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GHS boys still keeping pace with Stanberry in GRC race

Gallatin’s boys improved to 5-1 in the Grand River Conference with Tuesday night’s 65-46 win over Maysville and that puts the Bulldogs breathing down the throats of as yet undefeated and state-ranked Stanberry.

The Bulldogs now face three consecutive home games against South Harrison, Princeton and Stanberry, with hopes of making that final Feb. 19 game against the frontrunner a meaningful one.

Gallatin never trailed Tuesday night and got off

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GHS girls prepare for tough GRC finishing schedule

Gallatin’s girls stayed in the thick of the Grand River Conference title race Tuesday night, thanks to a 43-33 road victory at Maysville.

In a season of parity, Gallatin controls its own destiny, but with some big games ahead. The Lady Bulldogs, 4-2 in the league, host South Harrison, 4-1, on Friday; Princeton, 2-4, next Tuesday; and Stanberry, 4-1, one week from Friday.

South Harrison suffered a loss to King

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Missouri hosting “Rally for Rhyan” game Saturday

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri’s season continued to sink lower last week, with a brutal 76-73 home loss to Ole Miss in which the Tigers coughed up a late lead and an 80-71 road loss at Alabama.

The loss at Alabama was Missouri’s eighth straight loss and 22nd straight road game loss. I said before the season that even if Missouri was not very good this year, it would be hard

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Deadline looms for 1995-96 Lady Bulldog honorees

The Gallatin Lady Bulldog basketball team from 1995-96 will be honored at 6:20 p.m. on Saturday, March 12 during the MSHSAA Basketball Championships held in Mizzou Arena in Columbia.

The Lady Bulldogs put together a fourth-straight 20-win season for coaches Rick Lin and Kevin Hixson, finishing 24-6 after a 60-45 loss to Drexel in the Class 1 title game.

A head count is needed by Thursday, Feb. 11, for those

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Bobcats steal two GRC wins from road weary Bulldogs

Gallatin varsity basketball teams suffered their first Grand River Conference losses of the season Tuesday night, both by the closest of margins.

The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 19-3 lead in what shaped up to be a repeat of  Friday’s HIT consolation outcome, but the Lady Bobcats stormed back to grab a 39-36 win in front of their home crowd.

Braymer’s boys led from start to finish and claimed

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Bobcats use big second quarter to take lead and consolation win

Logan O’Dell scored 11 of Braymer’s 21 points in the second quarter to give his team the lead for good as the Bobcats went on to defeat Gallatin, 49-44, for the consolation title in the Hamilton Tournament.

The Bulldogs led, 11-7, at the end of the first quarter but the Bobcats responded with an 18-6 run halted with 1:33 to play in the first half by a Gabe Cole three-pointer

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Senior surge helps push Lady Bulldogs to consolation victory

Gallatin’s girls have won two out of three games in every tournament they’ve played this season, and their latest victory, 52-21 over Braymer, produced the consolation trophy Friday night in the Hamilton Tournament.

Senior Madison Rounkles broke open a close game (five lead changes early) for the Lady Bulldogs with nine points in the second quarter, including five in a 19-second span that helped point her team to a double

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Bulldogs finish runners-up in GRC Wrestling Tournament

Claim three championships

Graydee Rains, first place, 182 pounds

Gallatin finished nine points behind Maysville in the hunt for a Grand River Conference wrestling team title on Saturday, but despite that it was an outstanding day for Bulldog grapplers.

Gallatin finished with nine medalists, including three individual champions, four second place finishers, one third place wrestler and a

Ayden Wayne, first place, 106 pounds

single fourth place finisher at the

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Missouri suffers home loss to lowly Mississippi State

by Benjamin Herrold

This Missouri basketball season is looking more and more like last year’s, and that’s not good. Last Saturday, Missouri (8-13, 1-7 in SEC play through Sunday) suffered a pitiful 76-62 home loss to Mississippi State (9-11, 2-6 in SEC through Sunday).

This was supposed to be a close game. Mississippi State has some seniors who can play, but the Bulldogs are, by record, the second or third

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