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Bulldogs finish sixth in Marshall Wrestling Tournament

Led by senior Caleb Michael, Gallatin finished with 10 top six finishers and a sixth place finish in Saturday’s Marshall Wrestling Tournament.

Caleb Michael

Michael swept to five victories in the 152-pound weight class and brought home that division’s championship with a 9-3 decision over Luke Staton of Carrollton. Michael won three matches by pin and entered the title bout on a 3-1 victory over Dalton Schmidt of Versailles.


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Plymell tops 1,000 points for Lady Panthers

Pattonsburg senior Haleigh Plymell entered the Jan. 5 basketball game against Stewartsville needing only three points to reach the 1,000 point mark for her career. Midway through the first quarter, she scored off an offensive rebound to break that barrier.

The Lady Panthers went on to defeat Stewartsville, 58, 25, and Plymell finished with a game-high 26 points. Following Monday night’s PHS win against Stewartsville in the Osborn Tournament, she

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Bulldogs take down Tigers in GRC road openers

Gallatin’s conference wins over Worth County last Friday came from both ends of the spectrum. The Lady Bulldogs started the evening with an easy, 56-18, win in their conference opener. The Bulldog boys needed all four quarters to hold off the Tigers, 68-65.

The girls’ outcome was never in doubt, despite an early 4-2 Lady Tiger lead. Seven different Lady Bulldogs found the range from the field and scored 20

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Missouri picks up first SEC win, prepares for challenging stretch of games

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri won a game it really needed last Saturday night, defeating Auburn 76-61 at Mizzou Arena in the Southeastern Conference home opener.

Missouri (8-7, 1-1 in SEC play through Sunday) used a late first-half surge to take a 39-24 lead at halftime, and then kept Auburn at arm’s length throughout the second half. D’Angelo Allen, who had not seen much playing time in recent weeks, provided a

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Hot East Buchanan teams take two from Gallatin

There are definite advantages in playing at home, but East Buchanan basketball squads used another big advantage in tripping up Gallatin in Tuesday night’s non-conference doubleheader.

East Buchanan teams came into the games on something of a hot streak, fueled in part by having played four games each in the span of the last nine days. The EB Lady Bulldogs finished runner-up last week in the LeBlond Holiday Tournament and

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Holiday Hoops wraps up with All-Star Team selections

The weather failed to cooperate fully, cancelling 13 games as a result, but Holiday Hoops organizers are calling this year’s event a huge success.

A first for Holiday Hoops this year was the selection of an All-Star Team with 12 young men and 12 young women selected for the honor. Selection was made by a committee who actually watched all 57 games and considered each player. Players were awarded commemorative

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Missouri heads into SEC play, hosts Auburn Saturday

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri finished the nonconference portion of its schedule with an easy 81-50 home win over Savannah State. The Tigers head into Southeastern Conference play at 7-6, a game better than last year.

Wes Clark continued his run of playing well, scoring 22 points on 9-of-10 shooting. It would be helpful for Mizzou heading into conference play if he can continue to emerge as a scoring threat.


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MU loses to Illinois, wraps up nonconference play Saturday

Last week Missouri lost 68-63 to Illinois in the Braggin’ Rights game, the Tigers’ third straight loss in the rivalry game played annually in St. Louis.

The game continued a troubling trend as Missouri (5-6 through Sunday) fell behind by 20 in the second half. In all six games Missouri has played against major-conference teams, all losses, the Tigers have trailed by at least 20 at some point.

Missouri rallied

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GHS Bulldogs hoop action

Bulldogs beat Rock Port, 52-39, for third straight win

A slow start by Rock Port’s Blue Jays aided Gallatin’s boys in a 52-39 victory Tuesday afternoon during the Holiday Hoops tournament at NCMC.

Gallatin jumped out to an 11-0 lead through the opening eight minutes thanks to five post baskets from Samuel Coulson and Harris Cameron. The Blue Jays pulled to within six points early in the second quarter but

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