Sunday, July 15, 2018
 
 
Hot Rods Sweep TinCaps with 6-1 Win
Hot Rods Sweep TinCaps with 6-1 Win
 
Mississippi State women’s basketball coach receives contract extension
Hard work pays off for Mississippi State women’s head basketball Coach Vic Schaefer as he signed a four contract extension with the Bulldogs. Despite the heartbreaking back to back losses, Schaefer is the only coach to guide his team to the national championship in the past two years. Last season, he was named national coach of the year due to finishing the regular season 30-0, earning the first ever number one seed in program history. The 2017-2018 Bulldogs had a stingy defense, allowing only 56 points per game, while also taking care of business on the offensive side of the ball, averaging 81 points per game. Schaefer will make a little over $1.5 million next season, rising to $1.6 million in the 2020-2021 season.
 
Baseball walk of fame to be added to sidewalks in front of Copeland Park
La Crosse is also closer to honoring people from our area that play America's pasttime.
 
7/8/18 - Legion Baseball - Sparta 6, Westby 3
7/8/18 - Legion Baseball - Sparta 6, Westby 3
 
7/8/18 - Legion Baseball - Prairie Du Chien 0, Onalaska 11
7/8/18 - Legion Baseball - Prairie Du Chien 0, Onalaska 11
 
News 8 Sports Round Up - July 8, 2018
Final day of the Onalaska Legion Baseball Tournament
 
FUNKHOUSER BASEBALL AMERICAN LEGION
FUNKHOUSER AMERICAN LEGION
 
News 8 Sports Round Up - July 7, 2018
News 8 Sports Round Up - July 7, 2018
 
7/6/18 - Baseball - Prairie du Chien 4, West Salem 2
7/6/18 - Baseball - Prairie du Chien 4, West Salem 2
 
7/6/18 - Baseball - Sparta 0, Onalaska 8
7/6/18 - Baseball - Sparta 0, Onalaska 8
 



Alton Cunningham
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Local Sensei Aims to Bring Martial Arts Virtues to Title 1 Schools
A local martial arts studio is bringing its wisdom and lessons of discipline, respect and mastering the mind & body to title one schools.
 
Baseball Camp for Little Leaguers
Baseball Camp for Little Leaguers
 
NFHS Baseball Rules Committee approves pitching revision
Between Vancleave’s Bailee Hendon, Gulfport’s Blake Johnson, East Central’s Brad Cumbest, Harrison Central’s Brendan Hardy, and the two-headed monster from George County, among several others, we saw dominant high school pitching on the Coast in 2018. Now, there’s a new rule that will affect all prep hurlers next year. Today, the National Federation of State High School Associations Baseball Rules Committee made a big change with the focus on pitching mechanics. The governing body is eliminating the requirement of the entire pivot foot to be in contact with the pitcher’s plate going into effect for the 2019 season. The rationale behind the revision is a result of the difficulty for pitchers to consistently make contact with the pitcher’s plate while pivoting.
 
DeKalb Special Olympics Advances to Gold Medal Game
DeKalb Special Olympics Advances to Gold Medal Game
 
Rant N' Rave: Braves, Hot Dogs, and Forrest Gump
Bill and Tuck talk Nationals baseball for a change, get grossed out by professional eating, and add a little bit of Forrest Gump to taste.
 
World Cup helps local soccer team come together
At Christos Taverna, a bar in downtown La Crosse, soccer fans react to every move as the drama of the World Cup unfolds.
 
Spirit of America Classic, round 1 results
Day one of the Spirit of America Classic golf tournament kicked off in Decatur, Ala. on Thursday morning.
 
Coach's Corner: Mark Farriba, Part 2
Bill continues his conversation with Stratford Eagles head football coach Mark Farriba.
 
Coach's Corner: Mark Farriba of Stratford Part 1
Bill Shanks talks football with Eagles head coach Mark Farriba.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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