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Pats lose to Helena 2-1

At Homewood, the Pats dropped to 17-3 in a 2-1 loss to Helena.  Alex Hammond took the loss on the mound going the distance with 8 ks.  The Pats played great defensively, but couldn’t get the big hit with men in scoring position in both the 6th and 7th innings.  Brent Moore led Homewood with

Lady Patriots Recognized by AL.com

AL.com has selected Hannah Barber and Ajah Wayne to the Birmingham Sweet 16 All-Region Girls Basketball First Team and Tori Webb as Honorable Mention.  Congratulations ladies on a job well done!  Please click the link to see full list of players chosen.  

Homewood Ties #1 Fort Payne

The Homewood boys varsity soccer team traveled to Ft Payne for a rematch of last season’s state championship game.  The #1 ranked Wildcats (6A) took an early lead after putting back in a rebound from a corner kick.  Laughlin Ashe evened the score as he finished a cross from Jackson Lynn. This combo worked again

STAR TUTORING INFO MEETING*

Parent Registration Meeting Monday, March 23rd @ 5:00 pm Room 130 For Further Information contact: cchesnutt@homewood.k12.al.us or call: 205-871-9663, ext. 1536 *for HHS Student-Athletes

JV Girls Prove Equal to Top-Ranked Opponent

The Homewood girls JV soccer team took to the field Thursday afternoon, hosting the top-ranked (7A) Oak Mountain Eagles. The lady Patriots proved equal in every manner, engaging in a hard-fought battle from the very first whistle. Oak Mountain drew first blood seventeen minutes into the first half as a deflected near-post shot rolled into

Girls Varsity Soccer Wins Big

The Homewood girls varsity soccer team beat Calera Wednesday night by a score of 4-0. After a scoreless first half, the lady Patriots came out rolling and never looked back. Senior striker Ellie Wood score all four goals in the first twelve minutes, assisted by Junior Anna Frierson on three of the shots in a

Vestavia tops Homewood

Homewood’s varsity boys soccer team lost 2-0 in a hotly contested game at Vestavia.  The Patriots, led by goalkeeper Morgan Abney and defenders Roger Castro, Ryder Andrews, and Tommy Zadick, held the #1 ranked Rebels (7A) scoreless until 10 minutes to go in the game.  The Homewood defense finally broke on a long throw in

Homewood wins 5-4

Homewood works through Shades Valley rally, to win 5-4. Shades Valley was unable to fight back from the big hole it dug itself into against Homewood Patriot Varsity, and Shades Valley lost 5-4 to Homewood Patriot Varsity after falling behind by five runs in the fifth inning. Shades Valley scored on a walk by Alexis Cargile in

Pats win 13-5

At Homewood, the Patriots (15-2) defeated McAdory 13-5.  The Patriot offense knocked around Yellow Jacket pitching to the tune of 16 hits on the day.  John Marc Mullins, Will Hunt, Adam Stewart, Griffin Rivers, William Gibbons, and Owen Walker had multiple hit games for Homewood. Adam Stewart (4-0) picked up the win working 5 innings

Coach Ward Named 6A Coach of the Year

Congratulations to Coach Ward for being honored by the Alabama Sports Writers Association and named 6A Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. Coach Ward was also named Coach of the year by the OTM Journal. Go Patriots!