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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 »

Runnin’ Bulldog Cross Country Team

Submitted The Runnin’ Bulldog Cross Country Team traveled to Gainesville on October 24th to compete in the Class 1A, District 5 Cross Country Districts hosted by Saint Francis Catholic School. The young Bulldogs team performed well considering that over half of the team was participating in their first ever District competition. On the girl’s side, Rayanah Mkuu officially finished in ... Full Story »

Trenton Golf Team wins District Tournament

The Trenton High School Golf Team traveled to the Country Club of Lake City to play in the District Tournament on October 16. The team played well and brought home the District Trophy. Trent Becker had the lowest individual score of 88. Becker said, “I’ve had some ups and downs this season but was able to put it together for ... Full Story »

Trenton rolled by PK Yonge

The Trenton Tigers bowed to the PK Yonge Blue Wave Friday night as the host defeated Trenton 48-13. The Tigers posted 288 total yards of offense as Trenton Head Coach Ben Jacqmein named these Tigers as Outstanding Players of the Game. The Tigers #5, sophomore, Jordan Fulmer was named the Outstanding Overall Player of the Game. #10, sophomore, Caleb Morgan ... Full Story »

Defense keeps game close for a half as Bulldogs suffer sixth shutout

By Matthew Harrell Bell’s defense kept the Bulldogs in the game for two and a half quarters, but it finally gave out halfway through the third quarter as Branford handed the Bulldogs their sixth shutout loss of the season. Despite the offense sputtering, Bell’s defense held Branford scoreless in the first half to take a tie game into the half. ... Full Story »

Bulldogs sweep Lafayette for first district title since 2014

By Matthew Harrell Bell volleyball ended a four-year district-title drought by sweeping Lafayette Thursday night in Madison. The Bulldogs got to the title match by sweeping Hamilton County on Tuesday, 25-5, 25-7, 25-21. Jillian Cassube led the team with 12 kills. Melody Piechocki had six aces. Jenna Holley had 12 digs. Kylee Barry recorded 26 assists. On Thursday night, the ... Full Story »

Riverside Christian defeats Geneva Academy

The Riverside Christian Warriors traveled to Lakeland Friday night and defeated Geneva Christian Academy, 56-7. The Wranglers jumped out to a fast start and continued to hold the pedal to the metal pace that proved to be too fast for the hosts. The Wrangler offense was led by Hunter Johns and Cohen Begue as they scored eight touchdowns. Junior Johns ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers win Cedar Key Meet, Remain Undefeated

Submitted The Trenton Lady Tiger cross-country team wins the Cedar Key Cross-Country Invitational and remain undefeated. The Trenton boys and girls cross-country teams travelled to Cedar Key on October 4, to compete at the Cedar Key Cross Country Invitational. The Lady Tigers ran against Bell, Bradford, Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, First Christian, Meadowbrook Academy, St. John Lutheran, Seven Rivers, and ... Full Story »

Bell upsets Trenton, snaps nine-game losing streak to Tigers

By Matthew Harrell Bell had not beaten Trenton since Sept. 5, 2008, when the Bulldogs won 23-16 in Bell. The following year, Trenton returned the favor, scoring as time expired to beat Bell, 19-18. Trenton won the following eight games in the series to build up a nine-game winning streak, and most of the games had not been close. But ... Full Story »