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Mizzou drops SEC opener

by Benjamin Herrold

After two weeks of Missouri playing shaky games but finding a way to win, the jig was up Saturday night in Kentucky. The Wildcats beat Missouri 21-13 in the Tigers’ SEC opener.

It was a defensive game, as you might expect when two teams play that each scored exactly 9 points the week before. For the most part, Missouri’s defense played a good game, but the Tigers

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MDC using satellite technology for deer study

Hunters in northwest Missouri can harvest deer with radio collars

 mdc harvest deerSt. Joseph, Mo. – Deer hunters in northwest Missouri may see deer wearing radio collars when they head into the woods this fall. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) asks that hunters harvest these deer, if appropriate to seasons and methods. The collars are a tool in a five-year study to evaluate white-tailed deer reproduction and movement patterns. Normal

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Chloe Simmons, Harris Cameron crowned GHS Homecoming Royalty

Chloe Simmons, Harris Cameron crowned 2015 GHS Homecoming Royalty

Friday night’s Homecoming game was delayed for 30 minutes due to impending bad weather but the crowning of royalty went off without a hitch.

Chloe Simmons and Harris Cameron were crowned Queen and King by last year’s royalty, Tannah Terry and Kase Critten.

Pictured below from left are Coby Brogan, Natalie Marble, Hunter McCampbell, Mariah Huston, Patrick McNickle, Courtney Shubert, Queen

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South Harrison dominates Gallatin in 41-8 Homecoming loss

Gallatin nearly scored the first touchdown of Friday night’s Homecoming game. They also nearly didn’t score at all.

South Harrison turned a dominant performance on both sides of the ball into a 41-8 rout of Gallatin. The visiting Bulldogs held Gallatin to a net of 66 yards on the ground and 46 yards through the air, while at the same time piling up nearly 400 yards in total offense.


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GHS golfers finish 9-0, 2nd in GRC Tournament

GHS Golf Team. Front row from left: Ally Johnson, Kelli Lynch, Taylor Rardon, Hattie Bradford. Back row: Jackyln Maize, Taylor Sloan, Megan Cox, Kaitlyn Bird

Gallatin’s varsity girls golf team wrapped up the regular season Monday with a second place finish in the Grand River Conference Tournament held in Bethany.

The Lady Bulldogs finished 9-0 in match play and second in both the Orrick and Gallatin tournaments. They also won

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Boyd extends pitching streak to 24 scoreless innings

GHS Softball

Gallatin takes a 7-0 conference record and 10-game winning streak into the final week of the softball regular season. The Lady Bulldogs came out on top in a pair of 3-0 decisions against Albany and Lawson before taking a 4-0 Tuesday against Polo.

Sami Boyd earned the win in all three games, giving up a total of 10 hits in those three contests and striking out 19 batters.

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After narrow win, Missouri heads into SEC play

by Benjamin Herrold

Saturday was a beautiful day for a football game in Columbia, with blue skies and fairly mild temperatures compared to the steamy conditions for the season opener Labor Day weekend. But while the weather was beautiful, the actual game was decidedly not beautiful.

Missouri (3-0), a heavy favorite, held on for a bizarre 9-6 win over Connecticut (2-1).

The difference came from Missouri blocking two kicks, one

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Eight-game win streak pushes GHS girls to 11-2

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs moved to 4-0 in the Grand River Conference and 11-2 overall following their latest in a string of eight straight victories on Tuesday. The GHS girls now embark on a three-game road schedule to Albany, Lawson and Polo.

Gallatin’s 13-hit attack against Worth County on Tuesday carried the Lady Bulldogs to a 9-1 conference victory. Sami Boyd threw a second straight two-hitter to limit the Lady Tiger

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Bulldog defense shines in 24-6 win over Tigers

Corbin Toney fights for yards against the Tiger defense in first quarter action last Friday in Princeton.

A dominant first half effort, both offensively and defensively, set the stage last Friday night for Gallatin’s first victory of the 2015 season.

The Bulldogs raced to an 18-0 lead and that first quarter momentum carried them to a 24-6 victory over Princeton Gallatin’s defense set the tone for the game with four

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