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Winter Sports Teams Honored At Banquet

The annual Trenton Winter Sports Banquet was held on Tuesday night in the THS commons honoring players, managers, cheerleaders and mascots for the winter sports teams. Both the boys and girls basketball and wrestling teams were honored for their accomplishments this past season.
Girls Basketball
The Trenton girls basketball team finished the season at 12-14. The Lady Bulldogs earned a third-place trophy at the Gallatin Tournament but were dealt a

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Siemer, Huber Advance

Tyler Siemer

Tyler Siemer


The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club had six wrestlers in action at the Missouri USA Region A Tournament at Staley High School in Kansas City on Saturday. Tyler Siemer (10-and-under 110 pounds), above, placed second and Dolan Huber (14-and-under 140 pounds) finished fourth. Both will advance to the Missouri USA Wrestling State Folkstyle Championship to be held on March 27-29. Sam Gibson (10-and-under 90 pounds) finished fifth and will

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Kids Wrestling Club Hosts Tournament

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The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club hosted the Trenton Invitational Tournament on Saturday, placing third as a team behind Brookfield and Kirksville. The St. Joseph Metro Wrestling Club won the Sportsmanship Award at the tournament. Winners from Trenton included Brayden Hughs, Tanner Phipps and Coleman Griffin. Second-place finishers for Trenton included Samuel Wiebers, Myles Griffin, Jackson Huber, Dianna Johnson, Gavin McAtee, Aiden Weyer, Kaden Owen and Bo Meeker.

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Kids Club Wrestles In Bethany

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action last Saturday, competing in Bethany. Three Trenton grapplers took home first-place medals as Tyler Siemer, Brayden Hughs and Jackson Huber all won in their respective divisions.
Thomas Johnston and Coleman Griffin both placed second for Trenton and Spur Hughs, Logan Wilson, Sam Gibson and Dolan Huber finished third. Bo Meeker placed fourth and Dianna Johnston was fifth.
Other wrestlers for Trenton at

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MOUNCE AND MACK’S FINAL ACT

R-T Photos/Shani Kinney Thomas Mack, left, and Mason Mounce, right, both advanced to Saturday’s finals at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships in Columbia. Both placed second at the tournament with Mack falling to South Harrison’s Austin Ward at 170 and Mounce falling to Mid-Buchanan’s John Anderson at 160.

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Thomas Mack, left, and Mason Mounce, right, both advanced to Saturday’s finals at the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships in Columbia. Both placed second at the tournament with Mack falling to South Harrison’s Austin Ward at 170 and Mounce falling to Mid-Buchanan’s John Anderson at 160.

The Trenton Bulldogs wrestling season came to a close on Saturday at the Class 1 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.

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Mounce And Mack Still In The Hunt For Titles At State Tourney

Photo Courtesy of Shani Kinney Trey Shields pins his Lexington opponent during first-round wrestlebacks on Thursday. Shields was in second-round wrestlebacks this afternoon.

Photo Courtesy of Shani Kinney
Trey Shields pins his Lexington opponent during first-round wrestlebacks on Thursday. Shields was in second-round wrestlebacks this afternoon.

After a day and a half at the state wrestling tournament in Columbia, Trenton still has three of its four wrestlers alive and two still have a shot at state titles.
Mason Mounce (160) and Thomas Mack (170) picked up quarterfinal victories this morning following opening round

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State Wrestling Update

Trenton’s four state qualifying wrestlers were in first-round action this morning at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.
Drew Rorebeck (132) and Mason Mounce (160) both advanced to the quarterfinals with win by fall in the opening round. Mounce scored a takedown and nearfall in the first period against Zack Siebert of
Maplewood-Richmond Heights but couldn’t secure the pin. In the second round, however, Mounce picked up another takedown and nearfall, this

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Trenton Sending Four To Columbia

R-T Photo/Shani Kinney Drew Rorebeck looks to pin Marceline’s Alex Cupp during the finals of the 132-pound division of the Class 1, District 4 Tournament in Maysville Saturday. Rorebeck won the match by fall, giving him the district championship at 132.

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Drew Rorebeck looks to pin Marceline’s Alex Cupp during the finals of the 132-pound division of the Class 1, District 4 Tournament in Maysville Saturday. Rorebeck won the match by fall, giving him the district championship at 132.

Four Trenton Bulldogs will be traveling to Columbia for the Class 1 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships following top four finishes in district action on Saturday in Maysville. Mason Mounce (160)

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Wrestlers Finish Second In Lexington

The Trenton High School wrestling team had a good day in Lexington on Saturday in their final tune-up before the district tournament. Trenton won its pool with a 3-0 record and then went 1-1 in the championship pool to finish second overall at the tournament.
In pool play, Trenton topped Brookfield 42-36, Higginsville 48-33 and Knob Noster 70-6. That moved the Bulldogs into the tournament’s championship pool with other pool

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