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Kids Club Wrestles In Bethany

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action in Bethany on Saturday, competing in the Bulldog Brawl Tournament. Four Trenton wrestlers won first-place medals with Chase Foster (8U/100), Brayden Hughs (10U/70), Brayden Clause (12U/85) and Sam Gibson (12U/115) all winning their respective divisions.
Other placewinners for Trenton in Bethany included second-place finishers Bryar Foster (6U/50), Jackson Huber (8U/90), Hunter McAtee (12U/80) and (14U/80), Caleb Johnson (12U/150); third-place finishers Statler Wiebers

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OWEN FOURTH AT STATE

District 3 Sweeps Top Four State Medals At 220 Pounds

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Mason Owen looks for a pin against Justin Leath of Lone Jack during the consolation semifinals on Saturday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. Owen won the match by a 6-3 decision to earn a spot in the third-place match. Owen led Trenton at the state tournament, winning a fourth-place medal.

If the 220-pound weight class from Class

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Mason Owen Finishes Fourth At State

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Mason Owen takes down Albany’s Conner Osmon during the state wrestling tournament’s first round on Thursday morning at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. Owen won the match by a 13-3 major decision.

Update 3: Mason Owen (220) was in action twice on Saturday – the final day of the 2017 MSHSAA Wrestling Championships – at Mizzou Arena in Columbia. Owen won his first match by a 6-3 decision

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Kids Club Wrestles Twice

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action twice over the weekend, wrestling on Saturday in Gallatin and on Sunday in Marceline.
Trenton captured six championships over the weekend, all of which came at Gallatin. Those placing first included Bryar Foster (6U/50), Statler Wiebers (6U/45), Chase Foster (8U/100), Brayden Hughs (10U/70A), Gavin McAtee (10U/70B) and Sam Gibson (12U/115).
Other placewinners at Gallatin included second-place finishers Logan Wilson (10U/90), Coleman Griffin

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ROREBECK’S REVENGE

THS Senior Wins District Title, Whitney And Owen To State As Well

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Drew Rorebeck controls Marceline’s Andrew Edgar during the championship match in the 160-pound bracket at Saturday’s Class 1, District 3 Wrestling Tournament in Richmond. Rorebeck won the match by a 2-1 decision in the ultimate tiebreaker to win the district championship at the weight.

Drew Rorebeck cares little for individual wrestling rankings.
Standing opposite Marceline’s

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Bulldog Trio Leads Team Into Districts

The Trenton High School wrestling train has taken its beatings down the stretch this year, but the season hasn’t been derailed yet. Saturday’s Class 1, District 3 Tournament in Richmond, however, will be the final stop for some Bulldogs.
Trenton’s lineup has been decimated with injuries and illness this season and the Bulldogs will send just nine wrestlers to the district event, which has brackets for 14 weights. Despite limited

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Kids Club Wrestles In Kirksville

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club traveled to Kirksville on Saturday, competing in the Tiger Classic. Trenton brought home four first-place medals from the meet, coming from Bryar Foster, first in the 6U/50 division; Spencer Stieh, first at 8U/75; Brayden Bell, first at 10U/85; and Kaden Owen, first at 12U/135.
Other placewinners for Trenton included Ryker Murphy, second, 6U/45; Chase Foster, second, 8U/100; Brayden Hughs, second, 10U/70A; Mason Rongey, second, 10U/70B;

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Bulldogs Struggle At Dual Tournament In Lexington

The Trenton High School wrestling team had a tough day on Saturday at the Lexington Dual Tournament.
The dual format didn’t bode well for the Bulldogs, who went 0-4 in their pool before winning the final dual of the day against the last-place team in the other pool.
Trenton suffered pool play losses to Carrollton, 65-12; Brookfield, 50-24; Marceline, 42-24; and Knob Noster, 44-30. In the crossover dual to close

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With Open Weights Galore, Trenton Splits

The wrestling season is winding down and looking at team lineups, that is easy to see. Trenton was on the road in Higginsville on Thursday night, competing in duals with the host Huskers and Butler.
In two duals, Trenton wrestled just 11 matches while the remaining 17 weights ended with wins by forfeit or double forfeits as injuries and illnesses have severely cut all three teams’ rosters.
Trenton pulled off

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