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Bracket announced for 2016 Gallatin Invitational Basketball Tournament


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Lady Bulldogs will build off last season’s winning campaign


The 2016-17 Gallatin Lady Bulldog basketball team includes, front row, from left: Janee Filbeck, Sami Boyd, Taylor Sloan, Courtney Shubert and Megan Cox; second row: Kaia Mehlberg (mgr.), Briar Roll, Hayley Michael, Cora Stout, Shaunessey Eaton and Bethany Bailey (mgr.); back row: Coach Chad Sullenger, Libby Endicott (mgr.), Taylor Greene, Maelea Coulson, Kelsey Maxwell, Karley Salmon, Madalyn Shubert, Macie McNeely, and Coach Courtney Ray.

Gallatin may have lost four seniors

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Guard-heavy Bulldogs look for inside help to begin 2016-17 season


The 2016-17 Bulldog basketball team includes, front row from left: Nathan Baker, Haden Bradford, Landon Corwin, Aidan Adkison and Tristen Gibson; second row: Logan Burns, Colin Beck, Morgan McBroom, Jacob Wilson, Jett Simmons and Morgan Corwin; third row: Chad Walker, Riley Holmes, Braydon Walker, Gabe Cole and Blaine Bailey; back row: Coach Justin Collins, Dylan Burns, Thomas King, Keaton Collins, Patrick McNickle, and Coach Ryan Beenken.

Gallatin’s boys team lost

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Bearcats put Northwest Missouri in national spotlight

Undefeated and top-seeded Northwest Missouri State earned a bye in the first round of the NCAA Division II Super Division 3 football playoffs. The Bearcats will host the winner of Emporia State-Minnesota Duluth at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26, at Bearcat Stadium.

Northwest won its fourth straight MIAA title this season, going 11-0 during regular season play. Other teams earning opening round byes are California University of Pennsylvania (10-0)

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GHS athletes receive awards, including 28 Academic All-Conference

Successful fall sports seasons took the spotlight Monday at the Bulldog Pride Fall Athletic Awards Night, highlighting GHS accomplishments by cheerleaders, girls golf, softball and football teams.

Athletic Director Barron Gann served as master of ceremonies. Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple congratulated all student-athletes for their endeavors and announced that a traveling trophy has been established between Gallatin and Trenton football teams. The “Battle of the Bulldogs” trophy will reside at

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Bulldogs land eight on All-GRC East Football Team


Gallatin’s 2016 All-Grand River Conference football honorees are, front row, from left: Caleb Boyd, Cole McBee, Wyatt Bird and Adrian Hernandez; back row: Michael McLey, Graydee Rains, Chad Walker and Colin Beck. (Photo by Amy McNeely)

Gallatin’s recently completed 5-2 Grand River Conference football campaign paid off with 13 spots on the 2016 GRC East All-Conference Football Team.

The Bulldogs came away from the coaches’ selection meeting with five first

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Austin Rhoades, Coach Keller go on to state — pace picks up for cross country

austin-rhoades-and-coach-zachary-kellerBy T.L. Huffman

When music teacher Zach Keller began teaching at Winston R-6 in 2013, he introduced the students to his favorite sport, cross country running.

A freshman, Austin Rhoades signed up for the three mile race that year, along with two other boys and one girl. But by the end of the year the other two high school runners had dropped out and only Austin was left. That year,

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Friday Night Lights


There’s nothing like high school football on a crisp October night in small town, America. Last Friday proved to be no exception despite the upset of Gallatin’s Bulldogs by the visiting Putnam County Midgets. Although the loss was to a team Gallatin defeated by 23 points just two weeks ago and ended a 5-game winning streak, the Bulldogs finished the 2016 campaign with a solid 6-4 record that few expected

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Midgets stand tall in 16-14 district upset of Bulldogs


Patrick McNickle and Michael McLey wrap up Putnam County’s Tanner Bondy.

There was no sign of panic on the Gallatin sideline near the end of Friday night’s district opener but when Putnam County’s Tanner Bondy took the ball three times for a first down at the Bulldog one-yard line, there was finally resignation and acceptance of the outcome.

Gallatin’s five-game winning streak and run through the playoffs crashed to a

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