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Winston Boys Advance in HDC Tournament Play

The top-seeded Winston boys had no trouble moving into the semifinal round of the HDC Tournament being played at Pattonsburg High School. The Redbirds will face the host team Wednesday at 8 p.m. with a spot in the championship game on the line.

The Redbirds rolled past Gilman City in the opening round last Friday with 10 different players finding the scoring column. Jordan Leonard topped all scorers for the

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Lady Bulldogs Split in Latest Non-Conference Action

Gallatin’s girls went on a 16-0 run from the end of the first quarter to the midpoint of the second period and used that momentum to defeat Winston, 58-22, last Thursday night.

The Lady Bulldogs shot nearly 44% from the field and outrebounded their visitors by a 42 to 32 margin. Top scorers Kailey Salmon, 15 points, and Kylie Collins, 13 points, each shot above 60% from the field.

Sara

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Missouri Faces Illinois in Annual Braggin’ Rights Game

by Benjamin Herrold 

For Missouri Tiger fans, certain events are associated with different parts of the calendar. March is for basketball tournaments, conference and hopefully NCAA; August is excitement for the football season about to begin; and October brings the traditions of Homecoming. And every year, a few days before Christmas comes the annual Braggin’ Rights game with Illinois in St. Louis.

It’s a fantastic atmosphere, with the crowd

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Bulldogs Down Hawks Twice on Tuesday

Gallatin’s varsity boys remained unbeaten with Tuesday night’s 57-25 victory over Gilman City and the GHS girls improved to 4-1 with a 49-41 road win over the Lady Hawks.

Balanced scoring turned out to be the key for the Lady Bulldogs, who narrowly defeated the Lady Hawks for the second time in a week. Kailey Salmon tied Gilman’s Mikayla Toombs for game-high honors with 13 points. Aubrey Burns and Bailey

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Stanley Receives More Post Season Honors

Gallatin R-5 senior Michael Stanley, shown here with GHS Head Football Coach Kevin Gundy, has been named to the KKWK/KMRN All-Star Football Team, as well as the Missouri Football Coaches Association Class 1, All-State Third Team at linebacker.

Michael will travel to Dallas, Texas, on Thursday, where he will participate in the Blue-Gray All-American East vs. West Game at AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. Michael competed throughout

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BHS Girls Upset Gallatin; Bulldog Boys Hang on for Title

Never in the history of the Gallatin Invitational Tournament have girls and boys teams from the same school upset the #1 and #2 seeds to win the championship. Only a supreme effort by the Bulldog boys kept Braymer High School from gaining that distinction.

Gallatin’s top-seeded boys hung on to defeat #3 Braymer, 56-48, for the title, but Braymer’s #3 girls upended #1 ranked Gallatin, 50-47, to earn their first

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Park Board Approves Budget for 2015

The Heritage Gazebo near the pond at Dockery Park has been painted white with labor donated by Park Board members Jeremy Dungy, Nick Walker, and Joseph Billings and also by Aaron Cherry. Paint for the floor and steps of the gazebo has been acquired and will be applied in spring when it is warm enough. [Submitted Photo]

The Dockery Park Board reviewed year to date numbers on the 2014 park

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Bill Englert Refs Final Game of 40-Year Career

Hamilton-based basketball official Bill Englert was honored by his family and Gallatin High School Saturday night prior to the boys’ championship game. Englert recently announced his retirement after 40 years of officiating junior high and varsity basketball contests in the state of Missouri.

Englert’s family was on hand for the ceremony. Gallatin R-5 Superintendent Dennis Croy read a proclamation honoring Englert and presented him with a plaque to commemorate the

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Alabama Rolls Missouri in SEC Championship Game

by Benjamin Herrold

Last Saturday in Atlanta, the most dominating force in college football, the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, overwhelmed the Missouri Tigers in the SEC Championship Game. Missouri (10-3) showed plenty of mental toughness and resilience in winning the East and making it to this game, but the gap between Missouri and Alabama (12-1) was obvious as the Tide rolled 42-13.

Alabama’s Million Dollar Band played

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