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Salmon pours in 28 points to lead Lady Bulldogs past Polo

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs rode the hot hand of sophomore Karley Salmon to a 57-23 win over Polo last Friday night in Grand River Conference East Division play.

Salmon, who finished with  28 points and just one point off her career high, shot 83% inside the three-point arc and nearly 67% (6of 9) from long range shots. She scored 20 of Gallatin’s first 33 points into the early third quarter.


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Dogs claim first GRC East Division win over Polo Panthers

Six different Bulldogs scored against the Polo Panthers last Friday night and all six shot 50% or better from the field as Gallatin captured its first Grand River Conference East Division win, 49-35.

The Bulldogs, who held the Panthers to only four points in the first quarter and two in the second, built a 32-8 lead before the home team broke double figures with 4:52 left in the third period.

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Hornets sting Lady Bulldogs with LIT first round upset

Just maybe the Lady Bulldogs’ short-handed lineup caught up with them Monday night.

With five important players battling issues of one kind or another, Gallatin’s girls fell in an upset bid by the Hamilton Lady Hornets Monday night in the first round of the Lawson Tournament. Hamilton, the #6 seed moved on to the semifinal round by way of a 52-47 overtime win over #3 Gallatin.

Ultimately, turnovers proved to

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Bulldog wrestlers claim 2nd place at Marshall Tournament

For the second tournament in a row, Gallatin varsity wrestlers more than held their own against competitors from larger schools.

Led by four second-place individuals, the Bulldogs amassed 143 points to finish behind only Chillicothe at the Marshall Tournament on Saturday. The CHS Hornets won three weight classes and finished second in two others to pile up 161 points to top the 17-team field.

Ross Critten, Keegan Allen, Drayton Harris,

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Three from area named to Holiday Hoops All-Star Team

For the second consecutive year, outstanding successes on the basketball court during Holiday Hoops are being recognized with the naming of an all-star team. The recognition is based on play only during Holiday Hoops.

Gallatin’s Jett Simmons, Winston’s Craig Lewis and Gilman City’s Hailey Burrows are among the 12 boys and 12 girls chosen by a committee evaluating play during each of the 67 games of Holiday Hoops 1016.


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Jayvee wrestlers leave their mark at Pleasant Hill Tournament

Six Gallatin junior varsity wrestlers ushered in the New Year on Saturday by taking part in the Pleasant Hill Junior Varsity Wrestling Tournament.

Keegan Allen, Gaven Gray and Tom Crouse each wrestled to a first place finish in the 15-team tournament. Jared Williams finished third in his bracket. Cody Arnold and Brigham Steele were fourth place finishers in their respective weight division.

Allen finished 4-0 on the day in the

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Missouri sinks lower with loss to Lipscomb

By Benjamin Herrold
Every time you think Missouri men’s basketball has reached rock bottom, the Tigers seem to tumble through yet another trap door, falling still lower. It calls to mind former Kansas City Royals manager Buddy Bell, during one particularly bad stretch of baseball, saying, “I’ll never say it can’t get worse.
Let’s take stock. Missouri lost 81-76 to Lipscomb last Thursday to wrap up nonconference play at 5-7.

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GHS boys can’t finish as East Buchanan steals 48-40 win

Jett Simmons puts up a one-handed runner on the baseline.

Gallatin’s boys struggled mightily in the second half, lost a double digit lead and fell to East Buchanan, 48-40, in non-conference action Tuesday night.

Gallatin’s fast, 16-4 first quarter start held up until early in the fourth quarter when the visiting Bulldogs grabbed a 33-31 lead. A five-point flurry of scoring by East Buchanan near the end of the contest

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GHS girls dominate East Buchanan, 64-35

Megan Cox surveys the floor as she brings the ball across the time line against East Buchanan.

Gallatin’s girls may have been shorthanded on the bench Tuesday night but they dominated East Buchanan just the same.

Gallatin piled up a 30-point lead in the second half and cruised to a 64-35 non-conference win over East Buchanan on Tuesday, in the process raising their record to 8-2 heading into Friday night’s

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