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            Evan Nehring of Blair-Taylor secured the game-clinching touchdown catch during their game against Independence/Gilmanton on Friday.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

When the Blair-Taylor High School Homecoming game was on the line, the king of the annual celebration made plays to put Independence/Gilmanton away. The Indees had the ball with a chance to tie the game in the fourth quarter before Cain Fremstad, voted 2021 Homecoming King, intercepted a pass and...

            Arcadia’s Ryan Sokup turned the corner after taking a handoff in a Coulee Conference football game against Westby last Friday. Sokup finished the day with 86 yards rushing and a touchdown on the ground, 69 yards receiving and two interceptions on defense.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

As Arcadia football coach Derek Updike was watching the Wisconsin Badgers football team take on Penn State two weekends ago, he wished Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst would have relied more on play action late in the game.  And while he paced the sideline late in the fourth quarter of his team’s game...

 

 

The Independence/Gilmanton football team’s offense had its best showing this season, but they weren’t able to finish drives and their defense couldn’t stop Augusta. The Indees had a couple of promising drives in the first half, but they weren’t able to finish them with points. Augusta, meanwhile,...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau senior Kayli Bratberg set the ball during a tournament at Viterbo University on Saturday. G-E-T went 1-2 at the tournament, highlighted by a 2-0 win over Eleva-Strum.            (Times photographs by Benjamin Pierce)

The Gale-Ettrick Trempealeau High School volleyball team spent its weekend at a tournament at Viterbo University, coming home with a win and two losses.  The tournament was hosted by La Crosse Aquinas, one of two teams — along with La Crescent — to defeat G-E-T. The Red Hawks ended with a win over...
Cain Fremstad’s passing stats in Friday’s Dairyland Conference game against Eleva-Strum last Friday likely won’t stick out as a high note when the Blair-Taylor senior looks back on his final season of high school football.  His performance on the ground, however, will give him plenty to smile about...
Arcadia High School senior Hallie Tulip tacked another win onto her resumé in a Coulee Conference girls golf meet on Thursday.  Tulip powered the Raiders to victory, carding an event-low score of 40 on the par-36 The Pines at Lake Arrowhead Golf Course.  The senior won the event by 11 strokes, just...
It wasn’t easy, but a couple of fourth down conversions helped the Arcadia football team pull away from Amery for a 28-16 road win Friday night. The Raiders led 14-10 late in the third quarter before converting on a fourth down for a touchdown. They later turned another fourth down into a touchdown...
The Arcadia volleyball team struggled offensively as they lost two Coulee Conference matches last week. The Raiders won one of seven sets, but only scored more than 20 points in one other set. The week began with a 3-0 loss at Black River Falls last week Tuesday before they fell to Onalaska Luther...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School volleyball team opened the season with a loss to Westby on Tuesday.  The Red Hawks lost the Coulee Conference match in three sets to the visiting Norsemen before hosting Black River Falls on Thursday. G-E-T battled back to win the second set after losing the...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau junior running back Brady Seiling (29) fought off numerous tackles during a 26-6 Coulee Conference loss to Black River Falls on Friday.                        (Times photographs by Benjamin Pierce)

As time ticked away late in the second quarter of a Coulee Conference football game at Gale-Ettrick Trempealeau High School on Friday, the host Red Hawks looked to be finding their groove on offense. After the G-E-T defense stopped Black River Falls on fourth down near the 30-yard line with the...

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