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GHS softball girls win fourth straight King City Tournament title

softball-king-city-champs-2016Gallatin entered Saturday’s King City Softball Tournament having faced the host team in each of the last four years in the championship game. Not this time.

The Lady Bulldogs had to rally to win one game of the tournament and hold off an opponent’s rally to capture the other, in order to capture their fourth straight tournament title on Saturday.

Meanwhile, rain again threatens to wreck what was supposed to

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Mizzou set to host Georgia at Faurot Field Saturday night

Minutes before Missouri’s home opener against Eastern Michigan began, the pregame intro video quit working, so the giant north end zone video board just cut to a shot of first-year head coach Barry Odom at the entrance tunnel, with his team lined up behind him.

A player at the front of the team held a Missouri state flag out ahead, and Odom clenched a whistle in his mouth and gazed

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GHS junior high bulldogs season underway

jh-softball-teamGallatin’s Junior High Lady Bulldogs opened their fall softball season Tuesday night at home against Maysville, losing 14-2. Team members are, front row from left, Carli Beck, Olivia Woody, Caragan Baker, Maddison Michael and Jenna Rains; second row, Carlie Hogan, Brianna Filley, Hannah Miller and McKinley Waters; back row: Coaches Kayli Johnson and Nicole Curtis. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)


Gallatin’s Junior High football team traveled to Trenton Tuesday night for

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Panthers fall at half time, 72-6

North Andrew scored five times in the first quarter and three times in the second to force the Pattonsburg Panthers out by halftime, 72-6, in eight-man football action Thursday night at PHS.

The Cardinals used three passing touchdowns and a pair of interception returns to build an insurmountable lead in the opening period of the Grand River Conference contest. The lone Panther TD came in the second quarter by way

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GHS golfers run away with Gallatin Invitational title

Gallatin placed four golfers in the top ten in Tuesday’s Gallatin Tournament held at Daviess County Country Club, and in doing so ran away with the team title.

The Lady Bulldogs combined for a total of 401, over 40 strokes better than last year’s second place finish in the same event, and 29 strokes better than runnerup Trenton.

Kaitlyn Bird earned the medalist honor for the Lady Bulldogs, shooting rounds

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Powers puts final touches on 34-13 Wolverine victory


Wyatt Bird tackles Maysville quarterback Kaleb Popplewell for a loss.

Gallatin’s defense kept all-conference running back Troy Powers out of the end zone until four minutes were left in Friday night’s GRC matchup with Maysville. It’s what Powers did in the final minutes that broke the back of a Bulldog rally and sealed a 34-13 Wolverine victory.

The Bulldogs trailed the Wolverines, 20-0, with just over a minute left in

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Lady Bulldogs take two wins into hectic September schedule

Recent rains have put Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs on a tight softball schedule for the rest of the season. Beginning Thursday, Gallatin is scheduled to play five games in the next eight days, including four days in a row starting next Monday.

The Lady Bulldogs experienced an off night on Tuesday against Maysville. The Lady Wolverines more than made up an early three-run deficit, scoring seven runs in the third inning,

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Missouri opens season with loss at West Virginia

Here we go again?

After a 2015 season that saw Missouri struggle to score, the Tigers began the Barry Odom era with a 26-11 loss at West Virginia on Saturday. Missouri (0-1) had mustered just three points until a touchdown in the final two minutes, when the Tigers trailed 26-3 and the game was all-but-over.

Of course, Missouri did seem to at least move the ball better than last year.

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GHS state champion golf team honored with resolution

dennis-state-golf-pixJ. Eggleston, Missouri State Representative, awarded a resolution to the 2015-2016 Gallatin Bulldogs boys golf team honoring their 2016 MSHSAA Class 1 State Golf Championship. Pictured are Wyatt Bird, Jett Simmons, Gabe Cole, Logan Burns, and coach Chad Sullinger. Also on the team was Bradley Rhoades, who is now in college.

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