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Panthers rip North Shelby, 42-14, for first football victory

North Shelby scored first against Pattonsburg on Friday but it was the Panthers who rattled off four straight touchdowns to take a commanding lead on their way to a 42-14, eight-man football victory.

Pattonsburg, 1-5, returns to Grand River Conference play this Friday at Worth County.

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Dogs dodge upset-minded Wildcats, 14-6, to even record


Chad Walker returned a punt for an apparent touchdown late in the first quarter but a penalty for an illegal block wiped six points off the scoreboard for the Bulldogs.

Gallatin’s 14-6 win over Milan last Friday night might not have been a thing of beauty, but it was a case study in perseverance for the Bulldogs, who overcame penalties and turnovers to even their season record at 3-3.


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Missouri loses heartbreaker to Georgia in SEC opener

For nearly four hours Saturday night in Columbia, Missouri and Georgia battled on Faurot Field. The game unfolded unpredictably, all plot twists and momentum swings and breathtaking plays. Missouri raced to a 10-0 lead, and then the contest featured five lead changes.

The game turned on a 4th-and-10, do-or-die play with Georgia driving deep into Missouri territory. Missouri clung stubbornly to a 27-21 lead with a minute and a half

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Harris burns Albany with ninth-inning, walk-off home run


Catcher Kelsey Maxwell tags out Albany’s Taylor Bain when she tried to score from third base during the Lady Warriors’ four-run fourth inning.

A slow start but fast finish. That was the formula that came through for the Lady Bulldogs as they neared the end of the second hour of action against Albany on Tuesday.

Senior Ariel Harris took a hitter’s pitch, a 3-balls, 1-strike count, and drove it over

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Defense and ground game combine in 50-0 GHS victory over South Harrison

Gallatin’s Bulldogs believe Friday night’s dominating performance against South Harrison is just the beginning of more good things to come.

“There are a lot of positives to take away from the game this week,” says Head Coach Patrick Treece. “First of all, it is nice to get back into the win column, especially in the fashion that we did on Friday night,” he added. “Second, I think the boys gained

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GHS golfers capture GRC Tournament title by 13 strokes

golf-14361294_1109678499122460_5952979206127502185_oGallatin’s girls brought home a Grand River Conference golf title Monday from Chillicothe, shooting 409 to clip new league rival Trenton by 13 strokes.

Monday’s victory represented Gallatin’s first girl’s GRC golf title since 2007 and 12th league title since 1983.

With team success also came individual success. Taylor Rardon shot an 18-hole score of 96 to finish third overall. Megan Cox placed fifth with a 97. Kelli Lynch’s score

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2016 GHS Football Cheerleaders


Front row from left: Chloe Simmons, Tatum Griffin, Courtney Smith; second row: Jennifer Teel, Essie Williamson, Kelli Lynch, Sarabeth Michael; back row: Addison Burns, Megan Redman, Briar Roll, Annie Nelson, Addison Stanley.

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Dogs can’t sustain 2nd quarter dominance, fall 36-21 to Panthers


Corbin Toney high steps past a Panther defender during Friday night’s GRC contest at Polo.

Gallatin pushed state-ranked Polo to the limit last Friday night but the Bulldogs ran out of gas in the fourth quarter.

Polo, the #6 ranked team in Class 1, scored the game’s final three touchdowns in the second half to preserve a 36-21 win and perfect 4-0 record.

Despite giving up a touchdown just 16

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Homecoming will honor 2006 GHS champion softball team

In keeping with a tradition of honoring outstanding fall athletic teams of the past, Gallatin High School will recognize the 2006 Lady Bulldog softball team during half time of the Sept. 30 Homecoming football game against Princeton.

Coached by Jeremy Hobbs and Denise Ray, the 2006 GHS softball team finished 15-3 overall during a wet fall season that saw seven games cancelled due to rain. The Lady Bulldogs finished 7-1

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