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TBA General Meeting

The Trenton Ball Association will hold its annual general meeting on Wednesday, March 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Trenton Middle School commons. The meeting is open to the public. TBA registration forms will be going out to local schools on Thursday, March 12.
For more information, persons may contact Christy Tolson at 358-4980 or Howie Lynch at 635-0610.

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Little League Deadline Extended

The Trenton Area Little League application deadline to play in the Harrison County League has been extended until Friday, March 13. Age groups included are 9-10, 11-12 and 13-17. Application forms can be picked up at area schools. The registration fee for the league is $36. If a uniform is needed, there is an additional cost of $35, which includes a jersey, cap, socks and a belt. Players are responsible

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North Central Pirates Get Sweep In Pittsburg, KS

The North Central Missouri College baseball team got its season off to a solid start on Saturday in Pittsburg, KS, picking up a pair of 4-1 victories, the first over Cloud County Community College and the second over Fort Scott Community College.
vs. Cloud County
The first game of the season saw the Pirates plate two runs in the first inning and two runs in the seventh and that was

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Pirates Sign First Recruit

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The North Central Missouri College baseball program announced its first recruit for the 2015-2016 freshman class this week. Dennis Pogue, an outfielder from Farmington high School, signed a national letter of intent, becoming the newest Pirate in the process. Pictured above are, from left, front row, Denny Pogue (Dennis’ father), Dennis Pogue; back row, Farmington Assistant Coach Josh Hoene, NCMC Head Coach Donnie Hillerman and Farmington Head Coach

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Little League Sign-Ups

Trenton Area Little League is now accepting applications to play on Trenton teams in the Harrison County League. Age groups included are 9-10, 11-12 and 13-17. Application forms can be picked up at area schools and must be returned to the schools by Friday, Feb. 27 with payment. The registration fee for the league is $36. If a uniform is needed, there is an additional cost of $35, which includes

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Little League Coaches Meeting

A meeting will be held for anyone interested in coaching a little league baseball team (ages 9-17) in the Harrison County League this summer. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at Royal Inn Pizza in Trenton. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.
For more information, persons may contact Robert Shields at 660-635-1604 or via email at [email protected]

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NCMC Games Moved

The North Central Missouri College fall baseball scrimmage originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 6, was moved. The games will be played on Tuesday, Sept. 9.
The games will still be contested on Burleigh Grimes Field and the start time remains unchanged at 1 p.m.

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Former NCMC Player Gets First Baseball Win

Former North Central Missouri College pitcher Silas Bohanan earned his first professional win with a 6-1 victory for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals on Wednesday, Aug. 6. Bohanan, a member of the 2011 and 2012 Pirates’ baseball team, threw 2.1 innings in relief to pick up the win.  He allowed no walks or hits and struck out two as the team combined for a no-hitter. Bohanan signed with the St. Louis Cardinals organization as a free agent and had his first outing for the rookie league Cardinals on July 19. To date, Bohanan has appeared in five games and has an ERA of 5.40.   “I am glad to see Silas pitching in a developmental setting,” NCMC Coach Donnie Hillerman said. “I believe it is the right opportunity for him to continue to develop, he has great potential.”

Former North Central Missouri College pitcher Silas Bohanan earned his first professional win with a 6-1 victory for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals on Wednesday, Aug. 6. Bohanan, a member of the 2011 and 2012 Pirates’ baseball team, threw 2.1 innings in relief to pick up the win. He allowed no walks or hits and struck out two as the team combined for a no-hitter. Bohanan signed with the St.

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Blue Jays Still Alive In District Tourney

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Blue Jays’ first baseman Tanner Hudson singles during the second inning of Trenton’s 17-3 district win over Brookfield. Hudson had three hits in the game.

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Blue Jays’ first baseman Tanner Hudson singles during the second inning of Trenton’s 17-3 district win over Brookfield. Hudson had three hits in the game.

The Trenton Blue Jays AAA American Legion baseball team isn’t quite done playing yet. After a first-round loss in the district tournament, Trenton bounced back on Tuesday night with a 17-3 slugging of Brookfield at Burleigh Grimes Field in Trenton.
The win,

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