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 Onalaska Hilltopper girls basketball team defeated the Central Red Raiders on Thursday night, 44-37. Lexi Miller led the way for Onalaska with 19 points,
The La Crosse Central Red Raiders used a big second half to beat the Onalaska Hilltoppers on Thursday night, 62-52. It was another dominating performance
In the first game of a boys/girls doubleheader, the Sparta girls hosted Central.
Sparta boys hosted Central in game two of a boys/girls doubleheader.
College football teams are mining some local high school football talent.
It’s national signing day Wednesday and some area stars finalizing their plans to play at the next level.
In the second game of the cross-town doubleheader, the Central and Logan boys teams go head to head.
The Onalaska/La Crosse Hockey team hosted the last MVC matchup of the season taking on Tomah/Sparta.
The Central girl’s basketball team hosted Logan in the first game of a boys/girls doubleheader at Central.
In what was a bad weather day for skiing and snowboarding, the athletes competing still stuck out the icy course conditions for the Mount La Crosse Cup.
Aquinas jumped out to a 27-8 lead and cruised to a 73-41 win over Central in an intra-city battle at Aquinas.