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Five GHS wrestlers ranked in Class 1, team rated 10th

Missouri High School wrestling rankings came out last week and showed five Gallatin Bulldogs ranked in the top six in their respective weight divisions.

Unbeaten freshman Ross Critten is the top ranked wrestler in the Class 1, 106-pound weight class. Critten is coming off a championship showing in the Battle of Lexington.

Caleb Boyd (138), Wyatt Bird (145) and Graydee Rains (195) are all ranked sixth in their respective weight

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GHS girls ride hot start to Hoops win over Carrollton

It was a 19-2 scoring run that doomed Gallatin’s girls last Tuesday night against Trenton. One night later, the Lady Bulldogs used a 19-2 run to bury Carrollton and come away with a 43-21 win in NCMC Holiday Hoops action.

It took Taylor Sloan just four seconds to hit two free throws that staked the Lady Bulldogs to a lead they would never relinquish. Gallatin rolled up a 19-2 lead

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GHS boys look to rebound from third straight loss

Gallatin’s boys aren’t too fond of the number “10” right now, with good reason.

The Bulldogs came up short against Carrollton last Wednesday night in Holiday Hoops action, falling by ten points for the third consecutive outing, this time 67-57.

Gallatin trailed, 9-1, off the opening tipoff and didn’t get back to even with the Trojans until 2:01 of the second quarter. The Bulldogs took their first lead at 2:59

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Bulldogs 4th of 39 teams at Battle of Lexington wrestling tourney

Gallatin wrestlers improved 14 places in a year’s time at the Battle of Lexington Tournament, and did it with essentially the same lineup as a year ago.

Last weekend’s tournament began with icy winter weather and Friday night’s coating on roads, coupled with Saturday’s snow, forced some schools to drop out of the competition.

Led by Ross Critten’s first place finish in the 106-pound weight division, the Bulldogs amassed enough

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Bearcats vs. UNA game was brutal; now on to new coach, new challenges

Editor’s note: This summary of the NCAA Division II national football championship is based on information mostly written by award-winning columnist David Boyce of Bearcatsports.com as well as various other online sources about DII football.

It was brutal. That goes for both the weather and the Bearcats. “Brutal” is the right label for Northwest Missouri State’s 29-3 victory over North Alabama in the 2016 NCAA Division II Championship game Saturday

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Bulldogs drop two to Trenton, back in action tonight at Holiday Hoops

Gallatin’s girls and boys absorbed twin 10-point losses at the hands of the Trenton Bulldogs Tuesday night in GRC East Division action in Trenton.

The GHS Bulldogs turn right around and play tonight against respective Carrollton teams in NCMC Holiday Hoops at the Ketcham Center. The Lady Bulldogs tip off at 7 p.m. with the boys game to follow.

Though they played the opposing Trenton girls much closer than two

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Missouri basketball continues to struggle

So far Missouri has played just the 323rd toughest schedule in Division I college basketball, and the Tigers have managed only a 5-5 record through Sunday.

I could try to push some optimism on you, point out Missouri’s quietly-not-terrible defense, that the Tigers’ most important players are young. But this isn’t really the time for that, not now, not after Missouri’s 67-64 home loss to Eastern Illinois, a team that

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Fourth quarter surge powers GHS girls to 6-1 record


Karley Salmon forces a jump ball on the offensive end during Gallatin’s GRC clash with Putnam County.

Gallatin’s girls survived a couple of rocky stretches but scored 14 straight points in the fourth quarter to beat down the Putnam County Lady Midgets in the Grand River Conference East Division opener for both schools.

The Lady Bulldogs never trailed, but after taking an 11-0 lead off the opening tip, they watched

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