The La Crosse Tribune is taking a look at area teams as they prepare for the 2019 season.
WEST SALEM — The West Salem High School football team was heading for shade and a seat during a break from practice last week when coach Justin Jehn called a player back.
GALESVILLE — The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School football team hasn’t made a lot of offensive changes over the years.
BANGOR — Carter Horstman was a known commodity within the Bangor High School football team before the day he showed the state what he could do.
DE SOTO — As he approached the hill that is tucked near the football field behind De Soto High School, coach Ev Wick turned to share an observation.
ARCADIA — The 2019 season is going to be a totally new experience for the Arcadia High School football team.
WESTBY — Davontae Spears motioned from the right slot to the backfield and calmly took his spot behind the fullback during a Westby High School football practice.
ONALASKA — Tom Yashinsky sat down to study his Onalaska High School football team this offseason, and was surprised to learn what he did.
VIROQUA — Improvement and transition seem to be the common themes for this year’s Viroqua High School football team.
For years, Tomah High School football has been defined by power − bulldozing offensive linemen and big, mobile fullbacks who rip gaping holes between the tackles.
HOLMEN — It isn’t often that a high school football coach finds himself in the position that Travis Kowalski currently sits.
Even under shoulder pads and a helmet, one can see the physical leaps and bounds that Logan High School’s Max Harcey has taken since the end of last football season.
Are you not able to get to Central High School to watch the Red Raiders open the football season against Eau Claire North on Thursday night?
Little has changed in the way Johnny Davis has carried himself during his athletic career at Central High School.
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