Trenton routs Putnam County, improves to 2-1

Date 2012/9/11 8:52:39 | Topic: Sports

The Trenton Bulldogs scored early and often to overwhelm Putnam County on Friday night at C.F. Russell Stadium, winning by a final score of 56-18.
Trenton scored four touchdowns over the first seven minutes of the first quarter, with Austin Taul scoring on a 31 yard run, and Dalton Triplet scoring three times, on runs of 15, 25, and 18 yards. Colby Larson finished the first quarter scoring on a 40 yard screen pass from Jacob Spillman.

Other Trenton scores on the night came on a 1 yard sneak from Dalton Ellis in the second quarter, Colton Neff on a 1 yard third quarter run, and Dillon Triplet on an 85 yard kickoff return for a touchdown late in the third quarter. Putnam County's three touchdowns came in the second half, against the Trenton freshman defense.

Trenton, now 2-1 on the season, will play at Higginsville this Friday night, September 14th at 7 o'clock, with coverage beginning at 5:30 on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

Here are the other scores from Week 3 of the high school football season:

South Harrison 49, Princeton 18 (On KTTN FM 92.3)
Milan 62, Slater 6
King City 41, Albany 20
Maysville 27, Braymer 8
Brookfield 20, Marceline 0
LeBlond 39, Cameron 13
Odessa 65, Carrollton 14
Maryville 49, Chillicothe 7
Polo 12, Gallatin 7
Hamilton 32, Lathrop 14
Knox County 14, Fayette 6
Lawson 36, Plattsburg 14
North Platte 34, Mid-Buchanan 0
Paris 34, North Shelby 13
Savannah 21, Smithville 13
Salisbury 37, Schuyler County 0
St. Joseph Lafayette 34, St. Joseph Benton 7
East Buchanan 32, West Platte 14
Macon 21, Monroe City 12
South Callaway 63, Scotland County 20

South Nodaway 40, Norborne 28
DeKalb 40, Union Star 32
Chilhowee 50, Stewartsville 26
Hardin-Central 34, SW Livingston 18
Stanberry 63, South Holt 6
Tarkio 44, North Nodaway 20
Nodaway-Holt 66, West Nodaway 0
Rock Port 72, Craig 6
Worth County 76, Mound City 52



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