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Sports : Trenton basketball teams find mixed Monday results
Posted by Tom on 2012/11/27 9:41:00 (282 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton freshman boy's basketball team picked up a road win on Monday night, going to Unionville and downing the host Putnam County Midgets by a score of 36-27. Brice Dillon had 17 points and Kail McCarter 14 for the freshmen Bulldogs, who next play at Chilliocothe on Tuesday night, December 4th at 6 o'clock.

The Trenton JV boys won at Putnam County by a final score of 45-38. Chris Flowers led Trenton with 14 points, with Gannon Albrecht pulling down seven rebounds, and Charlie Hoffman getting six steals to go with nine points. The Trenton JV next plays on Tuesday, December 4th at Chillicothe, immediately following the 6 o'clock freshman game.

The Trenton Middle School "B" team boys lost to Putnam County 22-19, despite four points each from Cade Darting and Kade Ockenfels. The Trenton Middle School "B" girls beat Putnam County 19-16.

The Trenton "A" girls lost a close game to Putnam County, with the Lady Midgets gaining a lead later in the fourth quarter and getting the victory. Whitley Richman led TMS with 20 points, 7 rebounds, and three steals. The "A" team falls to 2-2 on the young season.

Trenton Middle School's "A" boys team lost to Putnam County 36-27, falling to 2-2 on the season. Connor Cotton had nine points and nine rebounds for Trenton, while the Bulldogs were paced by 10 points and four boards from Spencer Harris. The boy's "A" team plays at Cameron on Tuesday night and at Milan on Thursday night (in a rescheduled game from November 5th).

Trenton High School Athletic Director Kris Ockenfels reminds Bulldog fans that the JUNIOR VARSITY games against Cameron, originally scheduled for tonight (Tuesday night) at the THS gym, have been cancelled.

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