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Wrestling Camp Wraps Up

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Trenton High School hosted a three day wrestling camp last week and, according to Head Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon, there were a total of 30 youth enrolled in both morning and afternoon sessions. Pictured is the guest clinician Ty Prazma working with some of the participants. Prazma wrestled four years at the University of Missouri and is now an assistant coach with Virginia Military Institute. Also assisting

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Hauck Retiring After 36 Years

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Former Trenton wrestler Ethan Hauck, right, is retiring this year after having coached wrestling for 36 years, ending his career at Lee’s Summit West High School. He is pictured with his former heavyweight state champion Evan Boehm, left, a former Missouri Tiger football player who was recently selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL Draft.

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Athletes Recognized For Winter Sports Seasons

The annual Trenton Winter Sports Banquet was held Thursday night where athletes from the basketball, wrestling, cheerleading and mascot teams were honored for their contributions. The night started with a banquet before basketball and cheerleaders were recognized in the THS commons, while wrestlers and mascots were honored in the TMS commons.
Girls Basketball
The Trenton girls enjoyed a banner season that saw the Lady Bulldogs run a 21-6 record and

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Kids Wrestling At Regionals

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club had six wrestlers in action on Saturday at Staley High School in Kansas City, competing in the Regional Kids Wrestling Tournament. Four Trenton Kids Club wrestlers moved on to state with top-four finishes.
Tyler Siemer advanced after finishing second in the 12-and-under 120-pound weight class and Sam Gibson finished third in the 10-and-under 100-pound class to advance as well. Caleb Johnson was fourth in the

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Trenton Hosts District Kids Wrestling Tournament

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Josiah Birkhead wrestles to pin his opponent on Saturday at the District 2 Kids Wrestling Tournament in Trenton. The top six wrestlers in each division advanced to this weekend’s Region Tournament to be held this Saturday at Staley High School in Kansas City. Those advancing from Trenton included Bo Meeker, first at 10U Heavyweight; Sam Gibson, second at 10U 100 pounds; Tyler Siemer, second at 12U 120

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Kids Club Wrestles In Milan

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action in Milan on Saturday, winning five individual gold medals. Those winning for Trenton included Tanner Phipps, 8U, 65 pounds; Logan Wilson, 8U, 75 pounds; Sam Gibson, 10U, 100 pounds; Coleman Griffin, 12U, 85 pounds; and Jesse Huber, 12U, 95 pounds.
Trenton also had five wrestlers earn runner-up honors in their respective weight classes. Those placing second included Zach Archer, 6U, 55 pounds;

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ROREBECK’S REDEMPTION

145-Pounder Bounces Back From Opening Round Loss, Wins Medal

R-T Photo/Shani Kinney Drew Rorebeck squares off with Plattsburg’s Dalton Schlie in the fifth-place match in the 145-pound bracket on Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia with Trenton Head Coach Charlie Bacon watching in the background. Rorebeck won the match by a 7-2 decision to earn the fifth-place medal.

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Drew Rorebeck squares off with Plattsburg’s Dalton Schlie in the fifth-place match in the 145-pound bracket on Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia with Trenton Head Coach Charlie Bacon watching in the background. Rorebeck won the match by a 7-2 decision to earn the fifth-place medal.

Losing in the first round of the 2016 Class 1 MSHSAA Wrestling

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Trenton Wrestlers Have Tough Day At State

R-T Photo/Shani Kinney Trenton 170-pounder Ty Sayre attempts to pin his Seneca opponent during wrestlebacks at Mizzou Arena Thursday. Sayre won by a 5-4 decision to keep his medal hopes alive.

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Trenton 170-pounder Ty Sayre attempts to pin his Seneca opponent during wrestlebacks at Mizzou Arena Thursday. Sayre won by a 5-4 decision to keep his medal hopes alive.

R-T Photo/Shani Kinney Brenden Johnson controls his opponent during his 113-pound wrestleback match Thursday in Columbia. Johnson won the match by pin.

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Brenden Johnson controls his opponent during his 113-pound wrestleback match Thursday in Columbia. Johnson won the match by pin.

The Class 1 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships did not get off to the start the Trenton Bulldogs were

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Kids Club Wrestles In Gallatin

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in Gallatin last Saturday, winning five individual gold medals.
Zach Archer was first at six-and-under, 55 pounds; Tanner Phipps was first at eight-and-under, 65 pounds; Hunter McAtee won at 10-and-under, 70 pounds; Sam Gibson was first at 10-and-under, 100 pounds; and Caleb Johnson finished first at 12-and-under, 135 pounds.
Runners-up at Gallatin included Coleman Griffin at 12-and-under, 85 pounds; Gavin Chambers at 10-and-under, 85

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