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Missouri ends season with comeback win against Arkansas

After a cloudy, chilly morning and early afternoon, the sun at last peeked through in the second half of Missouri’s Friday after Thanksgiving home game with Arkansas. Likewise, Missouri’s come-from-way-behind 28-24 win provided a ray of sunshine to close a generally dreary season.

It represented the best win of the year for Missouri (4-8, 2-6 in SEC play). It’s a fairly short list, but Arkansas (7-5, 3-5 in SEC) is

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Tops seeds all advance easily in early GIT action

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Freshman Dylan Burns captures a rebound for Gallatin during Tuesday night’s 49-39 GHS win over the Maysville Wolverines.

The opening round of the 40th Annual Gallatin Invitational Tournament held no surprises or shocks for the event’s top seeded teams. None of the eight first round contests ended with less than a double digit scoring difference between winner and loser.

Trenton’s top-seeded girls and Gallatin’s second-seeded Lady Bulldogs each advanced easily

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Informational meeting scheduled for Holiday Hoops volunteers

With High School Hoops just around the corner, plans for a training meeting for volunteers and the solicitation of more volunteers is underway. Games begin Dec. 16 and action continues through Dec. 31 with over 300 volunteers needed to assist with the 12th annual event.

A special meeting has been scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 11, in the Ketcham Community Center. The hour-long training will begin at 2 p.m. and all

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Bulldog wrestlers defeat rival Wolverines in Tuesday’s opener

Gallatin varsity wrestlers opened their season Tuesday with a solid, 51-26 victory over rival Maysville. The Bulldogs won five contested matches against the Wolverines and added four forfeits to their scoring total.

Michael McLey started the matchup off for Gallatin with a win by fall over Michael Saucedo in the 285-pound weight class. Ross Critten, 106, and Ayden Wayne, 113, each won by forfeit to push Gallatin out to an

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Tigers lose big on Rocky Top, host Arkansas in finale

By: Benjamin Herrold

For three quarters Missouri hung tough at Tennessee, trading touchdowns in an offense-dominated game. But in the fourth quarter the Tigers (3-8, 1-6 in SEC play) buckled, and the Volunteers rapidly turned the game into a blowout. By the end of the game, Missouri had lost 63-37.

Missouri had shown modest progress, looking competitive in a road loss at South Carolina and beating Vanderbilt. The Tigers kept

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East beats West in GRC interdivision opener

Grand River Conference East met GRC West Tuesday night and East member Gallatin swept season-opening games against visiting Pattonsburg.

The Lady Bulldogs dominated completely, rolling up a 21-0 first quarter lead on their way to a 47-16 victory. Gallatin’s first five baskets came from five different players and that set the tone for the Lady Bulldogs’ runaway win as Coach Chad Sullenger was able to substitute freely and get a

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Gallatin Middle School Wrestling Team

Front row, from left: Brantley Burns, Harley Haley, Ty Becker, Macormick Steele and Reggie Arnold; second row: Draygan Schweizer, Caleb Agcopra, Jacob Maize and Dyson Fry; back row: Coach Zach Morrison, Gage Wright, Jonathan Carder and Coach Tim Michener

Front row, from left: Brantley Burns, Harley Haley, Ty Becker, Macormick Steele and Reggie Arnold; second row: Draygan Schweizer, Caleb Agcopra, Jacob Maize and Dyson Fry; back row: Coach Zach Morrison, Gage Wright, Jonathan Carder and Coach Tim Michener

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Middle School boys third at Princeton Tournament

Front row, from left: Jace Holcomb, Johnny Stout, Allen Dutro and Hayden Jumps; second row: Rope Smyser, Korben Mehlberg and Luke Fisher; back row: Coach Zach Johnson, Greggory Fisher, Calvin Grady, Brinley Vandiver, Gabe Green, Burke Dalton, Jagger Gray and Coach Kayli Johnson. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

Front row, from left: Jace Holcomb, Johnny Stout, Allen Dutro and Hayden Jumps; second row: Rope Smyser, Korben Mehlberg and Luke Fisher; back row: Coach Zach Johnson, Greggory Fisher, Calvin Grady, Brinley Vandiver, Gabe Green, Burke Dalton, Jagger Gray and Coach Kayli Johnson. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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Middle School girls win Princeton Tournament

Gallatin’s Middle School girls basketball team defeated South Harrison, 26-24, to capture first place last Thursday in the Princeton Tournament.

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Front row, from left: Claire Hemry, Maddison Michael, Riley Dutro, Caragan Baker and Carli Beck; second row: Amelie Dutro, Hailey Holcomb, Cassie Livick, Ali Baker, Olivia Woody and Makayla Rainey; back row: Coach Cindy Boles, Karley Roe, Libby Wilson, Taylor Hoover, Libby Endicott, Hannah Miller, Brianna Filley, Cidnee Toney, Kyrsten

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