Four years a go, La Crosse Central football finished 0-7 in conference play. Since then, they’ve made big strides as a program, finishing 5-2 and tied for second in the MVC last season.
Noah Parcher is proving it’s never too late to change your college destination.
The La Crosse Central graduate signed a letter of intent to play at division two Northern Michigan Tuesday.
The La Crosse Post 52 Legion Baseball team and the West Salem Legion team met for a doubleheader in West Salem.
The Central volleyball team traveled across town to take on Logan. Before the game, both Central and Logan would present the Children’s Merical Network a check
The MVC crowned their girls tennis champions at Forest Hills on Monday afternoon. Onalaska beat out Central by one point. The Hilltoppers with 68 points, while the Red Raiders had 67.
Central traveled up I-90 to take on the Sparta Spartans at Memorial Field.
The Central Volleyball team hosted Aquinas in an MVC matchup
The second place Holmen volleyball team hosted Central.
Holmen soccer improves to 7-0-1 in the MVC after defeating La Crosse Central 4-0.
La Crosse Central keeps the Ark of Victory at home after defeating Logan 22-10. Steven Cross led the way with two TD’s for the Red Raiders.
The Central Red Raiders played their city showdown against Aquinas without star quarterback Johnny Davis (foot injury) Friday night. No problem. Treven Van Egtern
The Central Boys Soccer team traveled north to take on Onalaska at the Riders Club Road fields. The Hilltoppers would strike first when Mario Villasenor puts
Gina Knudsen had 10 kills and Cleo Tillman had 17 digs to lead Central to a 3-2 win over Onalaska Thursday night. Central started fast