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Cougars lose to Bucs 44-20

By John William Gallagher At Buccaneers Stadium Friday night, the Hoover High School Bucs defeated the Clay-Chalkville Cougars 44-20. The Bucs will now head the State Championship in Auburn next Friday night. Hoover took the lead early in the first quarter and the Cougars making it a tied game. A second touchdown gave the Bucs the lead, something they did not relinquish the rest of the night. Goal line stan ...

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Game Recap: Hoover 44, Clay-Chalkville 20

Game Recap: Hoover 44, Clay-Chalkville 20 Here is a brief recap of tonight’s game. We will be posting the full game story soon. In tonight’s matchup, the Clay-Chakville Cougars took on the Hoover Bucs on the road in the 6A semifinal round. In front of a packed stadium, the Cougars were able to gain first possession of the ball. But within minutes of the first quarter, the Hoover Buccaneers was the first tea ...

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Lights on for Clay-Chalkville Baseball

By John William Gallagher Around 4:15 p.m. Thursday, the players of the Clay-Chalkville baseball team went to turn the lights on at the Clay-Chalkville baseball stadium. The lights started to warm up and brought the field out of the afternoon shadows. This morning, head coach Brandon Johnson had a meeting to discuss the issue with the Jefferson County Board of Education superintendent Dr. Phil Hammonds and ...

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Run Faster, Farther, Pain Free: Reducing knee pain and improving performance

By Chris Scarborough For the Tribune One of the most common problems among runners and athletes that run a lot as part of their sport is knee pain during or after the running activity. Some hurt at the beginning of an activity, then as they warm-up, the pain is reduced or goes away altogether, at least until the start of the next run. Other people do not hurt at all while running, but after running they fnd ...

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Robinson remains committed to Auburn, but keeping options open

By Scott Buttram Pinson Valley’s four-star receiver Earnest Robinson said Tuesday that he remains committed to Auburn, but he is keeping his options open until he knows who will replace Gene Chizik. “I’m still committed to Auburn, but I’m opening up to look around,” Robinson said.  “I’m going to wait a week or so and see what coach comes up next.  If he can keep the program going and see how the staff is, I ...

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Riddle, Glover: Cougars have the right stuff

By Scott Buttram Clay-Chalkville High School will face the perennial favorite from the north, Hoover High School, in this week’s semi-final game for the right to play in the Super 6 in Auburn.  The Cougars bring a 12-1 record into the game, while the Buccaneers are unbeaten at 13-0. Could this be the year for CCHS to return to the state championship game and win the 6A title? Two area coaches who have faced ...

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Cougars defeat Spartans 30-9

By John William Gallagher On a windy Friday Night, the Clay-Chalkville Cougars defeated the Mountain Brook Spartans at their home field with a final score of 30-9. The game was a collective effort in the Cougar victory. The Cougars were able to keep Mountain Brook at bay most of the game. Late in the game, the Spartans had big drives but were not able to mount the comeback. Clay scored late in the first qua ...

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Game Recap: Clay Chalkville 30 Mountain Brook 9

Robert Greene gets the Cougars on the board first with a 38 yard field goal with 3:55 to play in the 1st quarter. With 28 seconds remaining in the 1st quarter, Hayden Moore hits DeAndre Woods for 20 yards and the touchdown. Cougars lead 10-0. Mountain Brook hits a 32 yard field goal with 8:02 unitl the half. Moore takes it to the house from 57 yards out with 7:30 to play until halftime. Cougars lead 17-3. C ...

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NCAA investigating Auburn football program

Charles Goldberg, Auburn beat writer for The Birmingham News, and Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports are reporting this evening that the NCAA is investigating the football program at Auburn University. Yahoo Sports says that according to multiple sources, NCAA investigators have spent weeks looking into potential improprieties involving Auburn recruits, players, coaches, representatives of the school's athletic inte ...

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Hewitt-Trussville Football, Cheerleading have historic seasons

By John William Gallagher For Hewitt-Trussville Middle School football, the seventh and eighth grade teams had historic seasons. The seventh grade team won the Metro South Championship with a 7-1 record. The eighth grade team went 7-1 and finished in second place in the Metro South. This is the first time in school history both teams have done so well. For the cheerleaders, they were runners up at the North ...

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