Thompson High School Get on I-65 N
Follow I-65 N, I-459 N and I-59 N to Deerfoot Pkwy in Trussville.
Take exit 143 for Deerfoot Pkwy/Mt Olive Church Rd Drive to Husky Parkway.
Turn right onto Deerfoot Pkwy (signs for Clay)
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Husky Parkway.
Hewitt Trussville Football Stadium
The Thompson Warriors will be traveling to Troy University to play Charles Henderson Saturday, May 16th at 4:00. Admission is $5. Please come out and support your Warriors!!
There will be a mandatory parent meeting on Monday, May 11 at 6:30 in the THS cafeteria. This is for upcoming freshmen, junior varsity and varsity. Coach Freeman and his staff, Lemak, and the Quarterback Club will be there with important information and paperwork. Please make every effort to attend.
The Quarterback Club will also have their May meeting at that time. There will not be a meeting on Tuesday, May 12.
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By BAKER ELLIS / Sports Reporter
ALABASTER- Feb. 9 was the culmination of a long journey for Melvin Owens and his family. Owens, a Thompson High School senior, signed a letter of intent to play football for Mississippi Valley State University in the fall
See complete article here: http://www.alabasterreporter.com/2015/02/09/thompson-senior-signs-football-letter-of-intent/
By NEAL WAGNER / Managing Editor
ALABASTER – Before he even entered elementary school, Kyle Sample saw Thompson High School’s Larry Simmons Stadium, and immediately knew where he wanted to play one day.
Full article here:http://www.alabasterreporter.com/2015/02/04/ths-football-senior-signs-to-play-in-college/
on January 30, 2015 11:07 AM, updated January 30, 2015 1:24 PM
Franklin Delano Roosevelt had his first 100 days in office as one of the greatest Presidents in American history. New Thompson football coach Mark Freeman has to work a lot faster than that. The six-time state champion coach will be knee deep in spring practice prep by the time his first 100 school days are up.
Freeman was hired with great fanfare by Alabaster City Schools on Dec. 12. His first day on the job was on Jan. 5. That means he’s had 20 school days to build his new team at Thompson. His actions so far could serve as a case study for program building.
See the entire article here: http://highschoolsports.al.com/news/article/3478413271993255219/mark-freeman-getting-started-building-a-winner-at-thompson/#incart_hssn-rr-1