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One of the best offensive performances and Independence/Gilmanton team has had in the last three years wasn’t enough as the Indees fell to Alma/Pepin on Friday. The Indees scored 14 points in the first half, but still trailed by 13 at halftime as the Eagles’ offense was rolling. I/G couldn’t catch...
Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau volleyball coach Kate Kubicek has stepped down, the Times learned last week. Kubicek declined to comment on her reason for resigning. G-E-T High School principal Troy White and athletic director Rick Schmidt have assumed the head coaching duties for the remainder of the...

            G-E-T's Aleah Hunter tried to push the ball past a pair of block attempts during a Coulee Conference volleyball match at Onalaska Luther last Monday.             (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School volleyball team is winless no more. The Red Hawks earned a 3-2 away win against Black River Falls on Tuesday to improve their record to 1-9 this season. The win followed a 3-0 loss to Onalaska Luther on Monday. G-E-T High School principal Troy White is...

            G-E-T senior quarterback Justice Vaaler breaks away from Westby defensive lineman Dylan Nottestad in last Friday's Coulee Conference matchup at Westby High School.             (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

It didn’t take long last Friday for Westby’s football team to set the tone in a Coulee Conference game against the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau Red Hawks. G-E-T answered early, but the Norsemen would eventually pull away in what ended as a 52-7 win for Westby. The Red Hawks (1-6, 1-4 Coulee Conference...
The Blair-Taylor High School volleyball team dropped a pair of matches last week to end a three-game winning streak.  The Wildcats (4-6 overall, 4-3 Dairyland Conference) fell to Eleva-Strum last Tuesday before losing in five sets to Alma Center Lincoln last Thursday. Blair-Taylor visited Alma-...
Augusta showed its power as the top team in the Dairyland Conference with a 28-0 home win last Friday over Blair-Taylor.  With the loss, the Wildcats fell to 3-4 overall and 2-3 in the conference as they prep to host another strong opponent in Pepin/Alma (5-1, 4-1 Dairyland) on Friday.  Augusta (7-...
For the second time in a week, the Blair-Taylor boys cross country team just barely missed out on a team title.  Just like Monday’s meet at Melrose-Mindoro (see story elsewhere in Sports), the Wildcats finished two points behind meet champion. This time, it was Cochrane-Fountain City scoring 38...
The Blair-Taylor cross country team just missed out on the team title, finishing two points behind Bangor at the Melrose-Mindoro Invitational last week Monday. The Wildcats scored 52 points to Bangor’s 50, while Augusta was third with 66, Whitehall fourth with 74 and Mel-Min fifth with 90. Three B-...

           Above:  Ithzel Cosco of Arcadia delivered an approach shot during the regional golf tournament last Wednesday.      

           Below:  Bailey Maynard of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau hit off the tee during the regional tournament last week Wednesday.             (Times photographs by Benjamin Pierce)

Before last Wednesday, Arcadia/Independence top golfers Hallie Tulip and Whitney Sonsalla had done the heavy lifting in scoring points for their team this season, culminating in a Coulee Conference championship two weeks ago. But it was low scores from the bottom half of the Raiders’ lineup in the...

            Whitehall’s Jonathan Thorn made his way up the field during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City on Friday.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Trailing by one point at halftime, the Whitehall football team needed a big second half to stay in the playoff hunt and that’s exactly what they got, blanking Cochrane-Fountain City 18-0 in the second frame for the win. The Norse took an early lead, but a big play and two-point conversion put the...

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