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2019 Husky Baseball Camp coming in June

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The 2019 Husky Baseball Camp is ready to get started early next month. The camp provides fun and learning for youth that are interested in getting a clear look at how baseball operates. “This is just a time of the year that all our players and coaches look forward to help youth try a lot of different aspects of the game,” said Huskies Head Baseball Coac ...

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Barons lose 4 of 5 games to Chattanooga

By Chris Megginson, assistant sports editor The Birmingham Barons return home this week to begin an 11-game home stand beginning with a five-game series against in-state rival and Southern League North Division leader Montgomery Biscuits. Game one of the five-game set will be Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. at Regions Field. The first 1,000 adults receive a free Barons T-shirt. It is also Dollar Hot Dog Night. It will ...

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Auburn qualifies 6 entries for track and field events

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—The Auburn track and field team qualified six entries for the NCAA Outdoor Championships during the NCAA East Preliminaries meet at Hodges Stadium on the University of North Florida campus, May 23-25.  Sophomore distance runner Joyce Kimeli led the Tigers, qualifying in the women’s 3000m steeplechase and 5000m run, becoming the first Auburn women’ ...

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Auburn’s Julie McCarthy named WGCA All-American

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports AUBURN — Auburn sophomore Julie McCarthy was named an Honorable Mention All-American by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association on Thursday, May 23. McCarthy, a native of Ireland, is fresh off a strong performance at the NCAA Championship where she helped lead the Tigers to a top-four finish. The sophomore finished tied for 36th overall during the stroke play portion o ...

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Husky Hoops Tip-Off Camp set for June

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports This year’s Husky Hoops Tip-Off Camp will be held at Bryant Bank Arena June 10-12 from 9 a.m. to noon.  The cost is $80 for non-Husky Hoops Members. "Our vision is to use basketball to help equip young men for life, so Husky Hoops allows us to begin doing that at an early age,” said Trussville Head Basketball Coach Jeff Baker. “Using basketball to instill values lik ...

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Alabama archers make strong showing at national championship

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Mia Cornelson, a fifth grader from Dixon Elementary in Irvington, was named top female archer in the elementary school division at this year’s National Archery in the Schools (NASP) Eastern National Tournament held in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 11-12. She shot a score of 294 out of a possible 300 and was awarded a $2,000 college scholarship. Corn ...

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Huskies running back Armoni Goodwin commits to Auburn

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – A student-athlete from the Hewitt-Trussville football program committed to Auburn University Wednesday, May 22. [box type="info"] First of all, I want to thank Coach Gus Malzahn for the opportunity to be an Auburn Tiger. With that being said, I’m now Committed to Auburn University! War Eagle 🦅 @CoachGusMalzahn‼️💯 #WarEagle 🔷🔶 pic.twitter.com/Hg25fcIqmp ...

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Husky football competes in spring game

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TROY — Hewitt-Trussville Football capped a successful spring campaign with a 48-12 win over Lee-Montgomery in the spring game. The contest was held at Troy University. Seth Shelnutt completed 8-12 passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns. Cade Carruth threw for 57 yards and Jackson Holland was a perfect 4-4 passing. Omari Kelly led the way on the ground as he rushed f ...

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Clay-Chalkville wrestler signs with Truett McConnell University

By Shaun Szkolnik, sports editor CLAY — Years of hard work and sacrifice paid off for Clay-Chalkville High School student-athlete Jacob Williams when he signed to wrestle with Truett McConnel University Friday, May 7. “I got into wrestling after I was getting bullied in school,” said Williams. “It definitely helped me learn how to defend myself, and it made me bold enough to stand up for myself.” The circum ...

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Barons take series against Mississippi Braves

By Chris Megginson, assistant sports editor BIRMINGHAM — The Birmingham Barons won three of five games this week in its home stand against the Mississippi Braves at Regions Field, but it was not enough to climb out of the bottom of the Southern League North Division Standings. A pair of walk-off wins helped Birmingham (18-26) capture the series with Trey Michalczewski hitting a pinch-hit, three-run home run ...

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