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Blair-Taylor senior Lauren Steien was one of 32 student athletes across the state honored by the WIAA as a scholar athlete.  (File photo) 

The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) recognized Blair-Taylor’s Lauren Steien among a field of 32 Scholar Athlete finalists in a press release on April 23. Steien has accumulated seven varsity letters in swimming and diving as well as softball over her four years at B-T. She has...

Arcadia High School senior Linzy Sendelbach was among 32 student athletes the state honored by the WIAA as a scholar athlete.  (File photo)

Arcadia’s Linzy Sendelbach was honored as one of four Division Two girls and 32 high school student athlete finalists across the state for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (WIAA) Scholar Athlete Award. Sendelbach is the fifth recipient of the honor in school history since the...
An iconic clip resurfaced on my social media in the aftermath of the Green Bay Packers drafting the potential future of their franchise in Jordan Love last week. In it, a middle-aged Packers fan sternly addresses then-Packers general manager Ted Thompson at some fan signing that appears to be in...
In the aftermath of Gov. Tony Evers’ extension of the Safer at Home order to May 26, the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Board of Control voted last week to cancel 2020 spring sports regular seasons and tournaments. The cancellation comes in conjunction with Evers’ order for...
Well, if it didn’t feel like 2005 all over again heading into the 2020 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers’ first pick certainly brought us back. After trading up from 30th overall to 26th and with difference-makers still available at positions in need of impact starters, Green Bay opted instead to...
              Aaron Rodgers career with the Green Bay Packers could be ending far sooner than anyone thought prior to Thursday night’s National Football League draft.             Rodgers — in an interview with Pat McAfee and A.J. Hawk earlier this month — said he wanted to play into his 40s, but...
              Fifteen years goes by pretty fast.              I still remember where I was in the living room of my Chicago-suburban home, jumping up and down excitedly at the Packers’ good favor as they took Aaron Rodgers with the 24th overall selection in the 2005 NFL Draft.              By some...

Former Whitehall High School track and field coach Chuck Walek gave a speech as he was inducted into the Wisconsin Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame in February. (Submitted photo)

 
              For recent Wisconsin Track Coaches Association (WISTCA) Hall of Fame inductee Chuck Walek, the journey has been about commitment, community support and a love of competition.             “Most coaches are not willing to put over 30 years into a coaching career,” said Walek, who was...

Ken Stellpflug was honored during a ceremony in 1991 after he had finished his run as a coach for the Whitehall boys basketball team. (Whitehall Times file photo)

 
            A recent initiative led by former Whitehall High School basketball player Ralph Rasmuson is seeking to rename Whitehall’s gym in honor of former coach Ken Stellpflug.             The Wisconsin Basketball Hall of Fame legacy of Stellpflug is well-known: a 378-143 record with only two...
Area golf courses, usually awakening with the sounds of drivers and shouts of “Fore!” as patrons hone in their shots for the summer, have fallen silent this spring amidst state mandates for the closure of businesses deemed nonessential. For courses in Trempealeau County, this means a sudden lack of...

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