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Kobe King named AP Player of the Year

La Crosse Central senior Kobe King was named the 2017 Associated Press Player of the Year on Friday, capping an impressive stretch of postseason awards.

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Kobe King named Gatorade Wisconsin Boys Basketball Player of the Year

Another honor for Central basketball star Kobe King.

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Hundreds gather to welcome Red Raiders home Video included

Red Raiders fans from across the community gathered at La Crosse Central High School to welcome the state champions back home. 

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Central outlasts Cedarburg 55-53 for D2 title Video included

Bailey Kale made the game-winning layup with 35 seconds remaining and Kobe King had a big second half as the La Crosse Central boys basketball team won its first state title since 1925 on Saturday with a 55-53 win over Cedarburg.

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Red Raiders roll over Waunakee 78-56, advance to state title game Video included

Kobe King scored 28 points and five Red Raiders players reached double figures as the La Crosse Central High School boys basketball team beat Waunakee 78-62 Friday at the WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament.

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Red Raiders rally together to help Barneveld athlete Video included

For the Central Red Raiders Boys Basketball Team, it's a second trip to State. 

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Central Basketball Rally Slide Show

A few hundred of their supporters greeted the team as they returned to the school.  

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Central's Kale shares passion for basketball, music Video included

He showed off both of those talents Friday at the Kohl Center. 

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Central seniors cement legacy Video included

For 93 years, a second state boys basketball championship has eluded La Crosse Central. But behind seven seniors, one of the most successful chapters in program history could soon have its happy ending.

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Fast start sends Central back to state Video included

Kobe King scored 41 points and the La Crosse Central boys basketball team secured its spot at the state tournament with a 92-53 win over Wausau East on Saturday.

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