Tracking The Huskies

Your Weekly Update on Hewitt-Trussville Athletics 11/23/2021

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Girls Flag Football: Championship Game Information


Hewitt-Trussville Girls Flag Football will play in the inaugural championship game on December 1. See the title game information below:


Who: Girls Flag Football vs Smiths Station

What: AHSAA Girls Flag Football Championship Game

When: Wednesday December 1, 2021at 3pm

Where: Protective Stadium in downtown Birmingham (1020 24th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203)


Tickets:

All tickets to the championship game will be digital. Fans are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets via GoFan. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased from the link below:

https://gofan.co/app/events/465316?schoolId=AL1033


Tickets at Protective Stadium on December 1 will be $15 plus fees.


Blazer Walk:

All teams participating in the Super 7 event will take part in the "Blazer Walk" as they enter the stadium. The Huskies will walk at 2:05pm. All parents, students, band members, cheerleaders, etc. are encouraged to line up in front of the South Gate for Blazer Walk as the team enters the stadium. The Blazer Walk will begin in the Uptown District at the corner of 24th Street and Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd (Southeast Corner of Protective Stadium)


Home/Away:

Hewitt-Trussville will be the visiting team and Smiths Station will be the home team.


Fan Sections:

Hewitt-Trussville fans will sit on the East side of Protective Stadium.


HT Band:

The Hewitt-Trussville Band will be in section 128 for the game.

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David Dobbs to be Inducted into Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame


Retired Hewitt-Trussville Cross Country and Track & Field Coach David Dobbs is set to be inducted into the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will be held in Montgomery on March 22, 2022.


Select the link below for the full release from AHSAA:

https://ahsaa.com/Media/AHSAANOW/News-Articles/12-selected-to-be-inducted-into-alabama-high-school-sports-hall-of-fames-31st-class

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Boys Basketball Goes Overtime to Top Dothan


Fans were treated to free basketball and a Husky win inside Bryant Bank Arena Saturday night. The Hewitt-Trussville Boys Basketball team topped Dothan 70-66 in overtime.

Tyler Blake hit 6-8 shots from behind the arc to lead the Huskies with 18 points. Blake made three long balls in the 2nd quarter. Ray Rolley made seven foul shots in the 4th and overtime periods and ended the night with 16 points. Karnell Smith was also in double figures as he added 10 points.

Late in the overtime period, the Huskies led by three points, but Dothan had the ball. The Wolves attempted a three point shot, but it was off the mark. Ray Rolley sank a free throw to seal the win.

HT used a strong first period to jump out to a 20-13 lead. The Husky advantage was also seven points as the teams entered the locker rooms. Dothan quickly erased the HT lead and went ahead late in the 3rd quarter.

The Huskies (4-2 overall) will be in action again on November 30 when they travel to Oak Mountain.


Link to HT Boys Basketball schedule/results:

https://hthuskies.com/sports/mens-basketball/schedule


Photo Cred: Amy Blount

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Girls Basketball Wins Third in a Row


Hewitt-Trussville Girls Basketball improved to 5-2 overall on the season after three wins in the last week. On Thursday, the Huskies traveled to Mortimer Jordan and beat the Blue Devils 51-42. On Saturday, HT used a big second half to beat Dothan 61-27. D'yona Jones made eight baskets and finished with 17 points. Jordan Hunter had 14 points. Audre Benson had nine points and Abbie Kate Monski scored seven points.


On Monday, the Huskies defeated Wenonah 62-34. Audre Benson scored 15 points and Jordan Hunter and D'yona Jones had 14 points each.


Link to HT Girls Basketball Schedule/Results:

https://hthuskies.com/sports/womens-basketball/schedule


Photo Cred: Amy Blount

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Swimming: Sectional Recap


Hewitt-Trussville Swimming competed in the AHSAA Central Sectional Championship last weekend.


Joshua Starkey finished the 200 Yard Free in 1:50.63 to finish 3rd in the event and qualify for state. Starkey also qualified for State in the 100 Yard Back. He completed the race in 58.99 and finished 5th in the section.

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Wrestling Places 4th in Mobile


Hewitt-Trussville Wrestling placed 4th out of 31 teams over the weekend at the Gulf Coast Clash in Mobile. The Huskies had nine athletes place in the event.


Select the link below for a full recap from Mobile:

https://www.trackwrestling.com/predefinedtournaments/MainFrame.jsp?newSession=false&TIM=1637680585815&pageName=TournamentHub.jsp%3FTIM%3D1637680586379%26twSessionId%3Dxohoycsxby&twSessionId=xohoycsxby


The Huskies will host the Patrick Aaron Memorial Thanksgiving Duals on Wednesday November 24. The event will start at 9:30am inside Bryant Bank Arena.


