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 Lady Raiders took care of the West Salem Panthers on Thursday night, 50-44. Heather Opitz led the way for the Raiders with 20
Central started fast and never let up on their way to am 81-29 win over Aquinas Thursday night.
The Central boys used their relentless full court press to suffocate Holmen on their way to 75-38 win Thursday night.
The Onalaska Hilltoppers hockey team and the Avalanche square off for the second time this season at the Omni Center.
La Crosse Central and Minnehaha Academy headlined the Midwest Players Classic. The Red Raiders are ranked 2nd in the latest D2 Associated Press poll. They hosted the number one ranked Minnehaha Academy in Class 2A out of Minnesota.
Tomah hosted the Red Raiders from Central in MVC girls basketball matchup.
The Central boys used a 16-0 run midway through the first half to turn a 14 point lead into a 30-point lead, on their way to an 84-63 win over Tomah.
The Davis brothers live for the game of basketball. It is a sport their parents introduced to them at a young age. In fact, Jordan Davis’ first world was ‘basketball.'”
The Holmen Gymnastics team hosted the McLellan Memorial Invitational at Holmen High School.
The Onalaska Hilltoppers are trying to keep pace with the first place Aquinas Blugolds in conference. On Friday evening, Onalaska traveled to La Crosse Central.