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GHS Girls Await Opponent in Thursday’s Softball Semifinal

The number of season softball losses doubled for the Lady Bulldogs over the weekend at the Benton Tournament, but Gallatin has a bigger goal in sight this week with the start of the Class 2, District 15 Tournament at GHS.

If the bracket plays out as seeded, the top-seeded Lady Bulldogs could face Hamilton on Saturday in the district championship game. Gallatin meets today’s (Wednesday) winner of the Carrollton vs.

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Winston Softball Takes Third in Tournament

Winston boys’ softball team won third place in the Northwest Missouri State Softball Tournament.

Opening round – Winston defeated Newtown 15-0. Semifinals – Winston lost to Mercer 3-7. Third Place Game – Winston defeated North Harrison 12-2. [Submitted Photo]

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Brice Garnett Joins MWSU Hall of Fame

Gallatin native Brice Garnett, the most decorated golfer to ever play at Missouri Western State University, was inducted into the Griffon Athletics 2014 Hall of Fame Class on Saturday.

Currently a member of the PGA Tour, Garnett was a three-time NCAA Division II All-American (2004-06) and four-time NCAA Division II All-Region and All-MIAA. A three-time MIAA Tournament Champion, Garnett was named the first-ever MIAA Player of the Year in 2006.

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Presenting the GJH Cheerleading Squad

Cheering on the Gallatin Junior High football team this season were, front row, from left: Karley Salmon, Addison Burns, Addison Stanley and Zoe Bradford; back row: Macie McNeely, Jennifer Teel (kneeling), Sarabeth Michael, Kerri Berten and Makalia Dutro.

Their sponsor was Tara Burns. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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GHS Golfers Miss Cut for State Tourney

Gallatin failed to qualify any of three Lady Bulldog golfers who participated in Monday’s sectional tournament held in Maryville.

Kourtney Bird led the GHS trio with an 18-hole round of 107, good enough for 23rd place in the competition. She missed the cut for state by only four strokes. Taylor Rardon shot 119 and Kaitlyn Bird shot 125.

The top two teams qualify for next week’s state tournament in

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MDC and CFM Encourage Deer Hunters to Share the Harvest

Help feed hungry Missourians by sharing your harvest. Funds are available to help cover processing costs. Local processors for Daviess County include: Brown Custom Meats of Pattonsburg, 660-663-5010; Flowers Processing LLC of Brimson, 660-789-3600; and Stoney Ridge Custom Processing of Jamesport, 660-684-6850.

Many Missourians need help with putting meat on the dinner table. Deer hunters can help by sharing their harvests through Missouri’s Share the Harvest program. Share the Harvest

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Jr. Varsity Bulldogs Close out 7-0 Season

Gallatin’s junior varsity football team closed out a perfect 7-0 season Monday night with a key defensive stop and a 20-12 victory over Maysville.

Tristen Wilson ran for a pair of touchdowns and Corbin Toney added another for the undefeated Bulldogs.

The junior varsity team outscored opponents, 207 to 56, this season while rushing for over 200 yards per game. Wilson led the offense with 900 yards on the ground

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Missouri Hosts Georgia in Key SEC East Showdown

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri had a well timed off week last Saturday, which allowed the Tigers to rest up during a crucial stretch of the schedule, and it allowed Tiger fans to relax and enjoy an absurdly entertaining weekend of college football that saw five of the top eight ranked teams lose.

Missouri (4-1, 1-0 in SEC play) should get its own share of college football excitement and then some

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Late Drives Lift Wolverines to 22-14 Comeback Victory

Harris Cameron’s strong defensive rush nearly got to Wolverine quarterback Matt White before he could unload the ball.

When quarterback Matt White left Friday night’s game via an injury with 2:56 left, it was a blow to Maysville’s morale, but what happened next couldn’t have worked out better for the Wolverines.

Halfback Reid Steiner took two steps forward into the quarterback spot and led the Wolverines on a 24-second, 41-yard,

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