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Lady Tigers advance to 20-3

The Trenton Lady Tigers basketball team went 2-1 to improve their record to 20-3 and 12-0 in District 7 1A. On Tuesday, January 17 the Lady Tigers hosted the fifth ranked 4A PK Yonge Lady Blue Wave. The Lady Tigers played well early on, but was unable to slow the Blue Wave as they defeated the Lady Tigers 72-50. Trenton ... Full Story »

Bulldogs handle Cedar Key, wear down Trenton

(Photo by Donny Joiner Photography)   By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs improved their overall record to 16-1 and their district record to 10-0 after picking up two wins last week. The Bulldogs cruised to a 65-26 win over the Cedar Key Sharks and overcame a slow start to defeat the Trenton Tigers 62-46. On Tuesday, the Bulldogs hosted Cedar ... Full Story »

Trenton girls improve to 18-2

(Photo by Donny Joiner Photography)   By John Ayers The Lady Tigers girls basketball team improved their regular season record to 18-2 last week as they defeated Bell, a District 7 opponent 70-19 in Trenton Friday night. The Lady Tigers used their dominating aggressive play to jump out to a 31-5 edge at the end of the first period. The ... Full Story »

Trenton girls take two District 7 wins last week

By John Ayers The Lady Tiger girl’s basketball team jumped into the New Year with a bang Friday night by defeating Bronson on the road 74-8. The Tigers also defeated district foe Chiefland on Monday night 60-21 in Chiefland. The Lady Tigers scored 49-points in the first half as the Tigers Defense allowed the Eagles to score only 6 points ... Full Story »

Bulldogs fall for first time, pick up two district wins

By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs returned to the court last week after a two-week break. Bell failed to overcome a slow start in their first game of 2017, falling to fifth-ranked Hawthorne before handling two district opponents to remain unbeaten in district play. The Bulldogs opened the new year by traveling to Hawthorne to face the Hornets in a ... Full Story »

Trenton Middle School Girls Basketball Team

Trenton Middle School Lady Tigers basketball team, left to right, front row: Emerie Woodall, Bri Becker, Madisson Jones, Shaylyn Parrish, Kylie Smith, and Kendra Perry. Back row: Jaden Riess, Daisha Smith, Laina Teague, Chloe Wilkerson, Nikki Fuller, Ansley Buck, and Jakayla Hogan.   Full Story »

Bulldogs handle Branford, hold off Lafayette to win Christmas tournament

By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs are 12-0 and number one in class 1A after winning their Christmas tournament last week. The Bulldogs cruised to a 59-20 win against Branford and survived Lafayette’s upset bid with a 59-52 win in the championship game. The Bulldogs took on Branford in their first game of the tournament. In the first quarter, nine ... Full Story »

Trenton girls win SAMCO tournament

The Trenton girls’ basketball team dominated the Hamilton County Lady Trojans to win the championship in the SAMCO-Smith Asset Management Company Lady Tigers Christmas invitational basketball tournament. In the championship game, Trenton jumped out to a 17-2 run in the first period and a 13-9 advantage in the second quarter to take a 30-11 lead at halftime. The two teams ... Full Story »

Trenton’s Montrez Jackson leads Gray team to victory in 352 Pigskins All-Stars game

The inaugural 352 Pigskin Report All-Star Classic football game had a fantastic finish, as the Gray team held on for a 12-7 win over the Black squad on Thursday night at Trinity Catholic High School in Ocala.  Trenton High School’s Montrez Jackson led the Gray team with an All-Star performance. “It is an honor to have had three of our ... Full Story »

Bulldogs wear out Dixie County, blow out Trenton, improve to 10-0

Photo by Donny Joiner Photography   By Matthew Harrell The Bell Bulldogs added two district wins to their ledger last week, defeating Dixie County and Trenton, and improved their overall record to 10-0. On Tuesday, the Bulldogs traveled to Cross City to take on Dixie County in the last game of a six-game road trip. Ian Townsend hit a three ... Full Story »