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            Keanu Estenson of Whitehall rolled a putt toward an open cup at last Wednesday’s WIAA Division Three regional golf tournament at Trempealeau Mountain Golf Course.             (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

It took two playoff holes, but the Whitehall golf team’s season officially ended at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Three Cochrane-Fountain City regional last Wednesday. Senior Grant Olson tied for the final individual qualifying spot at Trempealeau Mountain. He remained...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School softball team put up a fight against one of the top Division Three teams in the state last week, but ultimately the Red Hawks ended their season with a loss to Aquinas in a regional final. The third-seeded Red Hawks, which opened the postseason with a 10-2...

            Arcadia’s Tatum Drazkowski made a catch while backpedaling during their game against Elk Mound on Wednesday.                (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Arcadia reached a WIAA Division Three regional championship game last week, a contest that ended the Raiders’ season. Arcadia, seeded fourth, began its postseason with a 3-0 victory over Elk Mound last Wednesday, one day before the regional’s top seed, Prescott, beat Arcadia in a regional final. ...

            Whitehall’s Brayden Lisowski slid home after a wild pitch during their regional win over Durand last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall baseball team scored a combined 17 runs in two wins last week.  The team ended the regular season with a 10-9 extra-inning win over Alma/Pepin last week Monday. On Tuesday, they had a much easier time, beating Durand, 7-2, to open Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association play....

            Eric Rojas Lopez of Independence/Gilmanton made contact on a pitch in the team’s regional win over Cochrane-Fountain City last Thursday.                 (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The end of the regular season proved not to be an indication of things to come for the Independence/Gilmanton baseball team. The Indees closed the regular season last week Monday with a 5-2 home loss to Cochrane-Fountain City — a team it already knew it would see again a few days later. Thursday’s...
Nathan Holthaus had no issues from either view of home plate for Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau in last Thursday’s 11-0 regional playoff victory. Holthaus pitched a no-hitter from the mound for the G-E-T High School baseball team on a night he also smashed a home run. The Red Hawks needed only five...
A road playoff game put a halt to spring baseball for the Arcadia Raiders. Arcadia, seeded 14th, lost a regional quarterfinal game to the third-seeded Baldwin-Woodville squad last Thursday. The Raiders finish with a 3-17-1 record. O-F 3 Arcadia 0 Osseo-Fairchild (8-13) scored on a fielder’s choice...

            Blair-Taylor freshman Destiny Schneider took her turn in the high jump competition at last Monday’s Division Three regional meet at Luther High School in Onalaska.                   (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

For the second straight year, the Division Three portion of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Track and Field Championships won’t feature any athletes from the Times coverage area.  While several advanced from last week Monday’s Onalaska Luther regional to Thursday’s Bangor...

            Senior Domanick Knott of G-E-T slipped a shot out of the deep rough on the par-4 13th hole at Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club during last Tuesday’s Division Two regional tournament. Knott is one of two area golfers who qualified for this week’s sectional championship in Rice Lake.               (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Arcadia senior Joey Theis and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau senior Domanick Knott started their rounds in very different ways last Wednesday, but both Trempealeau County golfers did enough at a WIAA Division Two regional at Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club to qualify for the sectional meet this Tuesday at...

            Arcadia junior Trey Lyga unleashed a discus throw in the preliminary round of last Thursday’s WIAA Division Two sectional meet at Colby High School. Lyga set a new school record and qualified for his second-straight trip to state, held this weekend at UW-La Crosse, with a third-place finish in the event.               (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Arcadia and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau will be among the schools seeking spots on the podium when patrons flock to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse for the WIAA Division Two state track and field championships this weekend. Ten area prep athletes — six from Arcadia and four from G-E-T — have a...

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