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Clay-Chalkville jumps out to early lead, wins big

By Kyle Parmley CLAY -- Clay-Chalkville honored nine seniors before the game and ran away with a 54-20 victory over Carver-Birmingham on Tuesday night. The Cougars got rolling early, jumping out to a 17-4 first quarter lead. In similar fashion, they outscored the Rams 19-6 in the second frame to take a 36-10 edge into halftime with the game securely in hand. “We brought the intensity on defense tonight, and ...

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Lady Cougars win easily on Senior Night

By Kyle Parmley CLAY -- Clay-Chalkville began the game on a 7-0 run and never looked back, as the Lady Cougars easily dispatched Carver-Birmingham 69-29 on Tuesday night. The opening tip landed in the hands of Lady Cougars guard Raven Omar, who took the ball straight down the court and to the basket. Her layup gave Clay-Chalkville the lead just 10 seconds into the game, and the Lady Rams never came closer. ...

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Trussville native begins Web.com Tour play this week

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Former UAB golfer and Trussville native Sam Love begins his play on the Web.com Tour this week. Love will tee it up at the Panama Claro Championship on Thursday in Panama City, Panama. The tournament runs through Sunday. The purse is $625,000, and the winner takes home $112,500. The Web.com Tour is the developmental tour for the PGA Tour. [caption id="attachment_8536" align="alig ...

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Hewitt-Trussville baseball shakes up concessions for 2015 season

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The concession stand at Phil English Field is going to be crazy this spring. The Trussville City Board of Education on Monday approved Crazy Horse restaurant in Argo to provide concessions for the 2015 Hewitt-Trussville baseball season. Board members’ main concern was of keeping concession items priced competitively. They were assured prices would remain competitive with other co ...

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Abdullah scores 34 as Cougars defeat Huskies

By Kyle Parmley CLAY – In one of the wildest games of the season for both teams, Clay-Chalkville rode point guard Hasan Abdullah’s 34 points to a 93-75 win over Hewitt-Trussville on Monday night. Abdullah exploded for 17 points in the second quarter alone, which saw him bury four pull-up 3-pointers inside of the final two minutes, including one at the buzzer to pull his team to within three. His performance ...

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Hudson, Omar lead Lady Cougars to victory over Hewitt-Trussville

By Kyle Parmley CLAY – Nine steals from the starting backcourt of Kristian Hudson and Raven Omar propelled Clay-Chalkville to a 44-35 victory over rival Hewitt-Trussville on Monday night. The duo forced the Lady Huskies to work for everything they got all evening, as their active hands created deflections and disturbances throughout. “They do everything right on the court,” Clay-Chalkville head coach Justin ...

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Coin flip declares girls’ area tournament location

By Erik Harris CENTER POINT – The teams couldn’t make up their minds on the floor so a coin was asked to decide if the Class 6A, Area 12 girls basketball tournament would be played at Clay-Chalkville or Center Point. It was flipped Monday morning and it chose Center Point. According to Lady Cougars’ head coach Justin Haynie, the tournament will tip next Wednesday night at 6 when his girls square off against ...

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HTMS charity basketball game Feb. 3

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The tenth annual charity basketball game at Hewitt-Trussville Middle School will be Tuesday, Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the school’s gym. The event is a school-wide activity that includes all the school’s basketball teams, cheerleaders, dance team, athletes from other sports, band, choir and ambassadors. [caption id="attachment_13054" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussville ...

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Pinson hoops teams split with Pleasant Grove

By Kyle Parmley PINSON – Pinson Valley came out of the gates on fire, as the boys defeated Pleasant Grove 65-43 in a non-region matchup Saturday night at Mike Dutton Gymnasium. The Indians scored 19 points in the first 4:30 of the game and jumped out to a 21-8 lead after a quarter. The Indians cemented their strong first half with a big third quarter as well, outscoring the Spartans by 13 in the period. Cor ...

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Cougars dominate in JeffCo Tournament finals

By Erik Harris ADAMSVILLE – There was a trophy to be won Friday night at Minor High School, and Clay-Chalkville (18-8) made certain that everyone knew it was theirs from the opening tip. Defense fueled the Cougars to a 61-38 drubbing of Shades Valley in the championship game of the Jefferson County Large Schools Basketball Tournament. Clay-Chalkville got its hands on seven steals, three of them going to the ...

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