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Bulldogs Bring Home Six Medals from MSHSAA Championships

Overall, last weekend turned out to be a successful one for Gallatin track athletes in terms of state hardware.

Kailey Salmon capped her high school career with a seventh place finish in the Class 2 1600-meter run as three of the four runners from Sectional 4 came away with medals. Salmon ran a season-best 5:31.46 in bringing home her tenth state medal.

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Kailey Salmon, 7th, 1600-meter run | Trystan Sunby,

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Gallatin Pool Opens for Summer

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Pool lifeguards and staff are pictured, top, Brianna Dunham, Morgan Acree, Shaunessy Eaton, Laurie Roll, Abby Marble, David Roll, Briar Roll and Dorothy Millette. Hours are 1-6 and 6-7 for adults only. Cost is $3 per person. Weekly pass is $15 for seven days. Season pass is $60 per person.

 

 

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Bulldogs Claim 3rd in MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championship

To say the least, the future looks bright for Gallatin High School varsity boys golf.

The Bulldogs, already with conference, district and sectional titles under their belts, battled their way to a third place team finish on Tuesday in the MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championship held at Meadow Lake Golf Course in New Bloomfield.

Freshman Jett Simmons led the charge for the Bulldogs, moving up from 8th place on

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Torch Run in Gallatin May 27

The Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO), founded by the Missouri Police Chiefs Association (MPCA) 29 years ago, began on Thursday, May 18, and will continue through Friday, May 29. The torch run will be held locally with a start at 9 a.m. in Chillicothe; 10:50 a.m. at Trenton; 12 noon at Gallatin; and 1 p.m. at Cameron on May 27.

Law enforcement officers from around

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Eleven County Athletes Qualify for MSHSAA Track Champs

Daviess County athletes weathered a brief rain storm at Saturday’s Class 1 and 2 sectional track meets before posting qualifying times and distances for this weekend’s state meet in Jefferson City.

Eight Gallatin athletes qualified for state in seven events, plus one from Winston and a pair of Gilman City Lady Hawks.

Kailey Salmon will attempt to bring home her third straight state medal this weekend in the 1600-meter run

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Golf and Track Stars at GHS Spring Sports Banquet

Grand River Conference golf and boys’ track championships were the buzz of last Wednesday night’s Spring Sports Awards Banquet held in the Gallatin R-5 gymnasium.

Coaches recognized athletes in boys’ golf, girls’ and boys’ track and field prior to state competitions in both sports. Retiring Athletic Director Rick Lin presided over his final awards banquet.

Head Golf Coach Barron Gann reviewed the season to date. The varsity team finished undefeated

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Graydee Rains Shatters Junior High Discus Mark for GJH Boys

Junior Harris Cameron will compete in the Class 2 state track meet in the discus event this weekend for Gallatin, but he won’t have the Bulldog junior high record to look at on the record board in the GHS commons area.

Graydee Rains, competing in Friday’s Grand River Conference Junior High Meet, threw the discus 130’1”, to set the new GJH mark, breaking Cameron’s 2012 record by one inch. Rains’

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GHS Golfers Take Momentum into Class 1 State Tournament

Monday turned out to be just another day at the office for Gallatin varsity golfers.

For the second week in a row, the Bulldogs outshot the Hamilton Hornets on their way to a post season title. Gallatin won its second straight Class 1 Sectional title Monday at Shirkey Golf Course in Richmond with a combined 341 that easily held off runnerup Hamilton’s 357.

Freshman Jett Simmons gained his second post

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Bulldogs Qualify for Sectional in 11 Track and Field Events

Kailey Salmon qualified for this Saturday’s sectional meet by finishing second in the 1600-meter run and third in the 800-meter run at the district meet. She joins Hayley Michael, Kylie Jeffers and Madison Rounkles on the fourth place 4×800-meter relay team.

Gallatin qualified for this Saturday’s Class 2 sectional track meet in 11 events following success at last weekend’s district meet held at Putnam County High School.

The Lady Bulldogs

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