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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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NW Force starts season with first place finish

The NW Force 10 and Under Fast-Pitch Softball team started their 2017 season with a first place finish at the Spring Spectacular in Shawnee, Kan. Pictured are, left to right, front row, AnnaBelle Ball, Gallatin; Carsen Burns, Maryville; Delaney Wolf, Barnard; Ella Schulte, Maryville; back row, Coach Chris Burns, Maryville; Alayna Williams, Lathrop; Amelia Wallace, Stanberry; Braelyn Hannigan, Maryville; Maggie Collins, Conception; Maci Duley, Stanberry; Maleeah Bliley, Conception; Coach Lesley

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Trenton Invitational

GHS Girls

Long jump: Bailey, 12th, 12-7.5; Becerra, 19th, 11-2.5

Discus: Coulson, 9th, 80-06

Shot put: Coulson, 16th, 27-04; Aubrey Burns, 24th, 23-00

Javelin: Coulson, 12th, 61-02; Macie McNeely, 16th, 53-10.5

100m dash: Stanley, 14th, 14.87

4×200: Maize, Williamson, Becerra, Stanley, 9th, 2:05.13

1600m run: Lowe, 7th, 6:55.75

4×100: Maize,

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Tiger Relays

April 18 @ Worth County

GHS Boys

Shot put: Graydee Rains, 5th, 38-6.5

Discus: Rains, 5th, 109-10; Briar Marriott, 18th, 84-05

Triple jump: Aidan Adkison, 9th, 34-3.5; Jerold Waters, 10th, 34-.25

Long jump: Caleb Boyd, 15th, 16-2.5

Pole vault: Tanner Johnson, 2nd, 16-06

Javelin: Rains, 6th, 110-03; Cole McBee, 12th, 97-10

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GHS golfers extend win streak with Cameron Tournament title

Gallatin’s unbeaten golf team defeated nine other large schools last Wednesday in capturing the championship of the Cameron Tournament. Varsity team members are, from left, Wyatt Bird, Jett Simmons, Haden Bradford, Gabe Cole and Logan Burns.

These Dogs can run with the big ones.

Gallatin golfers flexed their muscles against larger schools last Wednesday with an eight-shot victory in the Cameron Invitational Tournament. The Bulldogs continued their trek through the

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NCMC class will help fill need for sports officials

The state of Missouri is facing a current shortage of sports officials; fewer individuals are entering the profession as more and more officials are retiring. As this need becomes greater, high schools, colleges and universities will soon face a shortage to cover their athletic events.

Beginning this fall of 2017, North Central Missouri College in Trenton will be offering a class to teach individuals the basics of officiating. PE112 Sports

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Wayne wins 2-mile run, Johnson chalks up personal best pole vault

Dakota Martin won his heat in the 100-meter dash

Gallatin came home from Cameron’s Crossroads Relays on Tuesday with a pair of first place finishes from Tanner Johnson and Ayden Wayne.

Johnson, in winning the pole vault event, reached a personal best 13’1”. Wayne captured the 3200-meter run in 11:00.43.

Tuesday’s event also featured athletes from Cameron, Hamilton, Lathrop, Maysville, Osborn, Winston and Polo.

Following are results from Cameron:

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Bulldog golfers turn back first challenge of the season at Marceline

It took over two weeks for Gallatin’s defending state champion golf team to face its first challenge of the season…but face it the Bulldogs did.

The Bulldogs finished first last Friday at Marceline’s four-team tournament, beating the host Tigers by five strokes, 159 to 164. Marceline came in as one of the best Class 1 teams in the area after finishing sixth in last season’s state tournament, but the Tigers

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NW Force starts season with first place finish

The NW Force 10 and Under Fast-Pitch Softball team started their 2017 season with a first place finish at the Spring Spectacular in Shawnee, Kan. Pictured are, left to right, front row, AnnaBelle Ball, Gallatin; Carsen Burns, Maryville; Delaney Wolf, Barnard; Ella Schulte, Maryville; back row, Coach Chris Burns, Maryville; Alayna Williams, Lathrop; Amelia Wallace, Stanberry; Braelyn Hannigan, Maryville; Maggie Collins, Conception; Maci Duley, Stanberry; Maleeah Bliley, Conception; Coach Lesley

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2016-17 All HDC Honorees

First Team Girls

Bailey Owens              Sr.        Mercer

Nicole Kost                 Sr.        Mercer

Lindsay Wyatt            Sr.        Mercer

Hailey Burrows           Sr.        Gilman City

Payton Craig               Jr.        North Harrison

Second Team Girls

Jandie Peterson           Fr.        Grundy County

Brandy Rivet              Jr.        North Harrison

Natayla Selby              So.       East Harrison

Lauryn Waddle           So.       East Harrison

Sophie Pliley               So.       Winston

Honorable Mention Girls

Megan Cottrell            Jr.        Gilman City

Matana Munday          Sr.        Grundy County

Krissi Cox                   Sr.        North Harrison

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