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Struggles Continue for Missouri Basketball

Missouri’s struggle of a season slogged on with two more losses last week, an ugly 62-49 loss at Alabama and a 83-61 home loss to Texas A&M (16-6, 7-3 in SEC).

The only shocking thing about the A&M loss is that it was thoroughly not shocking for Missouri (7-16, 1-9 in SEC play through Sunday) to get hammered in Mizzou Arena. Missouri had lost six home games in six

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Four Schools Added to GRC Ranks; More Could Follow

The Grand River Conference announced last Friday the addition of Trenton, St. Joseph Christian, North Andrew and Pattonsburg as new members to the league, beginning with the 2016-17 school year.

The announcement came on the heels of a meeting of league officials in St. Joseph. All four new members received unanimous support from the ten current league members.

In addition, the conference voted unanimously to adopt a two-division format for

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Braymer’s Double Victory Snatches GRC Lead from Gallatin

Braymer’s Bobcats used early leads to hold off Gallatin squads in crucial Grand River Conference games Tuesday night at GHS.

The Lady Bulldogs fell behind, 26-10, in the first quarter but battled back with one of their best three-quarter efforts of the season, despite the absence of injured point guard Sara Lin. Gallatin outscored Braymer, 56-47, in the final three periods but took a 73-66 loss.

Gallatin’s boys played catch-up

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Gann Wins 100th Dual

Gallatin’s Barron Gann coached his 100th dual victory Tuesday night as the Bulldogs defeated both Hamilton and Wentworth (63-18).

Rian Critten, CJ Richards and Dalton Swalley came through with wins in contested matches against WMA. Sunby, Stanley and McLey won contested matches against Hamilton opponents.

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Redbirds Improve to 17-2 with HDC Victory

Winston’s boys continued to pile up wins in the HDC Conference after recent action in league play.

The Redbirds, behind a career night from Jordan Leonard, defeated Mercer, 79-46, Tuesday night to stay unbeaten in the league and improve their record to 17-2 overall. Leonard also made his presence felt in the paint with eight rebounds.

Teammate Craig Lewis pulled off a double-double for the Redbirds with 16 points and

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East Buchanan Uses Free Throw Line to Clip Gallatin, 63-59

Gallatin’s girls hit the game’s only field goals in the final 4 ½ minutes of Saturday’s third place game in the Hamilton Tournament. It did not get them a victory.

East Buchanan held on to defeat Gallatin, 63-49, despite no buckets down the stretch. The blue and gold Bulldogs hit 13 fourth quarter free throws in pulling out the win, but their stint at the foul line didn’t start well.

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Salmon, Leonard Earn News-Press Recognition

A pair of local athletes, Gallatin’s Kailey Salmon and Winston’s Jordan Leonard, are among recent basketball stars having been named “Athlete of the Week” by the St. Joseph News-Press.

Salmon averaged 21 points per game during a recent four-game stretch for the Lady Hornets. She broke the 1,000-point mark on Dec. 15 and currently sits at 1,177 following action in the Hamilton Tournament.

Leonard has been one of the

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Balanced Trenton Game Dumps GHS Boys in Third Place Tilt

Trenton’s Bulldogs went on too many long scoring runs for Gallatin to stay in contention during Saturday’s third place game of the Hamilton Tournament.

The black and gold Bulldogs went on an 11-2 tear to start the third quarter, capped by back-to-back three-pointers that produced a 41-27 THS lead. On the flip side, Gallatin managed only four points in the decisive period.

Trenton expanded its lead to 54-31 with 4:52

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MDC Seeing Less Deer, Seeks Fewer Days to Hunt

MDC expanded the November portion of firearms deer season to 11 days in 1995 in response to a rapidly growing deer population in many parts of the state. Deer numbers in most parts of Missouri are now at or below desired levels. According to MDC biologists, reducing the length of the November portion by two days will help increase those numbers.

To explain the proposed changes and gather public feedback,

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