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It was a tough start to the week for Whitehall, but the softball team ended with a bang. The Norse suffered consecutive mercy-rule losses to Independence/Gilmanton on Wednesday — the first of which was the conclusion of a game started on April 27 (see story elsewhere in Sports). They were close on...

            Independence/Gilmanton’s Connor Smieja squared on a pitch during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City last week.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Three wins last week made it 10 straight for the Independence/Gilmanton baseball team before they lost to a team that beat them before the streak began. After losing to Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran on May 13, the Indees went on a run of 10 straight wins including wins of 4-1 over Blair-Taylor, 8-3...
While the season ended for their teams, both Independence and Whitehall will send one golfer to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Mineral Point sectional. Gabe Rombalski of Independence and Keanu Estenson of Whitehall were among the top four individuals in the Division Three...

Independence/Gilmanton’s Hilari Klopp threw to first in an attempt to get a double play during their game against Whitehall last week.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

A sweep of Whitehall was sandwiched between two losses for the Independence/Gilmanton softball team last week. The Indees began the week with a 13-3 loss to undefeated Blair-Taylor (see story elsewhere in Sports) last Tuesday before topping Whitehall 16-0 and 17-4 on Wednesday. On Thursday, they...

Sawyer Schmidt

Both the Arcadia and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau golf teams made the cut at last Tuesday’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association regional, advancing them to the sectional competition this week. The Red Hawks finished third among the field of 10 teams at Trempealeau Mountain, while Arcadia...
As the regular season wound down, the Arcadia softball team split with two Coulee Conference foes. The Raiders struggled offensively as they fell to a 16-1 Westby team 7-3 last week Tuesday. On Friday, their bats came alive in an 11-3 win over West Salem.  No further details from the Westby game...

            Abby Thompson of Blair-Taylor delivered a pitch during their game against Melrose-Mindoro on Friday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

In what has become a weekly occurrence for Blair-Taylor softball’s perfect run so far this season, a no-hitter was the gem of another high-scoring week. The Wildcats asserted themselves as Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Four favorites with another sweep of their opponents,...

Rachel Amoth of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau won the long jump at the Coulee Conference Championship meet.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls track team entered the Coulee Conference championship meet in West Salem as the favorite and they didn’t disappoint, finishing 43 points better than second-place Westby. The Red Hawks had 10 first-place finishes as they took the team crown. The G-E-T boys team had...
Eight first-place finishes helped the Whitehall boys team take the title, while the girls team was third at the Dairyland Conference Central meet in Whitehall last week Monday. Greg Sanots and Colton Pank both had a hand in three first-place finishes for the Norse. Santos won the 300 hurdles and...

            Shayna Kirkey of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau attempted a lunging catch along the foul line during the Red Hawks' 4-3 win over Westby last Tuesday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau softball swept three Coulee Conference games last week, extending their winning streak in the conference to seven games. The Red Hawks sit in second place, a game behind of Westby, in the Coulee after sweeping a doubleheader over West Salem last Monday and taking a close...

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