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GHS Advances to Meet Hornets, Second Time in Two Weeks

Gallatin varsity teams advanced to the semifinal round with victories Monday in the Hamilton Tournament, but neither team found the path to Thursday games an easy one to follow.

Gallatin’s Madison Rounkles sets up for a shot against Lathrop in early action Monday night at the Hamilton Tournament.

The fourth-seeded Lady Bulldogs needed a come-from-behind effort in the fourth quarter to dispatch Lathrop, 41-39. Likewise, the Bulldog boys needed all

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Bulldogs Claim Both JV Tournament Titles

Gallatin junior varsity basketball teams swept through both girls’ and boys’ brackets of the Gallatin JV Tournament last week.

The Lady Bulldogs defeated Trenton for the title, 41-27, after dispatching Maysville, 51-11, in the opener.

Cora Stout led Gallatin with 12 points and Hayley Michael added eight in the title victory over Trenton. Megan Cox canned 10 points and Michael and Maelea Coulson each contributed eight in the first round

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Dogs Claim Ten Wrestling Medals at Brookfield

Despite some lingering injuries, Gallatin wrestlers performed well at Saturday’s Brookfield tournament, which gave wrestlers the chance to compete against opponents with comparable skills and records.

Wrestlers competed in two pools. Pool A was for state medalists, past state qualifiers and others with outstanding records. The top three finishers in Pool A received medals, along with the top two from Pool B.

Earning first place medals in Pool A were

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Lady Bulldog Win Streak Sets Up Showdown in GRC

Gallatin’s girls took a three-game winning streak into the Hamilton Tournament, thanks to victories last week against Trenton and Albany.

Friday’s 57-17 win over Albany lifted the Lady Bulldogs to 3-0 in the conference and sets up a rematch with Braymer next Tuesday at home for the league lead. The Lady Bobcats beat Gallatin by three points in the Gallatin Tournament’s championship game.

Kailey Salmon held the hot hand for

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Missouri Struggling to End Losing Streak

Missouri added to its growing collection of narrow defeats on Saturday, losing 61-60 at home to Arkansas.

It was a fifth straight loss for Missouri (7-12, 1-5 in SEC play through Sunday). If Tiger fans haven’t been numbed by the losing in this rebuilding season, it was perhaps the most stinging defeat yet. Missouri’s Wes Clark, a good free throw shooter who had made a lot of plays on the

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Blasts from the Past

Jan. 26, 2005

The FCCLA Region 2 Officer Screening was held Tuesday at Braymer High School. Katie Patton, Gallatin, was elected Region 2 National Officer candidate. She will now compete in April at State Conference for Missouri’s National Officer candidate.

Ray Depuy of Ireland Adv. and Electric of Chillicothe took 72 hours to do fabrication work in his shop for the new time and temperature sign which now stands on

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Strong Efforts Lead to GRC Sweep of Polo Panthers

Gallatin’s girls, two games removed from the loss of their floor leader, found a new formula Tuesday night with a team effort and a solid 51-35 victory on the road against Polo.

Bailey Maxwell gave the Lady Bulldogs the lead with a coast to coast layup in the first minute of play and dominated the backboards, adding 12 rebounds to her 16 points from the field. She also led her

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Bulldogs Fall to Top-Seeded Cards, 74-59, in Title Game

Harris Cameron gets inside position on Hamilton’s Levi Norris during semifinal action last Thursday in the Lawson Tournament.

Gallatin’s boys played even basketball with top-seeded Lawson for 28 minutes in Saturday night’s championship game of the Lawson Invitational. The only trouble is, they found themselves down, 22-5, after the game’s first four minutes.

A slow start had the Bulldogs playing catch-up ball as they struggled to make a permanent dent

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Host Osborn Upsets Winston for Tourney Title

Winston’s Redbirds got into early foul trouble and the Osborn Wildkats took advantage of that and a home floor advantage to pull off a 66-55 upset in the championship game of the Osborn Tournament on Saturday.

The loss snapped Winston’s 11-game winning streak and sent the Birds to just their second loss of the season.

“Osborn has a solid team and deserved the win over us by how poorly our

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