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Taria Liles of Bell signs with Florida Gateway College

On January 19, 2021 Taria Kali Liles of Bell, signed her national letter of intent to play volleyball at Florida Gateway College. The 6’1” outside hitter leaves Bell High School with 940 Career kills over 500 digs and over 150 aces. She will be leaving with a 78-12 record, two finals appearances, two final fours, three regional finals, and three ... Full Story »

2020-2021 Trenton Middle School Boys Basketball Team

Left to right, standing: William Davis-Soto, Mason VunCannon, Noah Owens, Lukys Benson, Wyatt Vanlandingham, and Kenden Heaton. Seated: Rylan Woodall, Clark Hausner, Javon Hampton, and Braylon Ford. Not pictured: Zaiden Bon, Dawson Perry, and Lucas Klinkenberg. Full Story »

Four Trenton Seniors prepare to play college softball

On Thursday night, January 21, four Lady Tiger softball players signed letters of commitment to play softball at the college level. Adrian and Darian Ingram will play for Florida Atlantic University, Keeli Zingaro will play for Stetson University, and Lillian Wilkerson will play for Florida Gulf Coast University. The Gilchrist County Woman’s Clubhouse was filled up as friends and family ... Full Story »

Jacob Guthrie signs with Santa Fe College

Jacob Guthrie has played baseball each year at Trenton High School since the 6th grade. He moved up to varsity and started in the 8th grade when they won the 2017 state championship. His catch in the bottom of the 7th inning of the State Championship game was a memory nobody will forget. He has played on the varsity team ... Full Story »

2020-2021 Lady Bulldogs Basketball Team

Left to right, back row: Sydney Waddle, Scharma Hendrix, Kayla Spigelmyer, Taria Liles, Nicole Shepherd, Kaylee Douglas, Rachel Lovelace, and Stacey Waddle. Front row: Kennedy Walker, Patricia Trantham, Morgan Hodge, Maisey McDonald, Shae Fischer, and Madison Hines Photo by Maddi Sapp Full Story »

Trenton hands Hilliard District loss

The Trenton Lady Tigers girls basketball team improved their District record to 7-0 Saturday afternoon as they defeated the Lady Flashes of Hilliard 55-11. Samarie McHenry was selected as the Lady Tigers Player of the Game as the senior, forward scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in the District 6 1A victory. The Lady Tigers were in control of ... Full Story »

Trenton girls are first place in District 6 1A basketball

The Trenton girls basketball team holds command in the District 6 1A as they defeated Branford 65-37 in Trenton, Friday, January 8. The Tigers Bri Becker was selected the Lady Tigers Player of the Game. The junior, shooting guard had an outstanding outing as she shot 11 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, dished 8 assists, and had 4 steals for the ... Full Story »

Riverside Christian wins State 6-Man Football Title

By Megan Hall The Riverside Christian Wranglers football team won their second FCSA 6-Man Football Title in three years on Saturday as they defeated Hope Christian Academy, 66-25. The Wranglers won state titles in 2018 and 2020 and was runner-up in 2019. Riverside completes their season with a 11-1 record, and boasts a 33-4 record involving the last three seasons. ... Full Story »

Riverside Wranglers defeat Donahue Catholic for State Title birth

by Megan Hall The Riverside Christian Academy Wranglers upset Donahue Catholic 46-20 Friday night in Naples. The Wranglers secured a birth in the FCSA 6-man state football championship game December 5th in Lakeland. This was a sweet victory for the Wranglers as they were defeated by Donahue in the state title game last season. Donahue has not lost a football ... Full Story »

FGC Cross Country Runner Receives All America Award

Three runners for the Florida Gateway College Women’s Cross Country Team competed last week at the 2020 NJCAA Women’s Half Marathon Championship in Fort Dodge, Iowa. FGC freshman Merlin Leal received the All America Award for finishing in the top 20, placing 19th with a time of 1:49:52.6 in the 13.1-mile race. The distance and weather conditions were an unfamiliar ... Full Story »