Tracking The Huskies
Your Weekly Update on Hewitt-Trussville Athletics 2/15/2022
Girls Basketball to Play in Regional Semifinals Wednesday
Hewitt-Trussville will face Sparkman in the AHSAA Northeast Semifinals on Wednesday February 16. The game will begin at noon and will be held at Jacksonville State University. The winner of Wednesday's game will advance to the Regional Final to be held on Monday February 21.
The Huskies and Senators met earlier this season on December 29. Coach Tonya Hunter's team came away with a 45-43 win.
Game tickets and parking tickets are now available for Wednesday's game. Please select the link below:
Jacksonville State University has a clear bag policy. Please see the link below for more information:
Pete Mathews Coliseum Address:
775 Park Ave NW #735, Jacksonville, AL 36265
7A Girls State Tournament Bracket:
HT Girls Basketball Schedule/Results:
Wrestling Travels to State Tournament
Hewitt-Trussville Wrestling will have 10 athletes compete at the AHSAA State Championship this weekend. The Huskies finished competition at the North Super Section event on Saturday. Coach Chris Pike's team placed 2nd as a team in the regional event. The state tournament will be held at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville Friday and Saturday.
AHSAA Wrestling State Championship Friday Ticket Link:
AHSAA Wrestling State Championship Saturday Ticket Link:
North Super Section full results:
HT State Qualifiers:
*Clark Box placed 3rd in his weight class and scored 17 team points
*Bradley Hastings placed 4th in his weight class and scored 11 team points
*Dalton Zimmerman placed 3rd in his weight class and scored 15 team points
*Deuce Alston placed 3rd in his weight class and scored 20 team points
*Logan Reaves placed 1st in his weight class and scored 25 team points
*Lucas Reaves placed 1st in his weight class and scored 26.5 team points
*Andrew Shelton placed 3rd in his weight class and scored 15 team points
*Cameron Cantwell placed 4th in his weight class and scored 14 team points
*Hunter Jones placed 1st in his weight class and scored 23 team points
*Chris Hawkins placed 2nd in his weight class and scored 18 team points
HT Wrestling Schedule/Results:
HTHS Cheer Recap from Orlando
Our Hewitt-Trussville High School Competition Cheerleaders traveled to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at The Walt Disney World to compete at the 2022 National High School Cheerleading Championship which took place February 11-13. The NHSCC is produced by Universal Cheerleaders Association, and is the "pinnacle of cheerleading competitions for high school cheerleaders across the country". All teams invited to attend the NHSCC must qualify at a regional competition in the fall of 2021.
Over the course of three days, HTHS Competition Cheerleaders competed four times. Their last performance was Sunday, Feb 13th at finals. They performed a flawless routine and landed 5th in the nation! There was a 0.6 difference between the first and the fifth placed teams.
Head Coach Amy Gay said, "I am so proud of our HTHS Competition Cheer Team. They had solid performances throughout the three days of competition. They represented our school and community very well."
"These female athletes work extremely hard to prepare for this competition. They have been practicing four to five days together since this summer, and most of the girls continue to work strength and skills outside of their regularly scheduled team practices. This past weekend they showed an enormous amount of mental and physical strength. Teams must score in the top half of each round to advance to the next round of competition. They perform the routine one time each round. So, there is a tremendous amount of pressure on the girls to stay focused and hit a solid routine. We prepare for months not just physically, but also mentally by teaching the girls to "tune out" everything around them, to have "mat talk" where they are constantly encouraging each other on the floor, and to take the routine step by step and recover if anything goes wrong. I believe these are lessons that they will continue to use for the rest of their lives."
"I have been coaching high school cheerleaders for sixteen years, and this is one of the most solid teams that I have ever coached. Yes, they have strong skills, but most importantly they know how to work hard together. It doesn't take being around them for very long to realize they are leaders and encouragers. They are perfectly balanced. They know how to be serious and focused at practice, and they know how to laugh and have a good time. I am so proud of this team. And although I am not ready for this season to end, I cannot think of a better way to end it than to hit a solid routine at finals and be top five in the nation!"
