Tracking The Huskies
Your Weekly Update on Hewitt-Trussville Athletics 7/13/2021
Varsity Football Schedule Update
Hewitt-Trussville Football's August 27 game vs Saraland will be played at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium. The 2020 game between the two teams was not played. This change means the Huskies will open the 2021 season with four consecutive home games. Select the link below for the updated 2021 Varsity Football schedule:
Varsity Football Tickets Now Available
General admission home game tickets for Hewitt-Trussville Varsity Football are now available. The Huskies will play six games at home this season. Fans that plan to attend many games this fall are encouraged to purchase the "Varsity Football General Admission Season Tickets." This gives the fan one ticket to each game. General parking is included in the ticket cost. Link below to purchase "Varsity Football General Admission Season Tickets."
Fans wishing to purchase tickets for individual games can do so at the link below. All ticket prices include general parking.
Student Athletic Passes Are Back!
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:
Save the Date! Husky Night is August 13!
Hewitt-Trussville will hold its annual "Husky Night" on August 13 at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium. Detailed information will be announced in the following weeks!
Huskies Well Represented in AHSAA All-Star Games
The Alabama High School Athletic Association will hold its annual summer conference July 19-23. There will be a total of 12 all-star games during the week that feature rising Seniors. The Huskies will be represented in seven of those contests.
Baseball: Riley Quick
Girls Golf: Gracie Davidson
Boys Tennis: Josh Blake
Softball: Riley Tyree
Girls Soccer: Lauren Wooten (Coach): Hannah O'Kelley
Girls Cross Country: Maci Mills
Boys Cross Country: Mitchell Phillips
Select the link below for All-Star sites, game times, and roster information:
Huskies at Media Day
Head Coach Josh Floyd and HT student-athletes Connor Thomas, Cade Carruth, and Bam White represented Hewitt-Trussville High School at Media Day on Tuesday. The event was held at Thompson High School.
HS Volleyball Schedule/Ticket Information
Hewitt-Trussville Varsity Volleyball will open the season on August 19 when they travel to Helena. Select the link below for the HTHS Varsity Volleyball schedule:
Tickets are now available for HTHS Volleyball. The "High School Volleyball Season Pass" grants entry into all High School (Varsity, JV, 9th) home games. The pass can be purchased here:
Fans wishing to purchase tickets for particular HTHS Volleyball games can do so at the link below:
Sign up NOW for the HT Varsity Swim Team!
Looking for a Fall sport? Join the HTHS Swimming team! This AHSAA sanctioned sport will compete this Fall and will be led by Coach Carlie Ragusa.
If interested, fill out the google form below!
HTHS Cross Country Opens Season August 28
Hewitt-Trussville Varsity Cross Country will open the season August 28 when they travel to the Black and Gold Classic in Scottsboro. The Huskies will compete in six meets prior to the AHSAA Sectional event. HT will host the Husky Challenge on October 16.
Link to HT Varsity Girls Cross Country schedule:
Link to HT Varsity Boys Cross Country schedule:
AHSAA Amateur Rule
TO: Principals, Athletic Directors, and Head Coaches
FROM: Alvin Briggs, Executive Director
DATE: July 7, 2021
REF: URGENT! Please read. AHSAA Amateur Rule
Because of Alabama’s NIL Legislation Act that went into effect July 1st and the NCAA’s recent changes that now allow college athletes to monetize their success and profit from their own Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL), we felt the need to remind you of the AHSAA Amateur Rule (Rule I. Eligibility. Section 8) and encourage you to share this information with your student-athletes.
It should be understood that the Alabama Act or the NCAA’s change does NOT apply to current high school student-athletes. Current high school student-athletes CANNOT earn money as a result of their connection to their high school team.
It is the school’s responsibility to communicate and educate students and parents on the AHSAA Amateur Rule and the penalties if a student violates the rule. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact this office.
SECTION 8. AMATEUR RULE.
Only amateurs are eligible. An amateur is one who does not use his/her knowledge of athletics or athletic skill for gain. Amateur standing shall be further determined by the following standards:
(a) A student is ineligible if he/she has received money as a prize, or has sold a prize received in a contest, or has bet on a contest in which he/she is a participant.
(b) Professionalism is defined as accepting remuneration, directly or indirectly, for playing on athletic teams and in sports activities or for playing under an assumed name.
(c) A student who accepts material or financial inducement from any source is ineligible.
(d) No student shall receive more than actual expenses involved in travel to and from a contest or camp and necessary meals and lodging in the meantime. A student shall not at any time receive any portion of a livelihood for participation in athletics, other than actual expenses for any specific game or camp.
1. A student cannot accept payment for loss of time or wages while participating in athletics as part of expenses.
2. Reasonable meals, lodging and transportation may be accepted if such are accepted in service rather than money or some material form.
3. Students playing on a non-home team which requires boarding away from home by the week, etc., will be looked upon as violating the professional rule if board is not paid by his family.
