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Sports : Trenton Rally Ends Brookfield's Unbeaten Season
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/10 10:20:00 (366 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs rallied late in regulation, tying the game on a late fourth-quarter bank shot by McKinley Hurley, in a season-defining 53-49 victory at Brookfield, giving the Lady Dogs their first loss of the season.

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Makaila Capeder led the Trenton attack with 18 points, with Cassidy Cotton adding 14, and Hurley 13. Trenton trailed 49-42 approaching the final minute of regulation, when Hurley exploded for seven STRAIGHT points to bring the game to extra time. Hurley scored the first basket of overtime, and Madi Trump added a pair of free throws, while Brookfield went scoreless.

Trenton, with the win, improves to 10-3 on the season, heading into Monday's battle with Gallatin in the Lawson Tournament quarterfinals (4:30 on Hot Country Z 101.7). Brookfield, with the loss, is now 8-1 on the campaign. Alisa Frey led the Lady 'Dogs with 18 points.

The Trenton boys broke open a tight game with a dominating third quarter performance, in a 68-46 win against Brookfield. THS held a 22-19 lead at the half, but outscored the home team 24-10 in the third stanza. Chris Flowers led the Bulldogs with 16 points, with Cree Mullenix scoring 15, and Chase Tolson 14. Cole Hoover led Brookfield with 11. Trenton is now 8-5 on the season, heading into Monday night's battle with Gallatin at Lawson High School (6:00 on Hot Country Z 101.7).

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