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MU ends season with loss at Arkansas

by Benjamin Herrold

The rain fell relentlessly from the gray Arkansas sky on Black Friday, stinging and cold as it pelted Missouri fans in coats and ponchos tucked into the visitors section of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Ozark Mountains stretched out in a dramatic, cloudy view from the upper deck. In the distance, a road stretched far to the horizon.

Down on the field, the road ended for

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Trenton girls, Winston boys grab top seeds in 39th Gallatin Invitational

Trenton’s girls and Winston’s boys have been awarded the top seeds in the 39th Annual Gallatin Invitational Basketball Tournament, which tips off next Monday night, but both girls and boys brackets promise upset potential.

It’s not every year that the GIT features a state tournament finalist, but this year’s event provides that and a state sectional qualifier on the boys’ side. Four of last year’s all-tournament boys are back

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Strong post play fuels Panther, Bulldog split

Tuesday night’s basketball season openers for Gallatin and Pattonsburg may have been less about winning and more about finding out where players stand in the pecking order of starting rotations.

Gallatin’s Bailey Maxwell and Pattonsburg’s Katie Warford battle for a loose ball during opening action Tuesday night in Pattonsburg.

Gallatin girls and boys teams went deep into their benches but only the Bulldog boys escaped the Panther dome with a

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Missouri loses Pinkel’s Faurot farewell, heads to Arkansas for finale

Years from now, it will be largely just a footnote that Gary Pinkel lost his final home game as the head coach of the Missouri Tigers. However, sitting through Missouri’s 19-8 loss to Tennessee for three-plus hours in cold temperatures was pretty painful.

It was the coldest home game at kickoff in Pinkel’s 15 years, with temperatures in the 20s. As the game progressed, the temperatures dropped and the relatively

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Introducing the 2015-16 GHS Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders

Gallatin varsity basketball teams tipped off Tuesday night at Pattonsburg and GHS cheerleaders were there on the sidelines to urge them on.

Members of this year’s basketball cheerleader squad are, front row, from left: Megan Redman, Jaylee Baker, Kelli Lynch, Chloe Simmons and Essie Williamson; back row: Coach Kelly Walker, Hailey Toney, Kylie Jeffers, Tatum Griffin, Marrissa Byrom, Cayden Johnson and Sarabeth Michael. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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Garnett sweeps to back-to-back top ten PGA finishes

Gallatin native Brice Garnett put together his second straight top ten finish last weekend on the PGA Golf Tour.

Garnett finished 13-under par over the weekend to place seventh in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, held at El Camaleon Golf Course in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Garnett’s latest top ten finish comes on the heels of a ninth place finish in the Sanderson Farms Championship (Jackson, Miss.) on Nov. 8.

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Dogs pin early hopes on returning center and four new starters

The Gallatin Bulldog team that steps onto the floor for the opening game of the Gallatin Invitational Tournament will look very different from the one that in December of last year captured a third GIT title in a four-year span.

The Bulldogs graduated seven seniors from last year’s team that finished 6-3 in a tough GRC race and 18-9 overall. Replacing four starters and keeping a competitive edge will be

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Senior-led GHS girls look to continue winning basketball under new coach

The last time the Gallatin Lady Bulldogs changed head basketball coaches, George H. W. Bush was also getting ready to give up his seat in the White House to Bill Clinton.

Entering the 2015-16 GHS basketball season, retired Lady Bulldog coach Rick Lin, who himself took over from Kevin Nichols in 1992, has passed the head coaching baton to former assistant coach Chad Sullenger. Despite losing three key players from

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Pinkel announced retirement, Tigers beat BYU

by Benjamin Herrold

At the end of a tumultuous week of protests and resignations for the University of Missouri, coach Gary Pinkel announced he would retire at the end of the season. It was a stunning move, as Pinkel has been the head coach at Missouri since Bill Clinton was President.

Pinkel was diagnosed this spring with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and although he says he feels fine, he wanted to focus

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