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Blair-Taylor’s Cain Fremstad broke into the open field for a touchdown run during the first quarter of his team’s win over Assumption.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Assumption had no answer for Blair-Taylor’s offense. The Wildcats struck early and often with two touchdowns of 35 yards as they opened up a 43-0 lead by halftime and went on to win the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Level Two playoff game 49-0. “What a great way to send off our...

 

 

If the past couple decades of the NBA has taught us anything, it is that fielding consistently competitive teams requires collecting and retaining star players. The Milwaukee Bucks have been searching for the right players to compliment Giannis Antetokounmpo as he has emerged into his prime,...
The Blair-Taylor girls basketball team were scheduled to begin their 2020-21 season Tuesday where their 2019-20 campaign ended roughly eight-and-a-half months ago. Back in March, then-Wildcat freshmen Abby Thompson and Lindsay Steien helped lead B-T out to a 35-29 lead before Bangor came back to...
After seeing its win total more than double last year and having success in another sport, the Whitehall girls basketball team has reasons to feel confident heading into the 2020-21 season. With coach Beth Lisowski returning to the bench after taking 15 years off, Whitehall saw its win total...
With the state’s leading rebounder returning to the line up, the Independence girls basketball team is hoping for improved guard play to help challenge for the conference title. Ziy Conner finished last season with averages of 19 points and 17.3 rebounds per game — the latter being the best mark in...

Blair-Taylor’s Alec Reismann made his way down the sideline after breaking a tackle during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

While the offense was slow to start, Blair-Taylor’s defense and special teams took control of the game as they defeated Cochrane-Fountain City 37-8 in Level One of the playoffs last Friday. The Wildcats took the ball away five times, one leading directly to a touchdown and other setting the offense...

            Ben Pyka of Independence/Gilmanton ran to his left during the Indees' 20-0 loss to Loyal in the WIAA Division Six playoffs on Friday.            (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The rust of two weeks off was evident in Independence/Gilmanton’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Six level one playoff loss to Loyal on Friday. Turnovers derailed a couple promising scoring opportunities for the Indees as they struggled to gain their footing at the frozen...

 

 

The National League Rookie of the Year voting was far closer than it should have been in 2020, no thanks to the Wisconsin representatives delegation of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWA). Brewers reliever Devin Williams took home the award in what was regarded by some as a three-...
The high school winter sports season may still feature some stop-and-start around the holidays and potential COVID-19 shutdowns, but most area teams will not begin their seasons until after Thanksgiving. Times area athletic directors said schedules are being finalized, but to expect some...

Matthew Brandenburg of Blair-Taylor extended a stiff arm as he broke into the open field for a long run against Melrose-Mindoro on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

With a suffocating defense and three scoring drives, the Blair-Taylor football team ended the regular season with a 24-0 win over Melrose-Mindoro. “Our defense played better and better as the night went on,” B-T coach Andy Nehring said. “We didn’t allow many opportunities in the second half. Our...

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