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            Egan Pauly of Arcadia tried to gain extra yardage even after losing his helmet following a catch against Altoona last week.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The closer the Arcadia football team got to putting the game away, the harder it rained.  It was no longer just Altoona trying to stop the Raiders, but Mother Nature wouldn’t have success either. After a fourth down stop at their own 25, the Raiders drove 75 yards for the game-clinching touchdown,...
Arcadia’s Jose Monroy topped a field of 165 runners as the Raiders took sixth in the team standings. Monroy won the race by about four seconds, topping Nolan Reese of Kickapoo/La Farge. He was one of three Raiders to crack the top 30 as Cole Lockington finished 16th and Nestor Badillo finished 26th...
The Blair-Taylor boys cross country team had three runners finish inside the top 20 as they took third in the team standings at the Mondovi Invitational last week Tuesday. The Wildcats ran close together as they had four runners finish between 16th and 21st, led by Delorean Peterson. Jacob Olson...

            Blair-Taylor’s Alexia Lofgren passed to the front row during their match against Whitehall last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy

The Blair-Taylor High School volleyball team is officially on a winning streak. Blair-Taylor started its week with a 3-1 victory over Independence at home. The Wildcats visited Whitehall last Tuesday, leaving with its second win in as many games in a 3-1 Dairyland Conference victory before adding...

            Arcadia’s McCoy Yarrington wrapped up an Aquinas ball carrier as teammates arrived to help during last Friday’s game.             (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

In a tilt between the two football teams atop the Coulee Conference standings last Friday, Arcadia appeared to keep themselves in the game with a late first half touchdown that cut La Crosse Aquinas’ lead to 22-6. The ensuing kickoff ended with the Aquinas fans erupting in cheers, as the Blugolds...
A game featuring two teams with birds as mascots came down to what happened on the ground as Eleva-Strum out-rushed Independence/Gilmanton by 508 yards in a 39-18 win. The Cardinals controlled the line of scrimmage rushing for 512 yards, including 353 by Wyatt Miland as they built up a big lead and...

            Arcadia junior Autumn Passehl set the ball to a teammate during a Tuesday, Sept. 21 game against G-E-T. Passehl finished the game with a team-high 29 assists and the Raiders picked up their first Coulee Conference win this season.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

After losing its first five Coulee Conference matches, the Arcadia volleyball team broke the skid with a win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau last week Tuesday then won another later in the week. Arcadia took a 2-0 lead and beat G-E-T 3-1 on the road on Tuesday. Thursday was a little more exciting...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School football team made a valiant second half effort against Coulee Conference foe Altoona last Friday, but the Red Hawks ultimately fell short in a 45-28 loss at Altoona High School. The Rails took a 25-7 lead into halftime, but G-E-T got within 10 by the end of...
A three-set sweep made for a quick night of volleyball at Westby High School last Thursday as the host Norse held G-E-T’s attack at bay. Westby held off a fight from the Red Hawks in the first set, eventually edging the visitors 25-16. Westby closed the game with a second set win of 25-12 and a...

            Rhianna Theisen served the ball for Independence during their match against Gilmanton last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy

After a loss to Blair-Taylor to start the week, it was all good for Independence as they picked up two Dairyland Conference wins. The loss to B-T on Monday had to be eliminated from their heads right away as the Indees hosted Gilmanton the very next day. Independence jumped ahead with a lopsided...

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