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Lady Bulldogs Golf

Aug. 25 @ Stanberry

Stanberry         224

Gallatin           234

King City        259

Worth County287

Medalist: Katrina Osborn, Stanberry,48

Runner-up: Olivia Law, KC, 49

GHS Scores:

Kaitlyn Bird    54

Taylor Rardon57

Megan Cox     59

Kelli Lynch     59

Kourtney Bird61

Also participating: Chloe Simmons, Tannah Terry, Cayden Johnson

Aug. 26 @ Lawson

Gallatin           203

Lawson           222

Medalist: Grace Gullum, Lawson, 48

Runner-up: Kourtney Bird, Rardon, 49

Other GHS Scores:

Cox                 51

Ka. Bird         

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GHS Girls Open GRC Play with 11-Run First Inning

Gallatin’s girls broke out the heavy lumber Tuesday night against Maysville, scoring 11 runs in the first inning to win pulling away, 16-4.

The Lady Bulldogs pounded out 12 hits, including two each from Kelsie Huggins, Bailey Maxwell, Sami Boyd and Aubrey Nelson. Boyd and Aubrey Burns each led the way with three runs batted in.

Sara Lin earned the victory on the mound.

The Lady Bulldogs, now 2-1, host

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KC Monarchs Program in Trenton

One of America’s foremost experts on baseball history, and a founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, will be in the area to discuss the history of the Kansas City Monarchs as it relates to Trenton. Phil S. Dixon, of Belton, has included Trenton on a 90-city tour to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Monarchs’ first World Series Championship. Attendees will learn that Trenton has a very rich history 

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Panthers Get First Platte Valley Conference Win

The Pattonsburg Panthers held off DeKalb, 26-20, to take the top spot in the PVC Conference after week two. The Panthers travel to Rosendale to take on the North Andrew Cardinals for a tough game with conference leading implications.

Pattonsburg 26, DeKalb 20

Pattonsburg     6          8          6          6          26

DeKalb            0          6          6          8          20

Scoring Summary

PHS: Peyton Jones 28yd. run (PAT failed).

D: Horr to Marriott 1yd. pass

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Dogs Can’t Match Overstreet’s 376 Yards and Five TDs

The Hamilton Hornets know where to turn when they find themselves in a tight spot. It has worked before. It worked again Friday night.

Leading by only five points with four minutes, thirty seconds left to play, the Hornets were in danger of turning the ball back over to Gallatin on downs. That’s when they called upon a old, reliable number.

With his team facing third down and 10 yards

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Missouri Opens with a Win, Heads to Toledo Next

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri kicked off its season with a 38-18 home win over South Dakota State on Saturday. It was Missouri’s annual game against a Football Championship Subdivision (formerly called I-AA) team. South Dakota State is better than most of the FCS teams Missouri (1-0) has easily rolled through the years, and the Jackrabbits hung around on Saturday afternoon.

South Dakota State answered Missouri’s quick early touchdown with a

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Trenton’s Big Inning Sinks Gallatin in Home Softball Opener

Gallatin shortstop Kelsie Huggins waits to apply the tag to Trenton’s Tenna Roberts. Catcher Bailey Maxwell unleashed a perfect throw to cut down the runner trying to steal second base during Tuesday’s softball opener at GHS.

Trenton’s Lady Bulldogs scored six runs in the top of the sixth inning on their way to an 8-2 victory over Gallatin in Tuesday’s season opener at the GHS field.

Trenton’s outburst broke up

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Dogs Hope Defense Steps Up Against Hornet Juggernaut

One game and one victory down for the Gallatin Bulldogs. Now they must scale the Mt. Olympus of Class 1 football hierarchy.

Gallatin hopes to end a seven-game losing streak to rival Hamilton this Friday, but to do so the Bulldogs will have to limit damage by the Hornet offense, led by all-state senior Kellen Overstreet.

The University of Wyoming-bound runner picked up where he left off from last season=s

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Missouri Opens Season with South Dakota State

by Benjamin Herrold 

Congratulations, college football fans, you’ve made it. This weekend the grand old game returns, bringing back fight songs, gamedays and ancient stadiums packed with familiar colors.

Missouri opens the 2014 campaign, the 89th season for the Tigers at Faurot Field, by hosting the South Dakota State Jackrabbits on Saturday (2:30 p.m. on ESPNU). South Dakota State competes in the Football Championship Subdivision, the lower tier of Division

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