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Bulldogs shut out for fifth time this season

By Matthew Harrell For the fifth time this season, the Bulldogs’ offense sputtered and failed to find the end zone and the Bulldogs were running-clocked, this time resulting in a 41-0 loss to Mayo. Bell’s defense kept the game close early. The Bulldogs lost a fumble on their opening possession, but the defense stood up and forced a turnover on ... Full Story »

Newberry scores to win battle

The winless Newberry Panthers got their first victory of the season as they scored in the final period to defeat Trenton 7-0 Friday night in Panther Stadium The Tigers battled as their defense played strong to keep this game close throughout. The Tigers’ senior, Nathan Lovelace was awarded the Defensive Player of the Game. Sophomore, Jordan Fulmer was awarded the ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers win Cedar Key meet, remain undefeated

By Stan Griffis The Trenton Lady Tiger cross-country team wins the Cedar Key Cross-Country Invitational and remain undefeated. The Trenton boys and girls cross-country teams travelled to Cedar Key on October 4, to compete at the Cedar Key Cross Country Invitational. The Lady Tigers ran against Bell, Bradford, Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, First Christian, Meadowbrook Academy, St. John Lutheran, Seven ... Full Story »

Bulldog Volleyball’s win streak now at 14 after pair of wins

Bell volleyball upped its winning streak to 14 games after sweeping Chiefland and Madison County last week. The Bulldogs opened the week by sweeping Chiefland, 25-19, 25-21, 25-13. Jillian Cassube led the team with 18 kills. Jill Morgan had 13. Jenna Holley led the team with 18 digs, Morgan had 13 and Kylee Barry had 15 as part of double-double ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out by P.K. Yonge on homecoming

By Matthew Harrell P.K. Yonge quarterback Carter Kutchko connected with Jakhari Bird on P.K. Yonge’s first play from scrimmage for a 51-yard touchdown. It never got much better for the Bulldogs, who fell to P.K. Yonge, 49-0, Friday night on homecoming. The Blue Wave scored on their first two possessions to take an early 12-0 lead. Bell showed some life ... Full Story »

Tigers defeat Bronson in Homecoming 2018

The Trenton Tigers defeated the Bronson Eagles 37-6 Friday night to celebrate Homecoming 2018. The Tigers had their best effort of the season as the offense totaled 346 yards and six Tiger players contributed to score points. Trenton’s Zachary Braswell was named the Player of the Game on Offense as the freshman running back rushed 4 carries for 54 yards ... Full Story »

Riverside Wranglers win second game

by Megan Hall Riverside wins second football game of the season, 60-0 over Hillsborough Christian Academy. Riverside started the game on defense where the Wranglers came up with a big stop on 4th down giving the Wranglers good field position. The first play on the Wranglers offense led to a 27 yard touchdown pass to Zach Hall from Cohen Begue. ... Full Story »

Bulldogs Miracle Whip Mayo to take control of district

Bulldogs swept LBI Tournament over weekend By Matthew Harrell Bell volleyball won seven games in six days last week, including six sweeps, to improve to 13-2 on the season and take full control of District 7-1A. The Bulldogs opened the week by traveling to Chiefland. In their only non-sweep of the week, the Bulldogs defeated the Indians, 25-13, 25-19, 24-26, ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out by Hawthorne

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs were shut out for the third time this season, losing to Hawthorne, 60-0, Friday night in Hawthorne. Conversely, it was the third time the Hornets’ defense has pitched a shutout this season. The Bulldogs had their work cut out for them, going on the road to face the No. 7 team in Class 1A. The ... Full Story »

Branford defeats Trenton in football

The Trenton Tigers were unable to slow the host Branford Bucs Friday night, as the Tigers were defeated 40-6. The Tigers’ Jordan Fulmer was the Offensive Player of the Game as the sophomore rushed for 73 yards on 13 carries and 9 tackles on defense. Trenton’s Cole Hafner was the Tigers’ Defensive Player of the Game had 8 tackles and ... Full Story »