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It will be a quiet day for most of the area when the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Three state track and field meet starts in La Crosse on Thursday, but one area athlete has a chance to make some noise. Independence/Gilmanton’s Ziy Conner reached new speeds last week as...
They pushed it about as far as they could, but the Whitehall baseball season came to an end with a 7-6 loss in 10 innings to Thorp-Gilman last week Tuesday. The third-seeded Norse fought throughout the game, but (2) T-G scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings with the...

            Arcadia’s Carson Martin looked to tag a would-be base-stealer from Sparta during their regional game last week.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Nine errors were too much for the Arcadia baseball team to overcome as they lost the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association regional semifinal game to Sparta 7-4 last week Tuesday. The Spartans took advantage of two errors in the first inning as they took a 4-0 lead. The first error came...

            Will Thompson tripped over the final hurdle during the 110 hurdles at the West Salem regional last week Monday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Nine area athletes will compete in nine total Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Two state track meet events this Friday, after making it past regional and sectional competition last week. Charlie Siewert of Arcadia qualified in shot put, while Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau sent...
For the second consecutive season, Blair-Taylor softball has finished the regular season with a perfect record. Despite returning only four players from the team that accomplished the same feat in 2019, and enduring a 2020 season cancelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wildcats ran the table once...

            Cain Fremstad of Blair-Taylor avoided a tag during their game against Eleva-Strum last Thursday. While he didn’t get tag, Fremstad also didn’t get the base as the ball was ruled to be foul.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Blair-Taylor baseball split a doubleheader regular season finale, before taking a narrow win to keep their season alive in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Four regional opener. The Wildcats wrapped up the regular season by splitting two games against Pepin/Alma on Monday...
The Whitehall softball team struggled to keep either of its final two opponents off the board as they lost their last regular season and first postseason games. Augusta started and closed with six-run innings, beating Whitehall 14-0 in the final regular season game last week Monday. On Wednesday,...

 

 

Two weekends ago brought about a long-awaited goodbye, as well as similarly anticipated hello’s for me personally. My Aunt Kathie passed away after a 15-year battle with cancer last year. Despite her being a matriarch in our family, COVID-19 prevented those who loved her from being able to gather...

            Ryan Sokup of Arcadia made a diving attempt at a fly ball during their game against Luther last Tuesday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After a late collapse to begin the week, the Arcadia baseball team finished strong to earn a split in the final two regular season games. The Raiders had a big lead against Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau last week Monday, but the Red Hawks scored nine runs in the last two innings, taking advantage of...

            Ben Mohan of Whitehall competed in the high jump during the Dairyland Conference meet in Independence last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The Dairyland Conference track teams didn’t end up being all that close as the top team scored double-digit wins at the championship meet in Independence last Monday. The Melrose-Mindoro boys team topped the field with 134 points, 11 better than second-place Cochrane-Fountain City. The C-FC girls...

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