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Sports : Trenton Girls Cruise To Quarterfinal Win Over Tri-County
Posted by Tom on 2013/12/5 10:27:16 (664 reads) News by the same author

The top-seeded Trenton Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 25-2 lead after one quarter and never looked back, beating Tri-County 77-10 on Tuesday night in the quarterfinal round of the Gallatin Basketball Tournament.

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Makaila Capeder led Trenton with 18 points, with McKinley Hurley scoring 13, Cassidy Cotton 12, and Ally Ockenfels 10 points. Tri-County had nine points from Leeza Siddoway. The win advances THS into the semifinal round, and a match-up with Braymer at 7 o'clock Thursday night (to be carried live on KGOZ FM 101.7).

The Gallatin Lady Bulldogs beat Newtown-Harris by a score of 59-21 on Tuesday night. Kailey Salmon and Kaitlyn Hefley both scored 14 points for Gallatin, with Sara Lin adding 12. Gallatin will play Maysville in a 4:30 semifinal on Thursday afternoon.

Monday's girls quarterfinal results were:
Braymer 56, Winston 41
Maysville 60, Gilman City 48

The Braymer boys downed Newtown-Harris on Tuesday night, 59-43 while Winston dropped Maysville, 62-45. Monday's boys finals were Trenton over Gilman City 84-21 and Gallatin over Tri-County 71-27. Trenton will play Winston in a Thursday night semifinal at 8:15, on KGOZ FM 101.7. Gallatin plays Braymer in the 5:45 semifinal.

Here are Wednesday night's consolation semifinal scores from Gallatin:

BOYS:
Maysville 78, Gilman City 20
Newtown-Harris 68, Tri-County 47

GIRLS:
Winston 53, Tri-County 16
Gilman City 54, Newtown-Harris 28

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