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Missouri Faces Minnesota on New Year’s Day

by Benjamin Herrold

New Year’s Day has historically occupied a special place for college football. With much of the country firmly in the icy grip of winter, the nation turned its attention to warm locales like Pasadena, Miami and New Orleans for the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl.

The Bowl Championship Series gave fans a clear national championship game, but it was played days into January and

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Redbirds Now 8-1 After HDC Tourney Championship

Winston’s boys needed overtime to defeat Mercer, 54-47, on last Friday, but in doing so claimed the championship trophy of the HDC Tournament.

The Redbirds blanked the Cardinals, 7-0, in the extra period after Mercer had rallied to tie the game at the end of regulation.

Jordan Leonard had the hot hand for Winston with 29 points. Mercer’s Cashman Hartley scored 20 to lead the runnersup.

Winston defeated Pattonsburg, 67-29,

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Bundy, Stanley, “Battle” to Championship Titles

Gallatin varsity wrestlers competed in one of the biggest high school wrestling tournaments in the state last weekend when they traveled to Lexington for the Battle of Lexington Tournament.

The event featured over 30 schools of small to medium size from northwest and mid Missouri and featured several state medalists from a year ago.

Gallatin, which finished a solid eighth in team standings, came home with a pair of tournament

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GHS Teams Double Up Against Plattsburg at NCMC

A larger snowfall than expected led to school closings on Thursday and cancellation of Gallatin’s non-conference basketball doubleheader against Trenton, but Bulldog teams were at the Ketcham Center in Trenton on Saturday for their doubleheader in the Holiday Hoops event.

Gallatin bested Plattsburg twice Saturday night with the Lady Bulldogs upping their season record to 6-2 with a 48-39 victory and the Bulldog boys moving to 7-1 with a 55-40

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Tigers Show Improvement in Loss to Illinois

Face Oklahoma State in KC next

by Benjamin Herrold

For 39 minutes and 59 seconds of game time, Missouri and Illinois battled to a draw in the annual Braggin’ Rights game in St. Louis. But in that final second, Illini senior Rayvonte Rice’s high-arcing three pointer beat the buzzer and the Tigers, 62-59, giving Illinois back-to-back wins in the series after Missouri had won four straight.

Missouri (5-6) defended

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Gallatin Junior High Basketball Teams Wrap Season

GJH Bulldogs end season in Hamilton Tournament

Gallatin’s Junior High Boys Basketball “A” team finished 3-10 on the season following a pair of losses in last week’s Hamilton Tournament. The “B” team Bulldogs finished 5-3 on the season.

Pictured are, front row, from left: Ashton Arndt, Nathan Baker, Tristen Gibson, Haden Bradford, Aiden Adkison, Gaven Gray and Tayton Terry; back row: Coach Brent Burke, Jacob Wilson, Morgan McBroom, Dylan Burns,

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Bantam Youth Football First Time League Champs

The Gallatin Youth Football league had their awards banquet Monday night, Dec. 15, for the 2014 season. The two teams had very successful seasons.

The Bantams (third and fourth grades) went 8-0 and won first place in their division by defeating Lawson in the championship game 28-0. They also set a league record for largest point differential, outscoring their opponent by an average of 27 points per game. This is

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Winston Boys Hang on to Defeat Gallatin, 38-34

Gallatin and Winston held their own free throw contest in the fourth quarter of last Thursday’s game, particularly after each scored only once from the field in the final three minutes. The Redbirds needed every foul shot to dispatch the host Bulldogs, 38-34.

Winston took a 10-point lead into the final period but Gallatin closed to within a single point when Andrew Michael stole the ball and passed to Brandon

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2015 Firearms Deer, Turkey Season Dates Approved

At its regular meeting today in Jefferson City, the Missouri Conservation Commission set dates for the 2015 firearms turkey and deer hunting seasons.

Firearms turkey season dates are:

Spring youth season – April 11 and 12; Regular spring season – April 20 through May 10; Fall firearms season – Oct. 1 through 31.

Firearms deer season dates are:

Urban portion – Oct. 9 through 12; Early youth portion – Oct.

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