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2019-2020 Trenton Middle School Girls Basketball

Back row left to right: Addison Cathey, Abby Carlisle, Riley Rittenhouse, Brianna Karanja, Braeya Hudson and Madison Dean. Front row left to right: Grace Griffis, Virginia Lathrop, Presley Akins, Skylar Lamb and Peyton Spain. Not pictured: Coach Sharonda Green. Full Story »

2019-2020 Trenton Boys Soccer

Left to right, back row: Coach Carl Loy, CJ Loy, Ethan Spain, Angel Garcia, Riley Buck, Austin Norman, Richard Hendricks, Gabe Mitchell, Cole Lander, Siguard Barratt, Jacob Alvarado, Kevin Flores, Briar Mitchell, John Cruz and Coach Jayson Langley. Front row: Hersson Munoz, Steven Wright, Blaise Buckner, Calvin Bryan, Cademon Searles, Alex Norman, Gio Vasquez, Braden Mason, Jonah Johnson and Connor ... Full Story »

2019-2020 Trenton Girls Soccer

Left to right, back row: Assistant Coach Shelley, Manager Dacia Putnam, Jessica Alvarado, Hannah Loy, Ansley Buck, Kelsie Turner, Cheyenne Wallen, Hailey Griffis, Clare Watson, Sydney Henderson, Yuridia Jimenez, and Coach Sudigala. Middle row: Gabriella Galbicsek, Zoe Marin, Taylor Sudigala, Jennifer Gijon-Cruz, and Carly Holder. Front row: Angelina Ramirez, Nevaeh Pogue, Lilly Mayo, Emelin Membreno, Water Girl Cori Sudigala, Audrey ... Full Story »

Trenton’s Wyatt Langford signs to play baseball for the Gators

Trenton’s Wyatt Langford signed his letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Florida. A life long dream for this Gator lover, he has always been a Gator at heart. The Trenton High auditorium was filled with fellow athletes, friends, and family that came out to celebrate with Wyatt during his signing on Wednesday, November 20. Coach Jason ... Full Story »

Trenton Holds off Branford Monday night

The Trenton Lady Tigers improved their record to 2-0 by defeating the host Branford Lady Buccaneers 75-67 Monday night. The Lady Tigers selected Jordan Douglas as their “Player of the Game”. The sophomore, point guard shot 27 points with 4 assists and 3 steals to lead the Tigers in this win. Teammate Samarie Henry added 15 points as she shot ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers hold on to defeat Bradford Tornadoes

The Trenton Lady Tigers, the defending 1A girls State Basketball Champs opened their 2019 season Thursday night on the road against Bradford County in Starke. The Tigers were facing a good 4A squad that defeated Union County 54-5 the first game of the season. The Tigers, behind Bri Becker’s 14 pts and Jordon Douglas’ 16 points dominated the first half ... Full Story »

Riverside Christian bows in State 6-Man Championship

The Riverside Christian Warriors were defeated by Donahue Academy for the Florida 6-Man Football Championship. Donahue went into Saturday afternoon’s championship with a 12-0 record. The Championship game was played at Bryant Stadium in Lakeland. Riverside’s only loss of the season was by Donahue Academy early in the regular season. Riverside Head Coach Steven Hall explained, “Donahue was a better ... Full Story »

Trenton’s Emily Barras signs with Mercer

On Wednesday, November 13th Emily Barras signed with the Mercer Bears to play softball. Mercer University is located in Macon, GA and is a Division I college in the Southern Conference. Emily’s mom, dad and Coach Todd Bryant spoke to those in attendance about her work ethic and character both on and off the field. She, no doubt, will be ... Full Story »

Trenton High School Girls Varsity Basketball team

Left to right, back row: Coach Bryant Frye, Emily Barras, Samarie McHenry, Janiyah King, Chloe Wilkerson and Nikki Deen. Front row: Shaylyn Parrish, Tatiyanna Jackson, Bri Becker, Jordan Douglas and Kinsey Akins. Full Story »

Riverside Wranglers in State 6-Man Football Championship

The Riverside Wranglers defeated Hernando Christian Academy 38-31 Friday night and will play in the Florida 6-Man state football championship on Saturday. The Wranglers’ offense was led by Hunter Johns as the senior quarterback totaled 287 yards for 6 touchdowns combined on both rushing and completed passes. The defense played “Lights Out” as Rick Messina had 9 solo tackles, 1 ... Full Story »