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Feed Your Soul Color Run/Walk

POLO, MO — Stagecoach Community Park (just south of town) will be the site of the “Feed Your Soul” 1-mile or 3-mile color run/walk on Saturday, Sept. 2o. Registration is from 7-7:45 a.m., and the run starts at 8. The cost to participate is $25 and includes a t-shirt (or register for $15 and forego the shirt). This event will benefit Christ’s Cupboard Food Pantry. For more information email [email protected]

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Trenton’s Big Inning Sinks Gallatin in Home Softball Opener

Gallatin shortstop Kelsie Huggins waits to apply the tag to Trenton’s Tenna Roberts. Catcher Bailey Maxwell unleashed a perfect throw to cut down the runner trying to steal second base during Tuesday’s softball opener at GHS.

Trenton’s Lady Bulldogs scored six runs in the top of the sixth inning on their way to an 8-2 victory over Gallatin in Tuesday’s season opener at the GHS field.

Trenton’s outburst broke up

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Dogs Hope Defense Steps Up Against Hornet Juggernaut

One game and one victory down for the Gallatin Bulldogs. Now they must scale the Mt. Olympus of Class 1 football hierarchy.

Gallatin hopes to end a seven-game losing streak to rival Hamilton this Friday, but to do so the Bulldogs will have to limit damage by the Hornet offense, led by all-state senior Kellen Overstreet.

The University of Wyoming-bound runner picked up where he left off from last season=s

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Missouri Opens Season with South Dakota State

by Benjamin Herrold 

Congratulations, college football fans, you’ve made it. This weekend the grand old game returns, bringing back fight songs, gamedays and ancient stadiums packed with familiar colors.

Missouri opens the 2014 campaign, the 89th season for the Tigers at Faurot Field, by hosting the South Dakota State Jackrabbits on Saturday (2:30 p.m. on ESPNU). South Dakota State competes in the Football Championship Subdivision, the lower tier of Division

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Three from Area 4-H Attend State Archery Shoot

Prairie Grove Shotgun Sports was host to the State 4-H NFAA 300 Archery Contest. Three members of the Daviess County Knee-Hi 4-H Club participated during the contest Saturday morning. More than 400 youth from across the state participated during the two-day event. Emma Qualman participated in the Junior Division Compound Fingers, Alex Endicott in the Junior Division Recurve Fingers, and Libby Endicott in the Intermediate Division Compound Release. In order

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Soccer Sign Ups

Youth fall soccer sign ups are now available at the school or at Gallatin City Hall. They are due back by Sept 4. First games will be Sept. 20.

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Experienced Bulldogs Hope to Take Winning to Next Level

Expect most of the returning Gallatin Bulldogs to play both ways, but also expect them to contend for the 2014 Grand River Conference title and post season play.

Gallatin returns 10 starters on offense and nearly the same group on defense as they prepare to open the season this Friday at North Platte, a team that returns 10 starters on offense and all 11 on defense. Second-year coach Kevin Gundy

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Garnett Earns FedEx Playoff Spot and Another PGA Season

Gallatin native Brice Garnett equaled his season best round of 66 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 32nd place at the Wyndham Championship held in Greensboro, NC.

With his placing, Garnett earned enough FedEx points to lock up a spot in the FedEx playoffs, which begin this week at The Barclays, and he clinched a spot on the PGA tour for next season.

Garnett currently ranks 117

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GHS Girls Ready to Defend Conference Softball Title

Gallatin returns six starters from last season’s 18-3 and Grand River Conference champion softball team. Coach Chad Sullenger says his team prides itself on being versatile when it comes to plugging holes in the lineup.

“We have numerous athletes who can play different positions,” he said, “and with the loss of three seniors from a year ago, you’ll see some of that versatility with players that have played previously changing

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