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Results from Trenton Middle School Relays

Girls Results

Pole Vault: T2. Caragan Baker, Gallatin, 5’; T2. Macie McNeely, Gallatin, 5’. 400m Dash: 3. C. Baker, Gallatin, 1:09.03; 5. Claire Hemry, Gallatin, 1:11.04. 800m Run: 3. Hannah Miller, Gallatin, 2:51.76; 6. Haley Collins, North Daviess, 3:01.60. 1600m Run: 5. Collins, North Daviess, 6:35.30. 4x400m Relay: 3. Gallatin (Alli Baker, C. Baker, Hemry, Miller), 4:53.56.

Boys Results

Long Jump: 2. Cameron Jones, Pattonsburg, 16’7.5”, 3. Dakota Eaton, Pattonsburg,

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Leonard again sweeps sprints at Trenton, GHS teams earn points in two meets

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Tate Hancock captured the pole vault event

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Tanner Johnson finished second in the pole vault

For the second year in a row, Winston’s Jordan Leonard dominated the sprint races at the Trenton Invitational, held Thursday in the best weather day yet for area high school athletes.

Just like a year ago, Leonard won the 100, 200 and 400-meter sprints and placed high in the long jump event. His second place

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Bulldog Jr. High boys easily win Stanberry JH Relays

Gallatin’s Junior High boys piled up 94.5 points to easily outdistance second place Princeton in last Thursday’s Stanberry Junior High Relays. The Tigers took second with 66 points.

Following are junior high track results since April 7.

4/14 Gallatin @ Stanberry

 Girls 8th of 14

800m Run: 3. Hannah Miller, 2:53.70. 1600m Run: 6. Sarah Morrison, 6:55.90. 4x400m Relay: 1. (Alli Baker, Miller, Claire Hemry, Caragan Baker), 4:55.40. High

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Bulldog golfers, now 17-0, shoot best round of season at DCCC

Tuesday afternoon at Daviess County Country Club turned out to be a perfect setting for high school golf and Gallatin’s varsity and junior varsity squads took full advantage of the day.

The Bulldogs moved to 17-0 in varsity play after shooting a season low 149 on their home course, just six strokes off the record 143 set by the Bulldog team back in April of 2000. That varsity lineup included

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Bulldog golfers remain perfect at 14-0 in triangular and quad meets

If Gallatin golfers have learned one thing this season, it’s how to play the wind.

Despite windy day after windy day, Gallatin golfers strung together four victories over the course of the last seven days to stay perfect on the season. The Bulldogs own a 14-0 record, plus a 1-0 tournament mark, heading into today’s (Wednesday) Cameron Tournament.

Tuesday’s four-team competition at Daviess County Country Club saw Gallatin’s five varsity

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MSHSAA releases classifications and new championship venues

Saturday was a day for big announcements delivered by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. The governing body released new classifications for the next two school years and announced that state football and basketball events would be moving to new venues.

With new football classifications beginning this fall, Gallatin remains a member of Class 1, District 8, but with a new lineup of opponents. Joining Gallatin in the district

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Golfers hit their stride early with two more victories

Make that three in a row.

Gallatin varsity golfers took a pair of tri-meets over the past week and continue this week with a busy schedule. Monday’s trip to Albany was cancelled but the Bulldogs travel to Maysville today (Wednesday), are back home Thursday and have added a golfing trip to Trenton on Friday.

Simmons and Burns tied for the medalist honor last Thursday at South Harrison with rounds of

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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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