La Crosse, Wisc. (WXOW)- La Crosse Central’s Jordan and Johnny Davis have been teammates their whole life. They will continue to play with each other at the college level. The
La Crosse, Wisc. (WXOW)- La Crosse Central’s Jordan and Johnny Davis have been teammates their whole life. They will continue to play with each other
La Crosse, Wisc. (WXOW)- After what seemed to be a bitterly cold spring…Things warming up today significantly. Onalaska Landon Peterson burning up the track. Peterson
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.
The showdown between La Crosse Central and Onalaska had major MVC title implications and regional seeding importance when the playoffs roll around. Central ranked 2nd in the latest Associated Press Division 2 poll, while Onalaska is ranked 4th.
The Sparta girls basketball team traveled to La Crosse Central but were unable to leave with a victory.
The Central boys opened their game with Sparta on an 18-3 run which ballooned to a 27-5 lead on their way to a 92-60 win over the Spartans.
The Onalaska/La Crosse boys hockey team hosted the Waukesha Wings at the Omni Center.
Onalaska, Central, and Sparta were the only undefeated teams in the MVC entering Friday night. Onalaska and Sparta met at the Deeth Field House on Friday evening. Onalaska 8-1 and Sparta 9-2.