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Jennie Stigers

Gallatin native Jennie Stigers, 86, died Sept. 24 at Liberty.

Jennie Stigers

Funeral services for Jennie Stigers, a native of Gallatin, were held Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1999, at Grace Episcopal Church, Liberty. Burial was at Mt. Ayer Cemetery in Altamont. The family suggests contributions to the Grace Episcopal Church.

Jennie C. Stigers, 86, Liberty, died Friday, Sept. 24, 1999, at Liberty Hospital.

Miss Stigers was born in Gallatin.

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Jayvee scoreboard

Scores for the past week

BULLDOG SCOREBOARD

Jr. High Softball:

Gallatin 8, Princeton 5

WP: Lindsey Robertson

Gallatin 11, Princeton 1

WP: Lindsey Love

Albany Tournament: 2nd place

Gallatin 15, Albany 2

South Harrison 20, Gallatin 9

Jr. High Football:

Princeton 22, Gallatin 6

TD: Tyler Nichols

Gallatin 6, Lawson 0 (7th)

TD: Kyle Hefley

Gallatin 24, Lawson 0 (8th)

TD: Jeremiah Gibson (2), Colby Swanstone

PAT: Patrick Dickinson, Tyler

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1A football polls

How they stack up as of Sept. 29

1A Football Polls (9/29/99)

( ) denotes last ranking

MSSA/Associated Press

1. GALLATIN (2) 4-0

2. Santa Fe (3) 4-0

3. Rich Hill (4) 4-0

4. St. Vincent (1) 3-1

5. Cass-Midway (5) 3-1

6. Adrian (6) 3-1

7. Hardin-Central (7) 3-0

8. South Harrison (10) 4-0

9. Greenfield (NR) 4-0

10. Milan (NR) 4-0

MoSports.com Poll

1. Santa Fe (2) 4-0

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GRC standings

Week 4 standings reported, along with Bulldog-Blue Jay summary.

GALLATIN 43, ROCK PORT 0

Gallatin 6 24 13 0 43

Rock Port 0 0 0 0 0

GAL RP

First downs 5 6

Rushes-yds. 33-335 28-12

Com-att-int 1-3-0 7-17-2

Passing yds. 8 95

Fumbles-lost 2-0 1-0

Penalties-yds. 4-35 3-15

Punts-avg. 2-37 8-20

SCORING SUMMARY

Gal: Hubbard 29 yd. run (fum. snap).

Gal: Sauls 27 yd. field goal.

Gal: Carroll 67

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Lady golfers win at Albany

Kari Dickinson shot here best of the season to take medalist honors at Albany.

A steady day of rain forced cancellation of Monday’s Albany Tournament but GHS Lady Bulldog golfers managed to run their match record to 6-2 last Thursday with a 209 to 218 victory at Albany in head-to-head competition with the Lady Warriors.

Kari Dickinson shot her best score of the season, a 46, to take the medalist

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Softball here Oct. 5

Jefferson-Bosworth game scheduled at Gallatin.

Gallatin High School will host a varsity boys softball game on Tuesday, Oct. 5, between Jefferson and Bosworth high schools. The game will start at 6 p.m. Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for students.

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Dogs keep on rollin’

Gallatin battered the Rock Port Blue Jays with a 43-0 win. The Bulldogs are currently holding the #1 statewide Class 1A rank.

Gallatin, the newly-ranked #1 team in Missouri Class 1A, battered the Rock Port Blue Jays with a 1-2 combination of backfield speed and dominating line strength Friday night. The 43-0 win ran Gallatin’s regular season victory streak to 26 games. It also served notice to the rest of

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Gallatin city board meets

Minutes reported from the Sept. 28 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen

Following a recent meeting in Jefferson City, the Executive Director of the Missouri Development Finance Board indicated his agreement toward making a favorable recommendation regarding the MDFB’s assistance in refinancing the city’s outstanding certificates of participation. A preliminary expression of intent is expected at the Sept. 28 MDFB meeting, with a formal resolution expected at the board’s

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Season Pass

Gallatin’s Bulldogs need no added incentives against the Wolverines, says sports columnist Dennis Cox.

by Dennis Cox

Re venge’: v. 1. to inflict damage, injury, or punishment in return for (an injury, insult, etc.); n. 1. the act of revenging; vengeance; 2. what is done in revenging; 3. a chance to retaliate or get satisfaction, as by a return match after defeat in a previous one.

Okay, the Gallatin Bulldogs

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