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West Salem will look to slow down dynamic Central offense regular-season finale

An offense that’s humming headed into the regular-season finale makes it a big challenge for an opponent. That’s where West Salem High School’s football team finds itself this week, looking to stop Central at 7 p.m. Friday at home. With almost 600 yards receiving and seven touchdowns, defenses will take notice. Stopping Central’s Jordan Davis, […]

UW-La Crosse football team’s attitude still positive after UW-Whitewater loss

It’s been a tough start to the season for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse football team. Expected to continue its success off of an 8-2 season last year, the Eagles have started 2-2. UW-L had a 7-3 lead Saturday home against UW-Whitewater, but watched that turn into a 30-7 loss. Coach Mike Schmidt, on WKTY’s […]

Implications high in Week 6 conference HS football games

It’s a big night in the Mississippi Valley Conference tonight. Two teams are trying to remain undefeated. Tied atop the MVC, Onalaska’s high school football team goes on the road to take on Tomah. Holmen, which is tied with the Hilltoppers at 3-0, makes heads to Memorial Field to face Aquinas. That game can be […]

Several high school football games moved to Thursday night

It’ll be Thursday night football this week in the La Crosse area. Several high school football games have been rescheduled to tonight given the likelihood of severe weather Friday. This includes games at Central, Logan, Onalaska, Luther and Holmen. The Logan-Eau Claire North game can be heard at 6:45 p.m. on WIZM 92.3 FM / […]

Central boys basketball accepts invite to prestigious Florida tourney

Central High School’s boys basketball team is taking its talents to south beach this winter. Well, close enough. The Red Raiders have accepted an invitation to play in the City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers, Fla. “They had over 80 kids who had been drafted in the first round of the NBA draft that […]

Aquinas football to compete in Coulee Conference in 2020

The Wisconsin High School Coaches Association has said its piece about all the conference realignment talk for football going on in the state. In it, Aquinas would compete in the Coulee Conference starting in 2020, which is a lot closer to home than its current situation. Right now, the Blugolds are scheduled to compete in […]

After 2 state titles in last 3 years, Bangor football coach resigns

He’s been the high school football coach at Bangor for the past 18 seasons. Wednesday night, however, the school board accepted the resignation of Rick Mullenberg. Bangor won a state title two of the past three seasons, and lost to the eventual state champs in season inbetween a game away from Camp Randall. Mullenberg won […]

UW-L football coach says there must be caution online in wake of Hader tweets

With Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader’s old tweets coming back to haunt him this week, it again highlights some of the dangers of social media. The tweets, from 2011 and 2012 were homophobic and racist in nature. They earned Hader some time in sensitivity training. And, while Twitter has gotten people in trouble in one […]

Kayak bass fishing tourney in La Crosse, open to public, with prize $10,000

It seems like there’s been quite a few fishing tournaments in the La Crosse area this summer. Add one more to the list, as the Kayak Bass Fishing Open begins at 6 a.m. Friday and runs through 4 p.m. Saturday. It’s one of only five events this year that doesn’t require membership, meaning anyone can […]

Walk with Warriors Saturday: 2.2 miles to signify the 22 vets that commit suicide daily

Everyday, 22 veterans in the U.S. commit suicide. It’s a staggering number but one significant Saturday for a group hoping to bring awareness to it.  The 2.2-mile Walk with Warriors begins at 10 a.m. at the Onalaska American Legion Post 336 (map). The first year had 20 participants but it was a little more intense — […]

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