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Beverlin Hired As Assistant Coach

Former Trenton Bulldog Cree Beverlin will be back on the football sidelines in a coaching capacity this fall. Beverlin will be an assistant coach at South Nodaway High School under newly-hired Head Coach Dan Collins, formerly of Stanberry.
Beverlin was Trenton’s defensive player of the year during his senior season in 2008, leading the Bulldogs with 105 tackles. He was also a starter on the 2007, 11-1 team where he

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Braymer, King City To Play 8 Man

The school boards of Braymer and King City have voted to move to eight-man football beginning with the 2016-2017 school year. As a result, the Eastern and Western divisions of the Grand River Conference, which were divided for softball and basketball, will now be the same for football.
Competing in the Eastern Division will be 11-man football playing schools of Gallatin, Maysville, Milan, Polo, Princeton, Putnam County, South Harrison and

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Trenton QB Club Meeting

The Trenton Quarterback Club will hold a meeting on Thursday at Royal Inn Pizza at 7 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss and vote on a request from Athletic Director Wes Croy and the Trenton R-9 School District to help financially with the new scoreboard and end zone time clocks.
The quarterback club will order and supply pizza for members attending the meeting, so those planning

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Terry Bosley Wins Power Points

Terry Bosley of Trenton was the local winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 124 points. For that score, Bosley wins the $30 local prize. On the national level, Christine Stoken of Fairbank, PA took home the grand prize after scoring 134 points.
Local sponsors of the weekly Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and TNT Convenience.

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Terry Herrin Wins Power Points

Terry Herrin of Trenton was the local winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 127 points. For that score, Herrin wins the $30 local prize. On the national level, John Krajicek of Salina, KS took home the grand prize after a near-perfect score of 135 points.
Local sponsors of the weekly Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and TNT Convenience.

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Meeker Wins Power Points

Marvin Meeker of Trenton was the local winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 114 points. For his score, Meeker wins the $30 local prize. On the national level, Kevin Tack of Butler, PA took home the grand prize after scoring 126 points.
Local sponsors of the weekly Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and TNT Convenience.

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Four Bulldogs Named All-District

The Trenton Bulldogs landed four players on the Missouri Football Coaches Association All-District football team.
Linebacker Trey Shields and safety Kail McCarter, who were Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association all-district selections as well, were both recognized on the coaches’ team. The duo was joined by offensive lineman Nick Gass and cornerback Aaron Anderson.
“We as coaches and the THS football team are very proud of these young men,” Trenton Head

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Bill Smith Wins Power Points

Bill Smith of Trenton was the local winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 104 points. For his score, Smith wins the $30 local prize. On the national level, Earl Schucker of Lebanon, PA took home the grand prize after scoring 128 points.
Local sponsors of the weekly Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and TNT Convenience.

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Trenton Duo Named To All-District Team

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton linebacker Trey Shields (56) and safety Kail McCarter (18) were both named to the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association’s Class 2 All-Northwest District Football Team. Princeton’s Brant Faulkner, also pictured (10) was one of two Tigers named to the Class 1 team along with Hunter Boxley.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton linebacker Trey Shields (56) and safety Kail McCarter (18) were both named to the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association’s Class 2 All-Northwest District Football Team. Princeton’s Brant Faulkner, also pictured (10) was one of two Tigers named to the Class 1 team along with Hunter Boxley.


The Trenton High School football team landed two representatives on this year’s Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association’s All-Northwest District Football

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