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D.A.W.G.S. Play Pirates

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Members of the Junior DAWGS Special Olympics basketball team got the chance to compete against members of the North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team on Tuesday night at the First Christian Church gym in Trenton. The ‘celebrity’ basketball game marked the end of the Dawgs basketball season, which saw them compete at both regionals in Maryville and sectionals in Kansas City. The Junior Dawgs are coached by

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Three Players, One Coach Named To All-District Team

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton High School basketball players named to the MSSA All-Northwest District Basketball Team included, from left, McKinley Hurley, Whitley Richman and Cree Mullenix. Not pictured is Brian Upton, who was named the girls’ Class 3 Coach of the Year.

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Trenton High School basketball players named to the MSSA All-Northwest District Basketball Team included, from left, McKinley Hurley, Whitley Richman and Cree Mullenix. Not pictured is Brian Upton, who was named the girls’ Class 3 Coach of the Year.

The Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association released it All-Northwest District basketball team today and Trenton High School was well represented. On the girls’ Class 3 team, sophomore Whitley

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Pleasant View Splits With Chula

The Pleasant View fifth and sixth grade basketball teams split games with Chula last week, winning the girls’ contest 20-4, but dropping the boys’ game 12-11.
In girls action, Teya Cooksey and Natalie Ricker led Pleasant View with six points each. For the Pleasant View boys it was Chase Otto leading the way with nine points.
Prior to the Chula games, Pleasant View earned a sweep of Newtown-Harris, winning the

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Kim English Basketball Camp

The Kim English Basketball Camp will be returning to Chillicothe this summer. English will host the camp at the Chillicothe Middle School Fieldhouse on July 13-14. The two-day camp is co-ed and open to students entering grades 3-12 this fall.
The cost of the camp is $80 and includes a t-shirt, basketball and autograph and picture session with the coaches and players. Teams that enroll with 10 or more players

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Thirkield, Woodson Sign On With CMU

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Tyrell Thirkield and Jory Woodson signed national letters of intent on Tuesday to continue their basketball playing careers with Central Methodist University. Pictured are, from left, front row, Thirkield, CMU Head Coach Jeff Sherman, Woodson; back row, NCMC Assistant Coach Jeremy Esry and NCMC Head Coach Steve Richman.

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Tyrell Thirkield and Jory Woodson signed national letters of intent on Tuesday to continue their basketball playing careers with Central Methodist University. Pictured are, from left, front row, Thirkield, CMU Head Coach Jeff Sherman, Woodson; back row, NCMC Assistant Coach Jeremy Esry and NCMC Head Coach Steve Richman.

North Central Missouri College is sending two men’s basketball players on to a four-year school in Tyrell Thirkield and

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Winter Sports Teams Honored At Banquet

The annual Trenton Winter Sports Banquet was held on Tuesday night in the THS commons honoring players, managers, cheerleaders and mascots for the winter sports teams. Both the boys and girls basketball and wrestling teams were honored for their accomplishments this past season.
Girls Basketball
The Trenton girls basketball team finished the season at 12-14. The Lady Bulldogs earned a third-place trophy at the Gallatin Tournament but were dealt a

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Seventh Grade Teams Wraps Up Winter Schedule

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The Trenton seventh-grade girls’ basketball traveling team completed its winter schedule over the weekend. The team played in tournaments in Missouri, Kansas and Iowa during its schedule, placing first in St. Joseph and second in Creston, IA, Moberly and Chillicothe. Members of the team included, from left, front row, Kennedy Norton, Kendall Crowley, Haley Kidd, McKayla Blackburn; back row, Maci Moore, Allena Allen, Lexi Whitaker, Maci Henson and

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Laredo, Grundy Split

The Laredo and Grundy R-5 fifth and sixth grade basketball teams squared off Monday night with Grundy winning the girls’ game 10-8 and Laredo winning the boys’ game 22-6.
In girls action, Grundy was paced by Abigail Mathews. who had six points. Chandler Lynch, Rebecca Urich, Grace Larson and Haven Burress all had two points each for Laredo. Boys’ action saw Cooper Lewis and Logan Foster score eight points each

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Pleasant View Splits With Tri-Co.

The Pleasant View fifth and sixth grade basketball teams drew a split with Tri-County on the final night of the Grundy Elementary Tournament. The Lady Blue Jays fell 11-9 in overtime and the Pleasant View boys picked up a 16-10 win.
In the girls’ game, Teya Cooksey led Pleasant View with seven points. Megan Spencer added two points. For Tri-County, Shelbi Dickenson scored seven points and Lexi Wyant and Taylor

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