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Davis Signs On With Jewell Tennis Team

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Jacob Davis, seated with his parents Chad and Kristi Davis, signs a national letter of intent to join the William Jewell College men’s tennis team. Pictured in the back row is Trenton High School boys tennis coach Dave Sager.

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Jacob Davis, seated with his parents Chad and Kristi Davis, signs a national letter of intent to join the William Jewell College men’s tennis team. Pictured in the back row is Trenton High School boys tennis coach Dave Sager.

Jacob Davis is still a couple of months away from his senior tennis campaign, but what comes after that has already been decided. Davis signed a national letter

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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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Lady Bulldogs’ Tennis Season Closes

The 2016 tennis season is over for the Trenton Lady Bulldogs after none of the varsity six were able to advance in the individual district brackets on Thursday in Maryville. That doesn’t mean Trenton didn’t have a good day, however.
Samantha Mihalovich and Madison Searcy combined to earn fourth-place medals in the doubles bracket to pace Trenton on the day. The duo went 1-2 after receiving a first round bye.

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Team Portion Of Season Ends

Photo Courtesy Of Bobbie Hainey The Trenton Lady Bulldogs placed second at the Class 1, District 16 Tournament on Wednesday in Maryville, falling to the host school 5-0 in the championship dual. Members of the team include, from left, Emma Gilham, Alainey Fair, Samantha Mihalovich, Madison Searcy, Lauren Dolan and Claire Utley. The team finished the season with a 14-2 record.

Photo Courtesy Of Bobbie Hainey
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs placed second at the Class 1, District 16 Tournament on Wednesday in Maryville, falling to the host school 5-0 in the championship dual. Members of the team include, from left, Emma Gilham, Alainey Fair, Samantha Mihalovich, Madison Searcy, Lauren Dolan and Claire Utley. The team finished the season with a 14-2 record.

The team portion of the season is over for

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Trenton Into Championship Dual With 5-0 Win Over Savannah

After a three-year hiatus, the Trenton High School girls’ tennis team is back in the district championship dual. Trenton picked up a 5-0 win over Savannah on Tuesday in Maryville in the Class 1, District 16 Tournament semifinals to punch their ticket to today’s title dual.
Trenton last played for a district title in 2012, when the Lady Bulldogs defeated Chillicothe 5-3 to win what was a second-straight district championship.

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Netters Close Regular Season With Win

picture-1The Trenton High School tennis team closed the regular season on Thursday with a close, 5-4 victory on the road in Kirksville. The win gave the Lady Bulldogs a perfect 10-0 record in non-tournament duals for the season.
Trenton’s overall record ran to 13-1 on the season, marking just the fourth time in school history that the girls’ tennis team has reached 13 victories.
This one didn’t come easy for

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JUST PERFECT

Tennis Team Completes Undefeated Home Run

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Alainey Fair rushes to the net for a shot during her 8-3 doubles victory alongside teammate Emma Gilham on Tuesday afternoon. Fair won her singles match as well, 8-6. The two wins closed out Fair’s career at home as it was Senior Night for the Lady Bulldogs.

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Alainey Fair rushes to the net for a shot during her 8-3 doubles victory alongside teammate Emma Gilham on Tuesday afternoon. Fair won her singles match as well, 8-6. The two wins closed out Fair’s career at home as it was Senior Night for the Lady Bulldogs.

The Trenton High School girls’ tennis team played five home duals this season and

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BEATING BENTON

Trenton Dispatches Shorthanded Benton For Another Dual Victory

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Samantha Mihalovich hits a forehand runner during her 8-1 singles victory over Benton’s Lakiah Johnson. Mihalovich also combined with Madison Searcy for an 8-2 doubles win as well.

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Samantha Mihalovich hits a forehand runner during her 8-1 singles victory over Benton’s Lakiah Johnson. Mihalovich also combined with Madison Searcy for an 8-2 doubles win as well.

The Trenton High School tennis team had no trouble dispatching a short-handed St. Joseph-Benton team on Monday at the THS tennis courts, topping the visiting Lady Cardinals 7-2.
Benton brought only

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Trenton Handles Chillicothe Once Again

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Madison Searcy returns a serve during her 8-2 doubles victory with Samantha Mihalovich. Searcy won her singles contest as well, 8-2.

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Madison Searcy returns a serve during her 8-2 doubles victory with Samantha Mihalovich. Searcy won her singles contest as well, 8-2.

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs picked up their second tennis victory over Chillicothe of the season on Thursday, defeating the visiting Lady Hornets 6-3 at the THS tennis courts.
Chillicothe took the number one singles match as Claire Utley fell 8-0, but the Lady Bulldogs responded as

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