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Trenton defeats Frostproof, hosts Wildwood in Regional final Tuesday

The Trenton Lady Tigers defeated Frostproof 64-29 in the Regional semi-final basketball game Friday night. Trenton will host Wildwood Tuesday night for an opportunity to compete in the 1A FHSAA Final Four Girls Basketball Tournament in Lakeland. The Lady Tigers improved their regular season record to 25-2. Trenton’s Taniah Bowers was selected the Lady Tigers’ Player of the Game. The ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers win 3rd Straight District 7 Title

Coach Frye gets 100th Victory The Trenton Lady Tigers clinched their third straight District 7-1A basketball title on Friday night as they defeated runner-up Branford 72-38. Trenton Head Coach Bryant Frye received a 100th career win in this District Championship victory. “Our girls did a great job, they played well in this tournament and won our third straight District 7 ... Full Story »

Bulldogs split final two games, enter districts as one seed

By Matthew Harrell District 7-1A’s no. 1 seed, the Bell Bulldogs, will head into districts with a record of 20-5 after splitting their final two regular season games last week. On Monday, the top-ranked team in MaxPreps’ 1A rankings needed a late rally to escape Bell with a win. Bell led the Hawthorne Hornets for nearly 30 of the 32 ... Full Story »

Bulldogs hold top seed, Trenton third entering districts

By Matthew Harrell One school is looking to bounce back from a loss in the district final while the other looks to build on its best district finish in five years. This year’s district 7-1A tournament may be in Dixie County, but it has plenty of Gilchrist County storylines: Bell tries to regain its spot atop the district after last ... Full Story »

Boys District 7-1A tournament to be held in Dixie County

The Boys District 7-1A tournament will be hosted by Dixie County and starts Tuesday and concludes on Saturday, Feb. 17. Trenton will face sixth-seeded Cedar Key on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. The winner will face the winner of the Branford-Dixie County game on Friday. Bell will face the winner of the Chiefland-Bronson game. The start times of the ... Full Story »

Bulldogs improve to 19-4 after pair of non-district wins

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs went on the road last week to pick up two non-district wins. Bell traveled to Live Oak on Tuesday for their game against the Suwannee Bulldogs. The Bulldogs got off to a fast start as they went four-for-seven from deep and took a 28-15 lead at the end of the first period. Terek Liles and ... Full Story »

THS Lady Tiger Softball

The THS Lady Tiger Softball team is proud to report that three players from last year’s team have made the opening day rosters at their respective colleges.  Jaycee Thomas is playing outfield for the Tallahassee Community College Eagles.  Ashley Biddle is playing first base for the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles in Fort Myers.  Kyndall Williams is playing infield for ... Full Story »

Trenton girls end regular season with win over Hilliard

The Trenton girls basketball team took a 61-27 win over visiting Hilliard Saturday night to finish their regular season with a 22-2 record. The Lady Tigers were dominating in this game as Standrea McHenry was named Player of the Game. The junior forward, a standout for the Lady Tigers, shot 17 points in this last regular season win. Trenton’s style ... Full Story »

Bulldogs complete district schedule with perfect record

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs finished off their district schedule last week, picking up two wins over Branford and Cedar Key. On Monday night, Bell hosted Branford. The Bulldogs held the Buccaneers to single digits, allowing four points in the first quarter, one in the second and third, and two points in the fourth quarter as Branford totaled just eight ... Full Story »

Trenton Tigers slam Bucs

By John M. Ayers II The Trenton Tigers improved their District 7A standing Friday night as they slammed the visiting Branford Bucs 75-47. The Tigers were led by Eric Henry’s 18 points, Tyrique Baber’s 17 points and sophomore Trent Becker’s 12 points respectfully to improve their District mark to 8-4. The Tigers played hard as they jumped out to a ... Full Story »