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Blair-Taylor baseball took two of their first three games to open the season last week. The Wildcats routed Augusta last Tuesday in their road opener, before falling narrowly to Whitehall on Thursday at home (see story elsewhere in sports) and bouncing back with a home win over Cochrane-Fountain...
After a couple key injuries, the Arcadia football team made adjustments to take control of their final game of the 2021 spring season. The Raiders trailed 21-20 at the end of the third quarter, but then scored two touchdowns to take control of the game as they outscored Black River Falls 26-7 in...

            Casidi Pehler of Arcadia slid under a tag during the Raiders' win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau last Tuesday.            (Times photo by Zac Bellman)

The Arcadia softball team came out slugging as they scored 23 runs combined in their first two games, both Coulee Conference wins. The Raiders had to come from behind, but did so in a season-opening 12-9 win at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau last week Tuesday. On Friday they took control of their home...

            McKenna Boe of Blair-Taylor connected on a pitch during the Wildcats' 18-0 win over Whitehall last Thursday.            (Times photo by Zac Bellman)

A one-hitter, a perfect game no-hitter and a two-hit shutout rounded out the first week for Blair-Taylor softball. The Wildcats looked like they had hardly missed a beat on the mound, at the plate and in the field as they outscored Augusta, Whitehall and Cochrane-Fountain City by a combined 43-1...

 

 

Perhaps it has been drowned out by the continuous speculation on Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Green Bay Packers, but the NFL Draft has almost felt like an afterthought this year. Normally at this time of year, many Packers fans especially find themselves pouring over analysis, mock drafts and...

            Ryan Sokup of Arcadia attempted to get around the edge as Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Reid Johnson attempted to tackle him during last Friday’s game.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Arcadia coach Derek Updike complemented the grit his team showed as they held on to even the season series with a 14-12 win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau on Friday. “We’re not pretty, but we get the job done somehow,” Updike said. “The kids just don’t give up and they play together.” The difference...

 

 

Standing on the sideline of a spring high school football game two Fridays ago, one year after we had no prep sports at all to attend, was a strange feeling. I found myself pondering how much things can change in a year as I looked back, as well as forward. In the rear view were painful memories of...

            Evan Pauly of Arcadia broke into the open field for a touchdown during the first quarter of Arcadia’s win over Kewaunee.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After an early score, the Arcadia football team’s offense struggled, but the defense put the game away for a 13-7 win.  The Raiders scored on their second possession, but their offense struggled the rest of the game. They added a defensive touchdown and held off a late Storm front. The game against...
There will not be a MLB All-Star Game in the Atlanta area in 2021, but the game and state in which it previously was scheduled are not cancelled. The show will go on in Colorado this year, and as for Atlanta, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred did not mince words in a statement shortly after the passage...

            Justice Vaaler of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau looked down field just prior to throwing a 72-yard touchdown to Luke Vance in the Red Hawks' 20-19 win over Arcadia on Friday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The first meeting between Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau and Arcadia on the gridiron since Sept. 28, 2018 went down to the wire on Friday. The Red Hawks took a late lead before holding firm at the goal line on a potential lead-changing two-point try in the final two minutes to secure the win. G-E-T...

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