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Missouri scores touchdown, but losing streak continues

by Benjamin Herrold

There might be a rule that when Missouri hosts Thursday night football games, it must rain and rain hard. During last Thursday’s game with Mississippi State, the heavens dutifully opened up and for a while, the Tigers and Bulldogs were playing in sheets of rain.

Fortunately it didn’t rain all game long this time, and somewhere in all those drops of rain Missouri broke its 47-drive drought

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Winston junior returns to MSHSAA Class 1 Cross Country

Austin with MedalAustin Rhoades, a junior at Winston High School, has qualified for the Class 1 state cross country meet scheduled for 10:15 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 in Jefferson City.

Rhoades, who finished 98th in last year’s state meet, took 12th place last Saturday at the district meet held in Maryville. He finished the race in 19:18. Overall, Winston finished seventh in team standings.

Also competing at district for the

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NWMSU-Emporia State game selected for national TV

The Northwest Missouri State University football game on Saturday, Nov. 7 against Emporia State has been selected for the DII Football Showcase on the American Sports Network.

The game, originally scheduled for 1 p.m., has been moved back to a 6 p.m. kickoff at Bearcat Stadium in Maryville.

The American Sports Network has announced that the game will be picked up on KSMO 62 in Kansas City and the News-Press

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Five Bulldogs named to All-GRC Football Teams

The Grand River Conference football honor squad was released Tuesday and with that came recognition for five Gallatin High School players.

Harris Cameron, Wyatt Bird, Tristen Wilson, Beau Johnson and Tate Hancock have been named to one of three honor squads.

Cameron was a first team pick on both sides of the ball, at center on offense and end on defense. Bird received second team recognition at linebacker and honorable

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MU hosts No. 24 Mississippi State in Thursday night game

On the surface it may not make a lot of sense, but Missouri’s Thursday night home game with No. 24 Mississippi State (8 p.m. on ESPN) has something of a big-game feel to it.

Sure, after back-to-back SEC East Division titles and two seasons worth of big games, the Tigers have stumbled to 4-4 and 1-4 in SEC play, sitting at sixth in the division. And yes, the offense is

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Hornets bump Bulldogs out of post season, 42-8

Hornet wide receiver Latroy Harper made a one-handed grab of a pass at the one-yard line, despite good coverage by Gallatin’s Tate Hancock.

Sophomore Latroy Harper certainly got the Hamilton Hornets off on the right foot Friday night in the Class 1, District 8 Tournament.

Harper, who leads the Hornets in scoring with 11 touchdowns, returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown, returned a first quarter punt 68

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Bulldog Band marches home with trophies

Jade Wayne, Coby Brogan and Ty Hanson.

Jade Wayne, Coby Brogan and Ty Hanson.

The Bulldog Pride Marching Band competed in Parade Marching, Drumline, and Indoor Auxiliary in their 2A class rank at Missouri Days in Trenton on Oct. 17. The band placed first in Parade Marching, and second in Drumline. Indoor Auxiliary did not place, but did an outstanding job on their performance. Xandria Obico, Director of Bands, encourages attendance at upcoming performances “Come support the

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NCMC Holiday Hoops to feature 105 different teams

With all the attention to the baseball playoffs and district football for high school, announcement was made last Thursday of a record number of 105 teams entered in the 2015 High School Holiday Hoops.

A total of 58 Missouri and Iowa high schools will be represented in the 11th annual event played in the Ketcham Community Center on the North Central Missouri College campus in Trenton.

Participating for the

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MU goes third straight game without a touchdown

by Benjamin Herrold

I like to think I have a decent vocabulary, but it’s difficult to think of adjectives to adequately describe how hard-to-watch Missouri’s 10-3 loss to Vanderbilt last Saturday was.

Playing on a gray day in the otherwise vibrant city of Nashville, Missouri (4-4, 1-4 in SEC play) and Vanderbilt (3-4, 1-3 in SEC) had offenses that almost comically struggled to score. Both kickers missed field goals off

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