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Bulldog teams fall to consolation side of HIT bracket

Gallatin’s Janee Filbeck ties up a loose ball with an Albany Lady Warrior during Friday night’s conference win.

A two-point deficit proved to be insurmountable for Gallatin’s girls in Monday night’s opener in the Hamilton Tournament. Gallatin’s boys, on the other hand, dug themselves a huge hole and ran out of time in a comeback effort.

The Lady Bulldogs trailed the Lathrop Lady Mules for the entire game and five

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Bulldogs shoot lights out in 61-34 GRC victory

Gallatin’s boys shot nearly 60 percent from the field last Friday night in earning their second Grand River Conference win, 61-34, over Albany. All 28 GHS buckets came within 10 feet of the rim.

Samuel Coulson led the way for the Bulldogs, hitting seven of eight field goals and finishing with a team-high 15 points and team-best eight rebounds.

Gallatin jumped out to a 16-2 lead in the first quarter

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Lady Bulldogs move to 2-0 in GRC with victory over Albany

Gallatin’s girls remained unbeaten in the Grand River Conference following a convincing, 67-28 victory Friday night over visiting Albany.

The Lady Bulldogs held a comfortable 25-12 lead at the end of the first quarter and pushed their advantage to 38-21 by intermission.

Taylor Sloan celebrated one of her best nights as a GHS starter with 17 points on 8-of-10 shooting, eight rebounds and four blocked shots.

Bailey Maxwell cashed in

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Missouri has a chance to show some progress Saturday night

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri showed signs of improvement Saturday at No. 10 Texas A&M, but in the end the Tigers lost 66-53, their fourth straight loss and their 20th straight road game loss, a streak that dates back two seasons.

But first let’s talk about those hints of life. Playing on the road, against a top-10 team that sits atop the Southeastern Conference standings, Missouri (8-11, 1-5 in SEC play

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Lady Bulldog state runner-up to be honored by MSHSAA

The Gallatin Lady Bulldog basketball team of 1995-96 has been invited back to Columbia on Saturday, March 12, to be honored during the 2016 MSHSAA Basketball Championships.

The 1995-96 team, coached by Rick Lin, finished second in Class 1 to Drexel, following a 60-45 loss in the state championship game. The team will be introduced and honored on the Mizzou floor at 6:20 p.m. as part of the MSHSAA tradition

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Defense keys Bulldog win over Panthers in LIT consolation tilt

Gallatin’s boys captured Friday night’s consolation title in the Lawson Tournament as much with their defense as their offense.

The Bulldogs held the North Platte Panthers to 20 points through three quarters and went on to win, 50-35, after leading by as many as 21 points down the stretch.

Harris Cameron led a trio of Bulldogs into double figures with 12 points. He also grabbed eight rebounds. Samuel Coulson added

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Lady Bulldogs easy consolation winners over Hornets

Hamilton proved to be no match for Gallatin Friday night in the consolation trophy game of the Lawson Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs won pulling away, 65-33, by more than doubling the Lady Hornet output from the field.

Cora Stout glides down the baseline for a shot during Friday night’s GHS consolation game victory over Hamilton.

Gallatin led, 17-8, at the end of the first quarter and padded the lead with

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Missouri looking to bounce back from a tough week

by Benjamin Herrold

There may be a college basketball program that had a worse week than Missouri last week, but none are coming to mind right now.

First came a horrendous 33-point loss to Arkansas at home on Tuesday, Missouri’s worst loss ever at Mizzou Arena. You have to go back to 1945 to find a bigger home loss for the Tigers. That debacle came against a rebuilding Arkansas team

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GHS teams vie for consolation spots at Lawson

Gallatin’s girls fought through one of their worst shooting nights of the season and the GHS boys battled shorthanded in first round action of the Lawson Invitational Tournament.

The girls fell to host Lawson, 45-40, after falling behind early. The boys dropped their tourney opener to Hamilton, 61-48.

Bulldogs teams return to the court at Lawson tonight (Wednesday) for consolation semifinal contests. The Lady Bulldogs take on Carrollton at 7:30

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