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Game recap: Cougars romp past Albertville

By Gary Lloyd Here's a brief recap of tonight's game. We'll have the full story up soon. Cougars begin with a BANG! Tre Hrabowski returns the opening kickoff 76 yards for the touchdown. Clay Chalkville leads 7-0. Hayden Moore hits DeAndre Woods for 45 yards and the TD on the Cougars first offensive play from scrimmage. Two touches, two scores. Cougars lead 14-0 with 9:19 to play in the 1st quarter. Sidney B ...

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Gibson, Powell lead Indians to victory over Blue Devils

[caption id="attachment_1702" align="alignleft" width="300"] Nick Gibson led the Indians in rushing yards against the Mortimer Jordan Blue Devils.[/caption] By Alex Headley Freshman Ko Powell took the field as Pinson Valley High School’s starting quarterback for the first time Friday night. “It feels good (to be starting quarterback),” Powell said. “I think the team is really backing me up.” Powell complete ...

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Cougars roll over Oxford

Oxford High School had not lost at home since 2010.  Clay-Chalkville served early notice that they intended to change that stat. It took the Cougars one play from scrimmage and 15 seconds off clock to announce their arrival at Oxford Stadium and take a 7-0 lead. Quarterback Hayden Moore hit Brian Clark on the left side and Clark raced 76 yards to pay dirt. "We had prepared to have that play work," Moore sai ...

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Recap: Clay Chalkville 25 Oxford 16

The Cougars opened the night with a 76 yard hitch pass from Hayden Moore to Brian Clark on the first play from scrimmage to post a 7-0 lead with 11:45 to go in the first quarter. At the 1:51 mark in the first quarter, Clay Chalkville struck again when Terrelle West scooted in from 8 yards out. The 2 point attempt failed.  The Cougars led 13-0 Oxford's Ty Webber then hit on a 31 yard TD pass to get Oxford ba ...

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Cougars too much for Huskies in opener

By Gary Lloyd For The Tribune With 5:32 left in Friday’s season-opening game between Hewitt-Trussville and Clay-Chalkville, Cougar fans were chanting, “We want 50!” Just over a minute later, they had it. Junior running back Stephone Sheffield broke free down the Cougars’ sideline and scampered 39 yards for a touchdown, giving the second-ranked team in Class 6A a 51-10 lead after the extra point. Clay-Chalkv ...

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Recap: Clay-Chalkville 51, Hewitt-Trussville 10

By Gary Lloyd   For The Tribune   For much of the first half at Jack Wood Stadium, Hewitt-Trussville was in control.   All Clay-Chalkville needed was the third quarter.   The Class 6A second-ranked Cougars scored 30 points in the third quarter and cruised to a 51-10 drubbing of the Huskies in the season opener.   Down 10-7 at halftime, Clay-Chalkville opened the second half with a f ...

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“The State’s Greatest Rivalry” heats up again Friday night

The Clay-Chalkville Cougars will go head to head with the Hewitt-Trussville Huskies tomorrow in the annual Paws and Claws rivalry match. The two teams have a long history of intense matches prompting local fans to dub the match Alabama’s Greatest Rivalry. The schools are no longer in a region together but always give each other competition on the field. The game begins at 7 p.m. at Jack Wood Stadium. Last s ...

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Cougars blast Decatur 33-0

The Decatur Daily reported that Clay Chalkville High School took down Decatur High School by the score of 33-0 in Friday night's jamboree action. According to the newspaper, "Decatur’s offense lost three fumbles, gave up a safety and committed several pre-snap penalties. One of the fumbles resulted in a Juwaun Hawkins’ touchdown return for Clay-Chalkville." Read the full story here. ...

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PVHS Indian boosters get boost from donors

The Pinson Valley High School Booster Club received a special donation last week when Phil Jeffers provided an equipment trailer for the football team. Jeffers is an agent of  Mawson & Mawson Trucking Co.and has a son on the team, Matt Jeffers. The decals were provided by Ricky Hall of Quality Trophy in Trussville. Booster club members were understandably proud of the new addition.  "The trailer was don ...

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Trussville community pep rally cancelled

Due to the weather conditions forecasted for today and tonight, Trussville City Schools has canceled the community pep rally scheduled for tonight. "There will not be a make-up date for this event due to our fall sports schedules," Director of Athletics Karen Johns said.  "I want to thank everyone for helping plan this event.  Hopefully, next year we can make this a go.  Have a great weekend."     ...

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