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Missouri Caps Season with NIT Appearance

by Benjamin Herrold 

Missouri’s NCAA Tournament hopes were dashed for good in Atlanta last Friday, when the Tigers fell 72-49 to Florida in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals.

Missouri (22-11) hung tough with the No. 1 Gators for about 30 minutes, but Florida pulled away in the final 10 minutes. The game came the day after Missouri’s double overtime win against Texas A&M. Missouri’s loss to Florida was a nice effort,

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Blasts from the Past

March 17, 2004

Rochelle Davitt, a 2001 Gallatin High School graduate, was among four Peru State College basketball players who recently earned Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference recognition. Davitt was recognized as an honorable mention pick on the women’s list after averaging 11.3 points and 7.4 rebounds per game.

Gallatin’s boys got that old Missouri Western monkey off their backs last Wednesday night with a 29-28 victory over West Platte in

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Winston Takes Second in Tournament


In the Pattonsburg 5th/6th grade tournament Friday night the Winston Red Bird girls lost to Gallatin in the Championship game. The girls’ team earned 2nd place in the tournament. Front: Kathryn Barnes, Holly Caldwell, Back: Coach Caitlin Streck, Hannah Hullinger, Skye Uthe, Teagan Caldwell, Makayla Williamson. [Submitted Photo]

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North Platte Trips Gallatin

In Bid for Class 2 quarterfinal berth

Trying to prolong one of the best GHS girls’ basketball seasons in program history, the Lady Bulldogs came up short in a bid to make this Saturday’s Class 2 quarterfinal round.

North Platte fought back from a seven-point, second quarter deficit to win pulling away, 68-40, in last Wednesday’s sectional game held at Staley High School. It was an off-night for the Lady

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Missouri Limps into SEC Tournament

by Benjamin Herrold

What are your expectations for the Missouri Tigers basketball program?

It’s a fair question to ask in light of Missouri’s fading season, one that now appears will not end in the NCAA Tournament after Tennessee hammered the Tigers 72-45.

Whatever the fans want, last Saturday’s shellacking in Knoxville certainly wasn’t it. It was a huge game for both teams and their NCAA Tournament hopes, and Tennessee simply

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Blasts from the Past

March 10, 2004

Emilee Minnick, 13, Lock Springs, daughter of Ron and Pam Minnick, is cast as Cobweb, one of 17 under contract as performing soloists in the Lyric Opera Theater of Kansas City’s performance of Benjamin Britten’s “A Mid-summer Night’s Dream.” Emilee will be a soloist as well as a member of the youth “fairy” chorus.

Gallatin R-5 seventh grader Courtney Ray took first place at the Missouri Council

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Gallatin Advances to Sectional with 46-39 Win Over Maysville

Gallatin Head Girls Coach Rick Lin called it “winning ugly.” It’s hard to argue with the facts.

Gallatin’s girls came away with a 46-39 Class 2, District 16 championship win over Maysville but not before committing an uncharacteristic 17 turnovers, 10 in the first half, in their biggest game of the season.

If many of Gallatin’s mistakes were of the unforced, nervous variety, the same can’t be said for Maysville.

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Missouri Closes Regular Season with Big Win

by Benjamin Herrold 

Nearing the end of season that has seen Missouri’s fortunes ebb and flow on a weekly basis, the season has been distilled to one tough road game and the SEC Tournament for the Tigers to make their final case for inclusion in the NCAA Tournament.

Missouri (20-9, 8-8 in SEC play through Sunday) begins the week right on the brink of making the tournament, either just out

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PHS Girls Fall to North Andrew in D14 Championship Tilt

Pattonsburg’s Lady Panthers fell behind early and could not recover from a cold start as North Andrew claimed the Class 1, District 14 title with an 80-64 win.

The Lady Cards never trailed in the contest. North Andrew’s full court zone press notched six turnovers in the opening quarter and helped the winners build a 21-2 lead off the opening tip. The Lady Panthers turned the ball over 12 times

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