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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs Improve To 6-1 With Trojan Sweep
Posted by Tom on 2013/12/18 10:33:33 (477 reads) News by the same author

Both Trenton Bulldog basketball teams are heading into Thursday night rematches at Gallatin with records of 6-1, after dominating home-court victories over the Carrollton Trojans on Tuesday night.

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The Trenton Lady Bulldogs were never threatened in an 85-12 blasting of Carrollton. The THS junior varsity players played much of the second half, after the starters built an insurmountable lead over the first two quarters. Freshman Whitley Richman scored 18 points to lead Trenton, with McKinley Hurley scoring 17, Cassidy Cotton 13, Makaila Capeder 10, and Madi Trump nine points.

The Trenton boys cruised to their sixth victory in a row, beating Carrollton by a final score of 60-34. The Bulldogs featured balanced scoring, with Chase Tolson scoring 14 points, Colton Neff 12, and Chris Kurtz 10 points.

The level of competition will be going up for Trenton heading towards Christmas. On Thursday night, Trenton plays at Gallatin. The games, rematches of the Gallatin Tournament championship games won by Trenton, will be broadcast on Z 101.7 FM and, with pregame at 5:45. On Saturday night, Trenton hosts the Lathrop Mules on the second night of basketball at Holiday Hoops at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Both the girls game at 6:30, and the boys game at 8:00, will be broadcast on Z 101.7 FM and On Monday night, Trenton takes on the MEC power Lafayette Fighting Irish. The game, slated for an 8 o'clock tip, will be broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and

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