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Trenton shuts out Newberry, defeats Lake Weir last week

The Trenton Tiger baseball team shutout 4A Newberry Friday night and defeated 6A Lake Weir on Saturday to remain undefeated, 3-0 in regular season. The Tigers opened with Jason DeMartino on the mound as the junior right-hander pitched 6 innings allowing 3 hits, no runs while striking out 5 Panther batters to earn the 5-0 win. Wyatt Duthu took over ... Full Story »

Bell Girls Track team comes out on top at Chiefland

The Lady Bulldog track team came in first overall in the Chiefland meet Monday March 4 with 174 points. Kerrisa Grieves came in first in the 100 meter dash, and 200 meter dash. Emma Boyette placed second in the 400 meter dash. Rayanah Mkuu placed second in the 1600 meter dash, and first in the 3200 meter run. In the ... Full Story »

Trenton softball tops GHS 2-1

by Todd Bryant The THS Softball team traveled to Gainesville High on Friday to play the #5 ranked 7A Hurricanes. Darian Ingram would take the mound for the Tigers and Alissa Humphries would take the mound for the Hurricanes. These are two of the best prep softball pitchers in North Florida. Both of them had a great night. Ingram struck ... Full Story »

Bell Varsity Boys Win Class 1A District Title

By Jennifer Townsend The Bell Varsity Boys Basketball team entered district playoffs having to face Bronson and Chiefland. With a season record of 1-1 against both teams, it seemed the games would be good matchups. The Bulldogs proved otherwise with their well- directed, fast paced offence and an unstoppable defense. The Bulldogs had no problem handling either team, defeating the ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers open regular season with 3 wins

By Todd Bryant The Trenton girls traveled to Williston for the opening game of the 2019 regular softball season on February 19. The Tigers would take on the Red Devils on a cold, windy night. Trenton was able to start scoring in the first inning and put pressure on Williston. Adrian Ingram led all hitters for the Tigers going 3 ... Full Story »

Tiger baseball tops Hamilton County in season opener

The Trenton Tiger baseball team opened their regular season Monday evening as they defeated Hamilton County 8-2. Trenton’s Trent Becker opened the game for the Tigers on the mound as the junior left-hander pitched 5 innings, striking out 8 with a walk with no runs scored to earn the win. Sam Bryan pitched the final two innings for the Tigers, ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Branford for Final Four birth

The Trenton girls basketball team defeated a challenging Branford Bucs team 53-46 Thursday night to advance to the FHSAA 1A Girls Final Four. This Region 4 Final began cold for the Tigers as the Lady Bucs played their physical games in hopes of defeating Trenton. The Lady Tigers had defeated the Bucs three times previously in regular season and won ... Full Story »

Hooper and Lovelace sign Letters of Intent

Pictured left to right is Kerri Lovelace, Wyatt Lovelace, Coach Ben Jacqmein, Levi Hooper, Kammy Hooper, and Kevin Hooper. On Wednesday, February 6th, Trenton High School’s Wyatt Lovelace and Levi Hooper both signed their letters of intent to play football at the college level. Wyatt will be playing for Warner University in Lake Wales, and Levi will be playing for ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Wildwood in Regional Semi-finals

The Trenton Lady Tigers basketball team advanced to the Regional Finals Tuesday night after winning a hard fought battle, eliminating Wildwood 53-42 Thursday night in the Tiger’s Den. The Lady Tigers held a 27-17 lead at halftime. Wildwood used their inside strengths in the 3rd quarter to outscore the Tigers 10-9 to close the lead to within 6 points. The ... Full Story »

Trenton wins both pre-season softball games

By Todd Bryant Trenton played its two pre season games last week against Lafayette County and Union County. Trenton hosted Lafayette on Thursday and the Tigers were just too much for the Hornets. Darian Ingram threw 5 hitless innings, striking out 10, and Keelie Zingaro hit a solo home run to left center to pace the Tigers to a 10-0 ... Full Story »