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The Independence/Gilmanton baseball team struggled in a Dairyland Conference game before picking up a nonconference win last week. The Indees were close against Pepin/Alma on Thursday, but the Eagles exploded late and won 10-1. I/G rebounded with a 7-4 win over Elmwood/Plum City, more information...

            Junior Kaitlyn Bremer pitched to a Westby batter in the third inning of an 8-0 Coulee Conference victory at Arcadia High School. Bremer finished with 10 strikeouts.                (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Kaitlyn Bremer was on fire last week Tuesday. The Arcadia junior appeared to have full control as she delivered pitch after pitch in a Coulee Conference softball game at home against Westby. Bremer restricted the Norse (3-14, 3-8 Coulee) to three hits on her way to a stat line that included 10...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau freshman Mikah Vail landed in the sandpit during the long jump preliminaries at Saturday’s Coulee Conference championship meet at Arcadia High School.  (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Fifteen Trempealeau County athletes were crowned Coulee Conference champions at Saturday’s title meet at Arcadia High School. Eight athletes from Arcadia and seven more from G-E-T won events at the meet, one that ended with team conference titles for the West Salem boys and Westby girls. Senior...

            Blair-Taylor’s Kole Trapp swung on a pitch during their game against Whitehall last week Tuesday.           (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Blair-Taylor’s pitching was unhittable again last week as junior ace Tavian Shramek tossed a five-inning no-hitter against Whitehall. Shramek struck out 11 batters in the game, which was shortened by rain, as B-T improved to 15-2 on the season and 10-0 in Dairyland Conference play. The conference...

            Connor Kruse and DaVonne Turner, both of Blair-Taylor, had the top two finishes in their 100 meter dash heat at the Dairyland Conference meet in Melrose-Mindoro on Thursday. Turner later took the conference title.                   (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy

The boys team from Eleva-Strum and the Cochrane-Fountain City girls squad took home first-place finishes at the Dairyland Conference meet at Melrose-Mindoro last Thursday. The host school was second in both competitions as the E-S boys scored 126 points to Mel-Min’s 110 and the C-FC girls scored...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau catcher Tori Thoma threw a bunted ball to first base in an away loss to Holmen last Tuesday. (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

A pair of offensive juggernauts handed the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School softball program losses last week. The Red Hawks, now 7-6 overall and 6-2 in the Coulee Conference, lost to Holmen on the road last Tuesday before falling to the only Coulee team to beat them this year. Four games...
After losing its first two conference games of the season two weeks ago, Arcadia High School’s softball team got back on track with three straight victories last week. The Raiders are 9-4 overall including 6-2 in the Coulee Conference ahead of three pivotal conference games this week. Arcadia...
After losing a high-scoring game on Tuesday, the Whitehall baseball team won a low-scoring affair on Friday. The Norse struggled early — allowing eight runs in the first four innings — in an 8-7 loss at Cochrane-Fountain City last week Tuesday. On Friday, however, the team got back on track,...
The Whitehall softball team struggled defensively, allowing double-digit runs in three losses last week. Two of the losses came to Dairyland Conference leaders as the top team in the Large Division, Melrose-Mindoro, took an early lead and won 14-7 last week Monday. The next day, the DC-Small’s top...
Three strokes separated the second- and fourth-place teams at the Dairyland Conference match in Mondovi on Friday. Whitehall was the fourth-place team, shooting a 203, while Eleva-Strum came in with a 201 and Alma/Pepin shot a 200. Cochrane-Fountain City cruised to the team title, shooting a 184...

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