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Missouri hires Martin as new head basketball coach

By Benjamin Herrold

Last week, after a highly anticipated search, Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk named Cuonzo Martin the next head basketball coach of the Tigers.

Martin, who had been the coach at California for three seasons, is from East St. Louis and coached at Missouri State, so he has some local ties.

One of the key reasons Martin was hired was the hope that he could recruit well, especially

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Two from Gallatin help collision tech class win prestigious award

Micheal McLey is the son of David and Diane McLey. Chad Walker is the son of Brian and Kelly Walker and Carrie Walker.

Two Gallatin R-5 seniors, Chad Walker and Micheal McLey, were part of a collision tech team at Grand River Technical School in Chillicothe, which earned top honors in a pedal car competition held Friday through Sunday, Feb. 10-12, at World of Wheels auto show at Bartle Hall

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Deer workshop in Princeton

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will host a free White-tailed Deer Management Workshop 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at the Country Wood banquet facility, 707 Grant St., in Princeton. This is a chance for landowners and property managers to learn about ways to boost white-tailed deer on their land.

Jason Severe, MDC resource forester, will discuss woodland management for deer. Conservation Agent Jim Palmer will talk about

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Anderson steps down as Missouri coach, search for new coach officially begins

By Benjamin Herrold

On Sunday, Missouri’s athletic department made official what fans had long suspected, announcing that basketball coach Kim Anderson had been asked to step down after three seasons at the helm.

It felt inevitable for much of this dismal season, but it was still a sad day. This was Anderson’s dream job, he was a tremendous player at Missouri, and he is by all accounts a very nice

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Class 2, District 16 All-District Players

Hayley Michael, District 16 2nd Team

Taylor Sloan, District 16 2nd Team

Karley Salmon, District 16 1st Team

First Team Girls

Jill Rumpf……..Mid-Buchanan

Jacie Barber……..Mid-Buchanan

Karley Salmon……..Gallatin

Hanna Williams……..Plattsburg

Lily Osborn……..Stanberry

Second Team Girls

Brylee Kemper……..Mid-Buchanan

Hayley Michael……..Gallatin

Taylor Sloan……..Gallatin

Kelsie Lewis……..Plattsburg

Madi Sager……..Stanberry

Jaycee Graves……..East Atchison

Also Receiving Votes

Cora Stout……..Gallatin

Jett Simmons, District 16 1st Team

First Team Boys

Hunter Skaggs……..Mid-Buchanan

Brad Hailey……..Stanberry

Cole Craig……..Stanberry

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Stanberry closes out 51-49 semifinal win and Gallatin’s 20-7 season

Gallatin’s girls forced Stanberry to the foul line in the closing 1:30 of Wednesday night’s Class 2, District 16 semifinal, and the black and gold Lady Bulldogs responded.

Stanberry’s Lady Bulldogs were able to ice a 51-49 victory by using the clock to their advantage and by hitting seven of eight free throws down the stretch.

Stanberry held  a 50-46 lead with 23 seconds left after GHS senior Taylor Sloan

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Bobcats turn the tables on Redbirds with 55-43 district championship upset

Cy Uthe attempts a hook shot over Bobcat 6’6” forward Austin Hall.

Seniors depart with 107-9 career record

Many of the things that made the Winston Redbirds so successful on the basketball court seemed to desert them on Saturday, but give the Braymer Bobcats much of the credit for pulling off a 55-43 upset of the previously unbeaten Redbirds, by executing those same tactics that made Winston one of the

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Tigers lose a close one on the road, nearing season’s end

By Benjamin Herrold

With 3:11 to go in Missouri’s game at Ole Miss on Saturday, Cullen VanLeer splashed home two technical foul free throws to give the Tigers a one-point lead. Missouri’s three-year road losing streak was in serious jeopardy.

Of course, many scarred Tiger fans probably just wondered how they’d lose this time, a kind of James Bond great escape in reverse; the drama isn’t in the outcome, but

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Rough Saturday ends with four GHS state wrestling medals

Drayton Harris, Class 1, sixth place

To say Saturday’s state wrestling competition started badly for Gallatin may be an understatement.

Despite an injury and only one win in eight matches on the final day of Class 1 competition, Bulldog wrestlers came home with four state medals.

Gallatin’s 2017 state tournament closed with a fourth place medal for sophomore Graydee Rains and sixth place medals for freshmen Ross Critten and Drayton

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