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Garnett Ties for 30th Place at Colonial

Gallatin’s Brice Garnett basked in the spotlight of last weekend’s Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas, and had local followers burning up Facebook with congratulations and well wishes.

Garnett shot an even par 70 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 30th place in the tournament, but he gained international notoriety over the course of the event’s first two days. Garnett shot 67

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MSHSAA Track and Field Event Awaits 12 Area Athletes

McNeely sets PV mark

An overall successful day on Saturday translated into 12 area Class 1 and 2 athletes qualifying for this weekend’s state track meet in ten events.

Gallatin exited last Saturday’s Class 2 sectional at Kearney High School with three first place finishes, four third place honors and one fourth place finish from the field of individuals from 34 schools. All GHS athletes improved on times and distances

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Bulldogs Fail in Trophy Hunt at State Golf Tournament

Gallatin’s conference, district and sectional champion golfers found the road to a Class 1 state trophy a rocky one, failing to move up from last season’s fifth place finish into the top four teams.

The Bulldogs, who entered the state tournament with high hopes for an award handed out to the top four teams, finished ninth out of nine teams participating in the Class 1 event held in Springfield. Gallatin’s

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Garnett Shoots 3-Under Par for 29th Place Tie

Brice Garnett of Gallatin shot even par in Sunday’s final round of the prestigious HP Byron Nelson Championship to finish in a tie for 29th place out of nearly 175 golfers who started the tournament on Thursday.

Garnett shot rounds of 69 and 70 to open the tournament and put himself in line for a solid finish with a two-under par round of 68 on Saturday. Sunday’s round included

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Blasts from the Past

May 19, 2004

Leading the GHS Class of 2004 during graduation ceremonies were Valedictorian Keira Story, daughter of Dr. Eugene and Mary Jane Story, and Salutatorian Cori Nichols, daughter of Doug and Jackie Nichols.

Haleigh Tague was named the winner of the Gilmore Award and Katie Heldenbrand earned the John Philip Sousa Award at the annual Gallatin High School music awards banquet.

Richie McLey and Melanie Jones were crowned Prom

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Spring Sports Athletes Honored at GHS Banquet

Gallatin R-5 athletes, parents and friends capped a special year in athletic accomplishments last Wednesday night at the GHS Spring Sports awards ceremony.

R-5 Athletic Director Rick Lin emceed the event, which saluted athletes in boys golf, girls and boys track and field.

Head golf coach Barron Gann reviewed the season through the sectional tournament. The Bulldogs finished 17-1 in non-tournament competition, with their only loss coming to Mid-Buchanan by

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Squirrel Season Opens May 24

Missouri’s squirrel season opens on the fourth Saturday in May each year, this year falling on the 24th. Squirrel hunting regulations remain unchanged from last year, with a daily limit of 10 and a possession limit of 20 fox or gray squirrels in the aggregate. Hunters can pursue squirrels from May 24 through Feb. 15, 2015, with rifles, shotguns, archery equipment, or atlatls. See mdc.mo.gov for more information about squirrel

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Winston Floor Boards Priced

The Winston Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be selling pieces of the gym floor that is being removed for $10 for a 9″ by 2″ single board, $25 for a one square foot of floor (1’x1’), and $50 for a four square foot of floor (2’x2’). Prices for all other sizes are available upon request. Please contact Tim Harding at tharding@winston.k12.mo.us if you are interested.

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2014 Spring Turkey Harvest Up for Third Year in a Row

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Daviess County harvested 402 total turkeys during Missouri’s regular spring turkey season April 21 through May 11. Hunters took 331 adult gobbler; 0 adult hen; 69 juvenile gobbler; 0 juvenile hen; and two bearded hen.

Harvest numbers reflect favorable weather and improved turkey production. Hunters posted the third spring turkey harvest increase in a row, bettering last year’s number by more than 1,000 birds.

Hunters checked 43,273

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