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Bundy, Stanley Make GHS Wrestling History with State Titles

Friends. Classmates. History-makers.

Jesse Bundy and Michael Stanley have wrestled together, and against each other in practices, for three years.

Together, on Saturday night, in back-to-back matches, they became just the second and third state champions in the history of Gallatin High School wrestling.

“Jesse and Michael have pushed each other all year and it paid off this weekend,” said a proud head coach Barron Gann.

The weekend’s MSHSAA Class

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Monday’s Upsets Reshape Girls’ District Bracket

Monday night turned out to be upset night at the Class 2, District 16 Tournament held at Albany High School, and Gallatin’s girls saw their season come to an abrupt halt.

Fifth-seeded Polo made up a 12-point half time deficit on the strength of a 19-5 third quarter surge that carried the Lady Panthers to a 60-59 win over the #4 Lady Bulldogs.

A bucket by Kailey Salmon gave Gallatin

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GRC Membership to 15; Meeting Could Decide Divisions

One day after Milan school officials announced they have accepted an offer to join the Grand River Conference, Putnam County High School officials have announced the intention of moving to the league, bringing the GRC membership for 2016-2017 to 15 schools.

With the addition of Milan and Putnam County, both former Tri-Rivers Conference members, to the GRC, a revision of the two-division structure adopted at a Feb. 6 meeting will

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The GRC Has Seen Many Members Since Formation in 1930

Sports Editor’s note: The following story, detailing the early history of the Grand River Conference, appeared in the 1982 football preview special section that was a supplement to what were then nine weekly newspapers in the GRC coverage area.

It could have been the EverReady Conference, the Big High Conference, the Jefferson Hi-Way Athletic Conference, the Blue Grass Conference, or even the Pine to Palm Conference. Even Little Six Conference

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GHS Team Split with Stanberry

Gallatin’s girls wrapped up Grand River Conference play last Friday night with a 61-44 victory over Stanberry that produced a 7-2 finish in league play and 17-8 record heading into this week’s district tournament.

Madison Rounkles notched a career high 17 points for Gallatin on 8-of-10 shooting from the field. She also registered a team-high three steals along with Taylor Sloan.

Kailey Salmon scored 14 points in her final GRC

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Missouri Sets Program Record for Losing Streak

by Benjamin Herrold

For any Missouri fans thinking this season couldn’t get worse, the Tigers offered a forceful rebuttal last Saturday, getting drubbed 76-53 at lowly Vanderbilt in Nashville.

Missouri (7-20, 1-13 in SEC through Sunday) set the program record with its 13th straight loss. It was a blowout even though Vanderbilt (15-12, 5-9 in SEC) is a lower-tier SEC team. The Commodores entered the game in a three-way

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School Changes Due to Weather

*NO Gallatin JV games for girls or boys tonight (2/20). Varsity girls game begins at 4:30, with varsity boys following.

*This evening’s Tri-County varsity BB game at Union Star has been cancelled.

*Tomorrow’s (2/21) Maryville band competition for GJH has been cancelled because of the expected weather.
*The 5th grade Gallatin boys’ basketball team will NOT have a game tomorrow.
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Six Bulldogs Join the Hunt for State Wrestling Medals

Gallatin R-5 wrestlers crowned their success at Saturday’s district tournament with a third place team finish and six qualifiers for this weekend’s MSHSAA Class 1 State Wrestling Championships in Columbia.

Gallatin sends six wrestlers to state, front row, from left: Caleb Michael, Rian Critten and Wyatt Bird; back row: Jesse Bundy, Michael Stanley and Trystan Sunby.

Gallatin’s sixpack includes four state veterans, Wyatt Bird, Trystan Sunby, Jesse Bundy and Michael

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P’burg Girls, Winston Boys Earn Top District Seeds

Pattonsburg’s 15-6 girls and Winston’s 20-2 boys have earned the top seeds in the Class 1, District 14 Tournament to be held next week at Pattonsburg High School.

The Lady Panthers will take on Union Star, 2-17, at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Winston’s girls, 12-9, will follow at 5:50 p.m. against St. Joseph Christian, 4-15.

Winston’s boys will attempt to advance at 4:30 p.m. on Monday against 0-19 Union Star.

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