Trenton Beats Chiefland in All North Central Florida State Baseball Title Game
GAINESVILLE- Trenton and Chiefland are so close, they could have each taken a five-minute drive and met in the middle to play for the 1A state baseball championship. Instead, they played at Jet Blue Park in Fort Myers, and it was the Tigers ultimatley playing like a big league team Thursday, beating the Indians 11-1 in 6 innings to earn their first baseball state championship in school history.
With the schools located so close together, there were bound to be some families divided on which team to root for. Weekend sports anchor Zach Alridge found one family whose matriarch had two grandsons playing for Trenton and another playing for Chiefland. Although it was tough to watch one lose, Maxine Parrish said it was wonderful to watch two of her grandchildren win.
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