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Arcadia’s offense hasn’t quite hit yet, but their defense and pitching were enough to get the team in the win column last week Monday. Two rcadia pitchers held Eleva-Strum to four hits and one run as they struck out 12 in a 2-1 Arcadia win. The Raiders had two other games rained out last week....
The G-E-T softball team kept itself busy last week, playing four games in five days.  The Red Hawks won their first of the week in an 8-2 triumph over Westby last Monday. They were on the other end of an offensive explosion on Tuesday, falling 9-2 to La Crosse Logan. A doubleheader at Holmen on...

             G-E-T's Caleb Lightfoot teed off during an invitational golf meet at Fox Hollow Golf Course last Tuesday. The senior won medalist honors with a 2-over par 37.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Area high school boys’ golf teams are probably ready for more sun and warmer weather after a season opening invitational last Tuesday that featured temperatures in the 40s and plenty of rain. Though the steady precipitation teetered between heavy spurts and slow mist throughout the round, both G-E-...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Thomas Haney delivered a pitch during Tuesday’s game against Onalaska Luther. The Red Hawks led 2-0 before the game was suspended due to rain.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

There was no shortage of offense for the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team last week. The Red Hawks scored 31 runs over three games, losing by a single run to Mauston on Monday before splitting a doubleheader with Westby on Saturday. Onalaska Luther trailed G-E-T 2-0 through five...

            Blair-Taylor’s Cain Fremstad charged the ball during their season opener against Black River Falls on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

A four-run sixth inning for the visiting Black River Falls high school baseball team was enough of a cushion to spoil Blair-Taylor’s home opener last Friday.  The Wildcats fell 10-3 to the Tigers despite a perfect four-for-four performance from Jackson Shramek at the plate.  Eli Swenson added a...
Arcadia softball coach Dave Bjorge was pleased with the improvement his team showed from its first game to its second, even if it ended in a loss. The Raiders opened their season in Holmen on Friday as they allowed seven unearned runs in a 12-2 loss. The team was in action again the next day and...

             G-E-T's Ethan Stoner swung on a pitch in a 9-4 loss to La Crosse Logan at G-E-T Middle School last Friday.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team opened its season last Friday, taking a 9-4 loss at the hands of La Crosse Logan at G-E-T Middle School. Logan worked to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, scoring on a wild pitch before adding runs on a sacrifice fly and a walk with the bases...

            Arcadia’s Carson Martin prepared to tag out Independence/Gilmanton’s Tyler Kingsbury at the plate during their game on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Four Arcadia errors in the last two innings helped the Independence/Gilmanton baseball team pick up the come-from-behind win on Friday. Arcadia, playing in its first game, had a 2-0 lead, but three straight Arcadia errors were followed by a double in the sixth inning. The Indees took the lead in...
The Independence/Gilmanton softball team couldn’t recover after allowing nine runs in the bottom of the first inning. The Indees scored six runs combined in the last two innings, but they fell one short in a 10-9 loss.  The loss put I/G at 0-1 to start the season before they hosted Pepin/Alma on...

            G-E-T senior Genna O'Neill delivered a pitch late in a 12-6 win over La Crosse Central last Friday. The reigning Coulee Conference player of the year finished with eight strikeouts.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

After one and a half innings last Friday, the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau softball team was facing its first deficit of the young 2022 season. La Crosse Central had just taken a 1-0 lead on an RBI double, and the Red Hawks were in need of a response. Their answer was a seven-run second inning, one...

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