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Bulldogs defeat Hamilton County, improve district record to 10-0 with win over Dixie County

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs got a big non-district win to open last week before clinching the best record in the district with a win over Dixie County on Friday. On Monday, the Bulldogs hosted the Hamilton County Trojans. The Trojans controlled the first half of the game, leading 17-13 at the end of the first quarter and extending their ... Full Story »

Trenton girls take three wins; defeat Bronson, Chiefland, and Dixie County

The Trenton girls basketball team improved to 17-2 as they added wins over Bronson, Chiefland, and Dixie County to their undefeated District 7 1A record. On Thursday night the Tigers were in Bronson as they defeated the Eagles 56-40. TrentonÕs Thalia Jackson, was selected the Player of the Game as the senior center shot 22 points and delivered 14 rebounds. ... Full Story »

Tigers win up to No. 2 in District 7

The Trenton Tiger boys basketball team earned wins over Bronson and Chiefland to move up to No 2 ranked in the District 7. On Thursday evening the Tigers had to hustle to get out of the hole as they trailed Bronson 12-8 at the end of the first period. The Tigers never looked back as they led the Eagles 25-21 ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Dr. Phillips in Blue Wave Classic

The Trenton Tiger girls basketball team held on (45-43) to defeat 9A Dr. Phillips in the P K Yonge Blue Wave Classic basketball tournament on Saturday in Gainesville. The Tigers jumped out to a big lead 17-8 in the first period and held on to a 28-20 lead at intermission. The Tigers’ defense came out strong in the third period ... Full Story »

Bulldogs maintain perfect district record with wins over Bronson and Trenton

By Matthew Harrell Despite slow starts in both games last week, the Bulldogs won their pair of district games in comfortable fashion. Bell opened its two-game week on Tuesday by hosting the Bronson Eagles. The Bulldogs did not enter the scoring column until the 6:55 mark of the first quarter. After that, though, they seized control of the game. The ... Full Story »

Shorthanded Bulldogs get two district wins before falling to Dunnellon

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs remained perfect in district play by defeating Cedar Key and Chiefland on Thursday and Friday, respectively, but dropped a non-district contest at Dunnellon on Saturday. Bell opened the week by hosting Cedar Key. The Bulldogs opened the game with an 8-0 run over the first two minutes and three seconds and led 25-4 at the ... Full Story »

Trenton girls take wins over Ponce de Leon and North FL Christian

The Trenton Tiger girls basketball team improved their record with three straight wins to 11-2 as they defeated Bronson January 5, Ponce de Leon January 6 and North Florida Christian Saturday night in Tallahassee. Trenton hosted Bronson on Thursday as they cruised to a 68-27 District 7 victory. Trenton’s Standrea McHenry was the Tiger’s Player of the Game as the ... Full Story »

Bulldogs go 1-3 in Hitchcock’s Challenge

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs traveled to Alachua last weekend to test themselves against bigger schools, but struggled shooting the ball and started 0-3 before beating Union County. The Bulldogs opened the tournament against Columbia on Wednesday. Bell held a 14-10 lead at the end of the first quarter, but Columbia outscored the Bulldogs 17-8 in the second quarter and ... Full Story »

THS Boys and Girls Basketball Teams Won First Place

Submitted Trenton High School’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams won first place in the 2017 SAMCO Classic Christmas Tournament.  The boys went 4-0 in the tournament to beat Chiefland in the championship game.  The girls were not able to play their final game due to team cancellations.  A special thank you to our tournament sponsor Smith Asset Management Company as ... Full Story »

Bulldogs whip Trenton, start district play

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs had a week between their last game, a 56-24 win over Chiefland, and Friday’s game at Trenton and, for a little while, it showed. But runs in the middle of the first quarter and early in the second quarter blew open a 6-4 game and Bell cruised to a 61-37 win over Trenton. Bell got ... Full Story »