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The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team ended Coulee Conference play with a victory over Black River Falls last week, two days after dropping a tight game with Westby. At the start of this week, the Red Hawks were 6-12 this season and ended their Coulee schedule with a 5-7 record. A...
Arcadia put a bow on a season aimed toward getting younger players experience last week, and the Raider softball team will hope to keep those new experiences coming as playoffs loom. The Raiders capped off the 2024 regular season with a victory over Melrose-Mindoro last week and boast a 12-6 record...

            Whitehall’s Riley Herman fired a pitch during the team’s game against Melrose-Mindoro last week Tuesday.       (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall baseball team won two of three games in Dairyland Conference play last week. Whitehall got off to fast starts in all three games. The team scored the first six runs in a 9-5 win over Augusta last week Monday. On Tuesday, they scored three in the first, but only managed one the rest of...

            Whitehall’s Olivia Killian secured an out during their regional game against Onalaska Luther last Thursday.          (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall softball team’s season ended with two losses last week. The Norse closed the regular season with an 8-2 loss to Augusta in Dairyland Conference play. The seventh seed battled (10) Onalaska Luther in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association regional quarterfinal game at home...

            Simon Haines chipped to the pin during last Tuesday’s Coulee Conference championship meet at Drugan’s Castle Mound Golf Course in Holmen. Haines shot a 98 and Arcadia finished sixth of seven teams.          (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Consistent scores throughout the 2024 season and another strong showing at last Tuesday’s Coulee Conference golf championship earned Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau junior Nic Jumper a Second Team All-Conference award. Jumper, whose 86 at the par-71 Drugan’s Castle Mound Golf Course was the ninth-best...
The Independence/Gilmanton baseball team is getting hot at the right time. The Indees won four Dairyland Conference games last week to surge into third place in the DC standings with an 8-4 record. I/G began the week with a 9-3 win over Pepin/Alma on Monday before pulling away from Eau Claire...
After a promising start to the season, the Independence/Gilmanton softball team was never able to get back on track. I/G won its first three games, including a victory over one of the top teams in the Dairyland Conference, Cochrane-Fountain City. However, the Indees struggled from there, finishing...
The regular season is officially in the rearview mirror for the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School softball team. The Red Hawks lost a pair of games last week to end the regular season with a 9-10 record. Coach Nate DeJager’s team finished third in the Coulee Conference at 8-4. Regional playoffs...

            Arcadia’s Jerson Sanchez pushed across the finish line to win the 110 hurdles at the Chuck Walek Invitational in Whitehall on Thursday with Hayden Thoma of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau coming in shortly after.   (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Arcadia boys and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls track and field teams topped a meet that featured all five schools in the Times coverage area last Thursday. The Raider boys scored 144 points, edging G-E-T (136.5) for the title while Whitehall was fifth (50), Blair-Taylor, sixth (47) and...

 Arcadia senior Devon Baier threw to a teammate at first base searching for the double play after getting an out at second base in last Tuesday’s 5-5 tie against Luther in Onalaska.        (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

An extended effort ended with a tie in the longest game of the 2024 season for Arcadia High School’s baseball team last week. Arcadia played 14 innings of baseball — two full games’ worth — at Luther High School last Thursday to end Coulee Conference play. The game followed a tight loss in Black...

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