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Trenton Little League Football

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The Trenton Little League football teams, made up of 41 fifth and sixth graders, opened their season on Saturday, Sept. 24 against Milan. The team will be at home again this Saturday, playing host to Schuyler County and Princeton. The games are scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. The Little Leaguers are at home again on Oct. 8 against Macon and on the road in Kirksville on

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Week 3 Power Points Results

Susan Patterson of Trenton was the week three winner of the Power Points contest. Patterson collected 125 points to claim the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Frank Keith of Harmony, PA was the $500 grand prize winner after collecting 131 points.
Local sponosrs of the Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, ServeLink, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Chumbley’s and Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri.

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Football Preview Week 7: Trenton @ Polo

picture-2The Trenton High School football team will get its toughest Grand River Conference test to date on Friday when the Bulldogs travel south to take on the Polo Panthers.
Both Trenton and Polo entered the season as projected frontrunners for the conference title, along with Maysville. Trenton has held up its end of the bargain, running a 4-0 mark within the conference, but Polo, after a 2-0 start within the

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TMS Falls To Princeton, 8-0

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Trenton running back Quincy Griffin shakes off a Princeton defender during the middle school football team’s 8-0 loss to Princeton on Tuesday night at C.F. Russell Stadium. Griffin rushed for 19 yards in the loss and caught one pass for eight yards. The TMS squad will look to bounce back next Tuesday, playing host to Maysville at 6 p.m.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
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Bulldog Cards Still Available

Trenton Quarterback Club Bulldog cards are still available for purchase.
The cards cost $10 and are available at Hardee’s, Hometown Pharmacy, both TNT Convenience stores and the Republican-Times. For more information, persons may contact Angela Dugan at 359-7620.

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May Wins Week 2 Power Points

Todd May of Galt is the local winner of the Power Points contest for week 2. May collected 104 points to win the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Hayden DeVico of Johnstown, PA grabbed 118 points to win the $500 grand prize.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest are Hy-Vee, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, TNT Convenience, Chumbley’s, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri and ServeLink.

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MAKING A STAND

Trenton Roars Past South Harrison, 42-14

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton’s defense stands up South Harrison’s Brandon Haffey at the three-yard line on fourth and goal late in the first quarter of Friday night’s contest in Bethany. The stop turned the momentum of the game as Trenton went on to win 42-14.

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Trenton’s defense stands up South Harrison’s Brandon Haffey at the three-yard line on fourth and goal late in the first quarter of Friday night’s contest in Bethany. The stop turned the momentum of the game as Trenton went on to win 42-14.

Three yards stood between South Harrison and the end zone. Three yards separated the home team from taking its

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Trenton QB Club Meeting

The Trenton Quarterback Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in the Trenton High School coaches’ room.
All parents are encouraged to attend, especially those of senior players as this will be the final meeting before Senior Night on Oct. 7
For more information, persons may contact Angela Dugan at 359-7620.

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Punt, Pass & Kick Results

The Green Hills Recreation Association held a Punt, Pass & Kick competition at C.F. Russell Stadium on Sept. 18. A total of 19 participants took part in the event.
Winners from the event included: Josie Sparks of Kearney, girls 8-9; Serenity Sparks of Kearney, girls 10-11; Maci Moore of Trenton, girls 12-13; Chase Evans of Princeton, boys 6-7; Clay Evans of Princeton, boys 8-9; and Jake Schmadeke of Trenton, boys

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