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Bulldog interdivision foe depends on Wednesday night outcomes

Braydon Walker leans in for a shot with a Princeton defender trailing on his back shoulder.

Gallatin’s boys will face an as yet unknown GRC West team at home on Friday in interdivision basketball. The Bulldogs dropped into sixth place in the East after Monday’s loss to Princeton, but came back to defeat Milan, 64-55, on Tuesday.

As of today (Wednesday) there were still two games to be made up

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Gallatin summer ball forms

The signup forms for Gallatin summer baseball, softball, tball and kball are now available. They will be sent home with children in grade school and middle school and are available in the office at the high school. They may also be picked up at city hall in Gallatin. To be on time the forms need to be turned back in by March 3.

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GHS girls fall in third place game at Hamilton, boys fail to win

Gallatin’s girls exited Saturday’s trophy games in the Hamilton Tournament looking for a return to health and return to winning ways.

The Lady Bulldogs, battling injuries on every front, dropped their second straight contest after drawing the tournament’s #2 seed in pre-tourney ranking. An injury and illness plagued season continued for the GHS girls as they lost a 61-58 decision to East Buchanan in the afternoon’s third place game.


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Bulldogs travel to Trenton Saturday in search of GRC wrestling title

Caleb Boyd, 138 pounds

Wyatt Bird captured an individual title Saturday and Ross Critten and Graydee Rains each finished second to lead Bulldog efforts in the 16-team Brookfield Wrestling Tournament.

Bird, wrestling in the 145-pound weight class, won all four matches, including an 11-3, major decision, over Richmond’s Braden Ford in the title match. Bird raised his season match record to 26-6.

Critten won three straight matches in the 106-pound

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HIT upset means rematch for Gallatin, South Harrison girls

Gallatin’s girls and boys are headed to opposite sides of their respective brackets following Monday night’s opening of the 23rd Hamilton Tournament.

The second-seeded Lady Bulldogs started slowly but gained a head of steam in the second half on their way to a 64-46 win over #7 Braymer. Braymer’s third-seeded boys used a height advantage to good effect in downing the #6 Bulldogs, 54-39.

In other first round action on

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Simmons’ last shot brings down the house on South Harrison

There are many ways to win a basketball game. And then there are those rare dramatic finishes that will be long remembered.

Gallatin junior Jett Simmons gave Friday night’s Courtwarming crowd more to remember than queens, kings and attending royalty.

With four seconds showing on the clock, Simmons threw the in-bounds pass to Morgan Corwin, who quickly gave the ball back to Simmons and set a screen that allowed Gallatin’s

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Lady Bulldogs remain in the thick of GRC East Division race

Gallatin’s girls needed all four quarters to turn back South Harrison on Friday. The GHS girls held on to defeat the visiting Lady Bulldogs, 47-43, for their first victory over South Harrison since late in the 2013-14 season.

South Harrison five times pulled to within one possession of Gallatin in the fourth quarter, but the red and black Lady Bulldogs always had an answer, even though the visitors hit four

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Missouri’s season rolls on with two more losses

By Benjamin Herrold

Last week brought more of the same for Missouri basketball. There was a home loss to a pretty bad Auburn team, maybe Missouri’s last best chance to win an SEC game this season, and then a road loss to Arkansas, where the Razorbacks toyed with the Tigers.

The home loss to Auburn was particularly atrocious, even in a season that has lost its ability to shock. Missouri

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Bulldog wrestlers keep winning, ranked 10th in Class 1

It took Mother Nature to bring Gallatin’s busy, and successful, wrestling schedule to a screeching halt.

Saturday’s forecast for freezing rain forced postponement of the Plattsburg Tournament and gave Bulldog grapplers a week off from competition. The Plattsburg Tournament has been rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 4.

In addition to a victory over GRC rival Maysville on Jan. 10, Gallatin also knocked off Polo, 60-10, and defeated Tarkio, 72-6.

Winners of

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