4. A team which plans to divide among its members any surplus either during or at close of season shall be considered a professional team.
(e) No award of any kind having a monetary value of more than 250 dollars—other than medals, trophies, plaques or AHSAA championship rings—shall be made to students. Violation of this rule on the part of school officials shall subject the school to suspension for one year. Acceptance of awards exceeding these limitations shall disqualify a student. Cash
awards or gift cards for athletic performances or participation may not be given or received.(f) A student who has lost his/her amateur standing may be reinstated after the lapse of one high school season, or until reinstated by the Central Board of Control, for the sport in which he/she has become professional provided he/she has not persisted in breaking the amateur rule.
Hewitt-Trussville High School Named AHSAA Sportsmanship School
The Alabama High School Athletic Association recenently named Hewitt-Trussville High School as a sportsmanship school for the 2020-2021 school year. Schools that did not have an ejection or a fine during the school year were recognized as a sportsmanship school. HTHS was one of six 7A schools on the list, and the only school from metro Birmingham. The recipient schools will be recognized at the 2021 AHSAA Sportsmanship Luncheon on July 23 at the Renaissance Hotel and Montgomery Convention Center.
Link below for more information from the Trussville Tribune:
2021-2022 Student Athletic Paperwork Still Available
The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) requires all student-athletes to complete eligibility paperwork each year. For the fourth consecutive year, this process will be done online rather than in paper copy. Any student, wishing to participate in athletics, that will be in grades 7-12 for the 2021-2022 school year will be required to complete this process. Please follow the instructions below to complete these forms for the 2021-2022 school year. Students' forms must be 100% complete in order to participate in athletics this summer or during the 2021-2022 school year. This is for AHSAA sanctioned sports only.
*AHSAA recently announced that they will accept current physicals through August 1, 2021. Mass physicals will not be held this year.
*If you already set up a Dragonfly account, please DO NOT create another account. If you forgot your password, visit www.dragonflymax.com and select "Login/Sign-Up"
Then select "Forgot Password"
If you have never created a dragonfly account, please follow the steps below.
1. Visit the following site to get started: www.dragonflymax.com (Dragnonflymax will only work with modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox or Safari)
2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select "Do My Forms"
3. Read the instructions then select "Create Your Account & Complete Forms"
4. Click "Sign up for Free"
5. Create a PARENT account and complete forms
**You will be asked for a school code. They are GBVYT7 for Hewitt Trussville High School and VUNAZY for Hewitt-Trussville Middle School
Sign up Now for 2021-2022 HTHS Track and Field
Anyone interested in doing track and field for the 2021-22 school year at HTHS should sign up at the following link:https://sites.google.com/trussvillecityschools.org/huskytrack/tf-info-sign-up
The indoor season starts in November, and the outdoor season starts in February. There will be summer and fall opportunities for training, and we make it a priority to work with other sports. Email Coach Esslinger at email@example.com with questions. It was the most successful year in program history with two state championships, and there is something for everyone (sprinting, distance running, jumping, throwing).
Girls Flag Football
The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) announced that Girls Flag Football will be a sanctioned sport in the Fall of 2021. Hewitt-Trussville High School plans to field a Varsity Girls Flag Football team if enough students are interested.
If you are a female student in grades 7-12 and plan to tryout for the Varsity Girls Flag Football team, please complete the google form below. More information will be shared when available.
HTMS Football Schedule/Ticket Information
2021 HTMS Football Schedule (7th Grade Plays at 5pm, 8th Grade Plays at 6:45pm)
August 19 vs Simmons (Jamboree)
August 26 vs Thompson
September 2 @ Liberty Park
September 9 vs Clay-Chalkville
September 16 @ Bragg
September 23 vs Homewood
September 30 vs Pizitz
October 7 @ Mountain Brook
October 13 7th Grade Postseason Game
October 14 8th Grade Postseason Game
Tickets are now available for HTMS Football home games. Fans planning to attend many games are encouraged to purchase the "Middle School Football Season Pass." This pass grants access to all home games and includes general parking. The "Middle School Football Season Pass" can be purchased here:
Fans wishing to purchase tickets for individual games can do so at the link below. All game tickets include general parking.
HTMS Volleyball Ticket Information
HTMS Volleyball will open the 2021 season on August 21. Tickets for the season are now available. Fans planning to attend many games are encouraged to purchase the "Middle School Volleyball Season Pass." This pass grants access to all home games. The "Middle School Volleyball Season Pass" can be purchased here:
Fans wishing to purchase tickets for individual games can do so at the link below.
Sign Up Now for HTMS Cross Country
Rising 7th and 8th graders interested in Cross Country can sign up NOW! Please see the information below:
HTMS Cross Country Sign Up
Any rising 7th-8th graders interested in running cross country should sign up using the google form below.
Evaluations for MS runners will be May 24 from 3:30pm-5pm at the track. This will be an opportunity for new runners to learn about the sport prior to summer workouts.
All information about the season can be found here: