Tracking The Huskies
Your Weekly Update on Hewitt-Trussville Athletics 11/3/2021
Football Opens Playoffs Friday Night
Hewitt-Trussville Football finished the 2021 regular season with a 8-2 overall record and finished 5-2 in Region play. The Huskies are the #3 seed from 7A Region 3 and will open the 7A Playoffs on Friday when they travel to Bob Jones. The Patriots finished the season 5-5 overall and 5-2 in 7A Region 4 play. They are the #2 seed from their Region.
Who: Hewitt-Trussville at Bob Jones
When: Friday November 5 7:00pm
Where: Madison City Schools Stadium (211 Celtic Drive Madison, AL 35758)
Weather: Partly Cloudy High 61 degrees (7% chance of rain)
Link to 7A Football playoff bracket below:
Friday's game will be the 7th game all-time between the Huskies and the Patriots. HT holds a 4-2 series lead. The teams last met in 2017 when the Huskies won 52-18.
Tickets for Friday's playoff game are $10 and can be purchased at the link below:
Parking is $5 at Madison City Schools Stadium.
Football Playoff Broadcast Information-Subscription Required
Husky Fast Network will again be allowed to broadcast Friday's playoff game live with video and audio. Per AHSAA postseason guidelines, the game WILL ONLY be shown through the NFHS Network.
A subscription to the NFHS Network WILL be required to view the game. A monthly pass can be purchased for $10.99. An annual pass can be purchased for $69.99.
Selecting the Husky Fast Network app Friday night will automatically direct you to the NFHS Network page. From there select the HT vs Bob Jones game then "subscribe to watch." If you already have an account, login in with your NFHS credentials in the top right corner.
From a desktop, fans can access the game by going to www.nfhsnetwork.com
Select the school (Hewitt-Trussville High School) then select "Subscribe" in the top right corner.
Cross Country Travels to State Championships
The Hewitt-Trussville Girls and Boys Cross Country teams both qualified for the 2021 State Championships after outstanding performances at the Sectional meet on Thursday. The HT Girls finished in 2nd place out of eight teams. The top four teams advanced to State. The Huskies had all five scorers place within the top 20 overall. Kylee Sisk finished 4th overall with a time of 20:48.16. Avery Cahoon finished 6th overall with a time of 20:55.52. Maci Mills was 11th overall with a time of 21:10.35. Sophia Knox was 13th overall with a time of 21:13.19. Natalie Wiram was 18th overall with a time of 21:41.08.
Team Standings (Girls)
3. Spain Park
5. Oak Mountain
7. Gadsden City
8. Tuscaloosa County
The HT Boys also finished 2nd as a team to qualify for State. The Huskies were led by Mitchell Phillips who placed 1st in the race. Phillips finished with a time of 16:43.65. Tristan Teer placed 3rd overall with a time of 16:50.55. Jack Pate was 16th overall with a time of 17:49.57. Rush Lachina was 23rd overall with a time of 18:05.42 and Thomas Himes was 24th overall with a time of 18:05.97.
Team Standings (Boys)
5. Spain Park
6. Oak Mountain
7. Gadsden City
8. Tuscaloosa County
The Huskies will now travel to the 2021 AHSAA State Championships that will be held in Moulton on Saturday. The Girls will race at 8:30am and the Boys will race at 9:30am.
AHSAA State Meet schedule:
Girls Flag Football Reaches State Semifinals
HT Girls Flag Football is now 9-0 overall on the season and has advanced to the state semifinals. Over the weekend, the Huskies defeated J.B. Pennington and Oxford on the way to the North Regional title.
On Monday, the Huskies defeated Tuscaloosa County 42-14 in the state quarterfinals. HT will now host Oxford in the semifinals. The winner of that game will advance to the championship game to be held at Protective Life Stadium in Birmingham on December 1.
The date and time for the semifinal game vs Oxford will be announced later this week.
Boys Basketball Opens Season Thursday
Hewitt-Trussville Boys Basketball will open the season on Thursday November when they host Albertville at 6pm.
Link to HT Varsity Boys Basketball schedule:
Link to HT Varsity Girls Basketball schedule:
Individual game tickets for HTHS Basketball can be purchased here:
HTHS Girls Basketball Season Passes grant access to all HTHS Girls Basketball home games. The pass can be purchased here:
HTHS Boys Basketball Season Passes grant access to all HTHS Boys Basketball home games. The pass can be purchased here:
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:
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:
HS Bowling Opens Season November 10
The 2021-2022 HTHS Bowling season will begin on November 10.
Link to HT Varsity Boys schedule:
Link to HT Varsity Girls schedule:
HS Wrestling Opens Season November 13
HTHS Varsity Wrestling will open the 2021-2022 season on November 13. Link below for the full schedule:
Tickets for individual dates can be purchased here:
The Wrestling Season Pass grants entry into all regular season home Wrestling events. The pass can be purchased here:
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.
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:
8th Grade Boys Basketball Wins Opener
The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team opened the 2021-2022 season with a 63-42 win over Oak Mountain Tuesday night. Colt Wells led the Huskies with 15 points. Aidan Julbert scored nine points, Parker Floyd had eight points, and Rashad Rolley added seven points.
The Huskies will travel to Liberty Park Thursday night.
Tickets for individual games can be purchased here:
The "Middle School Boys Basketball Season Pass" grants access to all HTMS Boys Basketball home games. The pass can be purchased below:
MS Bowling Competes in First-Ever Event
Hewitt-Trussville Middle School Bowling competed for the first time ever on Tuesday in a match against Berry. The HTMS Huskies will travel to SpareTime again on Thursday as they face Clay-Chalkville and Berry.
Don't Miss the Huskies
Select the link below for the master athletics schedule for the next seven days!