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PRIDE OF TRION BAND SHOWS OUT AT HALFTIME FOR SENIOR NIGHT

BY:JESSE WHITED 

The Pride of Trion Marching Bulldogs played on Friday, September 25th, Senior Night, to show off their performance and make their fans and parents proud. 

The band started with their opener “Havana Express.” Right after that, each senior was called out individually in a single file line where everyone could see and cheer them on.

All of the senior band members were wearing different hats to separate them from the rest of the band. Some serious and others not so much. After their recognition, they went back to their last spot and went on with their show.

During the 3rd quarter, each senior was given a gift from their section as an appreciation for their hard work and dedication and/or a cherished memory of that person and senior. 

The night was filled with many emotions for those in the band: Laughs, tears, etc,. From my personal point of view of the night, I will always remember the moments I share with the people that I call my family. 

 

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THS STUDENTS HELP CHATTOOGA COUNTY HONOR PRISONER OF WAR IN PARADE 

BY: JESSE WHITED 

The Pride of Trion Marching Bulldogs went into the City of Summerville to join in with the parade to honor a recently passed World War II Veteran, SGT. Leo Lanier Jr. 

Mr. Lanier is a Trion graduate and is also the last living POW in Chattooga County. Lanier and his graduating football teammates of 1941 all enlisted into the service after their season ended. Lanier Jr. flew 21 missions to Germany, four missions to France, and one to Norway during his first tour of duty in the B-17 bomber groups during World War II. Lanier was a waist gunner and ball turret gunner. Lanier and his teammates are all honorable men, and he and his team served their calling to their country with dignity and will forever be respected and remembered by all. 

The parade started with his battalion marching in the front followed by the Trion High School band. The procession marched through town and ended at the courthouse. The band played their fight song for the veteran and the percussion played their cadence. The band also played their opening show piece: “Havana Express,” along with a few short stand tunes known as “ Seven Nation Army, Go Mighty Bulldogs, and Go Dogs Go,” which filled the small crowd with joy and enlightenment. 

After the parade, the veteran’s Battalion honored the soldier with a 21 gun salute and everyone left that day with the memory of Leo and his teammates.

 

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BULLDOGS FALL TO MODEL DEVILS 

BY: LAYLA VINEYARD

The Bulldogs lost to the Model Blue Devils 31-0 on Friday. The Bulldogs started off strong, allowing only a field goal through the first quarter. Trino gave up two touchdowns to the Blue Devils in the second quarter, to put themselves behind 17-0 at the half. The Bulldogs gave up another two touchdowns in the last two quarters of the game, to a final score of 31-0. Brantley Willbanks had 12 tackles on a defense as linebackers, and Toby Maddux had 10 at outside linebacker. The team had a total of 108 yards, with 23 of them being rushing, and 85 passing. 

Bulldogs fans wore purple to the game to honor Jewell Sweat, a Model senior cheerleader, who is battling a rare type of stomach cancer. The Model and Trion cheer squads came together to take a picture with the cheerleader on her senior night. 

The Bulldogs, who are 0-2 as of Friday’s game, are looking to put a win under their belt when they take the field on Friday against Dade County. Not only is this the first game of the season at Sam R. McCain, it will also be Senior Night. Senior fall sports athletes and band members will be recognized at halftime. Masks are not required, but they are strongly encouraged, along with social distancing when possible. 

 

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TRION CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS COMPETE IN ARMUCHEE TRAIL RUN 

On Saturday, September 19, Trion High School’s Cross Country Team traveled to Armuchee to compete in the Armuchee Trail Run, a 5,000 meter run. Each Trion Team had a runner finish in the top ten. In the varsity boys race, our very own Eli Hutchins, freshman runner for the Bulldogs, placed ninth out of 73 other runners. He finished with a time of 18:58, only a minute behind the 1st place finisher. Senior Dawson Brown placed 18th with a time of 19:30.10. Other memorable runner are THS junior William Price, senior Armando Bernando, freshman Carter Loughridge, and sophomores Blayne Wilson and Julio Castenda.

In the varsity girls race, THS freshman, Alexis Dover placed 8th out of 35 runners, with a time of 24:38.57, which of 4 seconds behind the first place finisher from Armuchee. Sophomore Briana Lathem finished in placed 16th, with a time of 26:47.65. Other memorable runners were seniors Kelsey Kingery, Emma Cooper, Summer Vaughn, and Margelen Sumner said the course was definitely not the most difficult course but it was new to the team. She stated, “There was only one hill, but we had to run it twice.” 

The team will race today in Adairsville and on Saturday morning at Darlington. The team is under the leadership of Coach Justin Gentry and John Chance once again this year.

 

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TRION HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS CEREMONY FOR LAST YEAR’S ACADEMIC T RECIPIENTS

BY: MAGGIE RAGLAND

On Tuesday, September 22, Trion High School honored the Academic T recipients from the previous school year in a ceremony held in the cafeteria at 8:15 AM. The Classes of 2021, 2022, 2023 each had an abundance of exceptional academic students that received a certificate and a piece to add to their letterman jackers to recognize their hard work and effort in class this last year. 

In order to receive an Academic T, a student must have all A’s (90 and above) as a yearly average in all of their academic and CTAE classes. The ceremony is held to recognize the accomplishments of these hard-working students for putting in the effort to maintain straight A’s in all classes. 

The ceremony took place in the cafeteria on Tuesday moring and lasted for approximately an hour. Students wer called onto the stage to receive their awards and recognition. Afterwards, students were able to enjoy a snacks, such as muffins and donuts, and enjoy time with their peers before heading back to class. 

Due to the current social distancing guidelines and COVID-19 restrictions, only recipients of the award were permitted to attend the ceremony. Although parents and other family members were unable to attend, the event was live streamed for outside viewers to see. A recording of the ceremony can be found on school website. 

Congratulations to all of our recipients of the Academic T Award! Striving for excellence is a key factor in building a successful future, and these students have portrayed their dedication through hard work and a strong work ethic to maintain high grades.

 

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