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            Whitehall’s Isaac Skoyen made a diving attempt to catch a fly ball during their game against Augusta on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

  The Dairyland Conference title was in striking distance for the Whitehall baseball team at the beginning of last week. By the end, however, the team dropped to fifth in the standings. The Norse still felt good about their chances after a 1-0 loss to DC-leading Eleva-Strum last week Tuesday. A...
The Whitehall golf team came away with a third place finish early last week before taking second later in the week. The Norse still have an outside shot at overtaking Eleva-Strum for second in the Dairyland Conference, but they trail the Cardinals by six points with the final meet set to be played...
Zero. Zilch. Notta. A donut. Call it what you like, Tavian Shramek—the Blair-Taylor pitcher threw a no-hitter in a lopsided conference win over Melrose-Mindoro on Tuesday in a week that saw the Wildcats also fall to Pepin/Alma on Friday. The Wildcats (4-12 this season, 4-9 Dairyland Conference)...
The Arcadia baseball team was close to a sweep of Coulee Conference rivals last week, but had to settle for a split. The Raiders had a 3-2 lead entering the seventh inning of their game against Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau last week Monday, but the Red Hawks scored four runs in the seventh for the 6-3...

            Arcadia’s Kanah Slaby secured an out during the first half of their doubleheader against Westby last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Arcadia softball team struggled on both ends as they were outscored 31-3 in three games last week. The Raiders managed just one run and six hits total as they were swept by Westby, 10-0 and 11-1, last week Tuesday. It didn’t get much better on Friday when they lost to La Crosse Aquinas, 10-2....

            Aubrie Pronschinske of Independence/Gilmanton made a throw to first during their game against Eleva-Strum on Friday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Independence/Gilmanton softball team showed the ability to come through in the clutch in two wins last week. The Indees scored eight runs late to beat Loyal 12-7 last week Thursday. On Friday, they scored three in the bottom of the seventh to beat Eleva-Strum. After a doubleheader at Alma...
The Coulee Conference championship track and field meet last Saturday could very well have been called the Trempealeau County championship — the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls easily repeated as conference champions and G-E-T senior Will Thompson took home four individual titles to lead the boys to...
The Blair-Taylor High School softball team has a perfect season within reach following four more wins last week to reach a 22-0 record. Blair-Taylor outscored their opponents 44-6. They were scheduled to close the regular season on Monday by visiting Augusta and open the playoffs as the top seed in...
Both the Blair-Taylor High School boys and girls track and field teams took fourth place at an invitational meet in Mondovi last Tuesday. Caden Kruse secured the only first place finish for the Wildcats, winning the high jump with a leap of five feet, 10 inches. Blair-Taylor won the 800-meter relay...

            Zach Grams jumped away from an inside pitch in a loss to Tomah at G-E-T High School last Wednesday. Grams was the only Red Hawk with multiple hits.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

If the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team wanted at least a share of a Coulee Conference title this week, they needed to avoid a performance similar to the one they showed last Wednesday at home against Tomah. A win on Monday over the visiting Panthers would seal a first place...

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