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            Alivia Boe served during Blair-Taylor’s match against Alma/Pepin last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Blair-Taylor volleyball team took Alma/Pepin the distance twice last week, but could not close out either contest in a pair of five-set losses. The week started on the road in Alma, where the Wildcats won the opening set before faltering in three of the next four. All five sets were more evenly...
Rain shortened the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Two Girls Golf State Tournament to 27 holes, but Arcadia’s Hallie Tulip still made the most of her opportunities. Tulip scored a 49 last Monday as play was cut after nine holes, leaving her tied for 16th overall after day...

Matthew Brandenburg of Blair-Taylor made his way through a hold during their game against Viroqua last week. Brandenburg broke the school’s career rushing record in the win.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Blair-Taylor football team had plenty to play for on Friday, as they honored parents and senior players at their homecoming game against Viroqua. The matchup came together after the start of the season when the Wildcats lost their original opponent, Augusta, which, reportedly, had a player test...

Independence/Gilmanton’s Wyatt Kuerschner looked evade an Alma/Pepin defender during their game on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After dominating the line of scrimmage in the season opener two weeks ago, the Independence/Gilmanton football team struggled to establish control as Alma/Pepin pulled away in the second half. The Indees were out-rushed by more than 100 yards in the game, but still had the lead late in the third...

Nylah Lisowski spiked the ball for Whitehall during their match against Cochrane-Fountain City last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After a close five-set win on Tuesday, the Whitehall volleyball team had an easier time with Cochrane-Fountain City on Thursday. Tuesday’s match not only went the full five sets, but the fifth set went long with Whitehall winning 17-15. On Thursday, however, the Norse won the first two sets and...
The Whitehall boys cross country team topped Blair-Taylor and Eleva-Strum to win last Thursdays meet. The meet had three boys teams and zero full girls teams, with just six overall runners. Runners from Whitehall took five of the top six spots, including race winner Kevin Carroll. The teams were in...
Aaron Rodgers has given few hints as to what he saw on film or what he changed in his life this offseason, but whatever it is needs to be bottled and sold. Not only has his play risen to levels we have not seen over the past five or more seasons, but the man is visibly happier than we have seen in...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau cross country team took first and second among their girls and boys teams respectively to highlight local performances at Maple Grove Venues in West Salem last Monday. Arcadia’s Jose Monroy and Teagan Michalak also finished in the top five individuals in their...
Blair-Taylor evened their season record at 3-3 with a win over Dairyland Conference foe Augusta last week. The Wildcats won in four sets after jumping ahead 2-0 to knock off the Beavers. B-T was scheduled to travel to Alma-Pepin on Tuesday, who they also host in a rematch on Thursday. B-T...

 Alec Reismann of Blair-Taylor made a catch over Whitehall's Jonathan Thorn for a touchdown during the Wildcats' 18-14 win over Whitehall on Friday.             (Times photo by Zac Bellman)

Dairyland Conference football began in earnest this past week, as Blair-Taylor held off a late Whitehall comeback bid for an 18-14 road win. Red zone efficiency and turnovers proved problematic for both offenses in the regular season opener. Whitehall falls to 0-1, and does not have a game this...

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