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NOT DEAD YET

Bulldogs Show They Still Have Some Fight Left With A 41-26 Road Win

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis runs through a Concordia defender during the Bulldogs’ 41-26 win over the Orioles Friday night. Ellis ran for 47 yards and a touchdown and threw for 59 yards and two more touchdowns.

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Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis runs through a Concordia defender during the Bulldogs’ 41-26 win over the Orioles Friday night. Ellis ran for 47 yards and a touchdown and threw for 59 yards and two more touchdowns.


On most nights in high school football, a team with just one win that finds itself down 20-6

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Creason Wins Power Points

Lindsay Creason of Trenton was the weekly winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 121 points. For her score, Creason receives the $30 local prize for the week. On the national level, Johnny Palmer of Mt. Vernon, IL was the grand prize winner after tallying a score of 130 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri

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Week Nine Football Preview: Trenton @ Concordia

Trenton Bulldogs

Trenton Bulldogs

The Trenton High School football team has one game left before they enter district play the following week and the Bulldogs are hoping to gain a little end-of-the-season momentum as they travel to Concordia on Friday night.
Trenton enters the game at just 1-7 on the season, but the Bulldogs will look to add to the win total when they take on the Orioles.
“We’ve got to find

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TMS Football Team

R-T Photo/Taci McGinness Members of the 2014 Trenton Middle School football team included, from left, row one, Noah Elbert, Austin Weyer, Noah Burkeybile, Sam Schilling, Aaron Babcock, Isaac Harris, Brian Ewing; row two, Mark Trump, Jose Velazquez, Tray Webb, Matthew Sibbit, Jordan St. Clair, Jaren Whitney, Noah Lewis, Hunter Beverlin, Jadan Whitney; row three, Tommy Johnston, Sebastian Brown, Jerrick Stotts, Jayden McClure, Dolan Huber, Carson Burchett, Nick Wattenbarger, Nick Shields; row four, Dalton Burchett, Ryley Raymo, Karyssa Rock, Jarrod Hoselton, Hunter Trask, Corey Marrs, Zane Rottman; row five, Assistant Coach Jon Guthrie, Assistant Coach Scott Stevens, Reece Miller, Ben Woodson, Cole Rorebeck, Carson Radcliff, Head Coach Kasey Bailey and manager Gabriel Swann. Not pictured are DJ Baker and Zach Wilmes.

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Members of the 2014 Trenton Middle School football team included, from left, row one, Noah Elbert, Austin Weyer, Noah Burkeybile, Sam Schilling, Aaron Babcock, Isaac Harris, Brian Ewing; row two, Mark Trump, Jose Velazquez, Tray Webb, Matthew Sibbit, Jordan St. Clair, Jaren Whitney, Noah Lewis, Hunter Beverlin, Jadan Whitney; row three, Tommy Johnston, Sebastian Brown, Jerrick Stotts, Jayden McClure, Dolan Huber, Carson Burchett, Nick Wattenbarger, Nick Shields;

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HANDLING THE HORNETS

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Isaac Harris  ran pretty much unchecked during the middle school Bulldogs’ 38-6 win over Chillicothe Tuesday night at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton, scoring a first quarter touchdown on a 19-yard run.

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Isaac Harris ran pretty much unchecked during the middle school Bulldogs’ 38-6 win over Chillicothe Tuesday night at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton, scoring a first quarter touchdown on a 19-yard run.

The Trenton Middle School football team closed the season on the highest of notes, dealing Chillicothe a 38-6 loss on Tuesday night at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton.
Trenton set the tone early, marching down

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BULLDOGS COOKED

Kirksville Senior Runs For 389 Yards As Bulldogs Fall

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jonathan Lamp sprints downfield during the Bulldogs’ 31-24 loss on Friday night at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton. Lamp led Trenton with 152 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries.

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Jonathan Lamp sprints downfield during the Bulldogs’ 31-24 loss on Friday night at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton. Lamp led Trenton with 152 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries.

There weren’t many seniors on the field for Kirksville on Friday night in Trenton, but on a night when the Bulldog seniors were honored, it was a

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Middle School Football Team Handed Road Loss

The Trenton Middle School football team was handed a loss on Thursday night on the road in Milan, falling 16-6.
Trenton struggled offensively and was kept out of the end zone until late in the contest. The Bulldogs’ defense, however, kept Trenton in the game until the final quarter.
Neither team could crack the end zone in the first half and the two squads went to the locker room tied

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Judy Rash Wins Power Points

Judy Rash of Galt was the weekly winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 130 points. For her score, Rash receives the $30 local prize for the week. On the national level, Carl Belter of Oak Creek, WI was the grand prize winner after tallying a perfect score of 136 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern

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Football Preview Week Eight: Trenton vs. Kirksville

Trenton Bulldogs

Trenton Bulldogs

After a multiple week run of showing improvement, Trenton took a big setback in week seven with a 36-14 loss to South Harrison. With that debacle now squarely in the rearview mirror, Trenton turns its attention to a struggling Class 3 team in the Kirksville Tigers.
“We learned that you have to finish or capitalize on big plays,” Trenton Head Coach Brandon Boswell said of the loss in

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