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Panthers fall in GRC 8-man football

The combined Pattonsburg, Gilman City and North Harrison football team fell to St. Joseph Christian, 52-0, in Grand River Conference 8-man football action Friday night at Pattonsburg.

The Lions scored twice in the opening quarter and ended the game in the second period with five more touchdowns.

Peyton Jones completed six of 17 passes for the Panthers for 91 yards. Gavin Garrett caught a pair of passes for 71 yards.

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Mizzou looks to bounce back with new coach and improved offense

by Benjamin Herrold

For the first time since 2000, the Missouri Tigers will begin the football campaign with a head coach other than Gary Pinkel, who announced his retirement last fall after a decade and a half in charge.

New head coach Barry Odom is a Mizzou alum and completely invested in succeeding here. But as another Missouri summer moves into its death throes, the questions dart through the minds

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Garnett ties for 20th at Wyndham

Gallatin native Brice Garnett shot a round of 65 on Sunday to move into a two-way tie for 20th place in the Wyndham Championship, held at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, NC.

Garnett’s Sunday round tied for the second lowest score in the field. He notched five birdies to go with 13 pars. His four-day totals were 69-68-67-65.

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GHS rally falls short in 5-3 loss to Polo Panthers

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Aubrey Feiden is ready to make contact with a pitch during first inning action Monday against visiting Polo.

Gallatin’s girls started slow, finished strong, but came up short Monday night in their 2016 softball opener against Polo.

The Lady Panthers scored five runs in the first five innings then held off the Lady Bulldogs late for a 5-3 Grand River Conference victory that was postponed after the first inning due

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GHS defense hold Panthers to 113 yards, one score

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Gallatin tacklers swarm North Platte quarterback Austin Snook during first quarter action Friday night in Dearborn. The Bulldogs led, 21-0, before officials halted the game due to approaching bad weather. The game resumed Saturday afternoon with Gallatin moving to 1-0 with a 42-6 victory.

Yogi Berra would call it déjà vu all over again.

Gallatin led North Platte, 21-0, Friday night before a rain and lightning storm forced postponement of

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Supersized GRC, new coach and new look Dogs ready for early start

Twenty-three schools sending to GRC ranks

When discussing prospects for Gallatin’s upcoming high school football season, the topic of who the Bulldogs will play may be just as compelling as the one concerning who will fill out roster spots.

A February, 2015, vote by Grand River Conference school officials provided a major shakeup of the league, the biggest, in fact, since the league’s formation in 1930. With the addition of

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Strong GHS golf squad ready for action on Monday

Gallatin Lady Bulldog golf coach Cindy Boles is enjoying a luxury that few coaches get to experience in any sport.

Boles, long time girls’ golf coach at GHS, welcomes back all eight golfers from last season’s squad that finished 9-0 in match play, runnerup in the Grand River Conference and second in Class 1, District 7.

Four returning golfers finished in the top 20 at district and two of those

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Gallatin will defend GRC softball title with younger squad

The Lady Bulldogs once again plan on being in the thick of the conference race after winning outright titles in 2013 and 2015, while sharing the crown in 2014. Gallatin has won at least a share of five of the last ten GRC softball titles and six of the last twelve since 2004.

Although five starters return, if the Lady Bulldogs are to contend for a GRC title and post

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GHS athletes gearing up for jamborees on Friday

FB Practice 8-5-16 006Gallatin R-5 softball, golf and football athletes have been preparing for season opening competition since Aug. 1, despite field conditions that limited outside work last week.

Lady Bulldog golfers hit the links first when they travel to Stanberry on Monday, Sept. 22. The Lady Bulldog softball team traSB, Golf Practice 002vels to Milan this Friday for a jamboree that also includes the host school, Princeton and Scotland County. Gallatin’s softball season opens

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