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Posted by Tom on 2013/2/12 8:40:00 (413 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton boys, for the second time this season, have a victory against the Putnam County Midgets, going to overtime on Friday night before pulling out a 63-55 victory in Unionville, improving the Bulldogs record to 14-9 on the season, and clinching the first winning season at THS for boy's basketball coach Jeremy Austin.

The Bulldogs and Midgets, much like their first meeting of the season (a 68-66 Trenton win at the South Harrison Tournament) battled throughout the close, tense game. A three-point shot by Putnam County's Trey Ream tied the game with 10 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, and a baseline shot by Trenton senior Colby Larson came up short at the buzzer, sending the game into the extra session.

Trenton outscored Putnam County 10-2 over the four minutes of overtime, including four-of-four free throws from junior forward Wilson Utley. Larson led the Bulldogs with 19 points, with Chase Tolson adding 13 (including a trio of three-point shots), Austin Taul 12, and Wilson Utley 10. For Putnam County, Trey Ream had 19 points (including four three pointers), Riley Wood 13, Deion Hunt 12, and Cory Lewis 10 points.

The girls game started with a 5-0 Putnam County run, but Trenton responded with back-to-back three pointers (two of those from Cassidy Cotton), and while challenged, the Lady Bulldogs would never give up that advantage, holding on for a 49-38 victory, Trenton's 19th of the season.

Cotton and Makaila Capeder both scored 11 points for Trenton, while Camile Banez scored 14 points (including a trio of fourth-quarter three's) for Putnam County. Samantha Shipley added 10 for the Lady Midgets.

Friday night's games were broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www..kttn.com. The Trenton varsity basketball teams will HOST the Cameron Dragons on Tuesday night, February 12th, with the Senior Night games to be broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

Here are the rest of the basketball scores from Friday, February 8, 2013:

GIRLS:
Newtown-Harris 45, Cainsville 41
Winston 48, Grundy R-5 35
Polo 65, Worth County 41
Braymer 50, Princeton 31
Brookfield 75, Louisiana 22
Hamilton 66, Mid-Buchanan 20
Marceline 58, Paris 54
Jefferson 63, Stewartsville 26
Maysville 58, King City 36
Lawson 51, West Platte 24
Stanberry 53, Albany 38
Pattonsburg 35, Gilman City 32
Lathrop 58, East Buchanan 52
North Platte 51, Plattsburg 49

BOYS:
Grundy R-5 80, Winston 78 (2 OT's)
Newtown-Harris 63, Trenton JV 49
Polo 76, Worth County 59
Louisiana 81, Brookfield 58
LaPlata 52, Green City 38
Braymer 65, Princeton 36
Marceline 60, Paris 26
Maryville 69, Benton 27
Lafayette 56, Bishop LeBlond 31
Jefferson 57, Stewartsville 24
Pattonsburg 47, Gilman City 40
Albany 42, Stanberry 38
Mid-Buchanan 49, Hamilton 45
West Platte 63, Lawson 53
East Buchanan 58, Lathrop 49
Maysville 45, King City 42 (OT)
Plattsburg 60, North Platte 58

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