Fast, a division of FastAPPZ, which specializes in developing mobile apps for schools and educational organizations ac ...

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6 area athletes head to Montgomery for All-Star Sports Week

By Gary Lloyd MONTGOMERY -- Six area athletes will head to Montgomery next week for the 18th annual Alabama All-Star Sports Week. Two area baseball players were named to the North All-Star team. Clay-Chalkville rising senior pitcher Matthew Calvert and Hewitt-Trussville rising senior shortstop Carter Pharis were named to the team. The North-South All-Star game is scheduled for Tuesday, July 22 in Montgomery ...

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Flag football game to benefit Clay-Chalkville grad

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- A flag football game scheduled for Saturday, July 19 will benefit a Clay-Chalkville High School graduate with Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. The tournament will benefit the impending treatment and surgery for 2011 graduate Trey Belvin. [caption id="attachment_14012" align="alignleft" width="300"] Cougar Stadium at Clay-Chalkville High Schoolfile photo by Gary Lloyd[/caption] The ...

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Sarah Patterson steps down at Alabama

By Scott Buttram TUSCALOOSA -- The Crimson Tide's legendary gymnastics coach Sarah Patterson has resigned, citing health concerns. Patterson will undergo double knee replacement, she said in an open letter posted on the university website. [caption id="attachment_14541" align="alignleft" width="300"] Sarah Patterson, pictured with her husband and assistant coach David, resigns after winning six national cha ...

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Hewitt grad becomes youngest OC in Tennessee

By Gary Lloyd CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- A former Hewitt-Trussville football player and coach has become the youngest high school offensive coordinator in Tennessee, according to Oak Mountain head football coach Cris Bell. Bell said J.J. Roupe, who coached football and baseball at Hewitt-Trussville and Oak Mountain, was recently named the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Northwest High School in C ...

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Former Clay RB starts foundation

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- Former Clay-Chalkville running back and current Carolina Panther Darrin Reaves has started a foundation. Reaves announced the Darrin Reaves Foundation on Twitter last Monday. The foundation can be followed on Twitter @TheDRFoundation. [caption id="attachment_11103" align="alignleft" width="300"] Darrin Reavesphoto courtesy of UAB Athletics Media Relations[/caption] “We aim to create op ...

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Trussville’s Andrew Rape taken in National Pro Grid League draft

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — Trussville native Andrew Rape has been selected in the first-ever National Pro Grid League draft. Rape was selected 14th overall in the second round by the New York Rhinos. There are eight teams in the league. “It’s been a great ride already and I’ve already learned so much,” Rape said on his Facebook page before the draft began Thursday. Rape, 25, is 5-foot-11 and 220 pounds. Rap ...

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2 schools stand out for Pinson Valley RB Gibson

By Gary Lloyd PINSON -- Pinson Valley rising senior running back Nick Gibson says two schools are standing out to him in his recruitment. After practice Tuesday, Gibson said he’ll likely choose between Mississippi State and Alabama for his college destination. Gibson said he’ll likely make his college decision known this month. [caption id="attachment_9915" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pinson Valley risin ...

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Trussville 10U places 3rd in state

For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville 10U All-Star softball team placed third in the state tournament June 26-28. A total of 56 teams from all over the state competed. [caption id="attachment_14449" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Trussville 10U All-Star softball teamsubmitted photo[/caption] Shown in the photo, top row from left, are Kennedy Maddox, Lindsey Stinson, Maddie Wallace, Maggie Hollier ...

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Trussville 6U team wins state championship

For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- The USSSA 6U state champions in the Peaches Division are the Trussville Huskies. The girls went 5-1 through the tournament, playing at Jemison Park last Friday, beating Hueytown and Prattville. [caption id="attachment_14446" align="alignleft" width="300"] Front row from left are Victoria Romero, Ava Hyde, Ava Ellison, Evie Andrews, Mattie Adcock and Vada Posey. Second row from ...

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