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Sports : Trenton To Host Maysville, South Harrison In Friday Night Jamboree
Posted by Tom on 2014/8/14 5:00:00 (192 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Bulldogs will play host to the Grand River Conference's South Harrison Bulldogs and Maysville Wolverines this Friday night (August 15th) in a 7 o'clock jamboree at C.F. Russell Stadium.
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The jamboree featuring these schools has been ongoing for a couple of years, with Christ Prep of Olathe, Kansas joining the group as a fourth team. This year, according to Trenton Athletic Director Wes Croy, Christ Prep was unable to attend, citing the difference in schedules between Missouri and Kansas as the reason. Missouri moved up its regular season by one week this season, in order to give more time between playoff games in November.

Admission on Friday night will be $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students. No passes will be accepted. South Harrison has been assigned the visitor's locker room, with Maysville dressing under the stadium, and Trenton occupying the locker room at the high school building.

Trenton first year coach Brandon Boswell said the Bulldogs will be ready to perform in front of the "home crowd" Friday night:

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South Harrison will scrimmage Trenton in the first session, followed by South Harrison against Maysville, and Maysville against Trenton. The format will have each team receiving 18 offensive plays against their opponent, starting from the opposite 40-yard line and going towards the end zone. A touchdown or a failure to reach a first down will reset the ball to the opposite 40. All 18 plays will be run consecutively.

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