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Whether it comes in the next few months or years, the Green Bay Packers are poised to move on from their second-consecutive sure-fire Hall of Fame quarterback. This is news to no one at this point. In this season of gift-giving and receiving however, I find myself despite the Packers’ recent...

Luke Beighley of Whitehall made his move along the baseline during their game against Melrose-Mindoro on Tuesday of last week.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

It was a tough start to the season for the Whitehall boys basketball team as they fell behind big early in two losses last week. The Norse were competitive with Melrose-Mindoro for much of the first half, then the Mustangs went on a run to take a 20-point lead before pulling away again late for a...
After a close Dairyland Conference loss, the Independence girls basketball team got a record performance from senior Ziy Conner in a nonconference win. The Indees fell behind in the Dairyland Conference Small Divison standings as a 19-0 run wasn’t enough to defeat Alma Center Lincoln last week...
The Independence/Gilmanton wrestling team won six of the seven matches that were settled on the mat as they opened the season with a 48-12 win over Mondovi. The Indees got pins from Gavin Bragger (195), Gracie Rombalski (106), Gabe Pietrek (120), Gael Leon (132), Jackson Konter (138) and Ethan...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls basketball team found themselves chasing more often than they would have liked in a 9-15 season last year. The offense missed contributions from the school’s all-time leading scorer, 2019 graduate Lexi Wagner (21.3 points per game), along with a high-powered...
A five-team late-season race for the Coulee Conference title last season ended up with Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau finishing a game out of the top spot, behind rival West Salem. As the Red Hawks look ahead to 2020-2021, they embark on a new season without five of their top six scorers from a season...
The loss of six seniors — including two who scored more than 1,000 points in their careers — and the head coach from last year’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association state-qualifying team haven’t done much to change expectations, at least in the regular season. “The expectations we have...

            Wildcat Kierstyn Kindschy attempted a running layup during Blair-Taylor's 58-51 win over Whitehall on Friday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Blair-Taylor girls basketball got their season off to a 1-0 start Friday, edging past Whitehall in a game that was close throughout. Missed opportunities at the line played a role at both ends of the court, but B-T’s nine of 21 attempts ultimately helped them pull away late over Whitehall’s seven...
Blair-Taylor boys basketball got their season started with a convincing win over Loyal at home on Saturday. The Wildcats overpowered the Greyhounds, steadily expanding a 10-point halftime lead as the game wore on. “It was a good first game, but we have things to improve on for sure,” said B-T head...
Two Whitehall volleyball players broke up a string of Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran players on the All-Dairyland Conference First Team, announced last week. Allison Koepke and Nylah Lisowski were both first-team honors, making Whitehall the only team outside of ECIL to have more than one player on...

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