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Bulldog Band marches home with trophies

Jade Wayne, Coby Brogan and Ty Hanson.

Jade Wayne, Coby Brogan and Ty Hanson.

The Bulldog Pride Marching Band competed in Parade Marching, Drumline, and Indoor Auxiliary in their 2A class rank at Missouri Days in Trenton on Oct. 17. The band placed first in Parade Marching, and second in Drumline. Indoor Auxiliary did not place, but did an outstanding job on their performance. Xandria Obico, Director of Bands, encourages attendance at upcoming performances “Come support the

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NCMC Holiday Hoops to feature 105 different teams

With all the attention to the baseball playoffs and district football for high school, announcement was made last Thursday of a record number of 105 teams entered in the 2015 High School Holiday Hoops.

A total of 58 Missouri and Iowa high schools will be represented in the 11th annual event played in the Ketcham Community Center on the North Central Missouri College campus in Trenton.

Participating for the

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MU goes third straight game without a touchdown

by Benjamin Herrold

I like to think I have a decent vocabulary, but it’s difficult to think of adjectives to adequately describe how hard-to-watch Missouri’s 10-3 loss to Vanderbilt last Saturday was.

Playing on a gray day in the otherwise vibrant city of Nashville, Missouri (4-4, 1-4 in SEC play) and Vanderbilt (3-4, 1-3 in SEC) had offenses that almost comically struggled to score. Both kickers missed field goals off

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WHS junior picked for National fastpitch team

web_CraigLewisCraig Lewis, junior pitcher, was selected to be a part of the National 19 and Under Young Men’s Fastpitch Team.

At age 16, Craig, a Winston High School junior, is the youngest member of the team and is listed as an alternate for now. He will travel and train with the team over the next year in California, Ohio and Illinois, in preparation for the World Tournament being held in

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Dogs return to Hornets’ nest for first round of district playoffs

Caleb Boyd looks for running room while returning a punt against the Bobcats.

Gallatin’s 30-14 victory over Braymer last Friday earned the Bulldogs another shot at rival Hamilton, which enters this week’s Class 1, District 8 tussle on the heals of a 60-41 loss to KCI Conference champion East Buchanan.

The Hornets, who took a 28-6 lead late in the second quarter, fell under a barrage of East Buchanan touchdowns,

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Five Lady Bulldogs honored by GRC


web_AllGRCSBGallatin’s All-Grand River Conference softball honorees are, front row: Bailey Maxwell and Tristyn Siegel; back row: Sami Boyd, Kelsie Huggins and Hayley Michael. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)


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MU’s offensive struggles continue

by Benjamin Herrold

Last Saturday night in Athens, a charming, quintessential college town, Missouri and Georgia played on a grand stage. Playing “Between the Hedges” that famously ring the field, the teams ran out before a lively crowd of 92,746. A trumpet soloist had played the opening notes to Georgia’s “Battle Hymn” fight song, driving the crowd into a frenzy. It was Homecoming in Georgia. It was SEC football. It

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Beaten up Bulldogs take hard loss in Lee’s Summit

Tanner Johnson makes a tackle

It soon became clear in Gallatin’s game on Saturday at Summit Christian Academy that this wasn’t the same Eagles team the Bulldogs beat by two touchdowns a year ago.

Summit Christian came out fast and furious, scoring 20 first quarter points on the way to a 54-0 romp over the physically ailing Bulldogs. Already with five players out with injuries, including starters Kase Critten, Morgan

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Junior High Bulldogs finish 3-2 on the season

Gallatin’s Junior High football team recently wrapped up its season with three wins against two losses. The Bulldogs, coached by Zach Morrison and Gene Crouse, defeated Maysville, 40-0, beat King City, 60-0, and downed a combined Polo/Braymer team, 30-14. The GJH squad lost a close game to South Harrison, 8-6, and fell to Lawson’s eighth grade team, 20-14.

“This was a talented and fun group of kids to work with,”

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