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Pats beat Huffman, lose to Cullman

At Homewood, the Patriots (11-4) beat Huffman 10-0 and lost to Cullman 10-2.  In game one against Huffman, junior Graham Harrison picked up the win on the mound in 4 innings of one hit ball with 5 ks.  Clayton Hassett threw a clean inning in the 5th.  Offensively, John Hale, Crawford Doyle, and Alex Ray

Pats shut out Rockets 1-0

At Gardendale, the Patriots (10-3) shut out the Rockets 1-0 behind a 2 hit shutout by senior Justin Perreault.  Perreault ups his record to 4-0 on the year as he punched out 11 Gardendale hitters.  Perreault worked out of trouble in the second after walking 2 with 2 out and having a batter reach on

JV Girls Soccer Knocks Out Six Wins in Six Days!

JV Girls Soccer had a huge week posting six wins in six days! On Monday, the Patriots hosted Briarwood. Homewood recorded a 6-0 shut out. Eleanor Kyle scored two goals. Emma Blackmon, Sarah Parker Lowery, Juliet Mayhall, and Mary Ellen Petrella also each placed one in the back of the net. The Lady Patriots then

All Teams Schedule: Week of Mar 18 – Mar 24

Mar 18 Boys Varsity Golf at Bradley Johnson Invitational TBA | Greystone Country Club Mar 18 Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Pell City High School Pell City High School 3:00 pm | West Homewood Park Mar 18 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Pell City High School Pell City High School 3:00 pm | West Homewood Park Mar

Girls and Boys Sweep at the Homewood Invitational

The Homewood Invitational was a huge success with Homewood winning both the girls’ and boys’ divisions against an impressive field.   The girls won the meet with 118 points with Thompson (83), Hoover (59), Pelham (57), and Hewitt-Trussville (51) rounding out the top five.  The boys won with 92.5 points and were followed by Northridge (75),

Pats sweep Ramsay at Rickwood

At historic Rickwood Field, the Patriots (9-3) swept Ramsay 21-1 and 10-4 in a doubleheader. In game one, Charlie Goode got the win on the hill in 3 innings of work.  Goode allowed 2 hits and struck out 4.  James Reeves and Ky Burdeshaw worked an inning a piece.  Offensively, the Patriots were led at

Jags beat Pats 6-2

At Homewood, Spain Park beat the Patriots 6-2 to drop Homewood’s record to 7-3.  Sloan Squires (3-1) took the loss on the mound, throwing 6 very effective innings.  Squires walked none, gave up 7 hits and struck out 3 in 6 innings of work.  Daniel Patton was 2-3 with 2 rbis and 2 steals and