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Conference Titles Highlighted 2016

The year 2016 will be remembered for a lot of things. In Trenton, however, it will be remembered as the year the Bulldogs stormed into the Grand River Conference.
In the school’s first official year in a conference since 1990, the Bulldogs laid claim to the Grand River title in both softball and football. The softball team ran a 7-0 record within the conference’s East Division before topping West Division

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News-Press Honors THS Athletes

The St. Joseph News-Press released its season honors for fall sports high school teams on Sunday with five Trenton Bulldogs being represented. Trenton had two football players and three softball players honored for their contributions this past fall.
Defensive lineman Mason Owen and linebacker Lathan Croy were both selected to the All-News-Press football team as third-team selections. Salem Croy, meanhwile, was picked as a first team selection at catcher

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Lewellen Is Local Power Points Winner

Jeff Lewellen scored 120 points to win the $30 local prize in the weekly Power Points Contest. A score of 121 won the national prize of $500.
Local sponsors of the contest are Hy-Vee, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, TNT Convenience, ServeLink and Chumbleys.

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Local Power Points Winners

Trenton’s Rick Klinginsmith and Terry Herrin claimed weekly Power Points title locally. Klinginsmith was the week 14 winner of the $30 local prize, collecting 115 points. Herrin won the local prize for week 15, netting 130 points.
Jim Pribish of Shenandoah, PA won week 14 with 122 poins. The week 15 winner was Paul Semder, of Lewistown, PA, who collected 135 points. Both will receive a $500 cash prize.
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Area Football Players Earn All-State Honors

The Princeton Tigers showed big improvement this year and, as a result, earned rewards for their efforts as two members of the squad earned all-state honors from the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters.
Junior quarterback Andrew Smith was named to the first-team as an “all-purpose” player in Class 1. Teammate Blaine Milburn, a junior, was named to the second team as a receiver. Two other GRC players from Polo also earned

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Seven Bulldogs Named All-District

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton had seven players make the Class 2 All-Northwest District football team, selected by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Those selected included, from left, front row, offensive lineman Jadan Whitney, fullback Austin Burkeybile, all-purpose player Lathan Croy; back row, defensive lineman Mason Owen, defensive lineman Cole Schilling, linebacker Connor Cotton and defensive back Colton Colston.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton had seven players make the Class 2 All-Northwest District football team, selected by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Those selected included, from left, front row, offensive lineman Jadan Whitney, fullback Austin Burkeybile, all-purpose player Lathan Croy; back row, defensive lineman Mason Owen, defensive lineman Cole Schilling, linebacker Connor Cotton and defensive back Colton Colston.

The Trenton Bulldogs captured seven football wins in 2016 and today

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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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