Photo Cred: Ashton Gay

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Bowling: Weekly Recap


The HT Boys Bowling team improved to 3-0 overall on the season and 2-0 in Region play after a pair of wins last week. The Huskies swept Gardendale 4-0 on Tuesday. Coach Tommy Abney's team had a Baker average of 170.3 for the match. Hunter Kyle led the team with a 87.5% closed frame percentage.


On Thursday, the Huskies beat Southside-Gadsden 4-0.


The HT Girls split a pair of contests last week. on Tuesday, the Huskies beat Gardendale 4-0. HT had a Baker average of 125.5 for the game. Jia Jones led the team with a 75% closed frame percentage.


On Thursday, the Huskies fell 4-3 to Southside-Gadsden.


Link to HT Varsity Boys schedule:

https://hthuskies.com/sports/mens-bowling/schedule


Link to HT Varsity Girls schedule:

https://hthuskies.com/sports/womens-bowling/schedule

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HT Sideline Store Now Available!


Hewitt-Trussville Athletics has launched its online Sideline Store! This online store is your place to purchase HT shirts, hats, jackets, wall graphics, and more! The online store has items for men, women, and kids.


A portion of all sales benefits Hewitt-Trussville Athletics.


Select the link below to access the HT Sideline Store:

https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/alabama/trussville/hewitt-trussville-high-school

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HT Amazon Store Now Open!


Hewitt-Trussville Athletics has launched its new online Amazon store! Fans can purchase HT items such as backpacks, blankets, pillows, baby items, and much more!


A portion of all sales benefits Hewitt-Trussville Athletics. Select the link below to access the HT Amazon store:

http://amzn.to/36kquoV

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2021-2022 Student Athletic Passes Still Available


In an effort to increase our fan base and make game attendance more affordable, Student Athletic Passes will be available for the fourth consecutive year. With this pass, students will be able to enter ALL HTMS and HTHS home regular season sporting events. The pass is $25 and will be digital for the 2021-2022 school year. Passes can be purchased via the link at the bottom of the Q&A.


FAQ:


Q. What is the purpose of the Student Athletic Pass?

A. The Student Athletic Pass will be available to ALL students in the district (K-12). Our goal is to make it easier and more affordable for students to attend Hewitt-Trussville sporting events.


Q. What can I attend with this pass?

A. Students that have their pass can enter ALL HTMS and HTHS home regular season sporting events. Every sport! For the entire 2021-2022 school year!


Q. How much does this pass cost?

A. The Student Athletic Pass is $25


Q. How do I purchase a Student Athletic Pass?

A. Passes are digital and can be purchased through the schools' GoFan page. A link is provided at the bottom of this Q&A.


When purchasing your Student Athletic Pass, it is recommended that you use the “Students personal email” when setting up the account during the purchase process. To access the mobile pass for entry into events, you will need to go to gofan.co on your mobile device or download the GoFan app, and login with the email and password that you used during time of purchase. The pass will be in the “Tickets” section. The pass will be validated just like a mobile ticket is done on GoFan. If you have multiple students purchasing passes, we recommend that you purchase them one at a time, and create an account for each student so that they can access their pass with their own email and password (pass transfer functionality will be available closer to the season).


If you are a parent purchasing a pass for a student that does not have a mobile device, you can do so using your personal email address to setup the account and you may present your child’s pass on your own device for entry into events.


Q. Do students with a Student Athletic Pass still need to buy a ticket?

A. No. The Student Athletic Pass is good for admission to ALL HTMS and HTHS regular season home games. Tickets will need to be purchased for playoff games only.


Q, Are there any other perks to purchasing the Student Athletic Pass?

A. Yes! Our card sponsor Tula J Boutique offers 15% off regularly priced items. This is a great bonus to purchasing the card!


Link below to purchase a Student Athletic Pass:

https://gofan.co/app/events/327604?schoolId=AL1033

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8th Grade Boys Basketball Gets Road Win


The HT Boys Basketball team beat Homewood 59-56 last week. Dylan Cope led the team with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Caden Ali scored seven points and added four assists, three steals, and three blocks. Logan Green added seven points.

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Don't Miss the Huskies


Select the link below for the master athletics schedule for the next seven days!


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TzjfhggMf7oL_WHMJiAyK0Oz-V-j3rqKyr6aftvUmv0/edit?usp=sharing

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