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Your Weekly Update on Hewitt-Trussville Athletics 10/31/2017

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Football to Host Florence on Senior Night

Hewitt-Trussville (9-0 Overall; 7-0 7A Region 4) will host Florence Friday night as 21 members of the Senior class are honored. The Falcons (4-5 Overall; 4-3 6A Region 8) come to Trussville on a three game winning streak. Both teams will start the playoffs on November 10.

Before the game, the Huskies will recognize the Senior football players, cheerleaders, and band members. With a win Friday night, the Seniors would secure back-to-back perfect regular seasons. The Huskies went a perfect 14-0 in 7A Region 4 over the past two seasons.

Florence has defeated Decatur, Columbia, and Hazel Green over the past three weeks. They earned the #3 seed in the playoffs for their Region.

2017 Senior Night Notes:

5:15 pm: Husky Walk (Field house to Stadium)

6:15pm: Football, Cheer, and Band Line up for recognition

6:25pm: Introductions of Seniors begin

Huskies Defeat James Clemens to Finish Perfect in Region Play

The Hewitt-Trussville Football team defeated James Clemens 44-13 Friday night in Madison. With the win the Huskies improved to 9-0 on the year and finished 7-0 in 7A Region 4. Coach Josh Floyd’s team has gone 14-0 in the Region over the past two seasons. “It’s a tough thing to do, obviously, no matter what level you’re at, so to be able to do that two years in a row makes me super proud of my team,” Floyd said. “They’ve worked extremely hard for this.”

The Huskies once again got off to a fast start. On the first offensive possession, Quarterback Paul Tyson hit Logan Pitts across the middle of the field. Pitts stiff-armed defenders and weaved his way for a 78-yard touchdown. On the ensuing kickoff, James Clemens mishandled the kick and Trevor Sisk recovered the fumble for the Huskies. Tyson this time ran it in from eight yards out and the Huskies took an early 14-0 lead.

Later in the first half, Senior Elliot McElwain got in on the scoring. He caught a screen pass from Tyson and ran in the end zone from 12 yards out. On the next drive, Myles Mason crashed in from two yards out for another score. That put the Huskies ahead 28-0.

Tyson threw another touchdown pass in the second half as he connected with Dazalin Worsham for a 40-yard score. Kicker Parker Colburn also had a great night. He connected on three field goals. His last was good from 49 yards out.

For the game Tyson threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns. The Huskies also ran for 239 yards and two scores.

Next week the Huskies will play their final home game of the 2017 season. Florence will visit as Hewitt-Trussville will celebrate senior night. 21 seniors will play their final regular season home game at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium.

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Hewitt-Trussville vs Florence Game Notes

Who: Florence at Hewitt-Trussville

When: 7pm November 3

Where: Hewitt-Trussville Stadium

Weather: Cloudy High 74 (60 Percent Chance of Rain)

Tickets: $7 Each (Kids 5 and Under are Free)

Where to get tickets:

*Pick up in person at Bryant Bank, Carroll Pharmacy, and Nelms Pharmacy

*Purchase in advance online at

*Available on Friday night at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium

Broadcast Information:

*Game will be live via the Husky Fast Network

From the App Store download the app "Husky Fast Network"

Select "Watch HFN Live"

*Follow the action via our new "Scorebird" app

From the app store download the app "Scorebird"

On the menu at the bottom select "Scores" then select "Florence at Hewitt-Trussville"

Once the game begins fans will be able to follow the action in real time

*Follow game updates via twitter by following the Huskies official twitter page @HewittAthletics

*Florence radio broadcast can be heard in North Alabama on 93.9 The Score

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Cross Country: Scottsboro Race Recap

Boys Tune up for Sectionals with 4th Place Finish
The Boys Cross Country team competed in their last race before AHSAA Sectionals on Thursday. The team ran in Scottsboro at the Last Chance Invitational. The Boys team finished in 4th place out of the 16 teams that competed. Scottsboro won the event.

The Boys were led by four athletes that placed in the top 14 individually. Thomas Wolfe finished 7th, Aaron Himes finished 9th, Josh Jenkins finished 11th, and Aaron Dykes finished 14th. The team will return to action on November 2 as they travel to Huntsville to compete in the AHSAA Sectionals. Eight teams will compete and the top three will advance to the State meet.

Girls Earn Top 5 Finish
The Girls Cross Country team traveled to Scottsboro on Thursday to compete in the Last Chance Invitational. The Girls team placed 5th out of the 11 teams that competed.

