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  1. Final from Warsaw. Sophomore Kellen Dossett connected on 8 first half three pointers and scored 26 by halftime. Dossett finished with a career high 28. Freshman Kandyn Beckham hit 3 from beyond the arc and finished with 11 points. Ashton Gullion contributed 7 points, 6 rebounds, and 7 assists. Gallatin made 16 of 40 three pointers to run their record to 10 wins and 5 losses.
  2. Final from Eminence in the 8th Region All A semifinals. Gallatin (8-4) advances to Saturday’s championship game against Walton-Verona at 5:00. Senior Drake Skidmore hit 8 of 13 from beyond the arc and finished with 28 points. Zac Johnson came off the bench to score 16 points. Kellen Dossett added 9 points and 9 assists and Ashton Gullion contributed 6 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds.
  3. Final from Warsaw in Saturday afternoon action. The Bearcats stormed from 18 points down (44-26) midway through the third quarter to within one point three times in the final minute. Gallatin (4-3) survived when Anderson missed a 3 in the final seconds and the follow shot rolled off the rim as time expired. Sophomore Kellen Dossett led the Wildcats with 19 points. Drake Skidmore scored 19, Logan Riddle had 13, and Mason Arnold had 11 points and 14 rebounds.
  4. The Wildcats scored the first 18 points and cruised to the victory. Five Wildcats scored in double figures. Kellen Dossett scored 13 to go along with 6 assists and Mason Arnold had 12 and 11 rebounds. Kasen Baker scored 11 and Logan Riddle and Zac Johnson added 10 apiece. Trimble was without the services of James Thomas Wilcoxsen, who is nursing an injury.
  5. Final from Warsaw. Neither team had a lead of more than 4 points through 3 quarters as Gallatin took a 36-35 lead to the fourth. Owen took advantage of Wildcat turnovers early in the fourth to grab a 50-40 lead with under 4:00 remaining. Gallatin rallied to within 3 points late, but Owen held on for the 57-54 victory. Unofficially, Teagan Moore led the Rebels with 34 points. Brad Ward added 11. Gallatin once again had balanced scoring. Zac Johnson had 14, Kellen Dossett 13, and Logan Riddle 11.
  6. Mason Arnold and Kellen Dossett scored 16 points apiece and Arnold grabbed 11 rebounds.
  7. Final from Warsaw. Very entertaining game tonight that saw Gallatin battle through serious foul trouble. The Bearcats led 38-34 at halftime and tried to pull away in the second half. Gallatin trailed 76-71 with two minutes to play, but WV hit their free throws down the stretch to claim the victory.
  8. After 27 seasons and 455 victories Jon Jones has stepped down as the Wildcat head coach. Vance Sullivan has been promoted from JV coach to the head coaching position.
  9. Just announced all home games will begin at 6:40 in 2022.
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