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Bell defeats Franklin County for first win of season

By Matthew Harrell In their third game of the regular season, the Bulldogs finally accomplished the two big things they had not accomplished this season: Score a touchdown and win a game. The Bulldogs entered the game as 20-point underdogs to the Franklin County Seahawks Friday night, but they took an 8-0 lead just before the half and never lost ... Full Story »

South Sumter thumps Trenton

The Trenton Tigers traveled to Bushnell Friday night to take on 4A South Sumter. The Raiders jumped out to an early 7-0 lead in the opening period. Sumter added 28 points in the second period to hold a 35-0 edge at halftime. The hosts added a score and extra point in the third period. The Tigers added a score in ... Full Story »

Dixie keeps Tigers scoreless in first half

The Trenton Tigers were shell shocked Friday night as the 2-0 Dixie county Bears defeated Trenton 35-0 in a lightning delayed game that was called off due to the weather Friday night in Trenton. The Bears posted 21 points in the first period followed by 14 points in the second quarter with 302 yards of offense in their second win ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shutout by Atlantic

By Matthew Harrell The Bulldogs offense continued its struggles Friday night as Bell was shut out by Port Orange Atlantic, 34-0, in a lightning-shortened game. Bell got the ball first and went three plays and out and punted the ball away. It took Atlantic just three plays to capitalize as the Sharks found the end zone through the air to ... Full Story »

Bulldogs shut out by Maclay

By Matthew Harrell Bell opened the 2018 regular season by traveling to Tallahassee Friday night to face the Maclay Marauders. The Marauders limited the Bulldogs to just 157 yards of offense on their way to shutting out the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs opened the game with the ball and moved into Maclay territory, but the drive stalled and Bell was forced ... Full Story »

Indians hold Tigers scoreless Friday night

The Trenton Tigers opened their 2018 football regular season Friday night as they fell to Chiefland 41-0. The Tigers are very young in 2018 as new head Coach Ben Jacqmein and his staff are preparing the young athletes for a demanding season. Trenton’s Jacob Guthrie led the Tigers at quarterback as the sophomore had 38 all purpose yards on 13 ... Full Story »

Bell volleyball wins two of three in open

By Matthew Harrell Bell volleyball picked up a pair of wins to open the season last week, defeating 7A Columbia and defending Class 1A runner-up Union County, but falling to Oak Hall to open the season 2-1. Bell hosted Columbia Monday night to open the regular season. Bell got off to a fast start, dominating the first set for a ... Full Story »

Chiefland rolls through Bell in Kickoff Classic

By: Matthew Harrell The 2018 football season got off to the wrong start for Bell Friday when they were shut out by Chiefland, 50-0, in their Kickoff Classic. The Bulldogs struggled to move the ball behind a line that is replacing four of its five starters and had seven drives in which they punted the ball away without gaining a ... Full Story »

Bell Volleyball splits preseason matches

By: Matthew Harrell Looking to build off of last season in which the Bulldogs went undefeated in district play during the regular season and reached the regional semifinals, Bell volleyball hosted five teams in their preseason classic Saturday. Bell hosted Eastside, Gainesville, Columbia, Branford and Oak Hall, but only played Eastside and Gainesville as FHSAA rules only allow teams to ... Full Story »

Josie NesSmith Chosen to Represent 2018 FACA All Star Softball

Submitted Josie NesSmith of Trenton High School was chosen to represent the North team in the 2018 FACA All Star Softball Game held at Florida Southern University in Lakeland on June 1 and 2. The Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) has all star competition for 9 different sports each year.  There were 64 players from the entire state broken up ... Full Story »