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Creed Brenner of Independence put up a shot in the lane during their game against Augusta last week.

(Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After beginning the week with a blowout win, the Independence boys basketball team suffered two double-digit losses. The Indees had their second-highest point total of the season in a 74-49 non-conference win over Coulee Christian last week Monday. On Tuesday and Thursday, however, they were held...

Cassy Schmitz of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau eyed the basket while guarded by a pair of Viking defenders during the Red Hawks' 50-41 loss to Holmen last Tuesday.

(Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The first week after an injury to one of their leading scorers was a rough one for the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau girls basketball team. A Red Hawk team that looked to be turning the corner with five-straight wins in January has now dropped four straight, including three last week on the road in...

Kyle Scherr of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau rose for a layup during the Red Hawks' loss to West Salem on Friday. (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau boys entered last week very much in control of their own destiny in the Coulee Conference, but now find themselves relying on help and looking ahead to postseason seeding. The Red Hawks faced the top two teams in their conference while entering the week in a three-way...

James Breska of Whitehall went up for a layup as Arcadia’s Michael Schweisthal attempted to block his shot during their game last week Monday. (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The week looked like it was going to get off to a good start for the Arcadia boys basketball team, but they lost an early lead and ended up with two losses. The Raiders were in complete control leading Whitehall 17-4, but the Norse chipped away and tied the game by halftime before winning 61-56 (...
Playing without one of the team’s few seniors, the Independence girls basketball team struggled on the road early last week before ending with a close win against Whitehall. Independence couldn’t get its offense going without Brianna Truog — second on the team in points and rebounds — in the lineup...

Linzy Sendelbach of Arcadia fired a layup over G-E-T defender Rachel Amoth during the Raiders' 70-30 win over G-E-T last Tuesday.

The Arcadia girls basketball team asserted their dominance in the Coulee Conference with a runaway win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau to improve to 8-0 in conference play last Tuesday. The Raiders frontcourt duo of Linzy Sendelbach and Ellie Hoesley wreaked havoc on the Red Hawk defense throughout...
The Blair-Taylor boys took two of three away from their home court last week, including a Dairyland Conference victory. B-T fell in a wave of free-throws last Monday to Loyal, who came back to upset the Wildcats with a surprising second half. Then on Thursday at Augusta, the Wildcats tallied their...
The Whitehall wrestling team picked up its first Dairyland Conference win of the season as forfeits prevented their match against Cochrane-Fountain City from being competitive. After Whitehall scored the first 18 points, all on forfeits, C-FC won two matches to get within eight, but forfeits and...
In a matchup of two of the area's top teams, the Arcadia girls basketball team couldn't keep up.The Raiders trailed Onalaska by six at halftime, but couldn't get going in the second half as the Hilltoppers stayed ahead and won by nine. The loss dropped Arcadia to 12-3 on the season, while improving...
After struggling offensively in one game, the Independence girls basketball team rebounded with a road win last week. Alma Center Lincoln took control late in the first half of the game last week Tuesday as the Indees had a difficult time getting any shots to fall, losing 51-30. On Friday, however...

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