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Crowley Wins Power Points

Jeff Crowley of Trenton was the local winner of the weekly Power Points contest, collecting all 136 points. Ron Herrin of Trenton also had 136 points, but Crowley claimed the $30 local prize with a closer guess on the first tiebreaker – points in the Chiefs’ game.
On the national level, Donna Snider of Council Grove, KS, topped 13 perfect scores nationally, missing the total points in the Chiefs’ game

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Hendricks Wins Power Points

Justin Hendricks of Trenton was the week 11 local winner of the Power Points Contest. Hendricks collected 125 of the possible 136 points to claim top honors locally and the $30 prize.
On the national level, Ruth Powers of Athens, PA took home the $500 grand prize after tallying 134 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points Contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s, Farmers Bank of Northern

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Power Points Early Deadline

The deadline to have entries turned in for next week’s Power Points Contest will be moved up a day due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Power Points will now need to be turned in by 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23. The Power Points entry form will run in Monday’s (Nov. 21) Republican-Times.
Power Points entries can be turned in at any of the local sponsors which include, ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT

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Whitaker Wins Power Points

Tim Whitaker of Trenton was the local winner of the weekly Power Points contest, collecting 120 points to claim the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Paige Daviduk, of Chicora, PA, tallied 125 of the possible 136 points to capture grand prize honors for week 10.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest are ServeLink, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Chumbley’s, T&L Auto, Hy-Vee and TNT Convenience.

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Cotton Wins Mr. Football Award

Submitted Photo Award winners at the Trenton Football Banquet on Tuesday night included, from left, front row, Austin Burkeybile, Jadan Whitney, Mason Owen, Isaiah Coon; middle row, Carson Radcliff, Lathan Croy, Spencer Harris, Colton Colston; back row, Carson Burchett, Cole Schilling, Connor Cotton and Alex Parrack.

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Award winners at the Trenton Football Banquet on Tuesday night included, from left, front row, Austin Burkeybile, Jadan Whitney, Mason Owen, Isaiah Coon; middle row, Carson Radcliff, Lathan Croy, Spencer Harris, Colton Colston; back row, Carson Burchett, Cole Schilling, Connor Cotton and Alex Parrack.

Connor Cotton has never been a vocal kid. It was talked about several times at Trenton High School’s football banquet on Tuesday night in

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Dave Bain Wins Power Points

Trenton’s Dave Bain laid claim to the weekly Power Points title locally, collecting 120 points. For his efforts, Bain receives the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Russell Thompson of Lemont Furnace, PA won the $500 grand prize after collecting 132 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barns-Baker, Chumbley’s and Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri.

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Football Banquet Set For Nov. 15

The Trenton High School football banquet will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in the THS commons. The banquet is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Members of the football team and cheer squad will be recognized at the banquet.
Families of freshmen and sophomores are asked to bring a side dish, while families of juniors and seniors are to bring a dessert. The main dish, drinks and tableware will

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District 8 Continues Wide Open Trend

Five years, five different number-one seeds, four different champions.
Missouri Class 2’s District 8 has been a wild one. Since the MSHSAA went to the bracket format in 2012, the district has been as wide open as it comes in terms of teams winning the championship.
On Friday night, when Lawson defeated Lexington 38-35 at Gil Rector Stadium, the Cardinals became the first school in the five-year history of the

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Tigers’ Impressive Run Ends In Hamilton

Week after week the Princeton Tigers continued to shock the Class 1 football world with impressive victories over teams seeded above them in the Class 1, District 8 Tournament. Friday night in Hamilton, however, the Tigers finally found their kryptonite.
In the district championship game at Alumni Stadium in Hamilton, the Hornets’ Latroy Harper proved to be too much for the Tigers as Hamilton ended Princeton’s season with a 56-6

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