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Whitehall wrestling coach Ernest Peterson set a new school record for dual wins at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Holiday Duals last Thursday. A pin by Nolan Thompson clinched a 42-39 win for Whitehall over Durand to give Peterson 113 dual wins in his career, surpassing Jeff Hauser for the...
The Arcadia High School boys basketball team is back to .500 after an overtime thriller and another matchup ended with losses to nonconference opponents last week.  The Raiders fell in overtime to Stanley-Boyd last Wednesday before suffering their second loss of the week to Altoona on Friday. ...

            Arcadia’s Tatum Drazkowski scored inside during the first half of the team’s game against Fall Creek last Thursday.         (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Arcadia kept one of Wisconsin’s best Division Four girls basketball teams honest last week.  Fall Creek — ranked ninth in the division and 9-2 on the year — led by just four points at halftime of last Thursday’s nonconference girls basketball game at Arcadia High School before the visitors pulled...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro freshman Aaron Dunigan worked for a pin against Wausau West’s Jack Kostroski during a 175-pound match at the Bi-State Classic last Friday at the La Crosse Center. Dunigan placed eighth in his first time at the event, and G/M finished fifth in Division Two.           (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

One of the most anticipated wrestling tournaments in the Coulee Region ended with a Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro wrestler near the top of his weight class last weekend. Colton Koss beat his first five opponents at 106 pounds for the Titans, recording three pins, a tech fall victory and...

            Sophomore Nick Andre released a three-point shot for G-E-T during last Wednesday’s 100-68 win over Northwestern at the Aquinas High School holiday tournament.   (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau boys basketball team celebrated the holiday season last week by scoring more points than any G-E-T team in nearly 40 years and reaching the championship game in a tournament at Aquinas High School. Aquinas won the two-day tournament by taking down G-E-T in the...

            Nora Schank of Independence/Gilmanton tracked down a loose ball, preventing it from going out of bounds during their win against Cornell on Thursday.                    (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Independence/Gilmanton girls basketball team took control of one game early and lost another late last week. The Indees scored 15 of the first 20 points of a 64-28 home win over Cornell (1-7_ last Thursday. On Friday, they hung with Cashton (9-2) for most of the game, but the Eagles went on a...

            Whitehall’s Olivia Killian saved the ball from going out of bounds during their game against Alma/Pepin last Thursday.   (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Alma/Pepin came out firing, but Whitehall was able to take the early blows and come away with a 44-42 win. The Eagles drilled three shots from behind the three-point line early in the game as they took an 11-2 lead. They didn’t slow down much in the first half as they made six threes in the first...
The Whitehall boys basketball team made it four straight as the team improved its record to 6-1 with two road wins last week. The Norse opened with a convincing 73-49 Dairyland Conference win over Augusta last week Tuesday. On Thursday, the team hit the road and buffaloed Mondovi 63-37. No further...
The Arcadia High School wrestling team had plenty on their plate last week as they hit the midway point of the 2023-24 season. Arcadia beat Black River Falls in a Coulee Conference dual last Tuesday and also competed in a tournament last Friday. The Raiders have the Northern Badger Wrestling...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro high school wrestling co-op continues to win as the calendar prepares to flip to 2024. The Titans beat all three of their opponents in a quad meet last Thursday in Cadott, taking down Black River Falls, Ladysmith and Cadott. A trip to the Bi-State...

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