The Middle School Troy Trojans football team traveled to Centralia on Thursday, September 29 to face the Panthers.
Both teams went into the game undefeated. Centralia came out firing and controlled most of the game. The final score was 40-12 in favor of the Panthers.
The loss snaps a thirteen-game winning streak for Troy Middle School Football and brings this year’s team to 4-1.
The Trojans look to rebound next Thursday, October 6 against the Doniphan West Mustangs.
Pic 1 Caption: #4 Jace Johnson and #12 Lane Hartman block.
Pic 2 Caption: #34 Gavin Woodruff carries the ball.
Troy High School Juniors Karlie Grable and Seth Judd attended the first conference of the 2022-2023 e2 Fellowship in St. Joseph, Missouri. Karlie and Seth learned about the origins of leadership, were responsible for presenting to the group, and listed the values they hold most dear. The second installment of the conference is November 29.
Pic 1: Seth Judd and Karlie Grable.
Pic 2: Seth and Karlie present.
The Troy Trojans Middle School Football team traveled to Wathena on September 22 to face off against Riverside Middle School’s seventh grade team.
The final score was 44-6 in favor of the Trojans. #4 Jace Johnson performed well at the wide receiver position as he picked up more responsibilities this game. #20 Reed Wampler (WR) also stepped up, seeing a lot more playing time as he improves every week. #22/72 Don Nelson (DL) put in a tough performance against Riverside’s linemen who were much bigger than him.
The victory puts Troy’s record at 4-0. The Trojans travel to Centralia on September 29.
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