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Trenton girls finish with 21-6 record

The Mayo Hornets defeated the Trenton girls basketball team Thursday night in the Region 3 semi-finals in Trenton. The Lady Tigers played well enough to take a 27-21 lead at intermission. In the second half the Hornets took the momentum of this game and built a 41-37 lead that they never relinquished before taking a 56-47 win. The second half ... Full Story »

Hilliard slams Trenton to win District 6 boys Basketball Title

The Trenton Tigers jumped out to a great start as they took a 15-12 first quarter lead over the top seed Hilliard Red Flashes in the District 6 Title game Friday night in Ft. White. The Red Flashes picked up the pace in the second quarter as they outscored the Tigers 29-12 to take a 41-27 lead into halftime. The ... Full Story »

Trenton Girls win District 6 Basketball Crown

The Trenton Lady Tigers Basketball team won their 5th straight District Title Saturday night by defeating the Branford Lady Bucs 55-47 in Tiger gym. Trenton’s Janiyah King was selected the Lady Tigers Player of the Game. The junior forward shot 19 points and pulled down 19 total rebounds to anchor the Tiger’s inside game. The Bucs challenged the Lady Tigers, ... Full Story »

Trenton Ladies Soccer ends with a Winning Season

Trenton Ladies Soccer ends the season with a winning overall record of 8 wins, 6 losses and 1 tie.  Top scorer was 7th grader Nevaeh Pogue with 33 goals and second top scorer was 10th grader Zoe Marin with 15 goals.  The team had tremendous growth in their skills and abilities to work as a team.  We should all be ... Full Story »

Interlachen upsets Lady Tigers in last regular season game

The Trenton Tigers hosted the Interlachen Lady Rams on Friday night, as the Tigers were defeated 59-57 in their final home game of the season. Trenton’s Janiyah King was selected the Lady Tiger’s Player of the Game. The outstanding junior forward shot 22 points and pulled down 14 total rebounds to lead the Tigers’ effort. The Tigers played this entire ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Oak Hall in Gainesville

The Trenton girls basketball team improved their regular season record to 19-4 Thursday night by defeating the Oak Hall Eagles. The Lady Tigers battled back from behind as they were trailing 14-13 at the end of the first period and 22-21 at halftime. In the third period the Tigers outscored the Eagles 14-8 to take a 35-30 lead into the ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Oak Hall

Trenton girls defeat Oak Hall of Gainesville to improve to 18-4 overall. The Lady Tigers welcomed the Oak Hall Eagles to Tigers’ gym on Friday night, January 24, as they soundly defeated the visitors 59-46. The Lady Tigers’ Samarie McHenry was selected the Player of the Game as the junior forward shot 20 points and pulled down 18 rebounds in ... Full Story »

Wildwood defeats Trenton in overtime

The Trenton Lady Tigers traveled to No. 1 ranked Wildwood Wildcats on Thursday night, January 23, and battled through an overtime before losing 68-60. This was a game that turned into a high spirited competition as the two teams exchanged the lead numerous times. Trenton held a 28-26 lead at halftime as Wildwood scored 28 second half points to tie ... Full Story »

Trenton takes district match over Branford

The Trenton Lady Tigers took a District 6 game from host Branford Tuesday night, January 21, as they defeated the Lady Bucs 72-40. The Tigers selected Samarie McHenry as the Player of the Game for Trenton. The junior forward shot 19 points, and collected 18 rebounds for the Lady Tigers in the victory over Branford. The Lady Tigers came out ... Full Story »

Bell High School 2019-2020 Girls Soccer

Left to right, back row: Assistant Coach Amy Certain, Sabrina Holmes, Faith Leffler, Rosalyn McDowell, Bertha Sutterfield, Irene Jimenez, Breanna Milan, Jacqueline McDowell, Madisin Bost, Adriana Vasquez, Emma Boyette, Meylin Reyes, Summer Fischer and Head Coach Jason Smith. Front row: Sophie Johnson, Susannah Gray, Sharma Hendrix, Hailey Johnson, Kylie Herndon, Tori Tuten and Roxie Ross. Not Pictured: Mel Piechocki. Full Story »