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Bell Track Team does well at Suwannee Track and Field Invitational

Submitted After completing victories over Chiefland, Cedar Key, and Branford, the Bell High School Runnin’ Bulldogs Track teams ended the week with a great showing at the 26th Suwannee Track and Field Invitational. The Lady Bulldogs Team finished 2nd out of 9 teams, defeating teams from Santa Fe, Wakulla, Union County, The Rock School, and Taylor County just to name ... Full Story »

Tony Marangoni participates in Capital City Games

Submitted On Saturday, March 4, 2017 in Tallahassee, the Capital City Games were held. This event drew 300-400 athletes from 55 years old to 84 years old. Leon (Tony) Marangoni, 68, of Spring Ridge and also a Volunteer Firefighter with Gilchrist County Fire Rescue, competed in three different events. Tony was very successful. “I was very impressed and happy for Tony” ... Full Story »

Tigers top GHS and Union County to improve to 4-0

The Trenton Tiger baseball team improved their record to 4-0 last week with wins over Gainesville High School and Union County High School. The Tigers were in Gainesville on Tuesday to take on the 7A Purple Hurricanes at Tiny Talbot Field. Trenton posted a 4 run first inning to take an early lead and never looked back. The Tigers’ Landon ... Full Story »

Bulldogs upset defending state champions in 2-1 week

By Matthew Harrell In the span of a week, the Bell Bulldogs defeated the winners of the last three Class 1A baseball state championships. The Bulldogs opened last week by hosting the Newberry Panthers Monday night. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Levi Ferguson scored when Clay Hutto reached base on an error. Later, ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers take two on the road

The Lady Tiger Softball team traveled to Baldwin on Monday, Feb 27th, to take on the Indians.  Trenton started Eighth grader Darian Ingram on the mound.  Ingram, throwing a rise ball and curve ball, struck out 8 hitters in 5 innings of work, giving up 2 hits, 3 walks, and no runs.  Offensively, the Tigers pounded out 13 hits and ... Full Story »

Bell Bulldog JV Baseball Team

The 2017 Bell Bulldog JV baseball team is pictured. Back row, left to right: Johnathon Walls, Nicholas Walls, Gage Slayton, Avery Allen and Jordan Hernandez. Middle row Brock Lewis, Joey Pinna, Colton Hastings and Hunter Langford. Front row: Matthew Martin and Caden Hastings. Assistant Coach is Kevin Lewis and Head Coach is Matthew Harrell.   Full Story »

Bell baseball defeats Williston in season opener

By Matthew Harrell Levi Ferguson drove in a run on a fielder’s choice and Andrew Harrell stole home, with Ferguson scoring on the resulting passed ball, as Bell used a three-run fifth inning to upset Williston 5-2 Friday night. Kason Carr opened the game by throwing three scoreless innings before Williston scored two runs in the top of the fourth ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers scratch out two tough wins last week

By John Ayers The Trenton Lady Tigers Softball team earned two tough wins over Oak Hall and Branford last week on the road. The Lady Tigers defeated Oak Hall 11-1 and Branford 9-4 in a District 7 1A battle. Trenton started Darian Ingram on the mound. The eighth grader pitched four innings giving up three hits and three walks striking ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers softball earn two District 7 wins

The Trenton Lady Tigers Softball team traveled to District 7 opponent Bronson on Monday, February 13. Trenton opened the game with junior, Josie NesSmith on the mound. She pitched four innings, giving up 3 hits, 3 walks, and 1 earned run while striking out three batters. Regan Couch, a sophomore took over to relieve NesSmith as she pitched two great ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers basketball ends season at 25-4, lose to Wildwood

The Trenton Lady Tigers basketball team had a fantastic season as they finished their 2016-2017 season at 25-4, District 7 1A champs going 13-0 in District play. The Lady Tigers traveled to Wildwood Tuesday night to play the No 1 ranked Lady Wildcats and were defeated 55-38. In this game the Lady Tigers played tough as their defense kept the ... Full Story »