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February 22, 2018 

Time to Twist and Flip
Time to Twist and Flip
Riley Nicholson, 9, Monroe, practices the vault with the help of gymnastics coach Dawn Lederman at the Green County Family YMCA Monday.


Ready for the spotlight
Branden Lange, the 6-4, 285-pound behemoth from Evansville-Albany, earned himself a first-day bye in the WIAA Division 2 heavyweight bracket at the state tournament. Lange, in blue, is 41-5 this season and will face the winner of Northwestern’s Morgan Berggren and Dan Ausloos of Oconto Falls. If all the cards fall in the right order, Lange and Monroe’s Tyson Welsch could face off in the state championship on Saturday.(Times file photo)
Branden Lange, the 6-4, 285-pound behemoth from Evansville-Albany, earned himself a first-day bye in the WIAA Division 2 heavyweight bracket at the state tournament. Lange, in blue, is 41-5 this season and will face the winner of Northwestern’s Morgan Berggren and Dan Ausloos of Oconto Falls. If all the cards fall in the right order, Lange and Monroe’s Tyson Welsch could face off in the state championship on Saturday.

(Times file photo)
ALBANY - Branden Lange, standing at 6 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing 285 pounds, is an imposing figure every time he takes the mat. The sibling rivalry the Albany junior heavyweight has with his brother and fellow state qualifier, senior Nolan Kicmol, is a driving force in his success.
Thursday, February 22, 2018


Monroe Power Sports

Green County Coyote Hunters donate to 4-H shooting sports
Thursday, February 22, 2018

Ostby, Orioles streak into Round 2
ARGYLE - When the playoffs come, the stars shine. Such was the case Wednesday as Argyle point guard Kirsten Ostby dropped 23 points to help pace the Orioles to a 68-30 win over Cambria-Friesland in the opening round of the WIAA Division 5 girls basketball playoffs.
Thursday, February 22, 2018

Leaving her mark
BRODHEAD - Erin Nyhus isn't the tallest player to go through the Brodhead girls basketball program. Nor is she the fastest. But according to head coach Brian Kammerer, no one works harder.


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Comets streak past Juda
ALBANY - The last time the Albany girls basketball team won a regional game, Albany junior Payton Zurfluh was a freshman.


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Fury advance with OT win
Wednesday, February 21, 2018






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