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Unbeaten Stanberry claims third straight GRC boys title

Everything that worked for Gallatin’s boys in the early going of Friday night’s Grand River Conference clash with unbeaten Stanberry, disappeared in the second half.

Colin Beck takes a shove in the back from Stanberry’s Alex McQuinn.

Backed by control of the backboards and pressure defense that held SHS all-stater Alex McQuinn scoreless until the second quarter, Gallatin swept to an 11-0 lead over the #1 ranked team in Class

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2015-16 All-GRC














* Denotes Unanimous Choice

First Team Girls
*Hunter Purdun, Sr., South Harrison
*Ciara Jennings, Sr., South Harrison
Madesen Gage, Sr., Stanberry
Mallory Hughson, Sr., Braymer
Rachel Boucher, Sr., Maysville
Bailey Maxwell, Sr., Gallatin
Brittany Walters, Jr., King City

Second Team Girls
Lily Osborn, Fr., Stanberry
Madison Mallory, Sr., Braymer
Carley Wilhelm, So., South Harrison
Jade Hahn, Sr.,

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Critten, McLey pick up first state wrestling medals

Gallatin Bulldog wrestlers won a total of ten matches over the weekend in the MSHSAA Class 1 Wrestling Championships and came home with a pair of medals.

Rian Critten won his final match of the season and earned a fifth place state medal in the 126-pound class.

Sophomore Rian Critten and junior Michael McLey each battled back in the wrestleback rounds to garner state hardware. Critten  rebounded from a first

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Missouri earns another home win, but road losing streak reaches 24

by Benjamin Herrold

Mizzou basketball earned an impressive 72-67 win over South Carolina last week, giving second-year head coach Kim Anderson his first back-to-back SEC wins, but then followed with another listless road loss, 84-72 at Arkansas.

Arkansas (13-14, 6-8 in SEC play through Sunday) entered the game with a modest 12-14 record, and in this rebuilding season the normally ferocious crowd at Bud Walton Arena was a little less

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PHS grad to compete in Hannibal-LaGrange track and field

Carl Parman, a graduate of Pattonsburg High School, has signed a letter of intent to participate in track next year at Hannibal-LaGrange Univsersity.

Parman, the son of Vernon and Valerie Parman, is transferring from Peru State University. He will be a thrower for the HLGU and is planning to major in physical eduation.

“Carl will create depth in our growing throws team,” said throws coach Carissa Eichmeyer. “We are excited

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 Friday’s Bulldog showdown to decide GRC title

Gallatin’s boys defeated Princeton, 63-40, Tuesday night to set up Friday’s home clash with unbeaten and state ranked (#1 in Class 1) Stanberry. On the line for Gallatin is a share of the Grand River Conference crown.

Stanberry, which lost to Winston in last year’s state quarterfinal round, has barely been tested this season in notching 23 wins. The Bulldogs feature a good mix of height, depth and ball-handling ability.

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GHS girls looking to finish GRC strong vs. Stanberry

Gallatin’s girls may be out of the Grand River Conference title race but there’s still plenty to play for this Friday night against visiting Stanberry.

The Lady Bulldogs, coming off Tuesday’s 63-25 victory over Princeton, are hovering around the .500 mark and can likely finish in a tie for second place in the conference with a win this Friday against Stanberry.

Both Stanberry and Braymer are currently one game ahead

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 Five Bulldogs qualify for state wrestling

Gallatin High School wrestlers gained five berths in this weekend’s MSHSAA Wrestling Championships to be held on the University of Missouri campus. The Bulldogs came back from Saturday’s Class 1, District 4 Tournament with one second place finish and four third place medals.

Representing Gallatin at this weekend’s MSHSAA Wrestling Championships will be, front row, from left: Wyatt Bird and Rian Critten; back row: Graydee Rains, Michael McLey and Caleb

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R-5 names new football coach

Gallatin R-5 teacher and coach, Patrick Treece, has been named the new head varsity football coach and head of weight training for the Bulldogs, beginning next season.

Treece will follow Kevin Gundy, who is retiring this spring from teaching and coaching.

Treece is currently in his second year at Gallatin High School, where he is a full time substitute teacher. He has been an assistant varsity football coach two years.

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