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Central, Logan both win big in Week 2 of high school football

A multi-dimensional effort from quarterback Johnny Davis led Central High School’s football team to a 44-12 win over Eau claire Memorial on Thursday night. The Red Raiders raced out to a 31-6 halftime lead and never looked back. Davis had 235 passing yards and 79 more rushing, accounting for four touchdowns — three in the […]

After 4 years, La Crosse baseball ‘walk of fame’ gets the OK from city

A baseball walk of fame is in the works for the entrance to Copeland Park. The names of people well-known for baseball locally, from ‘Kootch’ Carroll to Dick Ghelfi to Damien Miller, will be displayed on plaques at the stadium and in granite markers on the walkway. You can donate to the cause clicking here. […]

Crew Wins 4th Straight

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NCAA DIII track and field national championships begin today at UW-La Crosse

It’s the first of a pair of busy track and field weekends in La Crosse. Today, collegiate athletes from across the country are flocking to town to compete in the Division III National Track and Field Championships. Next week, high school athletes will replace them for the WIAA state meet. This is the second time in the past five […]

Deal finally approved between city and soccer group for Fields for Kids

Stability for another 10 years for the group renting soccer fields from La Crosse. Thursday night, the La Crosse city council approved a new lease arrangement with Rush Wisconsin West for Field for Kids in the marsh. The 10-year agreement was hammered out after months of negotiations and is a much more specific arrangement than […]

Central’s quest for back-to-back state titles begins today

Central High School hopes to get back-to-back state championships in boys basketball. But, to get the state title for the second consecutive year, the second-ranked Red Raiders (24-2) must first beat fourth-ranked Milwaukee Washington (23-3) in the WIAA Division 2 semifinals at the Kohl Center in Madison today. Coverage on WKTY 96.7 FM / 580 […]

WIAA: Schools decide if athletes convicted of crimes can play

There is nothing going against the rules with a freshly convicted felon playing in the WIAA state boys basketball tournament this weekend.  It’s the case of Deontay Long at Milwaukee Washington. He was charged with armed robbery last year and convicted in January. Despite the guilty plea, Long is eligible to play against La Crosse […]

High School Basketball Videostreaming Week of 1/25

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