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Trenton JV Picks Up Win, Freshmen Fall

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jarren King puts up a shot during the freshman game between the Bulldogs and Cameron Monday night. King scored eight points in the 52-21 freshman loss. Trenton won the JV game 37-20.

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Jarren King puts up a shot during the freshman game between the Bulldogs and Cameron Monday night. King scored eight points in the 52-21 freshman loss. Trenton won the JV game 37-20.

The Trenton High School boys’ freshman and junior varsity teams stepped on the floor for the first time Monday night, playing host to Cameron. The visitors took the freshman game 52-21, but Trenton bounced back

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TMS Teams Take Three Of Four On The Road In Chillicothe

The Trenton Middle School basketball teams were in action Monday night, playing on the road in Chillicothe. Trenton picked up a pair of wins on the girls side as the B girls won 48-44 in overtime and the A girls won 48-17. In boys action Trenton drew a split, winning the A game 45-36 and losing the B game 47-11.
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Trenton’s B girls got things going, picking up

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TMS Takes Two Over Carrollton

The Trenton Middle School basketball teams played host to Carrollton Friday night. Trenton took the girls’ game 34-21 and won the boys’ game 28-15.
The Lady Bulldogs improved to 5-0 on the season with the win. Trenton had 24 steals in the win and tallied 11 assists on 15 baskets.
The boys moved to 3-2 on the year and were led by nine points each from Jadan Whitney and Carson 

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Grundy Sweeps North Harrison

The Grundy R-5 Junior High School basketball teams picked up a sweep of North Harrison on Friday night on the road in Eagleville. Grundy won the girls’ game 34-18 and won the boys’ contest 23-22.
Morgan Axtell led the Lady Panthers (7-3) with 17 points while Alissa Webb and Aubrey Gann scored eight and six points respectively. Bryson Gann and Austin Eckert each scored seven points to lead the Grundy

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NCMC Men Win Again, Women Fall

The North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team continued to roll on Saturday, picking up its fourth win in a row with a 75-74 victory over Johnson County Community College at home at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton.
The Lady Pirates, however, were dealt a pair of losses at the John Wood Classic in Quincy, IL, falling 76-75 to John Wood Community College on Friday and 81-73 to Danville

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BASKETBALL IS BACK

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Trenton Girls Highlighted By Defense
Friday night marked the unofficial beginning of the high school basketball season as the Trenton Lady Bulldogs were at home, playing host to Savannah and Marceline in jamboree action. Trenton drew a tie with Savannah in the opener, splitting with the Lady Savages 20-20, and closed the evening’s events with an 18-12 victory over Marceline.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Whitley Richman goes up for two points during the Lady Bulldogs’ 18-12 win over Marceline in the final session of Friday’s girls’ jamboree in Trenton. Richman scored 11 total points in the jamboree.

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Whitley Richman goes up for two points

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Half Price Pirates’ Game

The North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team will be at home Saturday for a men’s-only match-up with Johnson County Community College. The game is set to tip off at 4 p.m. at the Ketcham Community Center.
With only one game scheduled, admission to the contest will be half price. The Pirates roll into the match-up with Johnson County as winners of their last three straight games and boast a

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TMS Girls Win Title, Boys Come Up Short

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson The Trenton Lady Bulldogs captured first place in the Princeton Middle School Tournament with a 52-12 win over Gallatin in the championship game Thursday night. Members of the team are, from left, front row, Werthen Gass, Macie Mayfield, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson; back row, Emma Gilham, Taylor Richman, Sidney Lynch, Saedee Jackson, Karli Provorse and Salem Croy.

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The Trenton Lady Bulldogs captured first place in the Princeton Middle School Tournament with a 52-12 win over Gallatin in the championship game Thursday night. Members of the team are, from left, front row, Werthen Gass, Macie Mayfield, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson; back row, Emma Gilham, Taylor Richman, Sidney Lynch, Saedee Jackson, Karli Provorse and Salem Croy.

The Trenton Middle School basketball teams were in action on

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North Central Teams Score Sweep Of Ellsworth

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Tyrell Thirkield blows past an Ellsworth defender during the Pirates’ 92-82 win Wednesday night in Trenton. Thirkield scored 10 points to go with six assists in the victory.

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Tyrell Thirkield blows past an Ellsworth defender during the Pirates’ 92-82 win Wednesday night in Trenton. Thirkield scored 10 points to go with six assists in the victory.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Imani White doubles back across the court during the Lady Pirates’ 85-45 win over Ellsworth Community College Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center.

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Imani White doubles back across the court during the Lady Pirates’ 85-45 win over Ellsworth Community College Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center.

The North Central Missouri College basketball teams were at home Wednesday night,

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