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In victory, Johnson twice approaches career best pole vault mark

Despite rain and gloomy weather conditions, Gallatin track athletes were able to start the season on schedule with three meets in the span of four days.

Topping the list of place finishers for the Bulldogs was Tanner Johnson, who immediately found the winning formula in the pole vault at the March 28 North Platte Invitational. Johnson, who qualified for last year’s state meet in Jefferson City, also vaulted 12’6” last

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Rain messes with Bulldog golfers’ winning ways

So far, Gallatin golfers are batting .500 for the 2017 season. Not in wins, but in the number of meets they have actually been able to get in around suddenly frequent rain showers.

The Bulldogs hit the links last Thursday at Bethany and that meet was sandwiched between rain outs on Wednesday and again on Monday. GHS golfers hope to get back into action Thursday as part of a foursome

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Awards night closes the book on GHS winter sports

Gallatin High School coaches, athletes, parents and friends officially closed the book on the 2016-17 winter sports seasons last Wednesday night at the GHS Winter Sports Banquet.

Athletic Director Barron Gann served as master of ceremonies and welcomed everyone with “thank yous” listed in the event’s program.

Cheerleader sponsor Kelly Walker introduced her six basketball cheerleaders and thanked them for their hard work and dedication. Recognized were captains and four-year

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Craig Lewis receives MBCA all-state honor

Winston High School senior Craig Lewis has been named to the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team.

Craig was a member of the Redbird team that finished 26-1 this past season. He averaged 14.1 points per game at point guard, shot 64% from two-point range and 42% from the three-point line. He also converted 73% of his free throw attempts and dished out 155 assists.

Craig’s career record at WHS

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GHS Bulldog golf picks up where 2016 left off … winning!

Gallatin’s spring golf season began last Wednesday with little fanfare but with plenty of promise and potential to repeat last season’s success on the links.

The Bulldogs, defending champions of the Grand River Conference, district, sectional and Class 1, teed off the season with a first place victory in the Orrick 2-Man Best Ball Tournament held in Richmond. Ten teams participated, with Gallatin’s total of 244 winning the event.


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Missouri hires Martin as new head basketball coach

By Benjamin Herrold

Last week, after a highly anticipated search, Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk named Cuonzo Martin the next head basketball coach of the Tigers.

Martin, who had been the coach at California for three seasons, is from East St. Louis and coached at Missouri State, so he has some local ties.

One of the key reasons Martin was hired was the hope that he could recruit well, especially

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Two from Gallatin help collision tech class win prestigious award

Micheal McLey is the son of David and Diane McLey. Chad Walker is the son of Brian and Kelly Walker and Carrie Walker.

Two Gallatin R-5 seniors, Chad Walker and Micheal McLey, were part of a collision tech team at Grand River Technical School in Chillicothe, which earned top honors in a pedal car competition held Friday through Sunday, Feb. 10-12, at World of Wheels auto show at Bartle Hall

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Deer workshop in Princeton

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will host a free White-tailed Deer Management Workshop 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at the Country Wood banquet facility, 707 Grant St., in Princeton. This is a chance for landowners and property managers to learn about ways to boost white-tailed deer on their land.

Jason Severe, MDC resource forester, will discuss woodland management for deer. Conservation Agent Jim Palmer will talk about

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Anderson steps down as Missouri coach, search for new coach officially begins

By Benjamin Herrold

On Sunday, Missouri’s athletic department made official what fans had long suspected, announcing that basketball coach Kim Anderson had been asked to step down after three seasons at the helm.

It felt inevitable for much of this dismal season, but it was still a sad day. This was Anderson’s dream job, he was a tremendous player at Missouri, and he is by all accounts a very nice

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