The team was led by three athletes who placed in the top 21 individually. Sydney Hall finished 4th, Amelia Brady finished 9th, and Helena Steen finished 21st. The team will travel to Huntsville on November 2 for AHSAA Sectionals. Fans can access for a full report.

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Cross Country Prepares for AHSAA Sectionals

On Thursday November 2 the Hewitt-Trussville Boys and Girls Cross Country teams will travel to Huntsville to compete in the 2017 AHSAA Sectional Meet. The event will take place at Joe Davis Stadium.

The Girls race will begin at 9:00am and the Boys race will begin at 9:40am. Eight teams will compete in the event (Bob Jones, Buckhorn, Gadsden City, Grissom, Hewitt-Trussville, Huntsville, James Clemens, Sparkman)

Each team will have 10 runners in the race. The top five from each team will be scored. The top three teams will then advance to the AHSAA State Championship on November 11. Coach David Dobbs is ready for the challenge. "We are excited about going up on Thursday. The Boys are excited about going up and competing against Huntsville High. The Girls have improved and their ranking has gone up. They are ready to take a shot at qualifying. This is the next step toward going to state so we are looking forward to it."

Ready for Basketball Season? Get Your Season Passes and Support the Huskies!

Hewitt-Trussville Basketball is just around the corner! It will be an exciting year of Husky hoops! Get your season passes now! For just $35 you will receive a season pass good for any HTHS Girls or Boys basketball game. Student passes are just $25!

Basketball season passes for students are on sale Monday October 30-Friday November 10 during Husky Hour in front of the cafeteria.

Basketball season passes for adults can be purchased at the first home game on November 16. Be there for all the action!

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The Huskies have a new online home! Everyone can now access for all your athletics news. The new site features rosters, schedules, bio's, and much more. Follow the Huskies all season!
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Boys Bowling Improves to 2-0

The Boys Bowling team defeated Southside-Gadsden on Monday to improve to 2-0 on the season. The Huskies were led by Jordan Faggard who scored a game high 238. Billy Brodie also performed well for the team as he bowled a 204. Overall, the Huskies defeated Southside-Gadsden 1433-1330.

The Girls Bowling team fell to defending state champion Southside-Gadsden by the score of 1115-895. The Huskies were led by Payton Berry who had a team high score of 135.

The teams are back in action on Wednesday as they host Gardendale. The matches will begin at 4pm at Sparetime in Trussville.

Be sure to follow all HT Bowing news and results on

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8th Grade Basketball Hosting Season Opening Tournament

The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team, coached by Shane Clay, is currently hosting the Trussville Tip-Off Tournament. The event started on October 30 and will continue through November 1.

On Monday, the Huskies dropped their season opener to Eastwood 42-35. The Huskies staged a come back in the second half before falling by seven points.

Matt Miller and Omari Kelly led the team as they scored nine points each. Wiley Fields also added six points for the Huskies.

On October 31, the team will face Rudd at 5:15pm.

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7th Grade Boys Basketball to Open Season Thursday

The Hewitt-Trussville 7th Grade Boys Basketball team, coached by Doug Benton, will open the 2017-2018 season on Thursday as they play in the opening round of the Trussville Tip-Off Tournament. The Huskies will face Rudd Thursday night at 7:45pm in the final first round game.

The tournament will be played at Hewitt-Trussville Middle School. There are four first round games on Thursday. The tournament will continue Saturday starting at 9:30am. The championship game is scheduled for Saturday at 2:30pm.

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Don't Miss The Huskies!

HT Athletics Master Schedule for the Next Seven Days:

Oct. 31 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament vs Rudd Home 5:15pm

Nov. 1 Varsity Boys Bowling vs Gardendale Home 4:00pm

Nov. 1 Varsity Girls Bowling vs Gardendale Home 4:00pm

Nov. 1 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament vs TBA Home TBA

Nov. 2 Varsity Girls Cross Country AHSAA Sectional in Huntsville 9:00am

Nov. 2 Varsity Boys Cross Country AHSAA Sectional in Huntsville 9:40am

Nov. 2 Varsity Boys Bowling at Vestavia Away 3:30pm

Nov. 2 Varsity Boys Bowling at Vestavia Away 3:30pm

Nov. 2 7th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament vs Rudd Home 7:45pm

Nov. 3 Varsity Football vs Florence Home 7:00pm

Nov. 4 7th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament vs TBA Home TBA

Nov. 6 Varsity Boys Bowling vs Center Point Home 4:00pm

Nov. 6 Varsity Girls Bowling vs Center Point Home 4:00pm

Nov. 6 JV Boys Basketball Huffman Tournament vs TBA Away TBA