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Lady Tigers shutout Bell 8-0

(SOFTBALL) The Trenton Lady Tigers traveled to three destinations last week and won two of three games. On Friday the Lady Tigers blanked the Bulldogs 8-0. Trenton was undefeated in league play and leading the district going into the game and Bell was in 3rd place with a record of 3-2.   Bell started sophomore Kylee Berry on the mound.  ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out by Trenton after back-to-back scoring outbursts

(BASEBALL) By Matthew Harrell For the first time this season, the Bell Bulldogs lost in a district contest. After scoring a combined 37 runs in wins over 4A Interlachen and Eastside, the wheels fell off the Bulldogs’ wagon in a 10-0 run-rule loss to Trenton on Friday. The Bulldogs opened the week by travelling to Interlachen on Tuesday night. Both ... Full Story »

Tiger baseball takes three wins to stay undefeated

By John Ayers The Trenton Tigers Varsity baseball team took three wins last week over the Dixie County Bears, the Branford Bucs and the Lafayette County Hornets to remain 7-0 and 3-0 in District 7-1A. On Monday night the Tigers hosted the Bears and took the District 7 1A victory 10-1. Trenton had eleven hits as Colton Rucker, Landon Kennedy, ... Full Story »

Bulldogs start district play 2-0, improve to 6-1

By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs picked up a couple of district wins in a 3-0 week last week. The Bulldogs opened the week with a win over Hamilton County and followed that up with district wins over Bronson and Chiefland. On Monday night, the Bulldogs avenged their only loss of the season, a 6-5 extra-innings loss at Hamilton County. ... Full Story »

Bell Baseball to hold fishing tournament April 1

By Matthew Harrell The Bell High School baseball program is holding their third annual fishing tournament April 1 in Suwannee. The captains’ meeting and Calcutta will be held on March 31 at 6:30 p.m. at Suwannee Marina. The entry fee is $100 per boat until March 27. After March 27, the entry fee will increase to $125 per boat. There ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers defeat Indians in District 7 softball match

By John Ayers The Lady Tigers Softball team finally got their rematch with the three time 1A state Champs, the Chiefland Indians Friday night and took advantage of the host by defeating them 6-1 in the first District match of the 2017 regular season. “We have been waiting since last year for this opportunity to play them again,” explained Trenton ... Full Story »

News from Bell Track

The Runnin’ Bulldogs Track and Field teams represented Bell Middle/High School at the annual Ron Hall Invitational in Hamilton County on Saturday, March 11th. Both Girls and Boys Bulldogs runners, jumpers, and throwers did well with the boys finishing fourth overall and the girls coming in second place behind 5-A track powerhouse Suwannee County. Highlights from the meet include: MacKenzie ... Full Story »

Bell Track Team does well at Suwannee Track and Field Invitational

Submitted After completing victories over Chiefland, Cedar Key, and Branford, the Bell High School Runnin’ Bulldogs Track teams ended the week with a great showing at the 26th Suwannee Track and Field Invitational. The Lady Bulldogs Team finished 2nd out of 9 teams, defeating teams from Santa Fe, Wakulla, Union County, The Rock School, and Taylor County just to name ... Full Story »

Tony Marangoni participates in Capital City Games

Submitted On Saturday, March 4, 2017 in Tallahassee, the Capital City Games were held. This event drew 300-400 athletes from 55 years old to 84 years old. Leon (Tony) Marangoni, 68, of Spring Ridge and also a Volunteer Firefighter with Gilchrist County Fire Rescue, competed in three different events. Tony was very successful. “I was very impressed and happy for Tony” ... Full Story »