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The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro high school wrestling team walked away with the top team spot at an invitational hosted by their neighbors and rivals. The Titans won Arcadia’s annual Raider Challenge on Saturday thanks to eight different wrestlers finishing in the top three in their...
A pair of Arcadia gymnasts cracked the top 10 at an invitational meet in Viroqua on Friday. Arcadia senior Nora Bergerson placed eighth in all-around scores with a 32.225 to lead the Raiders, just ahead of sophomore Hannah Gierok’s 31.1, good for ninth place. The Raiders finished seventh as a team...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School boys basketball team is back over .500 in Coulee Conference action. The Red Hawks took care of business against Viroqua last Friday, winning 70-44 at home in their only game of the week. The team is now 6-7 on the year, including a 3-2 record in conference...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau high school girls basketball team dropped a pair of Coulee Conference efforts last week and fell to 2-13 on the year. The Red Hawks played Arcadia close on Tuesday (see story elsewhere in Sports) before Westby took care of business against G-E-T on Friday. Viroqua (3-11...

            Independence junior Brandon Sylla looked for an open teammate as the Melrose-Mindoro defense closed in on him during last Friday’s 62-43 loss at Melrose-Mindoro High School.     (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

A full speed attack from one of the top offenses in the Dairyland Conference was too much for the Independence boys basketball team to overcome last Friday. Melrose-Mindoro (11-2, 7-0 Dairyland Large) opened the game on a dominant 12-0 run, one that saw the Mustangs force multiple turnovers from...

            Bryan Rogstad of Blair-Taylor drove his opponent to the mat in his opening match at last Saturday’s invitational at Sparta High School. Rogstad pinned Harry Wolters of DeForest in the match on his way to a second place finish.        (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Despite not having enough wrestlers to compete in every weight class, the Blair-Taylor high school wrestling program still earned a sixth place finish at an invitational in Sparta on Saturday. A first place finish from Jackson Shramek and a second place day from Bryan Rogstad played a big part in...

            Lydia Frederixon of Blair-Taylor battled for a rebound during their game against Plum City/Elmwood on Saturday.       (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Blair-Taylor girls basketball team continued to tear through the regular season with two lopsided wins last week. The Wildcats scored more than 40 points in the first halves of their 74-39 win over Augusta last Tuesday and a 69-33 win over Plum City/Elmwood on Saturday. The wins put B-T at 14-0...
Offense was a struggle for the Independence girls basketball team in a 46-31 loss to Plum City/Elmwood last week Tuesday. The Indees were in the game for a half, but their offense struggled throughout the game as the Wolves pulled away for the win. The loss dropped the Indees to 6-11 overall and...

            Independence/Gilmanton’s Cora Sonsalla pinned Arcadia’s Heidi Hernandez during their dual at the Arcadia triangular last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

It came down to the final match as the Independence/Gilmanton wrestling team got a pin to win a dual, 42-39, against Arcadia in a triangular hosted by the Raiders last week Tuesday. The teams had gone back and forth in the match and the Raiders took a three-point lead when Martin Aguilar (195)...

            Arcadia junior Casidi Pehler scored on a layup in tight to the basket in last Tuesday’s Coulee Conference win over G-E-T.        (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

There came a point in the second half last Tuesday when Arcadia senior Breah Golden decided she needed to do more. Golden and the Raiders had just let Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau creep back into a Coulee Conference girls basketball game at G-E-T High School, and their lead was down to just three...

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