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            Amiah Ives of Independence prepared to take a shot in the post during their game against Arcadia on Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Independence girls basketball team failed to top 30 points in two losses last week. The Indees were competitive with Arcadia until late on Thursday as they fell 36-28 (see story elsewhere in Sports). The next day they were neck-and-neck with Gilmanton, but the Panthers pulled out a 34-30 win....
The West Salem girls basketball team is officially in the driver’s seat of the Coulee Conference race after defeating G-E-T (9-11, 6-3 Coulee) last Thursday. A loss to the Panthers was preceded by a second-half push from the Red Hawks and multiple players hitting key shots in a win over Tomah on...

            Eric Kleinhans of Whitehall attempted to pin Independence/Gilmanton’s Gavin Bragger during their match at the Dairyland Conference duals hosted by Blair-Taylor on Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Convincing wins in the final Dairyland Conference dual of the season left the Whitehall wrestling team alone on top for the third straight season. The Norse entered the day needing wins over Independence/Gilmanton and Blair-Taylor and they got just that, cruising in both matches to clinch the...

            Luke Beighley of Whitehall went in for a layup during their game against Alma Center Lincoln on Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall boys basketball team picked up three wins last week, including one on Friday that gave them a two-game lead in the Dairyland Conference Large Division. The Norse entered the week tied with Melrose-Mindoro atop the division, but the teams went in opposite directions. After a...

            G/M's Carson Koss prepared to flip Black River Falls' Sander King before earning a pin in 23 seconds. Koss was the individual conference champion at 145 pounds.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

One week after the G-E-T/Mel-Min high school wrestling co-op beat West Salem/Bangor in a dual on the last match of the night, it was the Panthers who got the last laugh by winning the Coulee Conference championship on Saturday. The Titans finished with 303 points as a team, trailing only the...

            Arcadia’s Jaicee Kolstad drove to the basket during their game against Westby last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Arcadia girls basketball team lost a lead in one game, but controlled another game to earn a split in Coulee Conference play last week. The Raiders had a 11-point lead early against Westby, but fell 53-44 at home last week Tuesday. On Thursday, though, they were in complete control, beating...
The Whitehall girls basketball team had a tough week offensively in two Dairlyand Conference losses. The Norse never got going in a 39-29 loss to Alma Center Lincoln last week Tuesday. On Friday, they trailed by 18 as they had just 16 points at halftime against Melrose-Mindoro before going on to...
In their first game in 14 days, the Independence girls basketball team ran out of gas. The Indees were competitive with Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran last Thursday as the teams were tied at 27 in the second half, but the Indees managed just five points the rest of the way. Due to COVID-19...
A big day from junior Paris Lambert led the G-E-T/Mel-Min/Cochrane-Fountain City gymnastics co-op to a fourth place finish last Saturday at an invitational meet in La Crosse. The team continued competition in Viroqua on Monday and is scheduled to visit West Salem on Thursday. Lambert finished...

            Avali Bratberg of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau charged the lane before scoring on a layup late in a Coulee Conference win over Viroqua at G-E-T High School last Monday.                        (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)
 

As visiting Viroqua pushed back against the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School girls’ basketball team last Monday, the Red Hawks’ leader put the team on her back. Viroqua had just cut the hosts’ lead to eight in the opening minutes of the second half, and G-E-T needed a response after the...

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