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GHS Boys Win South Harrison Relays, Five Event Victories

Gallatin’s boys cashed in on five event victories Thursday night (April 30) to win the South Harrison Relays over the host team. The GHS Bulldogs amassed 125 points in 14 events to top South Harrison’s runnerup total of 117.50.

Event winners for the Bulldogs were Jacob Boyd in the 400-meter dash and triple jump, Trystan Sunby, pole vault; Harris Cameron, discuss; and the 4×400-meter relay team of Sunby, Boyd, Chad

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Blasts from the Past

May 4, 2005

The Missouri House of Representatives honored Johnathan and Phillip Arnold last week as “Outstanding Missourians.” They are the sons of Linda and Mike Arnold, Gallatin. Third District Rep. Jim Whorton nominated the brothers for the award upon the recommendation of the Daviess County Commission for the successful establishment of a restored Civil War canon and Veteran’s Walk of Honor on the county’s courthouse lawn.

Eugene McNeely recently

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Bulldog Golfers Finish Sweep with Conference JV Title

One day after Gallatin’s varsity golf team brought home a Grand River Conference championship, the Bulldog junior varsity unit did the same.

Wyatt Bird and Kase Critten finished one and two in the individual race for the medalist award to lead Gallatin to a first place finish in the conference meet held in Bethany. Bird shot the low score of 46 and Critten finished with a 49 to lead a

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Shoot Fire at the City Park, Range Site Selected

July 4 heating up

Corey and Alicia Endicott with the Daviess County Knee-Hi 4-H Club gave a presentation on the proposed new archery range during a meeting of the Dockery Park Board held on April 24. Advantages and disadvantages of two sites were discussed and the board agreed to place the range below the pond dam. Construction should begin soon. Grant money for equipment and range development in the amount

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Bulldogs Demolish GRC Field for Third Straight Golf Title

Gallatin varsity golfers didn’t just win the Grand River Conference on Monday. They trounced the remaining seven-team field in winning their third straight league title and ninth in school history.

Gallatin’s dominance showed in the awards ceremony. Jett Simmons took the GRC medalist honor with an 18-hole round of 71, one over par and six strokes better than teammate Logan Burns, who finished second. Grant Simmons placed third with a

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Crouse Leads Teams to Ozark Region Championship

Kirby is second from right.

The Missouri Valley College Rodeo teams completed their regular season over the weekend at the Northwest Mississippi Community College rodeo with the women’s team, led by Freshman Kirby Crouse of Gallatin, claiming its first Ozark Region championship. Kirby placed third in the women’s all-around standings, seventh in breakaway roping, and fifth in goat tying. The women’s team is ranked 15th in the national standings.


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Sunby Sets Personal Best Pole Vault

Varsity girls’ relay breaks 11-minute mark

Tuesday, April 21, turned out to be a notable day for Gallatin varsity track. Trystan Sunby set a personal best in the pole vault at 12’9”. The Lady Bulldog 4×800-meter relay team of Madison Rounkles, Kylie Jeffers, Hayley Michael and Kailey Salmon defeated Jefferson and broke the 11-minute barrier.

The Bulldog 4×800-meter relay ran 9:03.61 to take first with the quartet of Braydon Walker,

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Junior High, Trenton MS Relays

4/21/15 results

Boys high jump: Cy Uthe (W), 7th. Boys pole vault: John Gibson (G), 1st, 8-0 (personal best); Tayton Terry (G), 6th, 6-6 (personal best). Girls long jump: Bethany Bailey (G), 11th; Jessie Becerra (G), 17th; Sophie Pliley (W), 18th; Makayla Williamson (W), 21st. Boys long jump: Ross Nelson (W), 7th; Aidan Adkison

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Access II 5K Color Run Set for May 16

Brandy Gannan, left, and Peggy Simmons.

Peggy Simmons, store manager representing the Shopko Foundation, presented Brandy Gannan, program manager representing Access II Independent Living Center, with a $250 check to benefit their annual 5K Color Run fundraiser event on Saturday, May 16, in Gallatin.

All proceeds from the Color Run benefit Access II’s special projects for individuals with disabilities in our community. The race is a 5K-3.1 mile loop course

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