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Blasts from the Past

Jan. 26, 2005

The FCCLA Region 2 Officer Screening was held Tuesday at Braymer High School. Katie Patton, Gallatin, was elected Region 2 National Officer candidate. She will now compete in April at State Conference for Missouri’s National Officer candidate.

Ray Depuy of Ireland Adv. and Electric of Chillicothe took 72 hours to do fabrication work in his shop for the new time and temperature sign which now stands on

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Strong Efforts Lead to GRC Sweep of Polo Panthers

Gallatin’s girls, two games removed from the loss of their floor leader, found a new formula Tuesday night with a team effort and a solid 51-35 victory on the road against Polo.

Bailey Maxwell gave the Lady Bulldogs the lead with a coast to coast layup in the first minute of play and dominated the backboards, adding 12 rebounds to her 16 points from the field. She also led her

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Bulldogs Fall to Top-Seeded Cards, 74-59, in Title Game

Harris Cameron gets inside position on Hamilton’s Levi Norris during semifinal action last Thursday in the Lawson Tournament.

Gallatin’s boys played even basketball with top-seeded Lawson for 28 minutes in Saturday night’s championship game of the Lawson Invitational. The only trouble is, they found themselves down, 22-5, after the game’s first four minutes.

A slow start had the Bulldogs playing catch-up ball as they struggled to make a permanent dent

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Host Osborn Upsets Winston for Tourney Title

Winston’s Redbirds got into early foul trouble and the Osborn Wildkats took advantage of that and a home floor advantage to pull off a 66-55 upset in the championship game of the Osborn Tournament on Saturday.

The loss snapped Winston’s 11-game winning streak and sent the Birds to just their second loss of the season.

“Osborn has a solid team and deserved the win over us by how poorly our

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Reece Selected as Coach of the Year


Stuart Reece was selected earlier this year by the Missouri High School Athlete Association staff to receive the NFHS Coaches Association state award for tennis for 2013-2014. Stuart teaches health at Campbell Middle School and is the boys’ and girls’ coach at Lee’s Summit North. The Broncos team were state champions for 2013-14. Stuart is the son-in-law of David and Kayla Michael of Gallatin and is married to their

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GJV Teams Finish Off Braymer Tournament

Gallatin junior varsity basketball teams wrapped up play in the Braymer Tournament with split decisions in trophy contests.

The jayvee boys defeated Wentworth Military Academy, 38-35, to take the consolation trophy. Gabe Cole led Gallatin in scoring with 11 points, followed by Colin Beck with nine and Morgan Corwin with eight.

The GJV boys fell to Breckenridge on Wednesday, 50-49. Beck and Cole each popped in 12 points. Logan Burns

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In a Rebuilding Season, Arkansas Game Offers Opportunity

by Benjamin Herrold 

This is looking like a long season for the Missouri basketball team, but we knew that could likely be the case heading in. First-year coach Kim Anderson stepped into a tough rebuilding situation. This team has already made progress from November, but there is still a long way to go, and the Tigers won’t get there this season. Most Missouri fans understand and accept this.

Still, this

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Wrestlers Combine for Fourth Place Team Finish at Plattsburg

Gallatin wrestlers finished with nine top six finishes and a fourth place team finish at Saturday’s 22-team Plattsburg Tournament.

Three Bulldogs, Wyatt Bird, Trystan Sunby and Jesse Bundy, found themselves in championship matches but unable to pull off first place wins.

Bird won three of his first four matches before matching up with Plattsburg’s Dalton Schlie. An outstanding championship match came down to sudden victory and Schlie rode out the

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Soccer Registration Forms Available at Area Schools

The Gallatin Sports League is gearing up to host another season of youth soccer. Spring season games are set to begin Saturday, March 14, and run through April 18 at Dockery Park, with practices scheduled to begin the first week of March.

Youth soccer is available for children ages 4-16. Those wishing to participate must wear protective shin guards in order to play. Players are not required to wear cleats,

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