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GHS Knocked Out of GRC Races by Different Teams

This past week proved to be a tough one for Gallatin varsity basketball teams trying to stay in the race for Grand River Conference titles.

The Lady Bulldogs fell to South Harrison last Friday, 50-44, to absorb their second conference loss and effectively drop out of the title hunt, which will now be decided Thursday night when unbeaten South Harrison travels to one-loss Braymer for a showdown.

The Bulldog boys,

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Area Church Teaches Archery, Biblical Message

More than 20 youth participated in the first session of the new archery ministry at Gallatin First Christian Church, that began Nov. 2014 and ended in Jan. 2015. More than 30 have registered for the second session that began last week. The program consists of a biblical message, teaches archery skills, and provides a light snack. During the cold weather the archery range is in the fellowship hall using a

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Missouri Losing Streak Stretches to 11

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri lost two more games last week, both against lower tier SEC teams, and it’s become a realistic question whether or not the Tigers (7-18, 1-11 in SEC through Sunday) will win another game this season.

Missouri also lost point guard Wes Clark for the season after he suffered a gruesome-looking dislocated elbow injury while diving on the floor for a loose ball in last Tuesday’s loss

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Blasts from the Past

Feb. 23, 2005

DAR American History essay winners are: Tabitha Piburn, Grand Hartley, Tye Humphrey and Timbre Gardner. Good Citizen award winners are: Crystal Cook, Jacqueline Lee, Brandon Ray, Nicole May and Emily Gay.

Jamie Brinnen has been selected as the Northwest District essay winner in the Missouri State High School Activities Association Middle Level Sportsmanship Essay Contest. This year’s subject was “What Should Schools Do To Promote Sports?”

The

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A Bulldog Portrait

It has been argued that this community values longevity over excellence. But some special times the two merge into one. That’s the sum of Rick Lin’s tenure as teacher and coach at Gallatin R-5 Schools.

Dw.cdrSenior Night in the Bulldogs’ gymnasium was special last night. Tradition correctly spotlights senior athletes and cheerleaders and their parents during the last home game of the season. That beat goes on and on, but

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GHS Girls Roll to 5-1 in League Play Heading into Bethany Game

Gallatin’s girls still have plenty to play for, and they owe part of their good fortune to another team straight down Highway 13.

The GHS girls have Polo to thank for putting them right back in the thick of the GRC race. Polo’s upset of Braymer last week cut the number of unbeaten league teams in half. South Harrison is now the only unbeaten team in conference play. With Gallatin’s

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GRC Boys’ Race Comes Down to Final Two Weeks

The race for the Grand River Conference basketball crown remains a four-legged beast heading into Friday night’s pivotal games.

Gallatin, Stanberry and Princeton trail Braymer by one game in the loss column. The Bobcats sport a 7-0 record with league games remaining against King City and Princeton. Gallatin, 5-1, must face South Harrison, Princeton and Stanberry down the stretch. In addition to Gallatin, defending champion Stanberry

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Aubrey Nelson Inks Softball Pact with NCMC Lady Pirates

Gallatin R-5 senior Aubrey Nelson traded the red and black of Gallatin for the red, black and white of North Central Missouri College on Tuesday when she signed a letter of intent to attend NCMC, where she will compete in softball for the Lady Pirates.

Nelson, who is the all-time home run leader for the Lady Bulldogs, was joined in the signing ceremony by R-5 coaches, staff, administrators, members of

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Winston’s 20-Win Redbirds Beat Up on #3 Hardin-Central

Winston’s boys moved one step closer to an HDC basketball title last night with a 68-31 win over Gilman City.

The Redbirds, 20-2 overall and unbeaten at 5-0 in conference play, face Grundy County, East Harrison and North Harrison in the final two weeks of the regular season. Winston will not face another team with a winning record until the Redbirds get into district play.

Winston overwhelmed Gilman City with

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