Trenton Gets Tremendous Sendoff on Eve of 1A State Football Title Game
TRENTON, Fla. - The Trenton Tigers haven't lost a football game in 2012 season, and don't plan on bucking the trend in the biggest game in the program's history.
The Tigers, ranked No. 1 in Class 1A for the majority of the year, face their final test of the season in the Class 1A state football final against Northview on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Citrus Bowl.
Trenton was wished farewell by hundreds of fans, including children from the elementary, middle, and high schools.
Head coach Andrew Thomas said the motto was to finish, and his team is four quarters away from finishing a perfect 14-0 season and bringing home the school's first-ever football state championship.
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