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The Whitehall girls basketball team dominated in the paint as they picked up a nonconference win last week. The Norse pulled down 47 rebounds as they beat Black River Falls 62-42 at home last week Monday. They were scheduled to play at Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran last Friday, but the game was...
The Whitehall boys basketball team pulled away midway through the second half to pick up a road Dairyland Conference win last week. The Norse went to Pepin and were in a close game against Alma/Pepin last Thursday before a run that included two layups and a three pointer broke the game open as...

            Independence’s Rhianna Theisen drove to the basket during their game against Melrose-Mindoro last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

A couple of big runs were the difference as the Independence girls basketball team lost two Dairyland Conference games last week. The Indees were victims of an 11-1 run early in the second half of a 52-40 loss to Melrose-Mindoro last week Tuesday. On Friday, it was a 14-2 Augusta run to close the...

            Arcadia’s Nora Bergerson was ninth overall with an all-around score of 30.425 at the McLellan Invitational in Holmen on Saturday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro/Cochrane-Fountain City gymnastics team finished fifth in Division One, while Arcadia was sixth in Division Two at the McLellan Invitational in Holmen on Saturday. GMC had an all-around score of 133.625 in a division that was won by the host school with a...
Arcadia High School graduate Chloe Halverson has been named Athlete of the Week at Carroll University. Halverson, a 2021 graduate of AHS, ed the women’s basketball team in rebounding and led the bench in scoring in the historic 104-48 win over North Park on Saturday.  Halverson’s 11 points and 12...
A couple of games against two of the best teams in the area both resulted in losses for the Arcadia girls basketball team. Last week Monday it was an undefeated Bangor team that upended the Raiders 65-47. On Thursday it was a two-loss West Salem team that scored a 67-28 win. The Raiders fell to 3-...

            Above: Arcadia’s Cruz Patzner took down Whitehall’s Matthew Poulos.

            Below: Whitehall’s Brekken Kulig took down Arcadia’s Brian Flores during their dual last week Tuesday.            (Times photographs by Andrew Dannehy)

The Arcadia wrestling team won five of six matches during a stretch to pick up the dual win against Whitehall last week Tuesday. Whitehall got off to a strong start with four wins in the first six matches, but consecutive forfeits received by Jack Ziegeweid (220) and Eric Bustos (285) pulled...

            G-E-T freshman Kyle Seiling launched a jump shot late in an 86-62 loss at Onalaska Luther last Friday.                        (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Shooting efficiency for the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School boys basketball team was hit and miss last week. The Red Hawks shot 53.7 percent in a win over Coulee Conference foe Black River Falls on Tuesday before hitting shots at a much less efficient rate of 43.4 percent in a loss at Luther...

            Ryan Flynn of Blair-Taylor shot for a takedown during their dual against De Soto last Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Though they won three of the five matches that were decided on the mat, the Blair-Taylor wrestling team came away with a 54-15 loss to De Soto last week Tuesday. B-T had to forfeit seven matches, including the first four as they fell behind 24-0. After a double forfeit at 132 pounds, Seth Greeno (...
After losing to Blair-Taylor, the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls basketball team was able to tame the Black River Falls Tigers. B-T, one of the top-ranked teams in Division Five, took a big lead early and pulled away (see story elsewhere in Sports). On Friday, the Red Hawks were able to get a...

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