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Lindsay Steien of Blair-Taylor shot a layup during the Wildcats' win over Whitehall last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Three wins over Dairyland Conference opponents helped the Blair-Taylor girls basketball team secure their second-straight conference title last week, winning the Large Division this year after taking the Small Division title last year. The Wildcats took three of four overall on the week, beating...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Rachel Amoth put up a shot after a rebound during their game against Westby on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls returned from quarantine to take an overtime win before falling handily in their second game last week. In their first game since mid-January last Friday, the Red Hawks took an overtime win over Westby on the strength of a career night from junior Lindsey Lettner...

Autumn Passehl of Arcadia eyed the basket on an off-balance attempt during the Raiders' loss to West Salem last Tuesday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

They were close at one point, but the Arcadia girls basketball team had few answers for the shooting of West Salem in the final regular season game. The Raiders made a push at the end of the first half and early in the second half, but the Panthers responded and took control of the game for the 70-...

 

 

My fellow Wisconsinites, I come before you in the midst of trying times for fans, players and all who appreciate, participate and effectuate professional sports in Wisconsin. Over the past year, the promise of spring quickly gave way to a cruel storm of pandemic, injustice and turmoil. In an...

            Samantha Huff of Whitehall shot a layup during the Norse's loss to Blair-Taylor last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

After a six-game winning streak was snapped last week Monday, the Whitehall girls basketball team lost two more to finish the regular season with a three-game skid. The Norse fell behind Blair-Taylor early on Monday as the Wildcats cruised for an 80-43 win (see story elsewhere in Sports). Whitehall...

            Liam Herrick of Whitehall attempts to pin his opponent during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Sectional in Mineral Point on Saturday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Two area wrestlers from the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Three Mineral Point sectional qualified for the state tournament, doing so in the same weight class as Blair-Taylor’s Chris Rogstad and Whitehall’s Wylie Dunn took the top two spots in the 285-pound class on...

Cain Fremstad released a shot from in close during Blair-Taylor’s game against Alma/Pepin on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Blair-Taylor head coach Randy Storlie surpassed 600 wins as his team neared the conclusion of one of the most dominant seasons in Wildcat history last week. Three wins by margins of at least 28 points moved the career record for Storlie to 601-270 in his 39th season with the program. Storlie became...
A pair of convincing victories made it six in a row for the Whitehall girls basketball team. The Norse opened the week with a 41-22 win over Gilmanton last week Tuesday before topping Coulee Christian/Providence 57-26 on Thursday. The wins put Whitehall at 13-5 overall and they sit at 7-5 in...
The Whitehall boys basketball team’s winning streak was extended to five games early last week, then snapped later in the week. Whitehall pulled away from Augusta before halftime and held on for a 72-54 win last week Monday. On Thursday, however, they started slowly and couldn’t catch up to Eau...

 

 

For a few breathtaking nanoseconds after a Tom Brady third-down pass sailed wide of its intended target, it seemed as if Green Bay might have a chance. Despite another abysmal overall performance with mistakes in all three phases, it looked like the Hail Mary King would get one more chance to pull...

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