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Bulldogs come up short at Lafayette

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs had thier opportunities in Mayo on Friday night, but their upset bid came up short against the undefeated Hornets in a 14-12 loss. Bell opened the game up almost as well as possible, taking the ball the length of the field and scoring on John Weston Powers touchdown run. But the PAT was no good, ... Full Story »

Bulldog Cross Country does well at invitational

The Bulldog Cross Country Team performed well at the Chiefland Cross Country Invitational on Thursday, September 21st. Eight schools, including Bell, participated in the event, including Bradford County, Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, Trenton, Williston, and Yankeetown. On the boy’s side, Tristan Townsend finished in 1st place, running the 5K (3.2 miles) run in 19 minutes and 5 seconds. Finishing in ... Full Story »

Volleyball: Bulldogs’ win streak at five after win over Oak Hall

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs have put their 1-3 start behind them, winning five in a row, including three district wins, to improve to 6-3. Bell had to wait longer than expected to extend that streak after their matches against Chiefland and Columbia were canceled because of Hurricane Irma. Finally, on Thursday night, Bell hosted Oak Hall, to whom Bell ... Full Story »

Hawthorne hands Bulldogs their first loss on Monday night

By Matthew Harrell In a game that was moved from Friday to Monday, the Hawthorne Hornets handed Bell its first loss of the season, running away with a 41-14 win over the Bulldogs. Bell opened the game by receiving the opening kickoff and drove inside the Hornet 10-yard line but turned the ball over on downs. On the very next ... Full Story »

Bell High Cross Country Team

Bell High Cross Country Team Front row, from left to right, Cassandra Rubio, Johnny Scott, Evan Cobb, Rayana Mkuu, and Jaidon Lovett. Back row from left to right, Coach Brad Surrency, Josh Mendoza, Tristan Townsend, Savana Thomas, Nathan Gray, and Toni Gillispie (not pictured, Melonie Piechocki). Full Story »

Tigers dump Raiders Thursday night

The Trenton Tigers managed to overcome their fumbles and penalties Thursday night in the wake of Hurricane Irma as they defeated South Sumter 34-14 in the Jungle. The Tigers were hungry to get a win after dropping the half time defeat to Dixie County last week in Cross City. “I was real proud of our guys and the way they ... Full Story »

Bell defeats Franklin County in defensive battle

The Bulldogs are off to a 3-0 start for the first time since 2008 after defeating Franklin County 8-0 in a game that was moved to Thursday because of Hurricane Irma. The Bulldogs’ defense played well, shutting out the Seahawks and even scoring by forcing a safety. “Our defense played great, forcing turnovers,” Head Coach Joey Whittington said. “Offense was ... Full Story »

Bulldogs defeat Eagle’s View in lightning-shortened game

By Matthew Harrell Bell’s game against Eagle’s View Academy on Friday night was called with 1:56 left in the third quarter wth Bell holding a 21-6 lead, giving Bell its second win of the season. The Bulldogs ran the ball 44 times for 230 yards in the win. Eagle’s View received the opening kickoff and punted after three plays. Bell ... Full Story »

Trenton’s fumbles aid Bears in half time win

The Trenton Tigers were on the road Friday night to once again meet the Bears in Bruce Boyette Stadium to renew their annual heated rivalry. In past years this game has determined who would represent District 6 1A in FHSAA post season play. In 2017 and 2018 the Tigers are penalized and reclassified into 4A size schools after admitting to ... Full Story »

Tigers defeat Indians in Chiefland

The Trenton Tigers opened their 2017 football season Friday night on Doyle McCall Football Field as they defeated the Indians 37-21. The Tigers scored first and often in the first half as they took a 7-0 lead into the second quarter. Trenton added 21 points in the second quarter. The Indians scored in the closing minutes of the first half ... Full Story »