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It wasn’t easy, but a couple of fourth down conversions helped the Arcadia football team pull away from Amery for a 28-16 road win Friday night. The Raiders led 14-10 late in the third quarter before converting on a fourth down for a touchdown. They later turned another fourth down into a touchdown...
The Arcadia volleyball team struggled offensively as they lost two Coulee Conference matches last week. The Raiders won one of seven sets, but only scored more than 20 points in one other set. The week began with a 3-0 loss at Black River Falls last week Tuesday before they fell to Onalaska Luther...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School volleyball team opened the season with a loss to Westby on Tuesday.  The Red Hawks lost the Coulee Conference match in three sets to the visiting Norsemen before hosting Black River Falls on Thursday. G-E-T battled back to win the second set after losing the...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau junior running back Brady Seiling (29) fought off numerous tackles during a 26-6 Coulee Conference loss to Black River Falls on Friday.                        (Times photographs by Benjamin Pierce)

As time ticked away late in the second quarter of a Coulee Conference football game at Gale-Ettrick Trempealeau High School on Friday, the host Red Hawks looked to be finding their groove on offense. After the G-E-T defense stopped Black River Falls on fourth down near the 30-yard line with the...

            Adrianna Rotering of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau and Tegan Michalak of Arcadia both finished inside the top 10 at the Jesse Brone Memorial Invitational on Thursday while Kevin Carroll of Whitehall (below) took eighth in the boys race.             (Times photographs by Andrew Dannehy)

Area teams took the top two spots in the Jesse Brone Memorial Invitational at Cochrane-Fountain City last Thursday. The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau boys had six top-20 finishers as they won the title with 50 points. Arcadia had three in the top-15 to help take second with 84 points. The G-E-T girls...
The Independence and Blair-Taylor volleyball teams both went 1-2 at the Elmwood/Plum City quadrangular last Tuesday with wins against the same fellow Dairyland Conference team. That was the first competition of the season for both teams. Independence also competed in a tournament in Neillsville on...
Defeating Highland was a difficult enough task for the Independence/Gilmanton football team. Beating Highland and the weather proved too much last Friday. Coming off of an undefeated 2020 season and a convincing Week One win, Highland was as advertised. The Cardinals scored 22 points in the first...
The Blair-Taylor cross country teams had one top-10 individual finisher as both the boys and girls teams cracked the top 10 in team standings in their first meet of the year. The B-T boys were paced by Delorean Peterson’s ninth-place finish as they were sixth overall. The girls team finished ninth...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s AJ Parker (above) finished 26th and Sam Ruiter (below) was 14th at the cross country team’s season-opening race at Maple Grove Venues in West Salem on Saturday. (Times photographs by Benjamin Pierce

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School cross country team started the 2021 season on Saturday at the Gale Johnson Kick-Off Meet at Maple Grove Venues in West Salem. Two runners finished inside the boys top 20 for the sixth place Red Hawks, who were led by a 14th place finish from junior Sam...

            Ben Hilton (1), Nate Schindler (35) and Brandt Robinson (55) of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau chased Baldwin/Woodville wide receiver Masen Werner during a game between the teams last Friday. (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Early in the first quarter at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School on Friday, the Red Hawk defense showed it can stand tall when needed. The offense, however, struggled to capitalize on the team’s early defensive success, and visiting Baldwin/Woodville coasted to a 28-0 victory.  The game was...

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