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Riverside Christian #2 in Final Four of 6-Man football in Florida

By Megan Hall The Riverside Christian Wranglers secured the #2 spot in the Final Four in 6-man football in the State of Florida with the victory over Gainesville Christian. The Wranglers toppled Gainesville Christian 60-39 Friday night at home. Gainesville came into this playoff game with a 5-2 record while the Wrangler’s have an 8-1 record. The Wranglers offensive was ... Full Story »

Trenton improves to 5-5, prepare for playoffs in Newberry Friday night

The Trenton Tigers improved their regular season football record to 5-5 as they defeated the Lafayette County Hornets 35-21 in Mayo Friday night. The Tigers will now prepare for a second trip to Newberry to face the Panthers in a regional playoff contest, Friday night. The Tigers were on a mission as they rolled out to a 28-0 first half ... Full Story »

Lady Bulldogs Perform at Regional Cross Country Meet

Submitted: Brad Surrency Bell High School student athletes, Jaden Reiss and Alayna Aslan participated in the FHSAA District 1A, Region 2 Cross Country meet on Friday, November 6th at Holloway Park in Lakeland. The girls ran against 24 other teams across the state of Florida on a very challenging course. Both girls ran well with Aslan running the 5K course ... Full Story »

Jenkins retires after 30 years

Edwin Jenkins shown with Sheriff Bobby Schultz as he was presented with a plaque last week at a retirement event held in his honor. Jenkins has been in law enforcement for 30 years. He began at Lancaster Correctional Institution and ending with the GCSO where he started in 2005. Sgt. Jenkins is well liked by he fellow officers at GCSO. ... Full Story »

2020-2021 Trenton High School Varsity Girls Basketball Team

Left to right, standing: Nadia Scott, Jordan Douglas, Janiyah King, Coach Bryant Frye, Bri Becker, Samarie McHenry, and Kinsey Akins. Left to right, seated: Alexis Hill, Shaylyn Parrish, Tatiyanna Jackson, and Abbie Griffis. Full Story »

Our Next Superintendent Dr. Jim Surrency

Dr. James “Jim” Surrency will be sworn in as the new Gilchrist County School Superintendent on November 17, at the School Board Meeting. For the past eight years Robert Rankin has been the Superintendent of Schools but he chose to not seek re-election in 2020. Dr. Surrency and family first came to Gilchrist County in 1974 to accept a teaching ... Full Story »

The Lady Bulldogs sweep their way into another Regional Championship

The Lady Bulldog Volleyball team faced off against Union County this past Saturday, October 31, sweeping them in 3 sets. Final scores were; 25-16, 25-19, 26-24. Taria Liles had 12 kills, 3 aces, and 2 blocks; Maddy Sapp had 18 kills and 2 aces; Michelle Heilig had 6 kills; Emma Hutto had 29 aces and 15 digs; Ashlee Thomas had ... Full Story »

Annual Torch Run cancelled

The Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run was cancelled this year, due to COVID. Thankfully the Gilchrist County students were still able to come visit the courthouse. They got to meet the Judge, the Sheriff, and several other County officials. Braxton Bivens held the torch. Full Story »

Helping Hands 4-H Club wins Statewide contest

The Helping Hands 4-H club completed a beautification project in early 2020 at the Bell Library. This project was made possible by a statewide community pride grant from the Florida 4-H Foundation. The youth committee from the Helping Hands club completed a community needs assessment and decided that the Bell Library was the perfect place to submit for a grant. ... Full Story »

A very fun Halloween in Gilchrist County

Several hay rides took Trick or Treaters around downtown Trenton during Halloween. Several local businesses gave away candy and had games for the children. Full Story »