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Sports : Listen To The Trenton Softball and Golf Shows Here!
Posted by Tom on 2013/9/13 14:20:00 (402 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Lady Bulldog Coaches Shows, with softball coach John Cowling and golf coach Jeremy Austin, will air tonight on Hot Country Z 101.7, with Coach Cowling at 6:15 and Coach Austin at halftime of the football game with Putnam County.

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The THS girl's golf team continues to show steady improvement, with a home date with Putnam County on Monday and the Gallatin Tournament on the horizon for Tuesday.

Meanwhile, for the first time this season, the Trenton Lady Bulldog softball team is tasting defeat, falling to Brookfield on Tuesday night by a score of 4-1. The Lady Bulldogs travel to Plattsburg on Monday and Lathrop on Tuesday of next week, before Milan visits the Ebbe Sports Complex next Thursday night at 5 o'clock.

Here are the recordings of the "Jeremy Austin Show" and the "John Cowling Show" (the interview with Coach Cowling was recorded AFTER Tuesday night's loss):

Click here to listen to the "Jeremy Austin Show" (THS golf)

Click here to listen to the "John Cowling Show" (THS softball)

Here are area softball scores from Thursday night (Trenton had the night off):

Centralia 8, Brookfield 0
Winston boys run-ruled Tri-County (Winston 7-0)
Marceline 13, Slater 1 (5 innings)
Northwestern 8, Hale 0
Novinger 11, Marion County 3
Knox County 5, Milan 0
Hamilton 16, Plattsburg 2
Smithville 3, Cameron 2
Lawson 14, East Buchanan 4
Bishop LeBlond 4, SJ Lafayette 1
Gallatin 8, Stanberry 6

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