Local campers attended William Jewell Basketball Camp from June 19th-23rd. This camp was the second session this summer. A third session starts July 11 and ends the 14th. New campers are still being taken.
Any athletes in grades 7-12 who are interested in playing football for the Maysville/Winston coop this fall are asked to attend a meeting with Coach Cole at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22, at the Winston School.
Parents of athletes should plan to attend this meeting as well. If you cannot attend the meeting but want to play, please contact the school for information.
Coach Cindy Boles has announced the dates for girl’s summer basketball camp for grades 4 through 8.
The camp will be held next week in the Gallatin R-5 gym, June 29 to July 1. The camp will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m., daily.
Parents are asked to bring their child on the first day of camp in order to sign registration forms. The camp is free but there will
The Missouri Valley College women’s rodeo team capped off its best showing in program history at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., as the reserve National champion Sophomore Kirbie Crouse (Gallatin) led the team by capturing an individual National championship in the breakaway roping competition. In all, four Vikings finished in the top eight of their respective events.
Crouse won the breakaway roping event with an average time
Former Winston resident Janee Townsend has been invited to umpire games at the National Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Tournament, July 26-31.
Townsend, a 20-year umpiring veteran, was a standout basketball and softball player for the Winston Lady Redbirds, graduating there in 1992. She scored a career-high 29 points in her next-to-last high school basketball game, a district tournament championship.
Townsend went on to participate in both softball and basketball at
More than a dozen recent Daviess County grads participated in the Missouri Lions District 26-M4 All-Star Basketball Classic on June 4 at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
Area athletes competing in the contests were split among four squads, Purple, Gold, Black and White.
Gilman City’s Joslyn Newton was a member of the Black team that captured the championship with a 67-51 win over the Purple team. The Black team
Aubrey Nelson, 2015 Gallatin High School Bulldog alumni, was recently chosen for the 2016 NJCAA Division 1 Collegiate Region 16 Tournament Softball Team. The regional tournament was held the last of April in Columbia. Aubrey was freshman first basemen for the North Central Missouri College, Trenton, Pirates. Aubrey shared team honors with sophomore catcher Madi Trump of Trenton. Aubrey played the 2015-2016 season under NCMC head coach Megan Cairnes. The
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