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Springville falls to Briarwood 5-4 in Game 1 of the 5A State Championship

By Shaun Szkolnik, sports editor MONTGOMERY — The weather turned from perfect to perfectly ominous during the course of Game 1 for the AHSAA 5A State Championship at Paterson Field in Montgomery Thursday afternoon. Briarwood wasted little time and grabbed an early lead of 2-0 by putting up its first two runs in the top of the first inning. Springville had a spectacular lead off as Brandon Daniel knocked one ...

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Despite strong hitting and pitching, Huskies fall to Fairhope 2-0

By Shaun Szkolnik, sports editor MONTGOMERY — You couldn’t have asked for a better day for a ball game as Hewitt-Trussville faced off against Fairhope, the defending champions, at the 7A Softball State Championship Thursday morning. The Huskies were able to hold the Pirates to two runs, but it wasn’t enough as Hewitt-Trussville fell to the Pirates 2-0. The Huskies out hit the Pirates 11-4. They made a very ...

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Carter Antiques to participate in this year’s Highway 11 Antique Alley

By Shaun Szkolnik, for the Tribune ARGO — Lovers of antiques and yard sales will be pleased that, this year, Argo/Trussville will be well represented at 2019's Highway 11 Antique Alley, a roadside event which stretches from Meridian, Mississippi, to the Birmingham Metro area. The event is billed by its sponsors as an opportunity for motorists to take a break from the Interstates and travel down the old high ...

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HT’s Shelnutt, Long finish first, second in state championship

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports HOOVER — Hewitt-Trussville seniors Stone Shelnutt and Caleb Long finished 1-2 in the final standings of the 56th AHSAA State Decathlon Championships held at Hoover High School Football Stadium. Shelnutt finished the first day with 3,594 points and totaled 6,481 after Tuesday’s final events to claim the 2019 Decathlon state title. Long, 176 points back at 6,305, took ...

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Obituary: Edward Milton Hardin

Edward Milton Hardin of Chelsea, AL passed away on May 8. The son of Kyle Felton Hardin and Ella Ferguson Hardin, he was born in Jefferson County on June 11, 1926. He was predeceased by his parents, wife, Loraine and daughter, Judith Hardin Stickley and by his brother, Kyle F. Hardin, Jr. He is survived by his daughter, Jenny Renee Childers and grandchildren Rachel and Adam. He is also survived by son-in-la ...

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City of Argo to host book sale on Saturday

By Shaun Szkolnik, for the Tribune ARGO — The city of Argo has a unique library system that meets the needs of the citizens in a way that only a caring, small city can. “What we have is called a lending library,” said city councilor Ann Brown. “It is at city hall. It is four bookcases…People come by and get books, and they bring them back, or they pass them along to somebody else, and they donate other book ...

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Hewitt-Trussville’s Stone Shelnutt captures 3 of 5 events on first day of state decathlon

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports HOOVER — Hewitt-Trussville High School’s Stone Shelnutt captured three of five events held at the first day of the 56th AHSAA State Decathlon Championships being held at Hoover High School Football Stadium Monday. And Kelsey White of Baker captured two of the four events completed in the girls’ 47th Heptathlon Championships. Shelnutt finished the first day with 3,59 ...

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Louisville City shuts out Legion, 3-0

By Chris Megginson Two-time defending UCL Cup Champions Louisville City FC avenged a home loss in March to the Birmingham Legion with a 3-0 shutout win at BBVA Compass Field on a rainy Saturday night, May 11. Magnus Rasmussen gave Louisville a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute, followed by a Lucky Mkosana goal in the 23rd minute for a two-goal lead at the half. Louisville extended its lead in the 53rd minute whe ...

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Hewitt-Trussville triumphs over Thompson 5-1

By Shaun Szkolnik, sports editor The Huskies triumphed over Thompson Monday with a score of 5-1. The Huskies wasted no time getting on the board. Thanks to Hannah Dorsett drawing a walk, Hewitt-Trussville was able to score its first run in the first inning. Hayden Neugent had the win for Hewitt-Trussville. She allowed one run on six hits and walked one. Neugent pitched for seven innings. Madison Holtzapfel ...

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