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Indians hold Tigers scoreless Friday night

The Trenton Tigers opened their 2018 football regular season Friday night as they fell to Chiefland 41-0. The Tigers are very young in 2018 as new head Coach Ben Jacqmein and his staff are preparing the young athletes for a demanding season. Trenton’s Jacob Guthrie led the Tigers at quarterback as the sophomore had 38 all purpose yards on 13 ... Full Story »

Bell volleyball wins two of three in open

By Matthew Harrell Bell volleyball picked up a pair of wins to open the season last week, defeating 7A Columbia and defending Class 1A runner-up Union County, but falling to Oak Hall to open the season 2-1. Bell hosted Columbia Monday night to open the regular season. Bell got off to a fast start, dominating the first set for a ... Full Story »

Chiefland rolls through Bell in Kickoff Classic

By: Matthew Harrell The 2018 football season got off to the wrong start for Bell Friday when they were shut out by Chiefland, 50-0, in their Kickoff Classic. The Bulldogs struggled to move the ball behind a line that is replacing four of its five starters and had seven drives in which they punted the ball away without gaining a ... Full Story »

Bell Volleyball splits preseason matches

By: Matthew Harrell Looking to build off of last season in which the Bulldogs went undefeated in district play during the regular season and reached the regional semifinals, Bell volleyball hosted five teams in their preseason classic Saturday. Bell hosted Eastside, Gainesville, Columbia, Branford and Oak Hall, but only played Eastside and Gainesville as FHSAA rules only allow teams to ... Full Story »

Josie NesSmith Chosen to Represent 2018 FACA All Star Softball

Submitted Josie NesSmith of Trenton High School was chosen to represent the North team in the 2018 FACA All Star Softball Game held at Florida Southern University in Lakeland on June 1 and 2. The Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) has all star competition for 9 different sports each year.  There were 64 players from the entire state broken up ... Full Story »

Tigers defeated 4-2 in rain-delayed state semi-final

Photo by Lauren Roberts The Trenton Tigers weathered the storms of the Class 1A State Baseball Finals but lost 4-2 in a rain delayed semi-final game to Madison County on Friday night. The Port St Joe Tiger Sharks defeated the Cowboys on Monday 4-0. Madison County took a 4-0 lead into the 3rd inning when Trenton scored 1 run. The ... Full Story »

Trenton girls are 1A runner-up champions

Photo by Mary Ann Johnson The Trenton girls softball team competed in the 1A state final on Thursday and were defeated 2-1 by Wewahitchka. The Gators put up 2 runs in the first inning. The Lady Tigers’ Hallie Bryant scored 1 run in the 6th as the sophomore shortstop stole a base to advance to third. Bryant had 2 hits ... Full Story »

Bulldogs enter final week of spring practice

By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs held an open practice Friday night as they get ready for their last week of spring practice. Head Coach Joey Whittington said the energy and effort have stuck out to him this spring. “We’ve had good senior leadership so far,” Whittington said. “Our running backs, some of our skill guys and linebackers, they’ve brought ... Full Story »

Tigers defeat Frostproof Region 4 semi-finals

The Trenton Tigers waited until the 4th inning before they battered and bruised the Frostproof Bulldogs 11-1 in 6 innings Wednesday in Trenton. The Region 4 semi-final victory allows the Tigers to host Chiefland which defeated District 8 winner Ft. Meade, 5-3 Wednesday evening in Ft. Meade. Trenton’s Trey Sanchez pitched 5 innings allowing a hit and 1 run as ... Full Story »

Bulldogs attend State Track and Field Meet

Submitted The Bell High School Runnin’ Bulldogs Track and Field Team performed at the FHSAA State Track and Field Meet in Jacksonville, Florida on May 4th and 5th. Every state qualifying high school in the state of Florida was at the University of North Florida for two days competing at one of the best track and field facilities in the ... Full Story »