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DAWGS In Basketball Tournament

Photos Courtesy of Judy Rash
The Trenton DAWGS (Disabled Athletes with Grundy Support) attended the Special Olympics North Area Basketball Tournament at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville on Jan. 8. There were 37 teams from 27 counties with a total of 220 athletes who participated. The DAWGS all brought home gold medals and will advance to Jefferson City in February for the Regional Tournament. In the top photo, the

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Tournament Results

Grundy R-5 Girls 51, Novinger Girls 31
In the first round of the Milan Tournament on Monday night, the Grundy R-5 girls picked up a 51-31 win over Milan.
Matana Munday led the scoring with 17 points and also collected 14 rebounds. Jandie Peterson had 16 points, six rebounds and seven steals. Morgan Axtell added 12 points and eight rebounds while Aubrey Gann also picked up eight rebounds. Novinger was

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Kids Wrestling Club At Excelsior Springs, Smithville

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action over the weekend, competing in Excelsior Springs and Smithville.
Trenton had three first-place finishers at Excelsior Springs in Chase Foster (8U, 100 pounds), Hunter McAtee (12U, 80 pounds) and Bo Meeker (12U, heavyweight). Other placewinners for Trenton at the tournament included Bryar Foster, second at 6U, 50 pounds; Brayden Hughs, second at 10U, 70 pounds; Sam Gibson, second at 12U, 115 pounds;

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NCMC Women Pick Up Road Win

The North Central Missouri College women’s basketball team opened the year with a road win in Fulton on Sunday, topping William Woods University 81-66.
Kendey Eaton had 19 points and five assists to pace the Lady Pirates, who also got 14 points, 13 rebounds, four steals and three assists from Sarah Lamp. McKinley Hurley had 12 points and three assists, Kelly Warford had 11 points and Jami Nickerson finished with

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THE QUEEN’S COURT

Richman Scores 1,000th Point, Wins Courtwarming Queen On Same Night
It was courtwarming, it was a Grand River Conference game and it was a scoring spree for the Trenton High School girls’ basketball team. There was a lot going on.
But this night belonged to Whitley Richman, who overshadowed everything else on a night the Bulldogs defeated Maysville 66-21.
Richman recorded her 1,000th career point during a 26-0 run to

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Big Night From Harris Lifts THS To Rout Of Maysville

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Spencer Harris drives through three Maysville defenders during the Bulldogs’ 63-24 win over the Wolverines on Friday night in Trenton. Harris led all scorers in the game with 29 points and also tallied eight rebounds and two steals.

For a time it was a game between the Trenton and Maysville boys’ basketball teams. Spencer Harris then hit a difficult three-pointer. The all-district senior followed it up with

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 1-6-17

Mercer Girls 65, Newtown-Harris Girls 11
The Mercer girls picked up an HDC Conference victory on the road in Newtown, defeating the Tigers 65-11.
Bailey Owens led Mercer (8-1, 2-0 HDC) with 19 points and seven assists. Lindsay Wyatt added 13 points and six rebounds and Nicole Kost had 11 points, eight assists and four steals. Gabrielle Nielson led Newtown (0-7, 0-4 HDC) with three points.

Mercer Boys 61, Newtown-Harris

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THS Courtwarming Royalty

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Seniors Cole Little and Whitley Richman were named the 2017 Trenton High School Courtwarming King and Queen during ceremonies on Friday night. Members of the courtwarming court include, from left, freshmen Kennedy Norton and Jaden Whitney, seniors Karli Crawford and Dalton Berry (standing in for Ty Sayer), Miss Richman, Little, seniors Kaitlin Mounce and Alex Parrack, juniors Emma Norris and Cole Schilling and sophomores Taylor Richman and

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The Trenton Police Department’s Selective Traffic Enforcement streets for the week of Jan. 9 include Lulu Street, Lake Trenton Drive and West Crowder Road.
The Selective Traffic Enforcement will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving and failing to stop at stop signs.

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