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Springville Varsity softball falls to Moody 4-0

By Shaun Szkolnik For The Tribune MOODY — Springville Varsity softball took a 4-0 loss to Moody at Wednesday’s game. Madison Sanders had the mound for Moody and gave up one hit and zero runs over seven innings.  Sanders struck out six and walked one. Abbey Swaney pitched for the tigers.  She gave up four hits and four runs over five and a third innings.  Swaney struck out nine. Leading the tigers in hitting ...

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Rush Propst fired at Colquitt County

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports COLQUITT COUNTY, Ga. -- Former Hoover High School football coach Rush Propst has been fired from his position at Colquitt County High School in Georgia. The Colquitt County Board of Education voted unanimously to relieve Propst of  "any and all coaching duties" on Thursday, according to The Moultrie Observer. The vote followed an executive session by the BOE. Propst ...

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Huskies Varsity softball bested by Spain Park

By Shaun Szkolnik Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE — Huskies Varsity softball took an 18-2 loss to Spain Park on Wednesday. Spain Park lit things up early with Maddie Majors homering on a 2-1 count and scoring two runs, and keeping up that momentum in the third inning by scoring nine runs. Annabelle Widra took the win for Spain Park by going five innings.  She only allowed two runs on six hits, with nine strike out ...

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HTMS boys golf wins over North Jefferson by single shot

The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – It was a great day on the course for the Hewitt-Trusville Middle School Boys Golf team on Monday as they faced off against North Jefferson. The Huskies won by a single shot, ending with a 136 total to North Jefferson’s 137 total. Photo courtesy of Trussville City Schools Landon Elders took the honor of having the low score of the day for Trussville, shooting ...

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The Student Athletic Pass offers a golden ticket for TCS students

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSVILLE — In an effort to increase the fan base and make game attendance more affordable, Student Athletic Passes will be available for the first time ever for the 2018-2019 school year. Every student in the district (K-12) will have the opportunity to have their own personalized athletic pass card. With this pass, students will be able to enter all HTMS and HTHS ...

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Pinson Valley softball loses to Pell City by 1

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports PELL CITY — The Pinon Valley Indians softball team went the distance with Pell City on Tuesday night, but a run late in the game secured a 2-1 victory for Pell City over the Indians. Pinson Valley and Pell City can both be proud of the effort put in from the mound.  Pell City Pitchers notched four strike outs and the Indians logged seven. Ka’Maya Hampton started on ...

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After weekend of wins, Huskies baseball 10-1 for the season

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Coach Jeff Mauldin's Huskies added three wins over the weekend to improve to 10-1 on the season. The weekend started with an exciting 7-6 win over Briarwood in extra innings. Jackson Holland won it for the Huskies when he singled home Jacob Bishop with two outs in the 9th inning. Holland and Tyler Mauldin each had two hits. Julian Sauger had two RBI's. ...

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Hewitt-Trussville boys soccer prevails over Mountain Brook

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Hewitt-Trussville boys soccer took on Mountain Brook Monday night in a game that came down to penalty kicks. The Huskies prevailed 4-3 in kicks to win the match and improve to 1-1 in Area play. Eric Besse started the scoring as he connected on a goal in the first half. Mountain Brook battled back and scored an equalizing goal in the second half. After r ...

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Habitat from Humanity to get some help from The Birmingham Iron

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM – Iron team members Trent Richardson, Jack Tocho and Xzavier Dickson will be taking some time off from the grid iron to swing some hammers for a good cause. Along with the Birmingham Iron executives and staff, the trio will spend their off day framing house walls at Legion Field in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Greater Birmingham.  The volunteer w ...

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Birmingham Legion sells out franchise debut

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM — The Birmingham Legion launched its inaugural season on Sunday in front of a sell-out crowd at BBVA Compass Field. The Legion ended up falling to Bethlehem Steel 2-0. The Legion came into the match full of energy and excitement, feeding off of the announced 5,807 in attendance, but the first half ended 0-0. The home side only finished the first half with ...

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