Yogi Berra would call it déjà vu all over again.
Gallatin led North Platte, 21-0, Friday night before a rain and lightning storm forced postponement of
Twenty-three schools sending to GRC ranks
When discussing prospects for Gallatin’s upcoming high school football season, the topic of who the Bulldogs will play may be just as compelling as the one concerning who will fill out roster spots.
A February, 2015, vote by Grand River Conference school officials provided a major shakeup of the league, the biggest, in fact, since the league’s formation in 1930. With the addition of
Gallatin Lady Bulldog golf coach Cindy Boles is enjoying a luxury that few coaches get to experience in any sport.
Boles, long time girls’ golf coach at GHS, welcomes back all eight golfers from last season’s squad that finished 9-0 in match play, runnerup in the Grand River Conference and second in Class 1, District 7.
Four returning golfers finished in the top 20 at district and two of those
The Lady Bulldogs once again plan on being in the thick of the conference race after winning outright titles in 2013 and 2015, while sharing the crown in 2014. Gallatin has won at least a share of five of the last ten GRC softball titles and six of the last twelve since 2004.
Although five starters return, if the Lady Bulldogs are to contend for a GRC title and post
Lady Bulldog golfers hit the links first when they travel to Stanberry on Monday, Sept. 22. The Lady Bulldog softball team travels to Milan this Friday for a jamboree that also includes the host school, Princeton and Scotland County. Gallatin’s softball season opens
North Central Missouri College has selected Hamilton, Mo. native and 2004 Penney High School graduate Jeremy Esry to fill the vacancy of Head Men’s Basketball Coach, open after Steve Richman moved to head women’s softball coach.
Jeremy received his Associate in Arts from NCMC and during his time, played men’s basketball. Jeremy continued his education at Central Methodist University, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing with a minor
Fall varsity sports practices at Gallatin High School for athletes participating in football, softball and girls golf begin Monday, Aug. 1 at their respective venues.
Golf Coach Cindy Boles has announced that girls golf practice will be held at 5 p.m. on Monday. Participants must have a signed physical before being allowed to participate and they are asked to bring their golf clubs on the first day.
Girls softball starts
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