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Madison County hammers Bell 61-0

By Matthew Harrell Madison County played its first district game as a 1A school Friday night after moving down from 4A in the offseason. The Cowboys still looked like a 4A football team as they dominated the Bulldogs in their 1A debut. Madison County entered the game with a 1-3 record, but their three losses were to Wakulla, the sixth-ranked ... Full Story »

Tigers will face Dixie Friday night

The Trenton Tigers will begin their District 7 1A season Friday night as they cross the river to meet the (2-1) Dixie County Bears. The Tigers have had a year to think about the 48-25 loss to the Bears which ended the Tigers 22 game home winning streak in 2014. The Tigers are now a member of the new District ... Full Story »

Trenton makes statement in 48-13 win over PSJ

“I am real proud of our guys in the statement performance they made here Friday night over Port St Joe,” Head Coach Andrew Thomas said. He told the Tigers this was a big game, but now the season starts, as the District 7 1A schedule will get underway September 25 in Cross City as the Tigers face the 1-1 Dixie ... Full Story »

Trenton Tigers roll past Bell Bulldogs 50-0

For the second consecutive week, Trenton’s football game was delayed because of a power outage. For the second consecutive week, Trenton’s football team put up half-a-hundred as the Tigers pounded Bell in the annual rivalry game. Full Story »

Trenton rolls by Duval Charter

The Trenton Tigers got off to a late start Friday night as a transformer power failure knocked out the lights in The Jungle. Duke Energy saved the game, as they were on hand to get power back on the field allowing the game to be played. The Tigers defeated the Panthers 50-16 in a non-district regular season opener. Full Story »

Bulldogs blank Bronson 33-0

Bell scored just 20 seconds into the game and stifled the Eagles’ offense en route to a 33-0 win over Bronson Friday night. The Bulldogs recovered a muffed punt and intercepted a pass, while dominating the Eagles’ run game on defense and prevented Bronson from mounting any offense. Offensively, Bell was able to move the ball and control the clock ... Full Story »

2015 BHS Volleyball

Coach Lisa Barry’s perspective on the 2015 season: How many years have you coached volleyball at BHS?  This will be my third year. Record last season: 24-4 Number of players this year: 10 Number of seniors: 3 --- Players to watch:  Ashton Mathews, MB, Senior, is the sole returning starter and will be a key player in our game plan. Ashton had ... Full Story »

2015 THS Volleyball

Coach Ginger Fuller’s perspective on the 2015 season: How many years have you coached volleyball at THS? This is my first year. Number of players this year: 14 Number of seniors: 7 --- Players to watch: I’m not willing to point them out, I’m so sorry. I expect everyone to contribute. If I didn’t think they could contribute they wouldn’t be on the ... Full Story »

Fall Football Preview

Coach Andrew Thomas’ perspective on the season: How many years have you coached at Trenton? 5 Overall record at THS: 46-5 Record last season: 10-2 Number of Tiger players: 44 Number of seniors: 17 Starting quarterback: Michael Smith --- Full Story »

Trenton defeats Lake Weir for 7on7 title

By John M Ayers The Trenton Tigers hosted the Third Annual Melon Town Showdown 7on7 football tournament on Saturday as they welcomed Bell, Newberry, Florida High, Hamilton County, and Lake Weir to The Jungle for an action packed day of high school football. The Trenton Tiger team members and coaches won the championship 34-6 over Lake Weir in the 3rd ... Full Story »