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Roger Wehrli to be honored at King City High School

The Pro Football Hall of Fame and Ford Motor Company will pay tribute to former St. Louis Cardinals cornerback Roger Wehrli at his high school alma mater, King City High School, on Thursday, May 12. Wehrli will be honored as part of the “Hometown Hall of Famer” program.

Hometown Hall of Famer is a national program that honors the hometown roots of the greatest heroes of the game with special

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Hancock breaks GRC pole vault record with 13’6” vault

After a long absence in the Grand River Conference record book, Gallatin now owns one new mark in the conference’s track and field competition.

Senior Tate Hancock bested all pole vaulters Monday during the league meet and set a new high mark of 13’6”, breaking the previous record set by Maysville’s Taylor Mason by five inches.

Hancock’s first place performance was only one of Gallatin’s point-producing marks at Monday’s league

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Bulldogs add GRC junior varsity golf title to season honors

Make that a clean sweep for Gallatin High School golfers.

One day after the varsity boys brought home their fourth straight Grand River Conference title, the junior varsity squad took the league’s top honor, by nearing the same margin.

With five golfers in the top ten, Gallatin won the GRC jayvee title with a 194 to 245 victory over second place King City in competition last Wednesday at Maysville. Albany

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Almond, Leonard shine at HDC track and field meet

Monday’s HDC Conference track meet saw Tri-County’s Katana Almond win the 800- and 1600-meter races and Winston’s Jordan Leonard sweep the sprints and the long jump events.

Following are varsity and junior high results from Monday’s event.

Varsity Girls

Winston, 2nd, 102 pts.

Tri-County, 5th, 46 pts.

Gilman City, 8th, 37 pts.

Pattonsburg, 9th, 18 pts.

100m Dash: 2. Carly Gordon (W),

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Dogs repeat as district champs with 5 golfers in top 8

Due to wet and soggy course conditions, the scores were a little higher than a year ago, but the end result was the same….a fourth straight Class 1 district golf title for the Gallatin Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs couldn’t match their total of 311 from a year ago but their 333 beat Hamilton for the second straight season. The Hornets shot 344 and Orrick finished a distant third with 429.

All

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Summer Ball Schedule

Bob Robertson, ball game coordinator for Dockery Park, has provided information on summer ball in Gallatin.

Four T-ball teams are sponsored by Summit Natural Gas. Coaches are Bethany Vandiver, Travis Bohannon, Trisha Estes, and Travis Heldenbrand.

Three machine pitch teams are sponsored by Gallatin Truck and Tractor, Bess Ann Photography, and the Gallatin Park Board. Coaches are Nathan and Amanda King, Todd and Carrie Holcomb, Eddie Dutro, Brianna Kline, and

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Golfers disregard soggy course, win fourth straight GRC title

Probably none of the other teams competing in Tuesday’s Grand River Conference Golf Tournament believed the outcome would be any different than it was, so, in fact, a three-hour weather delay at Bethany Country Club only postponed the inevitable.

With all five golfers finishing in the top nine, Gallatin won a fourth straight GRC title and 10th league tournament victory since 1998.

GRC Golf Champs

Members of Gallatin’s Grand River Conference champion

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Results from Trenton Middle School Relays

Girls Results

Pole Vault: T2. Caragan Baker, Gallatin, 5’; T2. Macie McNeely, Gallatin, 5’. 400m Dash: 3. C. Baker, Gallatin, 1:09.03; 5. Claire Hemry, Gallatin, 1:11.04. 800m Run: 3. Hannah Miller, Gallatin, 2:51.76; 6. Haley Collins, North Daviess, 3:01.60. 1600m Run: 5. Collins, North Daviess, 6:35.30. 4x400m Relay: 3. Gallatin (Alli Baker, C. Baker, Hemry, Miller), 4:53.56.

Boys Results

Long Jump: 2. Cameron Jones, Pattonsburg, 16’7.5”, 3. Dakota Eaton, Pattonsburg,

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Leonard again sweeps sprints at Trenton, GHS teams earn points in two meets

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Tate Hancock captured the pole vault event

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Tanner Johnson finished second in the pole vault

For the second year in a row, Winston’s Jordan Leonard dominated the sprint races at the Trenton Invitational, held Thursday in the best weather day yet for area high school athletes.

Just like a year ago, Leonard won the 100, 200 and 400-meter sprints and placed high in the long jump event. His second place

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