Gallatin Lady Bulldog golfers wrapped up their season Tuesday with a seventh place finish at the MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships held at New Bloomfield.
“Friday Night Hoops” returns to Winston High School gym on Friday, Oct. 14. There will be a chili dog dinner at the school, with serving from 5:45 to 8 p.m.
Admission is $3 for adults, $1 for grades 7-12, and PK-6th grade free.
Following is the schedule of events:
6 p.m. North: Pre-school and kindergarteners; 6 p.m. South: First and second graders; 6:30 p.m. Third and fourth graders. Following
Third and long proved to be the rule and not the exception for both Gallatin and Princeton last Friday night. Both offenses sputtered and died multiple times for want of a first down.
The Bulldogs struggled for more than two quarters but scored three times in the final 16 minutes to claim their third straight Grand River Conference
The NW Force softball team started its fall schedule with a second place finish at the 2016 BTC AYBC Halloween Bash held in Leon, Iowa. NW Force fell to Marceline Thunder, 1-0, in the championship game.
Team members pictured are, front row, from left, Maleeah Bliley, Conception; Alayna Williams, Lathrop; Delaney Wolf, Barnard; AnnaBelle Ball, Gallatin; Braelyn Hannigan, Maryville; back row: Coach Chris Burns, Maryville; Carsen Burns, Maryville; Carlee Gilbert,
The 2006 Gallatin Lady Bulldog softball team was honored Friday night during Homecoming half time ceremonies. The squad finished 12-2, co-GRC and district champions.
Coaches and team members shown are (maiden names): Coach Denise Ray, Coach Jeremy Hobbs, Jennifer Guffey, Dennelle Rhoades, Ashley Owens, Samantha Mott, Lacey Dixon, Shelby Chadwick, Carly Boyd, Nicole Everman and Courtney Ray.
LSU’s Tiger Stadium is a special place, one of the country’s shrines to the grand sport of college football. You can feel the history, all those Saturday nights and big games. An epic tailgating scene surrounds the stadium. The fans, over 102,000 of them, thunder incredible amounts of noise down on the field and belt out “T-I-G-E-R-S! Tigers!” after touchdowns. It’s quite a scene, and thousands of Missouri fans made
Gallatin’s girls leapfrogged district champion Brookfield to finish second in Monday’s Class 1 sectional golf tournament held at Kirksville Country Club.
The Lady Bulldogs finished just two strokes behind Macon in 18-hole play and with their second place finish, qualify for next Monday’s MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships to be held on the par 72 Meadow Lake Acres Country Club in New Bloomfield.
Macon, with three individuals finishing in the
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