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Kyle Steien of Blair-Taylor put up a shot during their game against Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Two more Dairyland Conference wins last week pushed the winning streak to eight for the Blair-Taylor boys basketball team. The Wildcats survived a tough shooting night for both teams last Tuesday at home against Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran, before rounding out their week with a road win over...
Back to full health, the Whitehall girls basketball team came away with three convincing Dairyland Conference wins last week. While the final margin of last week Monday’s win was just eight points, the Norse were in control of the game against Augusta for most of the contest. They had little...

            Whitehall’s Kevin Carroll dribbled along the baseline during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall boys basketball team appears to be hitting its stride with two wins last week, making it four in a row. The Norse were able to take control of both games in the first half as they held on for a 64-46 win over Alma/Pepin last week Tuesday and a 52-36 victory over Cochrane-Fountain City...

 

 

The very first draft pick of Ted Thompson’s career as general manager in Green Bay was Aaron Rodgers. He had risen to the job of GM after starting as a scout with the Packers back in 1992 and being recruited to join the Seahawks by Mike Holmgren from 1999 to 2005. That first pick of his tenure was...

Kianna Suchla of Arcadia shot a layup during the Raiders' loss to West Salem last Tuesday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Two more losses last week made it four straight for the Arcadia girls basketball team and delivered a significant blow to their hopes for winning a second straight Coulee Conference title. Both of Arcadia’s losses last week were to conference contenders as they fell to West Salem 78-48 last week...

Cody Schmitz of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau shot a layup during the Red Hawks' 53-44 loss to Arcadia last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Entering with a chance to bounce back in the Coulee Conference, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau boys basketball dropped two games last week. The Red Hawks fell narrowly to Arcadia last Monday (see story elsewhere in sports), before taking a convincing loss to conference leader Onalaska Luther on Thursday...

 Carson Pehler of Arcadia drove to the paint with Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Luke Vance defending during the Raiders' 53-44 win over the Red Hawks last Monday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

After beginning the week with a nine-point win, the Arcadia boys basketball team ended it with a 10-point loss. The Raiders were able to fight off a late Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau run last week Monday as they held the Red Hawks to just four points in the final six minutes of the game to come away...
Blair-Taylor girls basketball team secured wins in two of their three games last week, all of which were against Dairyland Conference opponents. The Wildcats began the week last Monday with a loss to Cochrane-Fountain City in a battle of Dairyland Large leaders. Then on Thursday, B-T earned a road...

Independence’s Alex Pfaff took a contested shot during their game against Melrose-Mindoro on Friday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Defensive struggles were a consistent theme for the Independence boys basketball team as they lost two of three games last week. The defense struggled in Independence’s only win, allowing 75 points, but they topped that with a season-best 89 points for a non-conference win over New Lisbon....
With two outright wins and a tiebreaker, the Independence/Gilmanton wrestling team went 3-0 at a quadrangular held at Cochrane-Fountain City on Friday. The Indees picked up wins of 54-18 over C-FC and 45-9 over Richland Center before winning the tiebreaker after a 36-36 dual against De Soto. I/G...

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