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GHS girls qualify for MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships

Gallatin’s girls leapfrogged district champion Brookfield to finish second in Monday’s Class 1 sectional golf tournament held at Kirksville Country Club.

The Lady Bulldogs finished just two strokes behind Macon in 18-hole play and with their second place finish, qualify for next Monday’s MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships to be held on the par 72 Meadow Lake Acres Country Club in New Bloomfield.

Macon, with three individuals finishing in the

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Softball focus switches to post season and D12 Tournament at Galt

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs absorbed the experience of playing against larger schools at Saturday’s Benton Softball Tournament. Unfortunately, they also absorbed four losses.

The Lady Bulldogs are now focused on the Class 1, District 12 Tournament at Grundy County (Galt) High School. Gallatin, the #1 seed, will face the winner of today’s (Wednesday) game between Linn County and Grundy County Thursday at 5 p.m. Second-seeded Green City will play the Meadville

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Benton Tourney, Class 1 District 12 up next for GHS girls


Sami Boyd pitched her final home game for Gallatin on Tuesday.

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs outhit King City on Tuesday but came up on the short end of a 4-2 decision in the final home game of the season.

The Lady Wildkats did all their damage early, scoring twice in each of the first two innings. Lone Lady Bulldog runs came in the third and seventh frames.

Ariel Harris raced to

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Five Alive! GHS golfers move on to sectional round

For the second straight season, Gallatin’s girls have advanced to the MSHAA Class 1 golf sectional round.

The Lady Bulldogs combined for a total of 409 to finish second behind the defending district champion Brookfield girls, who shot 369, 12 strokes better than last year’s winning total. Trenton trailed in third place with a team score of 417.

Megan Cox shot a 21-over par to finish fourth in the individual

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Panthers rip North Shelby, 42-14, for first football victory

North Shelby scored first against Pattonsburg on Friday but it was the Panthers who rattled off four straight touchdowns to take a commanding lead on their way to a 42-14, eight-man football victory.

Pattonsburg, 1-5, returns to Grand River Conference play this Friday at Worth County.

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Dogs dodge upset-minded Wildcats, 14-6, to even record


Chad Walker returned a punt for an apparent touchdown late in the first quarter but a penalty for an illegal block wiped six points off the scoreboard for the Bulldogs.

Gallatin’s 14-6 win over Milan last Friday night might not have been a thing of beauty, but it was a case study in perseverance for the Bulldogs, who overcame penalties and turnovers to even their season record at 3-3.


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Missouri loses heartbreaker to Georgia in SEC opener

For nearly four hours Saturday night in Columbia, Missouri and Georgia battled on Faurot Field. The game unfolded unpredictably, all plot twists and momentum swings and breathtaking plays. Missouri raced to a 10-0 lead, and then the contest featured five lead changes.

The game turned on a 4th-and-10, do-or-die play with Georgia driving deep into Missouri territory. Missouri clung stubbornly to a 27-21 lead with a minute and a half

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Harris burns Albany with ninth-inning, walk-off home run


Catcher Kelsey Maxwell tags out Albany’s Taylor Bain when she tried to score from third base during the Lady Warriors’ four-run fourth inning.

A slow start but fast finish. That was the formula that came through for the Lady Bulldogs as they neared the end of the second hour of action against Albany on Tuesday.

Senior Ariel Harris took a hitter’s pitch, a 3-balls, 1-strike count, and drove it over

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Defense and ground game combine in 50-0 GHS victory over South Harrison

Gallatin’s Bulldogs believe Friday night’s dominating performance against South Harrison is just the beginning of more good things to come.

“There are a lot of positives to take away from the game this week,” says Head Coach Patrick Treece. “First of all, it is nice to get back into the win column, especially in the fashion that we did on Friday night,” he added. “Second, I think the boys gained

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