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Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 13:30:00 (385 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Bulldogs swept a basketball doubleheader on Tuesday night against the Princeton Tigers, controlling both games throughout and getting 'running clock's' by the fourth quarter, with the Trenton girls cruising to a 73-21 win, with the boys taking a 66-29 victory.

The Lady Bulldogs are now 5-0, thanks to a 16 point effort from Avery Whitaker, to go with 14 points from Makaila Capeder. Princeton's leading scorer was Fallon Priest with seven points. The Lady Tigers are on a three-game losing skid going into Thursday night's home game with state-ranked North Mercer.

The Trenton boys had 11 players score, led by 14 points from Chris Kurtz and 10 from Hunter Treadwell, in improving to 4-1 on the season. Princeton, in falling to 1-3, was led by a game high 21 points from sophomore Brant Faulkner.

Thursday night's Mercer at Princeton doubleheader will be broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. On Friday night, Trenton hosts South Harrison High School in a varsity doubleheader scheduled for broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

Here is the TUESDAY night high school basketball scoreboard:

(JV Boys) Chillicothe 43, Trenton 26
(Freshman Boys) Chillicothe 40, Trenton

(Varsity Girls)
Mercer 84, Green City 27
Gallatin 53, Gilman City 24
Paris 57, Marceline 55 (Monroe City Tourney)
Fayette 48, Slater 39
LaPlata 42, Bevier 35
Linn County 57, Brashear 44
Scotland County 45, North Shelby 27
Milan 58, Schuyler County 56
Putnam County 74, Centerville (IA) 36
Meadville 59, Atlanta 38
Tina-Avalon 59, Grundy R-5 28
North Harrison 37, Ridgeway 9
Hamilton 63, Plattsburg 49 (KCI Semifinal)
Lawson 49, North Platte 41 (KCI Semifinal)
Nodaway-Holt 56, Stewartsville 19
Norborne 60, Osborn 22
Cainsville 46, Union Star 5
Rock Port 56, Albany 32
North Nodaway 57, Worth County 36

(Varsity Boys)
Mercer 69, Green City 35
Gallatin 59, Gilman City 12
Marceline 60, Louisiana 39 (Monroe City Tourney)
Fayette 77, Louisiana 54
LaPlata 61, Bevier 56 (OT)
Linn County 68, Brashear 24
Scotland County 40, North Shelby 38
Milan 57, Schuyler County 54
Bucklin-Macon County 68, Hale 43
Meadville 64, Atlanta 38
Tina-Avalon 60, Grundy R-5 53
Nodaway-Holt 69, Stewartsville 51
Union Star 66, Cainsville 27
Mound City 48, King City 34
Rock Port 59, Albany 48
Osborn 73, Norborne 59
Ridgeway 60, North Harrison 42
Worth County 67, North Nodaway 54

Pattonsburg won girl's and boy's games against Tri-County. Scores are not known at this time. The Newtown-Harris girls lost by two points at Seymour, Iowa (score unknown). The Newtown-Harris boys won by a large margin (over 30 points) against Seymour, Iowa.

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