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Posted by Tom on 2014/1/13 10:10:00 (126 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton High School wrestlers finished third among 13 teams in the Butler Tournament on Saturday. Lathrop was first with 245 points, followed by Glendale (Springfield) at 209 1/2, and Trenton at 178 1/2.

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Holden was fourth was 167 points, followed by Adrian, Knob Noster, Warsaw, Principia, Diamond, Butler, Rogers (Arkansas), El Dorado Springs, and Hogan Prep.

Top Trenton performances included Mason Mounce going 4-0 to place first at 170 pounds. Mounce had three pins and one technical fall. Thomas Mack was second at 160 pounds, with a 4-1 record. Trey Shields was third at 182 pounds, with a 4-1 record. All four of Shields' wins came by pin. Drew Rorebeck was third at 126 pounds with a 2-2 record.

Dalton Ellis and Terrin Ellis each placed fourth with 3-2 records, Dalton Ellis at 152 pounds and Terrin Ellis at heavyweight.

The tournament involved a mixture of pool and bracket competition.

Here is Trenton Head Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon:

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Coach Bacon spoke about Trenton's top performances:

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Trenton makes a rare home appearance on Thursday night, hosting a head-to-head duel with the Marceline Tigers. The competition will start at 6 o'clock on Thursday night at the Trenton High School gymnasium.

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