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Champions Again: Trenton Girls Win Title

Submitted Photo The Trenton High School girls’ basketball team captured their second-straight Gallatin Tournament title and fourth in the last five years on Saturday, defeating the host school 49-33. Members of the team included, from left, front row, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson, Whitley Richman, Ashten Whitaker, Haley Kidd, McKayla Blackburn; back row, Head Coach Brian Upton, Lexi Whitaker, Saedee Jackson, Sidney Lynch, Salem Croy, Taylor Richman and Assistant Coach John Cowling.

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The Trenton High School girls’ basketball team captured their second-straight Gallatin Tournament title and fourth in the last five years on Saturday, defeating the host school 49-33. Members of the team included, from left, front row, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson, Whitley Richman, Ashten Whitaker, Haley Kidd, McKayla Blackburn; back row, Head Coach Brian Upton, Lexi Whitaker, Saedee Jackson, Sidney Lynch, Salem Croy, Taylor Richman and Assistant Coach John

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North Central Draws Split With John Wood At Home

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Asia Young drives down the floor during the Lady Pirates’ 77-70 victory over John Wood Community College on Saturday at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Young had nine points, two steals and three blocked shots in the  win.

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Asia Young drives down the floor during the Lady Pirates’ 77-70 victory over John Wood Community College on Saturday at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Young had nine points, two steals and three blocked shots in the win.

The North Central Missouri College basketball teams went opposite directions Saturday as the women picked up a 77-70 win over visiting John Wood Community College, but the men

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Trenton Boys Blast Braymer, Get Back Into Title Game

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Connor Cotton shoots and scores during Trenton’s 65-47 semifinal win over Braymer on Thursday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Cotton led Trenton with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

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Connor Cotton shoots and scores during Trenton’s 65-47 semifinal win over Braymer on Thursday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Cotton led Trenton with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

Seniors Spencer Harris and Connor Cotton did all they could – and it was more than enough.
The duo combined for 45 points and 22 rebounds, leading Trenton to an impressive 65-47 victory over the Braymer Bobcats in the

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Trenton Girls Look Better In Semifinal Win

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Salem Croy goes up for two of her 15 points during Trenton’s 61-22 win over Braymer on Thursday night in the Gallatin Tournament semifinals. Croy also added five rebounds and three steals in the win.

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Salem Croy goes up for two of her 15 points during Trenton’s 61-22 win over Braymer on Thursday night in the Gallatin Tournament semifinals. Croy also added five rebounds and three steals in the win.

Just 48 hours earlier, the Trenton High School girls’ basketball team got a big win to open the Gallatin Tournament. But the feeling after the victory was far from one of pride

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TMS Hosts Putnam County

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Kayleigh Snuffer looks to pass during the Trenton Middle School girls’ match-up with Putnam County on Thursday night. Trenton dropped the A girls game 34-27, despite 23 points from Maci Moore, and lost the boys’ A game as well, 31-19. Camdyn Leeper had eight points to pace Trenton’s A boys. In B game action, Trenton fell 25-21 in the girls’ contest and 32-10 in the boys’ game.

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North Central Women’s Streak Snapped

NCMC Men’s Squad Scores A 79-65 Win Over Ellsworth On The Road
new-pirate-logoThe North Central Missouri College basketball teams were on the road on Wednesday night as the women traveled to face Kansas City Kansas Community College and the men were in Iowa Falls, IA, taking on Ellsworth Community College. The women saw their six-game winning streak snapped, falling 88-67, but the men returned home victorious, topping Ellsworth 79-65.
North

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 11-30-16

Polo Girls 58, Gilman City Girls 47
The Gilman City girls were able to run out to a 28-22 first half lead, but a 23-8 Polo run in the third quarter changed the momentum of the game and led to a loss for the Lady Hawks.
Hailey Burrows led Gilman (0-3) with 29 points and 12 rebounds. Haize Wilson added 11 points for the Lady Hawks.
Gilman City will be

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WIRE TO WIRE

Trenton Boys Score First, Never Trail, In 56-35 Rout Of Polo

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Lathan Croy looks ahead to pass after stealing the ball during the Bulldogs’ 56-35 victory over Polo on Tuesday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Croy scored three points, had three steals, two assists and five rebounds in the Bulldogs’ victory.

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Lathan Croy looks ahead to pass after stealing the ball during the Bulldogs’ 56-35 victory over Polo on Tuesday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Croy scored three points, had three steals, two assists and five rebounds in the Bulldogs’ victory.

Just three seconds into Tuesday night’s Gallatin Tournament opener, the Trenton High School boys’ basketball team

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Trenton Overcomes Bad Quarter, Wins Big

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Whitley Richman rises above Polo’s defense for two of her team-high 16 points in Tuesday night’s 52-24 win. Richman also led Trenton with 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists.

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Whitley Richman rises above Polo’s defense for two of her team-high 16 points in Tuesday night’s 52-24 win. Richman also led Trenton with 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists.

The Trenton High School girls’ basketball team endured one of the rougher stretches a team can go through in the second quarter of Tuesday night’s opener at the Gallatin Tournament. But those eight agonizing minutes were far

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