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GHS boys ousted from district, girls face Stanberry rematch

One season ended for Gallatin basketball but another continues in the semifinal round of Class 2, District 16 at Mid-Buchanan High School.

As expected, Gallatin’s girls defeated Polo, 57-33, Monday night to advance to a rematch with Stanberry in the district semifinal. The two teams faced each other Friday night with Stanberry coming out on top at home.

Mid-Buchanan successfully followed the seeding pattern by dispatching Gallatin’s boys, 49-34, on

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Bulldogs drop season-ending games to Stanberry

Gallatin varsity basketball teams fell at Stanberry Friday night, but neither game had much significance for the Bulldogs as they looked toward this week’s district tournament, particularly with one starter out for both girls’ and boys’ teams.

The GHS girls fell Friday, 50-37, to this week’s #3 seeded team in the Class 2, District 16 Tournament and played without starting point guard Hayley Michael. The Bulldog boys dropped their contest,

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Soccer Registration Due Friday

Registration for the Gallatin Soccer League is due by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17 at Gallatin City Hall. The fee is $10. Contact Liz Lawinger, 816-806-7038, with questions.

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Missouri picks up another win, trying to generate momentum

By Benjamin Herrold

After ending its school-record losing streak, Missouri basketball put together a fairly encouraging week, losing by only three, 76-73, at Texas A&M on Wednesday and roaring to a 72-52 home win over Vanderbilt on Saturday.

Texas A&M is having a down year, but coming that close to a road win is noteworthy for Missouri (7-17, 2-10 in SEC play), which has lost an astounding 32 straight road

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Garnett ties for 6th in Web.com tourney in Bogota, Columbia

Gallatin’s Brice Garnett turned in his first top ten performance of 2017 on the Web.com Tour over the weekend, finishing in a two-way tie for sixth place in the Club Columbia by Servientrega held in Bogota, Columbia.

Garnett, who finished with a four-day total of 274 and 10-under par, led the tournament with a 65 after Thursday’s first round. He sandwiched another 65 between rounds of 69 to finish in

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Critten earns district wrestling crown, five others headed to state

Gallatin’s #1 ranked 106-pound wrestler Ross Critten leads a group of six Bulldog wrestlers that will represent Gallatin High School this weekend at the MSHSAA Class 1 Wrestling Championship held in Mizzou Arena on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus.

Gallatin finished fourth among 14 teams at last weekend’s Class 1, District 3 Tournament held at Richmond High School. All four top team finishers, Richmond, Centralia, Marceline and Gallatin, entered the

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Bulldogs take two from Warriors, Stanberry up next

Gallatin varsity basketball teams did sterling work on the defensive backboards Friday night and that helped add up to a sweep of the Albany Warriors in an East-West Grand River Conference matchup of schools.

The Lady Bulldogs came away with a 54-19 victory while the Bulldog boys came home with a 55-38 win.

The Lady Bulldogs held the Lady Warriors to 16% shooting from the field and gave up only

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Redbirds hope to continue post season success in crowded field of Wannabes

The Winston Redbirds are once again champions of both HDC Conference regular season play and the HDC Tournament. The Redbirds defeated Mercer, 80-34, Friday night at Winston High School to retain their undefeated season record. Winston is the #1 ranked team in Class 1 and the top-seeded team in next week’s district tournament at Orrick.

By Dennis Cox

The top-ranked Winston Redbirds, newly-crowned champions of both the HDC Conference regular

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Gilman players top 1,000 points in same week

Gilman City basketball players recently reached scoring milestones just two days apart.

Gilman City High School senior Hailey Burrows scored her 1,000th career point on Feb. 2, during the second quarter of the varsity girls game against Breckenridge High School. The game was played at Breckenridge. Hailey is the daughter of Dennis and Mary Burrows of Gilman City.

Gilman City junior Cornelius Peery topped the 1,000 point mark on Feb.

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