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Arcadia softball coach Dave Bjorge was pleased with the improvement his team showed from its first game to its second, even if it ended in a loss. The Raiders opened their season in Holmen on Friday as they allowed seven unearned runs in a 12-2 loss. The team was in action again the next day and...

             G-E-T's Ethan Stoner swung on a pitch in a 9-4 loss to La Crosse Logan at G-E-T Middle School last Friday.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team opened its season last Friday, taking a 9-4 loss at the hands of La Crosse Logan at G-E-T Middle School. Logan worked to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, scoring on a wild pitch before adding runs on a sacrifice fly and a walk with the bases...

            Arcadia’s Carson Martin prepared to tag out Independence/Gilmanton’s Tyler Kingsbury at the plate during their game on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Four Arcadia errors in the last two innings helped the Independence/Gilmanton baseball team pick up the come-from-behind win on Friday. Arcadia, playing in its first game, had a 2-0 lead, but three straight Arcadia errors were followed by a double in the sixth inning. The Indees took the lead in...
The Independence/Gilmanton softball team couldn’t recover after allowing nine runs in the bottom of the first inning. The Indees scored six runs combined in the last two innings, but they fell one short in a 10-9 loss.  The loss put I/G at 0-1 to start the season before they hosted Pepin/Alma on...

            G-E-T senior Genna O'Neill delivered a pitch late in a 12-6 win over La Crosse Central last Friday. The reigning Coulee Conference player of the year finished with eight strikeouts.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

After one and a half innings last Friday, the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau softball team was facing its first deficit of the young 2022 season. La Crosse Central had just taken a 1-0 lead on an RBI double, and the Red Hawks were in need of a response. Their answer was a seven-run second inning, one...

            Blair-Taylor second baseman Madalynn Frederixon secured an out during their game against Fall Creek last week Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Blair-Taylor softball team found itself in an unusual position early in its first game of the season, but a four-run third inning put them back in control. Playing its first game in the typical cold, windy Wisconsin spring conditions, the Wildcats trailed 2-1 after two and a half innings. With...
I was so excited for spring. There was that one day last week where the weather was beautiful and there were hidden tones of spring everywhere. There was the warmth of sunlight on my back (no, seriously), windows were down on every car I met on the highway and spring sports practices were set to...
Players from Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau earned the Coulee Conference’s top honors in boys and girls basketball.  Sophomore Cody Schmitz and senior Lindsey Lettner were both named the CC Athletes of the Year in their respective sport. Schmitz honor came just before he earned all-state honors (see...
The Arcadia High School gymnastics program could have a larger pool of future gymnasts after a school board decision last Monday. The district school board unanimously approved entering a gymnastics co-op with Independence High School at its meeting Monday. Board president Paul Servais was absent....

            Arcadia’s Tegan Michalak competed in the 1600 at the Northern Badger Classic in Menomonie on Saturday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

 

The Arcadia boys and girls track teams didn’t have a lot of depth at the Northern Badger Classic on Saturday, but they did manage a few top-three finishes. The Raider boys team finished eighth overall with three top-three finishes at the meet held at University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie. The...

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