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With four tournament champions, the Blair-Taylor wrestling team took second at the Lee Griffin Invitational at Kickapoo on Saturday. The Wildcats got first-place finishes from Ryan Flynn (138), Jackson Shramek (182), Bryan Rogstad (195) and Dylan Elvaker (220) to finish second in the team standings...
The Blair-Taylor girls basketball team went on a run early in the second half to take control of a game they likely had circled on their calendars. While Bangor graduated some of the players from its 26-3 squad that defeated B-T twice last season – the only two losses B-T suffered – the Cardinals...
The Blair-Taylor boys basketball team got off to a couple of slow starts as it lost two games last week. The Wildcats managed just 15 first half points in a 46-35 loss in Melrose-Mindoro last Friday. Their offense picked up the next day at home against Bangor, but B-T’s defense struggled in an 80-...

            Grant Olson of Whitehall released a shot in the lane during their game against Cochrane-Fountain City on Friday.         (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After two fairly convincing wins in Dairyland Conference play, the Whitehall boys basketball team lost a nonconference game last week. The Norse were dominant from the opening minutes of their game last Tuesday against Eleva-Strum, winning 84-32. On Friday, Whitehall went on a streak to begin the...

            Whitehall’s Norah Youngbauer shot a layup with Independence’s Adison Pronschinske defending during their game last Thursday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

  The Whitehall girls basketball team won the most important game it had last week, but lost two others. The Norse held off a couple of Independence rallies to beat the Indees 50-43 last Thursday. That came after a 65-32 loss to Cadott on Tuesday and before a 64-40 loss to Eau Claire Regis on...

            Arcadia forward Alyssa Schank drew a foul from Luther senior Ayren Bateman as she drove the lane in a 62-22 Luther win last Friday. Arcadia falls to 2-2 in conference play with the loss. (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

In the opening minutes of last Friday’s Coulee Conference girls basketball game at Luther High School, it seemed as if the teams would trade scoring all game long. Arcadia and the Knights were tied at five and swapping possession when the visitors began to get antsy with the ball. Instead of...
The Blair-Taylor boys basketball team broke out offensively as they put up 44 points in the second half of an 80-73 win over Cashton. B-T coach Randy Storlie said the Eagles (4-2) received votes as one of the 10 best teams in Division Four in the most recent statewide polls, but his team overcame...
Three Blair-Taylor wrestlers placed as they finished sixth in Division Three at the Northern Badger Classic at River Falls last Thursday and Friday. Arcadia also competed in the event and had one wrestler place as they were 13th in Divison Two. There were 45 teams competing in the tournament, with...
The Arcadia Raiders shot just 28 percent from the floor in nonconference action last Tuesday, and turnovers sealed their fate in an 85-30 loss to Fall Creek in girls basketball. The Raiders are scheduled to visit Luther (3-7 overall, 2-1 Coulee Conference) this Friday. Fall Creek 85 Arcadia 30 A...
If the Independence girls basketball team didn’t score a single point in the second half of its game against Gilmanton last week Tuesday, it still would’ve won by double digits. The Indees were in complete control from the opening tip as they cruised to a 60-17 Dairyland Conference win. The win put...

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