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 — […]
No more tackle football for fifth and sixth graders for the city of Onalaska. The parks and rec. department there has eliminated the program, instead going with something closer to flag football. Players will now work with a device called the Tackle Bar, which helps teach students form tackling. Parks and rec director Dan Wick […]
Head Football Coach of the Onalaska Hilltoppers Tom Yashinsky joins Dave & Skradie to discuss the new Tacklebar brand of football for youth in the Onalaska Parks & Rec department and why it might help save youth football.
The weather helped it become a banner weekend for the WIAA state track and field meet held in La Crosse. Nearly 20,000 passed through the gates to cheer on the best athletes in the state, including 8,918 for Saturday’s finals. That number surpassed last year’s total of just over 17,300. The weather made an impact, […]
Hilltoppers Head Coach Tom Yashinsky joins the show to break down the WIAA Conference re-alignment and how it will affect area teams.
Central High School’s Johnny Davis has been named to third team all-state by the Associated Press. The 6-foot-5 sophomore led the Red Raiders (24-3) to the state semifinals, averaging 22.9 points, 7.3 rebounds. Kaukauna senior Jordan McCabe was named the player of the year. The Virginia recruit averaged 26.7 points and 7.8 assists this season. Named […]
Onalaska basketball coach Craig Kowal talked about last nights season ending game, and what is next for the Hilltopper basketball team.
There was no room to sit and no reason to, either, as Central and Onalaska high schools’ boys basketball teams battled Thursday in the WIAA Division 2 section semifinal. Central played the big brother, getting the lead early and never really relinquishing it, despite the Hilltoppers fighting to come back over and over again. When […]
As the playoffs get underway Tuesday, the final AP poll in boys basketball is out. In Division 2, Central High School (20-2) remains in the No. 2 spot, while Onalaska (19-3) moved up two spots to fourth. Kaukauna (19-3) remains the top-ranked team. At 7 p.m. Friday, the Red Raiders will host the winner of […]