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Lady Hawks win with 73% success at the foul line

In a meeting of second and third place teams from the Gallatin Invitational, it was the Gilman City Lady Hawks who prevailed in a tight non-conference tilt Tuesday night.

The Lady Hawks hit 14 of 19 free throws, including eight of 11 down the stretch to defeat Gallatin, 47-42, in a game in which the Lady Bulldogs never led after the opening quarter.

Gilman City led by as many as

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Redbirds hold off Trenton in OT for first GIT title since 1996

For the second year in a row, Winston’s boys defeated Trenton for Gallatin Invitational hardware. This time,

Winston’s Craig Lewis glides in all alone for a layup in Saturday’s championship game

though, it was for a much bigger prize.

Craig Lewis drove the lane as time expired in overtime and hit a layup that gave the Redbirds a 69-67 victory over Trenton in Saturday’s championship game of the 39th

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Trenton girls lead from start to finish, beat GHS girls 46-32 in GIT

Tristyn Siegel finds her path to the basket blocked by Trenton’s Daryian Otto in the girls championship game.

Trenton’s top-seeded girls pulled away from Gallatin in the second half on their way to a 46-32 victory and third Gallatin Invitational Tournament title in the last three years.

Trenton jumped out to a 12-3 lead but Gallatin chipped away, despite never holding an advantage in the game. Aubrey Burns drove the

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Lady Hawks take 3rd in GIT

Gilman City’s girls came on strong in the second half to put away Winston in Saturday’s Gallatin Invitational Tournament third place game. The Lady Hawks tallied 14 second half field goals to four by the Lady Redbirds in a 60-24 decision.

Lady Hawks all-tournament reps Joslyn Newton and Hailey Burrows combined for 38 points to lead the victors. Newton scored 16 of her game-high 23 points in the second half.

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MU names football head coach

by Benjamin Herrold

Last week Missouri named defensive coordinator Barry Odom to replace Gary Pinkel as its head football coach.

Georgia hired alum Kirby Smart and South Carolina hired Will Muschamp, so all three SEC East head coach openings were filled with defensive coordinators.

As with most new things, there is a mix of excitement and concern about the new, unknown era lying ahead. It’s still a little hard to

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GIT opens with two upsets in girls’ bracket

Taylor Sloan leaps above Polo defenders to grab an offensive rebound early in Gallatin’s 58-8 victory over the Lady Panthers on Tuesday.

It didn’t take long for the first upset to materialize in the 39th Annual Gallatin Invitational Tournament.

Winston’s #6 girls upended #3 Maysville, 39-33, to score big in Monday’s first round action. Two hours later, Gilman City’s #5 ranked girls took down #4 Braymer, 51-43, to complete

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MU ends season with loss at Arkansas

by Benjamin Herrold

The rain fell relentlessly from the gray Arkansas sky on Black Friday, stinging and cold as it pelted Missouri fans in coats and ponchos tucked into the visitors section of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Ozark Mountains stretched out in a dramatic, cloudy view from the upper deck. In the distance, a road stretched far to the horizon.

Down on the field, the road ended for

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Trenton girls, Winston boys grab top seeds in 39th Gallatin Invitational

Trenton’s girls and Winston’s boys have been awarded the top seeds in the 39th Annual Gallatin Invitational Basketball Tournament, which tips off next Monday night, but both girls and boys brackets promise upset potential.

It’s not every year that the GIT features a state tournament finalist, but this year’s event provides that and a state sectional qualifier on the boys’ side. Four of last year’s all-tournament boys are back

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Strong post play fuels Panther, Bulldog split

Tuesday night’s basketball season openers for Gallatin and Pattonsburg may have been less about winning and more about finding out where players stand in the pecking order of starting rotations.

Gallatin’s Bailey Maxwell and Pattonsburg’s Katie Warford battle for a loose ball during opening action Tuesday night in Pattonsburg.

Gallatin girls and boys teams went deep into their benches but only the Bulldog boys escaped the Panther dome with a

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