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Soccer Registration Forms Available at Area Schools

The Gallatin Sports League is gearing up to host another season of youth soccer. Spring season games are set to begin Saturday, March 14, and run through April 18 at Dockery Park, with practices scheduled to begin the first week of March.

Youth soccer is available for children ages 4-16. Those wishing to participate must wear protective shin guards in order to play. Players are not required to wear cleats,

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Blasts from the Past

Jan. 19, 2005

A special dedicatory celebration will be held Jan. 22, when William Jewell College will name its new wood basketball court in honor of veteran men’s basketball coach Larry Holley, who has been the head men’s coach for the past 25 years.

Northwest Missouri State University Student Senate President Chase Cornett, son of Ronnie and Pam Cornett of Pattonsburg, is one of only six college students from the

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GHS Wrestlers Finish 3rd in Tough Marshall Tournament

Gallatin varsity wrestlers continue to reach milestones, as witnessed by their showing in last weekend’s Marshall Tournament.

“We had a good weekend,” said GHS Coach Barron Gann. “That was the best we have ever finished at that tournament,” he added. “We are the smallest school. With a break in a couple of matches, we could have been second.”

Wyatt Bird pinned Polo’s Landon Smith in action Tuesday night at the

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Could the GRC Become a “Super Conference?”

It’s probably safe to say that there is no other high school athletic conference in the state of Missouri quite like the Grand River Conference….and that isn’t necessarily a good thing.

Once again, as seems to happen every four or five years, membership in the GRC is the hot topic for league-school administrators, who have met amongst themselves and are now taking their thoughts and ideas back to their respective

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Just Say ‘No’ to Mr. Kroenke

You could see this coming.

I believe “blackmail” is the appropriate word. There’s a power play underway to squeeze more of our tax dollars to benefit the already wealthy.

Billionaire Stan Kroenke, who owns the St. Louis Rams professional football team, announced a partnership to put a privately financed, 80,000-seat stadium in the Los Angeles area if voters there approve.

Dw.cdrThis stadium is part of plans to develop a 238-acre

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Redbirds Build on Best Ever Start

Winston’s boys continued to build upon their best ever start as they blasted Union Star, 51-17, Monday night in the opening round of the Osborn Tournament.

The Redbirds, now 12-1, advanced to Thursday’s semifinal round at 6 p.m. against either #4 Stewartsville or #5 Polo.

Jordan Leonard paced the Redbirds with 22 points in the tourney opener.

Winston squeaked past Tina-Avalon, 45-40, last week by holding off a 17-point T-A

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Rivalry renewed: Gallatin & Hamilton Square Off in Lawson

If organizers of the Lawson Tournament were looking for big crowds of impassioned fans, they will get their wish Thursday night.

Gallatin basketball squads successfully passed first round tests and that means the Bulldogs will square off next against their oldest rivals, the Hamilton Hornets.

Gallatin’s girls knocked off Trenton, 45-22, Monday to grab a berth in the semifinal round against the Lady Hornets, who just as easily defeated West

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GJV Teams Split at Braymer Tourney

Gallatin junior varsity basketball squads found mixed success on Monday in opening round games of the Braymer Tournament.

The Lady Bulldogs matched up against Richmond’s jayvee and came away with a 23-14 win. Cora Stout led a balanced scoring attack for Gallatin with six points. Taylor Rardon added five points, followed by Sami Boyd and Briar Roll with four each, Aubrey Feiden and Maelea Coulson with two points each.

For

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Bulldogs Open GRC with Double Drubbing of Worth County

Worth County’s Ally Buffington trys to cut off Gallatin’s Sami Boyd as she takes a layup to the hoop during GRC action Friday night in Gallatin.

With the month of January comes the opening of Grand River Conference basketball action and Gallatin varsity teams didn’t disappoint Friday night in league openers.

The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 21-5 lead and had no trouble dispatching the Lady Tigers, 64-25, in

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