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MDC and CFM Encourage Deer Hunters to Share the Harvest

Help feed hungry Missourians by sharing your harvest. Funds are available to help cover processing costs. Local processors for Daviess County include: Brown Custom Meats of Pattonsburg, 660-663-5010; Flowers Processing LLC of Brimson, 660-789-3600; and Stoney Ridge Custom Processing of Jamesport, 660-684-6850.

Many Missourians need help with putting meat on the dinner table. Deer hunters can help by sharing their harvests through Missouri’s Share the Harvest program. Share the Harvest

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Jr. Varsity Bulldogs Close out 7-0 Season

Gallatin’s junior varsity football team closed out a perfect 7-0 season Monday night with a key defensive stop and a 20-12 victory over Maysville.

Tristen Wilson ran for a pair of touchdowns and Corbin Toney added another for the undefeated Bulldogs.

The junior varsity team outscored opponents, 207 to 56, this season while rushing for over 200 yards per game. Wilson led the offense with 900 yards on the ground

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Missouri Hosts Georgia in Key SEC East Showdown

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri had a well timed off week last Saturday, which allowed the Tigers to rest up during a crucial stretch of the schedule, and it allowed Tiger fans to relax and enjoy an absurdly entertaining weekend of college football that saw five of the top eight ranked teams lose.

Missouri (4-1, 1-0 in SEC play) should get its own share of college football excitement and then some

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Late Drives Lift Wolverines to 22-14 Comeback Victory

Harris Cameron’s strong defensive rush nearly got to Wolverine quarterback Matt White before he could unload the ball.

When quarterback Matt White left Friday night’s game via an injury with 2:56 left, it was a blow to Maysville’s morale, but what happened next couldn’t have worked out better for the Wolverines.

Halfback Reid Steiner took two steps forward into the quarterback spot and led the Wolverines on a 24-second, 41-yard,

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Lady Bulldogs are GRC Champs and #1 District Seed

Gallatin’s Aubrey Burns applies the tag to a King City baserunner diving back into first base after a pick off throw from catcher Bailey Maxwell.

Gallatin’s softball girls entered Tuesday’s final home game in a three-way tie for first place in the Grand River Conference. As a result of their 7-3 win over King City, that number has been reduced to two.

The Lady Bulldogs spotted King City a 2-0

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Mizzou Rallies for Improbable Win at South Carolina

by Benjamin Herrold

For most of the game, Missouri had pretty much nothing on offense. Then, over the course of a few frantic moments of exquisite drama, the Tigers (4-1, 1-0 in SEC play) had everything, snatching a 21-20 win at South Carolina (3-2, 2-2 in SEC) last Saturday.

It was a game with massive implications for the SEC East Division race, and South Carolina’s Williams-Brice Stadium was ready for

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Gallatin Qualifies Three for Sectional Golf at Maryville

Gallatin picked up three sectional qualifying spots at Monday’s Class 1, District 7 Golf Tournament held in Chillicothe. Kourtney Bird, front row, left, finished in 12th place to earn a sectional qualifying position. Kaitlyn Bird, back row, center; and Taylor Rardon, back row, right, tied for 22nd place and will head to the sectional tournament on Monday at Mozingo Lake Golf Course in Maryville.

Tannah Terry and Megan

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Boyd, Sunby, Wilson Top 100 Yards

In 71-14 win over Wildkats

The Gallatin Bulldogs are back in the race for the Grand River Conference football title, and they owe it all to their next opponent.

The Maysville Wolverines scored a dramatic upset of Polo last Friday night, dropping the previously unbeaten Panthers into second place in the league behind the Wolverines, who face once-beaten Gallatin this week in a pivotal conference clash. A Bulldog win this

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GJH Softball Takes 4-2 Record into Final Week

Gallatin’s Junior High softball team took a 4-2 record into Tuesday’s trip to Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs own victories over South Harrison, Cameron (2), and Albany.

Karley Salmon fanned eight batters in a season-opening, 5-1 win over South Harrison. The Lady Bulldogs fell behind early and lost to Hamilton, 15-0, in the opening round of the Hamilton Tournament. Salmon doubled and tripled for Gallatin and Bethany Bailey finished with three

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