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 Hancock ties GHS pole vault mark of 14-feet

High school track season is well underway and some GHS athletes are just now hitting their stride. Two GHS boys excelled last Friday in their specialty events at the Smithville Invitational.

Senior Tate Hancock, who transferred to Gallatin R-5 last fall from Texas, tied a four-year-old field event mark last Friday. Hancock cleared the bar at 14-feet in the pole vault to tie the Bulldog record set by Chad Ness

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Trenton HS Relays

Results from 3/31/16

Boys High Jump: 4. Chad Walker, 5’4”. Girls Pole Vault: 6. Emily Condie, 5’6”. Boys Pole Vault: 1. Tanner Johnson, 12’. Girls Long Jump: 8. Bethany Bailey, 11’9”. Boys Long Jump: 3. Chase Morrison, 17’10.5”; 6. Caleb Boyd, 16’.75”; 8. Corbin Toney, 14’8.5”. Girls Triple Jump: 4. Condie, 24’2.75”. Boys Triple Jump: Morrison, 32’2”.

Girls Discus: 3. Maelea Coulson, 83’6”; 7. Shaunessy Eaton, 66’2.5”, 14. Meredith Riley,

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Bulldog golfers start season on winning note at Richmond

web_golfGallatin golfers kicked off the 2016 season last Wednesday with a first place showing in the Orrick Tournament, held at Shirkey Golf Course in Richmond.

Jett Simmons and Samuel Coulson teamed up for a combined score of 77 to take first place in the best ball competition. Bradley Rhoades and Gabe Cole shot 80. Logan Burns and Wyatt Bird combined for a score of 85.

The team’s score of 242

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Winter sports wraps up with banquet honoring GHS accomplishments

Gallatin’s winter sports season officially ended last Tuesday night with the annual Winter Sports Banquet. Athletes, coaches, family and boosters gathered in the GHS gym for a buffet meal and program recapping basketball and wrestling seasons.

R-5 Athletic Director Barron Gann served as master of ceremonies and Angel Michael gave the invocation prior to the meal.

Basketball cheerleader sponsor Kelly Walker started the program by introducing her 11 cheerleaders and

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Two from Gallatin medal at USA Wrestling Tournament

Gage Wright and Gaven Gray brought home medals from the 2016 Missouri USA Folkstyle State Wrestling Championships held over the weekend of March 18-20 in St. Louis while competing for the Maysville Wrestling Club.

Wright, son of Jonathon and Terri Wright of Gallatin, finished second in the age 12 and under, 150-pound weight division. Gray, son of Brian and Kelly Walker of Gallatin, placed fourth in the age 14 and

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Coulson receives MBCA Academic All-State

Gallatin R-5 High School senior Samuel Coulson has been honored as a member of the 2015-16 Missouri Academic All-State Basketball Team by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association.

web_sam coulsonEligible players are nominated by their high school coaches after meeting the following criteria. A player must be a senior in high school and have started 90% of his/her team’s games or played in 75% of the total team quarters played. To be

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Redbirds named to MBCA All-State list

A pair of Winston Redbirds received additional post season honors recently by being named to the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team for Class 1.

Senior Jordan Leonard and junior Craig Lewis are among 20 boys picked for the Class 1 honor squad. Others from the area are Braymer’s Logan O’Dell, Stanberry’s Daniel Hailey and Alex McQuinn and Hardin-Central’s Ryan Layman.

Hailey shares the Player of the Year award with

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Garnett moves up to 26th at Puerto Rico Open

Gallatin native Brice Garnett put himself in position for his best finish of 2016 on the PGA tour on Saturday, then moved up even further on Sunday with a solid final round at the Puerto Rico Open.

Garnett’s one-under par round of 71 on Sunday bumped him up five spots in standings to a tie for 26th place in the four-day event. His round of 69 on Saturday moved

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Lions Games set for June 4

Lions Basketball Games will be played at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton on Saturday, June 4.

The following players will be representing Daviess County–

Haleigh Plymell, Pattonsburg, Rheanna Gardner, Pattonsburg, Bailey Maxwell, Gallatin, Madison Rounkles, Gallatin, Harris Cameron, Gallatin, Samuel Coulson, Gallatin, Wyatt Dinwiddle, Pattonsburg, Kristchon Hisel, Winston, Jordan Leonard, Winston.

The following coaches from Daviess County will be coaching in the Lions games this year: Brent Burke, Gallatin,

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