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Boswell Takes Over Football Program

It’s official.
Trenton High School has named Brandon Boswell as the new head football coach. Boswell takes over for Wes Croy, who is moving to the athletic director position. He becomes the 32nd head football coach in the program’s 114-year history.
Boswell is no stranger to the program, having coached on Croy’s staff since 2011, and was the head coach of the middle school program during that same span.
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MSHSAA Realigns Districts

The Missouri State High School Activities Association completed its bi-annual class and district shakeup for basketball and football over the weekend. Trenton will remain in Class 2, District 8 in football and will again be joined by Brookfield, LeBlond, Lathrop, Lawson, Lexington and Carrollton. The only change to the district is the addition of East Buchanan, which replaces Plattsburg.
On the basketball court, Trenton’s teams will be moved to Class

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Josh Davis Invited To Walk On At Truman State

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton senior Josh Davis has been invited to walk on at Truman State University. Davis had 54 tackles, nine for loss, during his senior season.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton senior Josh Davis has been invited to walk on at Truman State University. Davis had 54 tackles, nine for loss, during his senior season.

Trenton High School senior Josh Davis isn’t done playing football just yet. Like former Bulldogs Scott Stevens and Kade Kinney, Davis has been invited to walk on at Truman State University.
The decision for Davis came down to two schools, but Truman

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‘SUPER’ TRIP

Trenton Couple Attends Super Bowl Halftime Show

Photo Courtesy of PJ Herrin Metlife Stadium shines with the glow of the Super Bowl Sunday at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. Trenton couple Terry and PJ Herrin attended the halftime show after winning tickets.

Photo Courtesy of PJ Herrin
Metlife Stadium shines with the glow of the Super Bowl Sunday at the Meadowlands in New Jersey. Trenton couple Terry and PJ Herrin attended the halftime show after winning tickets.


by Seth Herrold
R-T Sports Editor

Bruno Mars is said to have come up with his surname because he was “out of this world.” The trip taken by

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Hill Goes Into Hall Of Fame

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart Trenton native Andy Hill, back row, center, was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during ceremonies held on Sunday evening in Springfield. Hill is the associate head coach and quarterbacks coach for the University of Missouri Tigers football team. There was a strong MU connection at the event with, from left, Gary Link, also a 2014 inductee into the Hall; Joe Castiglione, athletic director at the University of Oklahoma and former MU athletic director; back row, Charlie Brown of Lebanon, Hall of Fame President’s award recipient and longtime MU supporter; Hill; and Dr. Mark Adams, also a 2014 inductee into the Hall and member of MU Sports Medicine Department.

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart
Trenton native Andy Hill, back row, center, was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during ceremonies held on Sunday evening in Springfield. Hill is the associate head coach and quarterbacks coach for the University of Missouri Tigers football team. There was a strong MU connection at the event with, from left, Gary Link, also a 2014 inductee into the Hall; Joe Castiglione, athletic director at

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Herrold Named All-State

Riley Herrold, a senior at Ozark High School, capped his high school football career with a strong senior season. He was named to the All-State second team by both the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association and the Missouri High School Football Coaches Association.
Herrold was also named a unanimous first-team all-conference player as well as first team all-district and first-team all-region. He was also recognized as an All-Ozarks top 25

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Hamilton Wins Power Points

Junior Hamilton of Trenton is the local winner of the weekly Power Points contest.
Hamilton scored 98 points, beating out Julie Parker on the first tiebreaker to earn the $30 local prize. The national winner of the $1,000 grand prize was not available as of press time.
Sponsors of the local Power Points contest are Hy-Vee, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, Serve Link, TNT Convenience Store and Washington Street

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Robinson Is Head Coach

Former Trenton resident Robbie Robinson has been named the head coach at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK.
Robinson, a 1996 graduate of Trenton High School, has spent the past 12 years as an assistant coach at Washburn University in Topeka, KS, including the last five years as the offensive coordinator. He has also directed the running backs for the last seven years and coached wide receivers for five years

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Whitney Wins Power Points

Roger Whitney of Brimson is the local winner of the weekly Power Points contest.
Whitney scored 102 points to take the local prize of $30. This week’s $1,000 grand prize was split between two individuals who both posted 114-point scores. Rich Braatz of New Castle, PA and Charmaine Lentz of Lebanon, PA agreed to split the prize rather than let the tiebreaker determine the winner.
Sponsors of the local Power

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