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Posted by Tom on 2013/8/27 19:00:00 (494 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs and Gallatin Lady Bulldogs “lift the lid” on the 2013 softball season on Wednesday night at what will certainly be a blazing-hot Johnson Field at Trenton High School.

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While Trenton will have plenty of faces in new places, Gallatin will return a good group that has steadily improved during their years in high school.

Trenton head coach John Cowling, in comparison to the final game of last season against Grain Valley, will have a very different looking squad:

Click here to listen to THS Softball Coach John Cowling

Cowling has given early indications that instead of going with one main pitcher in the circle, as he did last year with Scotlin Hurley, in 2013 that job may be more of a double-team effort:

Click here to listen to THS Softball Coach John Cowling

Gallatin head coach Chad Sullenger has a group that played Trenton very tough last season, falling by a 2-0 final score. That group will look to get an early lead tonight:

Click here to listen to GHS Softball Coach Chad Sullenger

With Trenton being a very-well known power in north Missouri softball, Sullenger and his team know a road win would be a “BIG” win for Gallatin:

Click here to listen to GHS Softball Coach Chad Sullenger

Pregame hits the air at 4:50 late Wednesday afternoon, with first pitch at 5:00. The game will be broadcast LIVE on KTTN FM 92.3, with live video/audio available from KTTN's City-Link TV connection from our website, www.kttn.com.

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