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A 13-0 halftime deficit that remained a 19-8 hole early in the fourth quarter did not phase the Blair-Taylor football team, who came back for a dramatic road win Friday against Pepin/Alma. Wildcat quarterback Cain Fremstad led the effort with a score through the air and on the ground, pulling B-T...
The Whitehall volleyball team continued to roll last week, winning two more matches in three sets. Whitehall started the week with a 3-0 win over Augusta with all three wins coming by at least five points. Their sweep over Eleva-Strum was even more lopsided as the closest the Cardinals got was six...
The Whitehall boys cross country team finished second in the Dairyland Conference championship meet, hosted by Melrose-Mindoro last week Monday. The meet was the first that included all of the DC schools as all previous meets had split the schools up. Whitehall had won almost all of its previous...
While the pernicious use of racial justice messaging on National Basketball Association jerseys and courts did not allow viewers to forget at least one of the major issues facing us in 2020, it did provide a remarkable escape from another. Sports have become even more of an exercise of holding one’...

Ryann Duffenbach of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau spiked during the Red Hawks' 3-1 loss to Arcadia on Friday.            (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

A road sweep of Viroqua and a home loss to Arcadia rounded out the week for Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls volleyball. The Red Hawks finished off Viroqua in a close third set last Tuesday, and fell in a closely-contested 3-1 loss to Arcadia on Friday. Their 1-1 week brings them to 3-6 overall on...

Chloe Halverson of Arcadia spiked over a Red Hawk defender during the Raiders' 3-1 win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau on Friday.            (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The Arcadia volleyball team got off to a slow start in their first action in nearly three weeks, but they rebounded with a win. The Raiders had been off since right after the season started due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the school district. Their first match in 19 days proved to be a tough one as...
After a five-set loss on Tuesday, the Independence volleyball team rebounded with a sweep on Thursday to split two road matches. The Indees led Melrose-Mindoro 2-1 last week Tuesday, but the Mustangs outscored them 40-26 in the final two sets to get the match win. On Thursday, Independence won two...
After taking an early lead, the Independence/Gilmanton football team was unable to go blow-for-blow with Melrose-Mindoro, losing 28-14 on Friday. The game was I/G’s first road contest of the season and they came out strong with a touchdown on their first possession, but the Mustangs scored 21...

Teagan Michalak of Arcadia finished first while Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Adrianna Rotering was third at the Coulee Conference Championship at Vernon County Fairgrounds last week.            (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Arcadia’s Teagan Michalak and the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls took victories at the Coulee Conference Championship held last Tuesday at Vernon County Fairgrounds. The wins highlighted area performances among Raider and Red Hawk runners, which also included a second-place finish for the G-E-T...

            Alivia Boe served during Blair-Taylor’s match against Alma/Pepin last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Blair-Taylor volleyball team took Alma/Pepin the distance twice last week, but could not close out either contest in a pair of five-set losses. The week started on the road in Alma, where the Wildcats won the opening set before faltering in three of the next four. All five sets were more evenly...

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