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Mountain Brook too much for Hewitt-Trussville

By Kyle Parmley TRUSSVILLE -- Class 7A second-ranked Mountain Brook proved too much for Hewitt-Trussville on Tuesday night, as the Spartans knocked off the Huskies 70-38 in an Area 6 matchup. Hewitt-Trussville (6-14, 0-3) hung around for the majority of the first half, but a run from Mountain Brook late in the second quarter gave the Spartans a 39-24 halftime advantage. “I think we can build on that, becaus ...

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Hewitt-Trussville guard surpasses 1,000 career points

By Kyle Parmley TRUSSVILLE -- It didn’t all come naturally for Hewitt-Trussville senior point guard Cayla Dillard. Countless hours of hard work and dedication are to thank for the point guard reaching her goals, as Dillard eclipsed 1,000 points for her career with a solid effort on Tuesday night, despite the Lady Huskies’ 62-42 loss to Mountain Brook. “This is what I’ve been working toward my whole career,” ...

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Hewitt freshman softball player commits to SEC school

By Kyle Parmley TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville’s softball team has added another college commitment, as freshman Tate Moseley announced her verbal commitment to play for Auburn University on Monday night. The speedy outfielder marks the third Lady Husky to accept an offer from a Southeastern Conference school, joining teammates Maddie Dorsett (Mississippi State) and Taylor Beshears (Arkansas). [caption id= ...

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Local basketball coaches help bring awareness to autism

By Erik Harris JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Basketball coaches from Hewitt-Trussville, Clay-Chalkville and Pinson Valley participated in a statewide event last week by replacing their usual game attire with special autism awareness T-shirts. The first Shooting 2 Change event was led by Spanish Fort boys coach Dru Powell, whose 2-year-old son was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Powell got help from ...

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Lady Cougars stay perfect in area play

By Erik Harris PINSON – Clay-Chalkville lived up to its second-place ranking with a 33-point road victory at Class 6A, Area 12 rival Pinson Valley Friday night. The Lady Indians kept the score close for much of the first half, but a 12-2 Lady Cougars run to start the third quarter put the game out of reach. The Lady Cougars won 64-31. The scoring surge came from the hands of numerous Lady Cougars. Head coac ...

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Clay-Chalkville gets road win at Pinson Valley

By Erik Harris PINSON – No. 8 Clay-Chalkville had four guys score in double figures to push the Cougars past Pinson Valley 81-60 on Friday night. The road win improved Clay-Chalkville’s Class 6A, Area 12 record to 2-1. Head coach Clint Argo and the Indians currently sit at 0-3 in area play. Sophomore forward Nico Collins led the visitors with 16 points, almost all of which came in the paint. Senior point gu ...

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Quinton Dial talks NFL season, foundation

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Former Clay-Chalkville and University of Alabama defensive end Quinton Dial, now with the San Francisco 49ers, sat down with Gary Lloyd of The Trussville Tribune on Thursday to talk about the 2014 NFL season, the offseason, his new foundation and Clay-Chalkville. Dial said he had a “pretty solid season” for the 49ers in 2014. He finished with 30 tackles and two sacks in 14 g ...

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Lady Cougars beat 7A foe Spain Park

By Erik Harris CLAY – No. 2 Clay-Chalkville handed Class 7A Spain Park its seventh loss of the season at home Thursday night. “The girls played really hard and it was a great win for us,” said Clay-Chalkville head coach Justin Haynie. [caption id="attachment_18447" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville senior Daffany Lewis pushes the ball against Pinson Valley earlier this season.file photo by Ron ...

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Pinson Valley seeks fourth JeffCo wrestling championship in a row

By Erik Harris PINSON – Fresh off a first-place finish at the Hayden Duels, the Pinson Valley wrestling team looks to defend its Jefferson County Wrestling Championship for the fourth year in a row this weekend. The Indians, coached by Gene Richardson, are led by a pair of defending state champions and a 172-pound linebacker-turned-grappler. [caption id="attachment_11160" align="alignleft" width="300"] The ...

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Clay-Chalkville teams remain in basketball poll

By Erik Harris CLAY – The Alabama Sports Writers Association has released its third basketball poll of the season and both Clay-Chalkville teams are listed. Coach Jeremy Monceaux and the boys dropped two spots to No. 8 in this week’s rankings, while the girls stayed firm at No. 2 in Class 6A. [caption id="attachment_18517" align="alignleft" width="300"] Clay-Chalkville coach Jeremy Monceaux photo by Ron Bur ...

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