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Photo Courtesy Of NCMC Lexington’s Alex Miller posed with North Central Missouri College Head softball Coach Steve Richman after signing a national letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.

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Lexington’s Alex Miller posed with North Central Missouri College Head softball Coach Steve Richman after signing a national letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.

North Central Missouri College’s softball program has landed another pitcher. Alex Miller of Lexington became North Central’s latest recruit, signing a nation letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.
Miller has earned All-Missouri River Valley Conference – East honors

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North Central Notebook

Lamp Wins Player Of The Week

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey North Central’s Sarah Lamp looks to score during the Lady Pirates’ 82-71 victory over Southwestern Community College Tuesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Lamp led the NCMC women with 33 points, 14 rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots.

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North Central’s Sarah Lamp looks to score during the Lady Pirates’ 82-71 victory over Southwestern Community College Tuesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Lamp led the NCMC women with 33 points, 14 rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots.

North Central Missouri College’s Sarah Lamp has been named the NJCAA’s Division II women’s basketball player of the week.

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Neff Signs LOI, Will Join Pirates

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jaylen Neff, seated with her parents, Jenni and Damon Neff, signs a national letter of intent to join the North Central Missouri College softball program. Pictured in the back row are Trenton High School Head Coach John Cowling and North Central Head Coach Steve Richman.

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Jaylen Neff, seated with her parents, Jenni and Damon Neff, signs a national letter of intent to join the North Central Missouri College softball program. Pictured in the back row are Trenton High School Head Coach John Cowling and North Central Head Coach Steve Richman.

The Trenton High School softball program has sent a lot of players on to the college level. On Monday afternoon in the

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North Central Notebook

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Schedule Change
The North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team has a change to the schedule as the Pirates’ home match-up with the Culver-Stockton junior varsity has been moved. The game was originally scheduled to be played on Thursday at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton.
The conflict was caused as a result of finals week for Culver-Stockton, so the game will now be played on Monday, Feb. 20. The

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Croy, Richman, Tolson Named All-State

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton landed a school-record three players on the Class 2 Missouri All-State team. Those named to the team included, from left, first-teamer Salem Croy, second teamer Whitley Richman and second teamer Ainsley Tolson.

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Trenton landed a school-record three players on the Class 2 Missouri All-State team. Those named to the team included, from left, first-teamer Salem Croy, second teamer Whitley Richman and second teamer Ainsley Tolson.

In the Trenton High School commons there is a wall graced by former athletes who reached the pinnacle of postseason honors – all-state, first team.
Trenton catcher Salem Croy will join that board following

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Softball, Tennis Celebrate Strong Year

The Trenton High School girls softball and tennis teams each set new school records this season. On Tuesday night, those teams celebrated those records and more at their respective postseason banquets.
The girls tennis team ran a 14-2 overall record, which included a 10-0 mark in non-tournament duals, and reached the district finals before falling to Maryville, which would be a state quarterfinal team. The Lady Bulldogs’ 14-2 record gave

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Grundy Softball Award Winners

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Four members of the Grundy R-5 Lady Panther softball team received postseason honors. Those honored included, from left, Emma Novak, All-HDC Conference honorable mention and all-district first team utility player; Matana Munday, All-HDC Conference first team and all-district first team pitcher; Zoe Littleton, All-HDC Conference first team and all-district first-team catcher; and Kendra Johnson of Newtown-Harris (which co-oped with Grundy R-5), All-HDC Conference honorable mention and all-district first

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Class 2, All-Region 4 Softball Team

All-Region First Team Ainsley Tolson

All-Region First Team Ainsley Tolson

All-Region First Team Salem Croy

All-Region First Team Salem Croy

All-Region First Team Whitley Richman

All-Region First Team Whitley Richman

All-Region Second Team Taylor Richman

All-Region Second Team Taylor Richman

All-Region Second Team Tenna Roberts

All-Region Second Team Tenna Roberts

All Region First Team
Pitcher –

Brooke Huitt, So. Lathrop
Abby Atkin, Sr. Sherwood
Ainsley Tolson, So. Trenton
Maycee Edgar, So. Marceline

Catcher –

    Salem Croy, So. Trenton
    Zoey Hodson, So. Knob Noster

    Infield –

Maddy Mann, Sr. Lathrop
Whitley Richman, Sr. Trenton
Jessica Sader,

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TRENTON RALLY COMES UP SHORT

Lathrop Ends Trenton Season In State Quarterfinals, 5-4

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jaylen Neff swings at a pitch during Trenton’s loss to Lathrop on Griffin Field on Saturday. Neff reached on an error in the seventh inning, forcing home one of Trenton’s three runs in the game.

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Jaylen Neff swings at a pitch during Trenton’s loss to Lathrop on Griffin Field on Saturday. Neff reached on an error in the seventh inning, forcing home one of Trenton’s three runs in the game.

Had it not been for Trenton’s seventh inning flurry, Saturday’s state quarterfinal loss to Lathrop may have been a little more disappointing. But it

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