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After losing four straight, the Arcadia softball team got off the schneid in a big way, sweeping Viroqua in a doubleheader last week Monday. Arcadia’s bats came alive as they scored a combined 27 runs in the two wins, the first being a 13-3 victory and the second won by a score of 14-6. The wins...
With two third-place finishes last week, the Whitehall golf team locked up the top spot behind Eleva-Strum and Cochrane-Fountain City in the Dairyland Conference. By winning two straight DC matches, C-FC made the top of the standings interesting, but the Cardinals finished with a win to lock up the...

            Whitehall’s Aubrea Smieja delivered a pitch during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City last Wednesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

A week after allowing 40 runs in two games, the Whitehall softball team surrendered 39 in two losses last week. Unlike two weeks ago when the Norse were outscored 40-2, they were able to have success at the plate. The Norse put up 10 runs against Alma Center Lincoln last week Monday, but still lost...
The Independence/Gilmanton boys team snuck out a close win, while the Blair-Taylor girls cruised to the team title at the Dairyland Conference meet hosted by I/G last week Monday. The Indee boys needed just about every point they could get as they defeated B-T by three points for the team title....
The Independence/Gilmanton softball team scored the first seven runs then pulled away with three in the seventh to take a Dairyland Conference slugfest over Pepin/Alma on Friday. The teams combined for 32 hits in the game; P/A had 17, but the Indees came out ahead on the scoreboard to pick up the...
Blair-Taylor baseball won one of their three contests last week, dropping them below .500 on the season. The Wildcats faced three Dairyland Conference opponents last week, including losses last Monday and Wednesday to Cochrane-Fountain City and Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran respectively. They...

            Chandler Sonsalla of Arcadia putted during his medalist score of 73 at the Coulee Conference tournament at Trempealeau Mountain last Wednesday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The Coulee Conference golf tournament at Trempealeau Mountain last Wednesday ended in a tie for the top score between area teams from Arcadia and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau. The Raiders and Red Hawks each tallied team scores of 341, which, along with Black River Falls finishing third, allowed the...

            Whitehall’s Devon McCune won a race to first base during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City last Wednesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

In one game the Whitehall baseball team was able to pull away late, but in the other their offense was quiet in the final two innings. The Norse had a big lead early against Alma Center Lincoln, but they needed a big inning late to put the game away last week Monday. On Wednesday, they fell behind...

            Lexi Lofgren of Blair-Taylor threw to first for an out during their game against Eleva-Strum on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After each throwing their own no-hitters individually already this year, Lindsay Steien, Chloe Wagner and Abby Thompson combined for the fourth no-hitter for the Wildcats this season last week. Each pitched a no-hit inning against Eleva-Strum to secure a three-inning mercy rule victory over the...

            Quinn Wenthe of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau competed in the 100 hurdles at the Fredrickson-Sonnentag Invitational in Arcadia last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

In one of their final tune-ups prior to the Coulee Conference meet this week, the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau track team showed themselves to be contenders for the conference title. The Red Hawk girls won their meet, while the boys finished 10 points off of West Salem for the top team finish at the...

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