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Sports : Young and improving, Trenton aims for 3-0 start
Posted by Tom on 2013/9/11 13:20:00 (296 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Bulldogs are 2-0, with victories against Missouri River Valley Conference competition (Carrollton and Lexington) thus far in 2013.

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The Bulldogs hit the road on Friday night, looking to NOT stub their toe against an upset-minded Putnam County squad piloted by veteran coach Dave Cavanah. The PAR Broadcast Group's Sports Director, Tom Johnson, spoke with THS head coach Wes Croy about last week's win at Lexington, and the road trip to Unionville, on the pre-recorded pregame interview, to air on Friday night on Hot Country Z 101.7.

Here is the interview with Trenton Coach Wes Croy!

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Here is the interview with Putnam County Head Coach Dave Cavanah:

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Listen (or watch) Friday night's game from Putnam County Stadium in Unionville on Hot Country Z 101.7, www.kgozfm.com, and City-Link TV (available from our website's front page)! Football Frenzy starts coverage at 5:30 on Friday night, with the THS Lady Bulldog coaches interviews at 6:10, with the interviews with Coach Cavanah and Coach Croy to follow!

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