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2020 Trenton Varsity Football Team

Top row, left to right: Coach Jacob Ertzberger , Coach Chet Normand, Coach Wendell Roberts, Coach Wes Lackey, Coach Lyle Wilkerson, Head Coach Bill Wiles, Coach Terry Parrish, Coach Hunter Parrish, Coach John Perry , and Trainer Joe Schildwachter. Fifth row, left to right: Angel Garcia, Todd Bass, Kolby Wright, Blain Dorsett, Clayton Bass, Jonah Johnson, Nathan Michael, Curtis McConnell. ... Full Story »

2020 Bell Varsity Football Team

Standing, left to right, Coach John Oslager, Coach Jared Thomas, Head Coach Joey Whittington, Colby Herring, Marc Exendine, Jayson Marino, Marley Padilla, Tanner Potts, Connor Strickland, Landon Johnson, Caden Hastings, Rhett Rankin, Blake Carpenter, Jordan Hernandez, Trent Steedley, Cory Tuten, Ty Powell, Lindsey Hutson, Johann Peterson, Waylen McCumber, Luke Rewis, Will Fuller, Tommy Riordan, Coach Rick Carnley, and Coach Troy ... Full Story »

THS graduate Kaitlyn Scelzi accepted an acrobatics and tumbling scholarship with Arizona Christian University

Kaitlyn Scelzi will be going to Arizona Christian University as a junior to receive her bachelor’s degree in Biology. She will then apply to medical school. Kaitlyn is the daughter of Chris and Janice Scelzi and granddaughter of Nancy and Buddy Kight. Kaitlyn earned her AA from Florida Gateway College while dual enrolled at Trenton High School. Kaitlyn’s first day ... Full Story »

Bell’s Kerrisa Grieves qualifies for the Junior Olympic Games

Kerrisa Grieves (pictured above) will be traveling down to the Space Coast (Satellite Beach) to compete with some of best athletes in the country in the 54th Annual Junior Olympics. Kerrisa, who graduated from Bell High school this year, has been training hard to be able to qualify for these games. For the last few years while running for the ... Full Story »

Hunter Johns Signs to play College Basketball

Riverside Christian School star athlete, Hunter Johns signs to play college basketball at Word of Life Bible Institute in Pottersville, New York in the USCAA Division. Hunter becomes the second athlete to sign to play a sport in college from Riverside Christian. Hunter has been a member of the football and basketball teams at Riverside Christian over the last four ... Full Story »

Trenton Quarterback Club Fishing Tournament a big success Saturday

According to Coach Bill Wiles the 2020 Trenton Quarterback Club’s Fishing Tournament held on Saturday, June 20 in the Town of Suwannee was a big success. Owen Prince and Ron Corbett of Suwannee Marina and Bill’s Fish Camp hosted the tournament. Friday night’s Calcutta was incredible with lots of support for the Trenton Tiger’s football team. There was a total ... Full Story »

Duthu appointed to United States Coast Guard Academy Scholarship Program

Wyatt Duthu, a 2020 Trenton High School graduate, received and accepted an appointment to the United States Coast Guard Academy Scholars Program. Wyatt will attend Prep School at Marion Military Institute in Alabama next year and will complete his education and training at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Wyatt plans to pursue a Bachelors of Science in ... Full Story »

Madison Bost has scholarship to play Soccer at Edward Waters College

Madison Bost, 2020 Senior from Bell High School, will be one of the first young women to play soccer for a college after graduating from a Gilchrist County School. While attending Bell High Bost was a member of FCA and FFA. She was a part of the Bell High Track Team and played soccer. She was also the 2019 homecoming ... Full Story »

Jonathon Neudert receives a scholarship to play Soccer

Bell High School is very proud to announce that Jonathon Neudert, a 2020 graduate, has received a scholarship to play soccer at Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Florida. Neudert will be playing for the Eagles during their 2020 fall soccer season. While attending Bell High School Neudert played both football and soccer. He also enjoyed being a part of the ... Full Story »

FHSAA ends all Spring Sports — Coach Bryant Comments

On Monday, April 20, 2020, the FHSAA made the announcement that there would be no further spring sports played for the remainder of the  2019-2020 school year. The announcement ended the hopes of athletes of not only Gilchrist County but all fans in North Central Florida for competing for a championship in their respected spring sports which include baseball, softball ... Full Story »