Girls Soccer Goes 2-1 in Foley
*Photo Cred: Shawn Bowles
Hewitt-Trussville Girls Soccer went 2-1 over the weekend in Foley at the Southern Shootout. The Huskies started the event with a 4-0 win over Cullman. Julia Farris opened the scoring off an assist from Katie Harbin. Libby Armstrong added a goal to put the Huskies up 2-0. Armstrong also scored the third goal of the game off an assist from Avery Huffstutler. Ella Allen scored the final goal for HT.
The Huskies dropped the second game of the event to Fairhope by the score of 1-0.
Coach Lauren Wooten's team finished the event with a 5-1 win over St. Paul's. Jocelyn Davis scored the first goal of the game. Libby Armstrong scored the next goal off an assist by Kate Willoughby. After Fairhope scored, Taylor Doss added a goal off an assist from Jocelyn Davis. Avery Huffstutler and Ella Allen scored the final two goals of the game.
The Girls JV team also had a fine showing going 2-0-1 on the weekend to capture the JV championship.
Season passes for Girls Soccer are now available. These passes grant access to all regular season home games. The link to the pass is below.
HT Girls Soccer schedule/results:
Boys Soccer Set for First Home Game
HT Boys Soccer will play at home on Tuesday for the first time this season. The Huskies will host Homewood in a 5pm contest.
The Huskies played two 7A teams to a draw last week. On Tuesday, HT tied Sparkman 2-2. Coach Daniel Decker's squad then played Hoover to a 1-1 draw on Friday.
Ticket link for Tuesday:
Season passes for Boys Soccer are available now. This pass grants entry into all regular season home games. The link to the pass is below:
HT Boys Soccer schedule/results:
Tennis Has Undefeated Week
HTHS Tennis traveled to Springville on Wednesday and the HT Boys and HT Girls came away with 9-0 wins. The Huskies played host to Shades Valley on Thursday and again the HT Boys and HT Girls won 9-0.
This week, the Huskies will host Homewood on Tuesday. The HT Girls are now 3-0 overall on the season and the HT Boys are now 3-1 overall on the season.
Boys Tennis Schedule/Results:
Girls Tennis Schedule/Results:
Softball Opens Season Thursday
The two-time defending 7A Softball champions will open the 2022 season on Thursday. The Huskies will travel to Wetumpka for a 6pm contest. This weekend, Coach Taylor Burt's team will compete in the Sidney Cooper Invitational.
Season passes are now available and grant access to all Varsity, JV, and Middle School home games. Season passes can be purchased below:
HT Softball Schedule/Results:
Girls Golf Set to Open Season Thursday
HTHS Girls Golf will travel to the Auburn Invite at Saugahatchee Golf Club on Thursday to open the 2022 season. The Huskies will compete in seven events prior to sectional and state competition.
HT Girls Golf Schedule/Results:
Baseball Set to Open Season on Saturday
Hewitt-Trussville Baseball will begin the 2022 season on Saturday as they travel to Gadsden for games with Sardis and Southside-Gadsden. The Huskies will play at home for the first time on February 23.
Season passes are now available and grant access to all home regular season games for Varsity, JV, 9th, and Middle School. Passes can be purchased below:
HT Baseball Schedule/Results:
HTHS Cheer Tryout Information
Tryouts are upcoming for the 2022-2023 HTHS Cheer squad. Please see the information below.
Buy Your HT Gear Here!
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:
HTMS Tennis Beats Bragg
HTMS Tennis had a pair of wins over Bragg Monday. The HT Boys won 8-1 and the HT Girls won 6-3. Carter Jordan, Parker Lybrand, Kyle Jones, Levi Buckner, Paul Bethune, and Luke Stutsman competed in the Boys' singles matches.
Kate Armstrong, Ivy Tidwell, Riley Austin, Eden Christian, Lyla Hatley, and Bailey Moates competed in the Girls' singles matches.
Sign up Now for 2022 Middle School Football
The signup period has begun for 2022 Hewitt-Trussville Middle School Football. Select the link below to sign up and see all the HTMS Football information.
Youth Track & Field Opportunity
Rec Runners – register now thru February 20th.
The Rec Runner program introduces track and field to runners at an early age. Runners will have the opportunity to learn several events and participate in track meets throughout the season. Meets will be held on Saturdays. Meets are as follows:
March 26th/April 2nd/May 14th/May 21st
If you have any questions, please reach out to:
Don't Miss the Huskies
Select the link below for the master athletics schedule for the next seven days!