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Sunby Sets Personal Best Pole Vault

Varsity girls’ relay breaks 11-minute mark

Tuesday, April 21, turned out to be a notable day for Gallatin varsity track. Trystan Sunby set a personal best in the pole vault at 12’9”. The Lady Bulldog 4×800-meter relay team of Madison Rounkles, Kylie Jeffers, Hayley Michael and Kailey Salmon defeated Jefferson and broke the 11-minute barrier.

The Bulldog 4×800-meter relay ran 9:03.61 to take first with the quartet of Braydon Walker,

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Junior High, Trenton MS Relays

4/21/15 results

Boys high jump: Cy Uthe (W), 7th. Boys pole vault: John Gibson (G), 1st, 8-0 (personal best); Tayton Terry (G), 6th, 6-6 (personal best). Girls long jump: Bethany Bailey (G), 11th; Jessie Becerra (G), 17th; Sophie Pliley (W), 18th; Makayla Williamson (W), 21st. Boys long jump: Ross Nelson (W), 7th; Aidan Adkison

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Access II 5K Color Run Set for May 16

Brandy Gannan, left, and Peggy Simmons.

Peggy Simmons, store manager representing the Shopko Foundation, presented Brandy Gannan, program manager representing Access II Independent Living Center, with a $250 check to benefit their annual 5K Color Run fundraiser event on Saturday, May 16, in Gallatin.

All proceeds from the Color Run benefit Access II’s special projects for individuals with disabilities in our community. The race is a 5K-3.1 mile loop course

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GHS Golfers Shoot Lowest Score of Season at DCCC

Gallatin varsity golfers shot their lowest team score of the season at Daviess County Country Club on Tuesday and came away with yet another victory in four-team competition.

The Bulldogs combined for a nine-hole score of 152 to best Albany (182), Mid-Buchanan (192) and Mercer, which only fielded three golfers.

Jett Simmons edged out his brother, Grant, for the medalist honor. Jett shot a round of 37 and Grant came

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Daviess County’s Junior High Track Results

Stanberry MS Relays – 4/16/15

GJH Girls (11 of 14)

1600m run: Bethany Bailey, 6th, 6:33.86. 100m hurdles: Jacklyn Maize, 4th, 20.21; Jessi Becerra, 5th, 20.93. 4x400m relay: (Madalyn Shubert, Macie McNeely, Bailey, Becerra), 5th, 5:08.62. Triple jump: Becerra, 5th, 25-7.75.

GJH Boys (6 of 14)

100m dash: Graydee Rains, 6th, 13.65. 200m dash: Ross Critten, 6th

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Garnett Takes 11th at Hilton Head

Outstanding rounds of 65 and 66 on Friday and Saturday put Gallatin’s Brice Garnett in perfect position for his best PGA finish of 2015. He didn’t disappoint on Sunday.

Garnett finished off the weekend with a even round of 71 to finish in a four-way tie for 11th place in the RBC Heritage held at Harbor Town GL, Hilton Head, SC.

Garnett stood in fifth place heading into Sunday’s

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Pattonsburg Senior Signs with Peru State

 

Carl Parman signed to play football in the fall at Peru State in Peru, Neb. He will be a physical education/health major as a Peru Bobcat. Carl is a senior at Pattonsburg High School, the son of Vernon and Valerie Parman of Winston. His grandmothers are JoAnn Uthe of Winston, and Norna May Parman of Maryville.

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Blasts from the Past

April 20, 2005

Leaders of the National High School Rodeo Association, the oldest youth rodeo organization in America, appointed Levi Alden of Gallatin to the Wrangler All-Star Rodeo Team, the first-ever corporate-sponsored youth rodeo team.

Brittney Hixson will be representing the Gallatin FBLA Chapter at the National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL, June 24-27. Brittney was appointed to serve as President of the Missouri Parliamentary Procedures Team during the 2005

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GHS Golfers Medal

All three GHS golf pairs medaled last Thursday in the Plattsburg Tournament. The duo of Bradley Rhoades and Logan Burns combined for a fourth place score of 76. Grant Simmons and Gabe Cole shot 77 and took fifth place on a score card playoff. Jett Simmons and Kase Critten combined for a round of 77, as well, and took sixth.

Pictured, left to right, are Critten, Jett Simmons, Rhoades, Grant

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