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Missouri loses Homecoming game, travels to Georgia next

by Benjamin Herrold

As usual, Missouri put on a good show for its Homecoming game, with the campus throughly decorated, a pep rally next to the familiar dome of Jesse Hall, and over 70,000 people at Faurot Field for the game. Under the lights, with the No. 11 Florida Gators were in town, the crowd was charged.

And then, the game started. Florida is a very good team, and first-year

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Hornet small ball pushes Lady Bulldogs out of post season

Sydney Bottorff did everything she could Thursday night to lift her Hamilton Lady Hornet teammates into Saturday’s championship softball game of Class 1, District 15.

Bottorff, who has played all season with a knee brace covering a torn ACL, shut out Gallatin on three hits and drove in the only runs in a 2-0 Hornet victory at Lawson High School.

Hamilton’s only damage against the Lady Bulldogs and pitcher Sami

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Jordan Leonard recognized for achievement in Track and Field

web_school winston leonardWinston R-6 senior Jordan Leonard received a Courtesy Resolution presented by State Representative J. Eggleston of the 2nd District on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

The award was presented to Jordan at an assembly of the high school student body. The resolution congratulated Jordan for his accomplishments in Track and Field. [Submitted Photo]

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Dogs hope to ground high-flying SCA Eagles on Saturday


Right side blockers for the Bulldogs include Hunter McCampbell, C. J. Richards and Beau Johnson.

Maysville’s combination of quarterback Matt White and running back Troy Powers proved to be too much for Gallatin’s defense as the Wolverines rolled to a 51-30 conference win last Friday night.

Maysville scored four straight touchdowns from early in the third quarter to the middle of the fourth to blow open a 16-14 game

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Tough day at sectional for Lady Bulldog golfers

Hopes of sending one or more GHS golfers to the Class 1 state tournament next week fell short of realization Monday at Cameron.

The Lady Bulldogs, who entered the sectional tournament coming off second place finishes in the Grand River Conference and district, failed to qualify anyone for the MSHSAA Class 1 Tournament. Monday was a difficult day for most of the 51-player field. Of the 16 individual qualifiers, 10

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Gallatin softball


It’s Gallatin vs. Hamilton in Class 2, D15 opener at Lawson

Two rivals and familiar foes will lock up in first round action Thursday in the Class 2, District 15 Tournament at Lawson High School.

Third-seeded Gallatin, 19-4, is set to face #2 Hamilton, 17-7, at 7:30 p.m. in one of two semifinal games in the five-team tournament. Top-seeded Lathrop will face the winner of  today’s (Wednesday) game of

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Missouri hosts Florida in big Homecoming game

by Benjamin Herrold

On a mostly clear, crisp fall day at Faurot Field, freshman quarterback Drew Lock trotted out for his first start at Missouri to roars and applause from the crowd. It felt like the beginning of a new era for Mizzou football.

Lock has shown enormous potential as a freshman. So with Maty Mauk suspended for an unspecified violation of team rules, Lock got the start Saturday as

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Gallatin School and Club News


GHS girls are undisputed GRC softball champions

Gallatin’s softball girls posted their fifth shutout in their last six games and with that captured an undefeated Grand River Conference title Tuesday.

The Lady Bulldogs defeated King City, 7-0, to earn the crown

Aubrey Burns slides safely into third base after ripping a triple off the fence in right field.

as pitcher Sami Boyd stretched her consecutive scoreless innings to 42.

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Redbirds are top seed in state tourney

The Winston Redbirds own the top seed in the Northwest Missouri Boys State Fastpitch Tournament, which begins this Saturday at Danner Park in Chillicothe.

The Redbirds, who finished third in last year’s state tournament, will face #8 Newtown-Harris at 10 a.m. while #2 Jefferson, last year’s champ, will face #7 Tri-County on a nearby field.

Also in the field of eight are (3) Mercer, (4) East Harrison, (5) North Harrison

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