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GJH boys third, girls fifth at GRC meet

Gallatin junior high track teams competed in the Grand River Conference Junior High Meet last Thursday at Worth County High School. The girls placed fifth in the 10-team field while the boys took third overall.

Following are Thursday’s results:


100m Dash: Maddison Michael, 6th, 14.79. 200m Dash: Michael, 5th, 31.91. 400m Dash: Caragan Baker, 2nd, 1:08.11; Claire Hemry, 5th, 1:09.88.

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Bombs, diamonds, rainbows…Elementary students think outside the cereal box

Searcy Elementary in Gallatin recently held its annual Fifth Grade Design a Cereal Box Contest.  Winners are:

Boys: first Dalton Albrech-Myrich; second Draven Wright; third Logan Bottcher

Girls: first Ella Bradford; second Emma Harper; third Brianna Gilmore.

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Hancock breaks GRC pole vault record with 13’6” vault

After a long absence in the Grand River Conference record book, Gallatin now owns one new mark in the conference’s track and field competition.

Senior Tate Hancock bested all pole vaulters Monday during the league meet and set a new high mark of 13’6”, breaking the previous record set by Maysville’s Taylor Mason by five inches.

Hancock’s first place performance was only one of Gallatin’s point-producing marks at Monday’s league

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Bulldogs add GRC junior varsity golf title to season honors

Make that a clean sweep for Gallatin High School golfers.

One day after the varsity boys brought home their fourth straight Grand River Conference title, the junior varsity squad took the league’s top honor, by nearing the same margin.

With five golfers in the top ten, Gallatin won the GRC jayvee title with a 194 to 245 victory over second place King City in competition last Wednesday at Maysville. Albany

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Almond, Leonard shine at HDC track and field meet

Monday’s HDC Conference track meet saw Tri-County’s Katana Almond win the 800- and 1600-meter races and Winston’s Jordan Leonard sweep the sprints and the long jump events.

Following are varsity and junior high results from Monday’s event.

Varsity Girls

Winston, 2nd, 102 pts.

Tri-County, 5th, 46 pts.

Gilman City, 8th, 37 pts.

Pattonsburg, 9th, 18 pts.

100m Dash: 2. Carly Gordon (W),

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Gallatin Prom Lock In

The Gallatin High School Prom Lock-In 2016 held a very successful night. The Prom Lock-In committee expressed appreciation for the community’s contributions and support that made the event possible.

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FBLA shirts get a sprucing

Samuel Coulson, a graduating school fbla shirt twosenior this year, designed this t-shirt for the FBLA class at Gallatin High School. He also designed a pin that lights up. Sam, a member of FBLA, thought the shirts needed a little pizzazz.

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Band students take first, second ratings at state

Gallatin R-5 Band students recently competed at state competition held at the University of Missouri on April 29. The band received a one rating for Percussion Octet (Jade Wayne, Briar Roll, Kira Williams, CJ Richards, Jarod Rains, Jeremy Ruth, Ty Hanson, John Gibson); Jade Wayne, clarinet; Coby Brogan, trombone; Natalie Marble, trumpet.

Students receiving two ratings were: Patrick McNickle, trombone; Sarabeth Michael, flute; Maelea Coulson, flute.

Xandria Obico is Director

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Stephen Williamson to speak to 2016 graduating class

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Stephen Williamson has been a teacher at Gallatin since 2013. He will speak to the GHS Class of 2016. [Submitted Photo/Maddison Michael]

Stephen Williamson will be the graduation speaker for the Gallatin High School Class of 2016 during their commencement ceremonies at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 6. Mr. Williamson teaches seventh and eighth grade English along with English IV.

“I plan to focus on appreciating where the students are

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