2014 FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING REGISTRATION AT THE TRION RECREATION DEPARTMENT
The Trion Recreation Department will be conducting Football and Cheerleading registration for the 2014 season beginning Wednesday, July 16 through Saturday, August 9. Individual age groups in the North Ga. Youth Football League are as follows: 5&6 year olds---7-Under---8-Under—9-Under and 10&11 year olds. Cost of participation in football is $25 for County residents. A $25 uniform deposit is required when football equipment is distributed.
Cost of participation in cheerleading is “cost of uniform”.
Age control date is May 1st. This means that the potential participant must be 5 years of age before May 1st and no older than 11 before May 1st, 2014. Age control date is for both Football and Cheeleading. No exceptions.
A copy of the child’s birth certificate is required upon registration if there is not one on file at the Trion Recreation Department.
Call the Rec. Department at 734-2011 with any questions.
10U Girls And 12U Girls finish as State Runner ups
10U Girls State Runner ups
L-R Bottom Row: – Reagan Miller, Katelyn Hollingsworth, Summer Vaughn, Jenna Mosley, Katie Williams, Tabitha Neal
L-R Middle Row: Grace Faulkner, Alyson Jones, Lauren Delay, Brooklyn Brock, and Gracie Tucker
L-R Back Row: Coaches:Brandi Mosley, Kristin Williams, Joey Delay, and Chris Mosley. Not pictured Gracie Canada.
12U Girls State Runner up
Bottom Row L-R Grace Wofford, Emma Witt, Chloe Murdock, Kaysie Lee Wright, Mary Shore
Middle Row L-R: Kaylee Driver, Madison Campbell, Gretchen Clark, Lily Keen, Sydney Bennett, Kerrington Wagner
Back Row: L-R Coaches: Mike Wright, Todd Murdock, None Keen, Caleb Millican
The 2014 Dizzy Dean State Softball Tournaments were played this past weekend through rainy weather in Rossville, GA. The 10U girls and the 12U girls had great showings both finishing as state runner up in North GA. The 12U Girls defeated Gordon County twice reaching the State finals against Banks. Banks proved to be to tough for the Lady Dogs winning the championship 6-0 behind a strong pitching performance. The 12U girls did win the sportsmanship award which goes to the team that had the best attitude in the tournament. The 10U girls had a little more difficult road to reach the state final. Below is a story written by Trion 10U Girls Coach Brandi Mosley about their road to the finals:
10U falls short in Championship
After 31 ½ hours on the ball field with 6 games played the Trion Lady Dogs captured 2nd place in the Dizzy Dean 10U state tournament and received the Sportsmanship Award for the 10U. Saturday they won game 1 against Union County with a score of 3-0. Jenna Mosley struck out 14 batters in the game. The Lady Dogs offense was helped by hits from Mosley, Gracie Canada, Brooklyn Brock, Lauren Delay, and Summer Vaughn. Game 2 was against Summerville. The Lady Dogs were up 2-1 in the last inning and fell short of the win with Summerville winning by a score of 4-2. Mosley struck out 13 batters and the offense was led again by Mosley, Vaughn, a sacrifice by Brock, and great base running by Gracie Tucker. The tournament continued Sunday with game 3 and a win against LFO by a score of 10-9. Tucker took the mound and contributed 4 strikeouts. Mosley came in and relieved the last two innings to get the save with 5 strikeouts. The Lady Dogs bats were hot with hits by Mosley, Vaughn, Brock (2), Delay, Tucker, Canada, Reagan Miller, and Katie Williams (2). Game 4 began Sunday with 1 inning played before the rain came and delayed the tournament until Monday. The Lady Dogs were up 3-0 at that time against Union County. The game was continued Monday and the Lady Dogs won 6-1. Mosley struck out 12 batters with and the offense was led by hits from Vaughn, Brock, Tucker, and Williams. Game 5 resulted in a win against Jackson County with a score of 4-1. Mosley struck out 13 batters while again the offense was led by Mosley (2 hits), Vaughn (2 hits), Brock, and Tabitha Neal with one hit apiece. The Lady Dogs made it back to the Championship to play Summerville again. After a long fought game the Lady Dogs fell short with Summerville winning 4-2. Mosley did strike out 6 batters and we had hits by Mosley, Delay, Williams, and Alyson Jones.
The Trion Rec, Dept. would like to thank Brandi for contributing this article to the website.
The Trion Recreation Dept. would like to say we are very proud of all the All-Star teams and coaches that participated in the District and State Tournaments. All the boys and girls represented the Town of Trion very well and are on their way to becoming great Future Trion Bulldogs!
2014 Trion Recreation Baseball/Softball All-Stars
Click the appropriate age link below to download a roster of your son/daughter's All-star team.
7-8 Girls All-Stars
7-8 Boys All-Stars
9-10 Girls All-Stars
9-10 Boys All-Stars
11-12 Girls All-Stars
11-12 Boys All-Stars
13-14 Girls All-Stars
13-14 Boys All-Stars
Notice! New Town of Trion Policy regarding Pets
Starting on Monday, April 28th The Town of Trion will be implementing a new policy that will prohibit Pet Owners from bringing their pets inside the fenced in areas of the Recreation complex. Due to numerous complaints about dogs and cats at ballgames, the town of Trion has decided to ban any pets from the Trion Recreation Complex Property. These boundaries include the T-Ball Field, The Chamlee Field, The Greenwood Field, The Crisp Field, The Gilreath Field and the Tennis Courts. Also... inside the Perimeter fencing will be off limits to all pets of any kind with the EXCEPTION of any service dogs that help the physically handicapped(I.E. Seeing eye dogs etc.) Perimeter fencing includes the entire area around the T-Ball and Chamlee fields inside the perimeter fence and the Entire area around the Crisp, Greenwood, Gilreath fields, and Tennis Courts inside the perimeter fencing. Also included in this ban is the Track Field area , the Pavilion, and the Playground area at the Pavilion. Pet owners are free to use the area where the old apartments once stood. If you have any questions about this you can call the Recreation Dept. at 706-734-2011 or the Town Of Trion offices at 706-734-2332.
Trion Mat Dogs have successful State Tournament
The Trion Mat Dogs had another very successful wrestling season. Twenty-four wrestlers qualified for a very tough state tournament at the Georgia Dome. Winning medals were Crawford Lee 2nd, Toby Maddux 3rd, Andrew Jones 4th, Cole Luallen 3rd and Logan Blevins 3rd. Trion eight and under won the runner up team trophy, finishing only one point behind Morris Fitness. This is the 2nd consecutive year these kids have finished top two in the state. Congratulations to these awesome young grapplers.
Medal winners: (left-right) Andrew Jones, Cole Luallen, Crawford Lee, Logan Blevins and Toby Maddux