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Mkuu and Townsend do well at Regional Cross Country meet

By Brad Surrency Rayanah Mkuu and Tristan Townsend represented Bell Middle/High School at the 2018 District 1A, Region 2 Regional Cross Country Meet at Santa Fe College on Friday, November 2. In the girl’s run, Mkuu ran the 3.2 mile run in 24 minutes 31.30 seconds. On the boy’s side, Townsend’s time was 18 minutes 37.44 seconds and he finished ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers XC places third at Districts, compete at Regionals

By Stan Griffis The Trenton boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams traveled to St. Francis Catholic School on October 24 to compete in the Class 1A, District 5 Championship. Thirteen schools were represented at the District meet. After an undefeated regular season, the Lady Tigers placed third in District 5, behind perennial running powers Oak Hall and P.K. Yonge. Top runners ... Full Story »

Bulldogs hold off Tiger rally for first-ever state playoff win

By Matthew Harrell For the first time ever, a team from Bell High School will play in a state final. It took some work as the Bulldogs had to hold off a furious Trenton comeback, but the Bulldogs won Saturday’s all-Gilchrist state semifinal, 3-2, to advance to the Class 1A championship match. Bell jumped out to a two-sets-to-none lead before ... Full Story »

Bell and Trenton to play in Volleyball Semifinals

Bell and Trenton will face-off on Saturday, October 10 at 2 p.m. in Trenton at the Old Gym. This game will determine the 2018 FHSAA Girls Volleyball State Semifinals winners in Class 1A. On October 30, Bell beat Hilliard to advance and Trenton beat Chiefland to advance. The winner of Saturday’s match will play the winner of the Sneads and ... Full Story »

Tigers finish regular season with 12-6 victory over Trojans

The Trenton Tigers finished their 2018 football season by defeating the Hamilton County Trojans 12-6 Friday night in The Jungle. For the Tigers it was a sweet victory to the end of a trying 2-8 season. Trenton jumped out to an early 6-0 lead as Wyatt Lovelace scored on a first quarter run. As the Tigers were just warming up, ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out Warner Christian to close season

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs closed out the regular season by winning consecutive games for the first time. They defeated Warner Christian, 52-0, Friday night. Despite the win, the Bulldogs failed to make the playoffs, as their win moved the Bulldogs from category 4 to category 3 and gave Branford the 10 points it needed to secure the sixth and ... Full Story »

Bell Bulldog’s Volleyball Team wins District

Photo by Donny Joiner Back row: Shelby Waddle, Hailey Pope, Taria Liles, Maddy Sapp, Emma Hutto, Taylor Tompkins, Jillian Cassube, and Michelle Heilig. Front row: Jill Morgan, Jenna Holley, Aubrey Brown (middle row), Kylee Barry, Melonie Piechocki (middle row) and Juliana Whiting. Full Story »

Undefeated Lady Tiger Golf Team Wins 2018 District Tournament

The Trenton Lady Tiger Golf Team goes undefeated in the 2018 regular season match play and wins first place in the District Tournament. The Lady Tigers in the tournament were led by Freshman Callie Harrington, eighth grader Kearston Dukes, Senior Grace Heath and Junior Kieley Dukes. Callie Harrington was also named low medalist of the tournament beating 25 other golfers. ... Full Story »

Lafayette County defeats Trenton Friday night

The Trenton Tigers were on the road Friday night in Mayo as the Hornets stung the Tigers 56-6. Trenton head coach Ben Jacqmein named Jordan Fulmer the Tigers’ Offensive and Defensive Player of the Game. Wyatt Lovelace was named the Tigers’ Special Teams Player of the Game. The Hornets scored 21 points in the first and second quarters to take ... Full Story »

Bulldogs match season point total in 34-6 walloping of Bronson

By Matthew Harrell After a sputtering all football season, the Bulldogs’ offense turned in its best game of the season, scoring 34 points and racking up over 300 yards of offense in Bell’s 34-6 win over Bronson Friday night. The Bulldogs took advantage of Bronson’s aggressive defense, getting through the Eagles’ front seven for multiple explosive runs. The Bulldogs, who ... Full Story »