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Middle School Football Team Runs Up 34-18 Win

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jose Velazquez runs past the Lathrop defense during Trenton’s 34-18 win Tuesday at C.F. Russell Stadium. Velazquez scored two touchdowns and was named the offensive player of the week.

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Jose Velazquez runs past the Lathrop defense during Trenton’s 34-18 win Tuesday at C.F. Russell Stadium. Velazquez scored two touchdowns and was named the offensive player of the week.

The Trenton Middle School football team picked up a big win Tuesday night as the Bulldogs’ B team scored a 34-18 win over Lathrop’s B team at C.F. Russell Stadium in Trenton.
Lathrop started the scoring after a

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JV Football Team Falls In Higginsville

Trenton’s junior varsity football team took one on the chin Monday night in Higginsville, falling to the Huskers’ JV squad 42-16.
Higginsville scored three times to open the game, once on a punt return in the first quarter and then twice in the second quarter, once on a pass and once on a run.
Trenton was able to quell the rally late in the half, scoring on a 45-yard run

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ONE TO FORGET

Trenton Blasted By Ranked Huskers On The Road In Higginsville

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis attempts to shake off a Higginsville tackler during the Bulldogs 42-0 road loss on Friday night. Ellis completed 3-of-7 passes for 38 yards on the night.

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Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis attempts to shake off a Higginsville tackler during the Bulldogs 42-0 road loss on Friday night. Ellis completed 3-of-7 passes for 38 yards on the night.

The Trenton High School football team suffered its fourth loss in a row to open the season on Friday night, falling 42-0 to state-ranked Higginsville on the

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Tigers Shut Out On The Road In Gallatin

The Princeton High School football team was dealt a 44-0 Grand River Conference loss Friday night in Gallatin.
The Tigers struggled to stop Gallatin’s rushing attack which was paced by Trystan Sunby (145 yards and two touchdowns) and Jacob Boyd (59 yards and two touchdowns).
With the loss, Princeton fell to 0-4 overall and 0-2 in the GRC.
The Tigers face another tough test in week five as they play

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TMS Tops Carrollton

The Trenton Middle School football team got its season started off strongly on Tuesday, picking up a 34-6 win on the road in Carrollton.
Trenton scored five touchdowns in the game, three coming from Trey Webb, one from Isaac Harris and one from Jose Velazquez. Trenton was two-for-five on two-point conversions with Harris running in one and Webb carrying in the other.
“Our kids played well on all sides of

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Arneson Wins Power Points

Trenton’s Arnie Arneson won the opening week of the Power Points competition, compiling 92 points. With the win, Arneson will receive the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Dona DiGiacomo of Butler, PA scored 117 of the possible 136 points to win the $1,000 grand prize.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest are Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, ServeLink, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and Barnes-Baker.

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Football Preview Week 4: Trenton @ Higginsville

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The Trenton Bulldogs will get the final test of their Missouri River Valley Conference-East schedule Friday night and as if Carrollton, Lexington and Holden didn’t provide enough of a challenge, this week’s opponent may be the toughest yet.
The Higginsville Huskers have been a common opponent for the Trenton Bulldogs since the schools began the most recent series back in 2008. The rivalry, if you choose to

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JV Football Team Downs Princeton, 22-14

The Trenton High School junior varsity football team traveled to Eddie Allen Field in Princeton for a match-up with the JV Tigers on Monday night. Trenton allowed two big plays, but still managed to return home with a 22-14 victory.
Princeton started the scoring in the first quarter, connecting on a 43-yard touchdown pass and running in a two-point conversion for an early 8-0 lead. Trenton would answer in the

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THE DEFENSE HAS IT

Trenton’s Offense Still MIA In 14-0 Home Loss To Holden Eagles

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Aaron Anderson puts a big hit on a Holden ballcarrier during Trenton’s home loss on Friday night. The Bulldogs’ defense limited the Eagles to just two scores, but a lack of offense cost the Bulldogs the game. Anderson had seven tackles, one for a loss, and a fumble recovery in the game.

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Aaron Anderson puts a big hit on a Holden ballcarrier during Trenton’s home loss on Friday night. The Bulldogs’ defense limited the Eagles to just two scores, but a lack of offense cost the Bulldogs the game. Anderson had seven tackles, one for a loss, and a fumble recovery in the game.

For the third week

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