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Rough Third Quarter Leads To 57-52 Loss For Lady Bulldogs

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs hit the end of the road in the Hamilton Tournament, suffering their second loss in as many nights. Trenton dropped their consolation semifinal match-up with Polo on Wednesday night, 57-52.
Much like the opening round game, Trenton wasted a solid first-half effort with a bad third quarter. After jumping out to a 17-12 lead in the first quarter and maintaining a five-point lead into halftime, Polo

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NCMC Lands Weydert

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Jaclyn Weydert of Brookfield High School has signed a national letter of intent to join the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates softball program. She is a third baseman and catcher and was a first team all-conference and second team all-state selection this past season. Weydert was also named to the academic all-state team twice. She is pictured above, seated with her parents Jason and Jonna Weydert. Also

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Hilsabeck Signs With NCMC

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Allison Hilsabeck of Barnard has joined the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates softball team, signing a national letter of intent to join the program this fall. Hilsabeck, a pitcher, was a first team all-conference and first team all-district selection for three years and a second-team all-region selection this past season, all with South Nodaway High School. Pictured are, from left, front row, David Carroll, Mike Hilsabeck (Allison’s

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R-5 Girls Advance, Boys Fall

The Grundy R-5 Lady Panthers will be playing for a consolation title after defeating Hale 53-44 Wednesday night at the Meadville Tournament. The Grundy R-5 boys, however, are done at the tournament after dropping their consolation semifinal game to Bucklin-Macon County, 45-38.
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The Grundy girls looked like the far better team in the first quarter, running up a 12-3 lead, but that dissipated quickly as Hale roared back

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Cook Scores 1,000th Point In Win

The Tri-County High School boys basketball team picked up a 60-59 win over Union Star on Wednesday night in the consolation semifinals of the Gilman City Tournament.
The game was close throughout with Tri-County leading by a single point after the first quarter and at halftime. The teams were tied at 42-42 entering the fourth quarter, where the Mustangs regained the one-point advantage to win by the slimmest of margins.

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THS Names Students Of The Quarter

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton High School Students of the Quarter for the second quarter include, from left, freshman Lathan Croy, sophomore Mickenzey Willey, junior Lexie Tolson and senior Trent Crawford.

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Trenton High School Students of the Quarter for the second quarter include, from left, freshman Lathan Croy, sophomore Mickenzey Willey, junior Lexie Tolson and senior Trent Crawford.

Students of the Quarter at Trenton High School have been announced for the second quarter.
One student is chosen from each class every quarter by faculty, based on the criteria of citizenship, leadership, participation and academics. A student can only

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THS Alumni Planning Meeting Is Sunday

The annual planning meeting of the Trenton High School Alumni Association will be held on Sunday, Feb. 1 in the THS Commons.
Special honor classes are especially encouraged to send representatives, however, all classes are invited to attend. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. and persons are asked to enter on the west side of the high school building. Class mailing lists will be distributed at the meeting with

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KCC Closed For Floor Maintenance

The Ketcham Community Center on the NCMC campus will be closed Saturday and Sunday, due to floor maintenance.
The KCC will re-open on Monday, Feb. 2 at 5 a.m. for its regular hours.

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County Spelling Bee Is Tuesday, Feb. 2

The 35th annual Grundy County Spelling Bee will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3 at the Pleasant View R-6 School gymnasium.
Two students and one alternate from the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade classes in the Trenton R-9, Pleasant View R-6, Laredo R-7, Spickard R-2 and Grundy R-5 school districts are scheduled to participate in the spelling bee. The top two finishers will then compete at

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