Sports

Blair-Taylor boys basketball coach Randy Storlie said his team finally put together two good games in a row as they picked up a pair of wins last week.  The Wildcats had a two-point lead at halftime at Cochrane-Fountain City before breaking the game open for a 15-point win last Friday. They were...

            Arcadia senior Connor Weltzien drew a foul as he let a shot fly in the lane during last Friday’s 83-43 loss at West Salem High School. The Panthers, the top ranked team in Division Three, overcame an early Arcadia lead to win.  (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

There are tough weeks on every prep basketball team’s schedule, and the Arcadia boys team last week faced possibly its toughest of 2022-23. Coulee Conference foe Luther is ranked fifth in Division Four, and they took care of the Raiders in a tight battle on Tuesday. Previously undefeated West Salem...

            Trista Thill performed her beam routine at the McLellan Invite at Holmen High School last Saturday. Thill finished third in the event with a 9.15. (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Top of the podium. That’s where fans could find the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro/Cochrane-Fountain City (GMC) high school gymnastics co-op last Saturday, as the squad worked their way to a first place finish at the McLellan Invite in Holmen. All five varsity gymnasts for GMC finished...

            Whitehall’s Preston Schroeder put up a shot during their game against Independence on Thursday.                      (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall boys basketball team had three of its highest-scoring games of the season as it won all three last week. The Norse finished Tuesday’s game at home against Mondovi strong as they scored 73 points in a six-point win. On Thursday, they put up a new season-high 87 points as they finished...

            Whitehall’s Frank Juresh went for a takedown during his match at Tuesday’s dual against Osseo-Fairchild/Augusta.      (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall wrestling team received seven forfeits and picked up two pins in a nonconference dual win over Osseo-Fairchild/Augusta. The teams were tied at 18 before Whitehall’s Ashton Hanson (132), Oriah Anderson (138), Matthew Poulos (145) and Brandon Fonstad (152) all received forfeits. Then...

Independence’s Ben Pyka put up a shot in the lane during their game against Alma Center Lincoln on Friday.     (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Independence boys basketball team failed to top 40 points as it lost two games last week. The Indees managed just 15 first half points in a 66-36 loss to Cashton last week Monday. On Friday, they scored 15 in the second half of a 44-40 loss to Alma Center Lincoln. Both games were played at home...
An explosive second half was key for the G-E-T boys basketball team in a matchup with county rival Arcadia last Thursday. The Red Hawks dominated after halftime, outscoring the visiting Raiders 48-20 to turn a six-point halftime lead into a 75-41 win. A Friday loss to Coulee Conference leader West...
Shayna Kirkey scored a career best 22 points and the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School girls basketball team earned its second win of the season on Friday.  The Red Hawks edged Black River Falls 43-39 on the road to improve to 2-2 in Coulee Conference play and 2-9 overall. The Tigers (0-8, 0-4)...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro Titans held Arcadia to just three wins in a home wrestling dual at Melrose-Mindoro High School on Thursday. The Titans won the event 63-18, collecting seven pins along the way. Arcadia scored all 18 of its points through pins—Ivan Aguilar took down G/M’s...
A second place finish in the all-around from senior Abby Miller helped the G-E-T/Melrose-Mindoro/C-FC (GMC) gymnastics team to a second place team finish at a Saturday invitational in Mt. Horeb. The team will hope to keep the top finishes coming when they continue competition at another...

Pages

Special Sections

Trempealeau County Times

36435 Main St.
P.O. Box 95
Whitehall, WI 54773

715-538-4765 (phone)

715-538-4540 (fax)

Comment Here