ILLEGAL ITEMS & RESTRICTIONS
• The following items will not be allowed in the La Crosse Center (all spectators and items are subject to search): – Selfie Sticks
– Strollers, coolers, thermoses, bottles, cans and food and/or beverage items of any kind.
– Backpacks and any bag larger than 8.5” x 11”.
– Artificial noisemakers: stadium horns, cow bells, bottles with rocks in them, thunder stixs, etc.
– Weapons of any kind. This includes pocket knives.
– Pom poms may not have sticks attached to them.
Balloons, paper confetti, spray string, inflatables, etc.
– Alcohol and/or drugs.
– Large signs.(Fat heads) hand-held sign that is no larger than a piece of tag board that can be held by one person will be allowed. Signs may have tongue depresser sticks attached to them.
– Laptop computers are allowed.
– Laser pointers.
– NO body or face paint is allowed in the La Crosse Center and no face coverings of any type are permitted. – No paint stir sticks.
• All spectators are expected to be clothed appropriately with faces clearly visible.
• Antics involving throwing of paper airplanes or coins, etc., will result in the violator being removed from the La Crosse Center • Fans may not allow others to sit on their shoulders or stand on seats or railings.
• Fans are NOT allowed on the floor of the La Crosse Center following the completion of their game.
• Spectators will be allowed to bring video recorders into the La Crosse Center and film games provided: – They have an admission ticket for entry.
– They are seated in their assigned seat and do not obstruct the view of other paying spectators or cause crowd control problems. – The video recorder must be handheld. Tripods are not allowed.
– The video recorder must be battery operated. There are no provisions to plug into an electrical outlet or to use Menominee Nation Arena electrical outlets to charge battery packs.
– Film is for private use only. No commercial or transmission use is permitted.
Good sportsmanship is viewed by the National Federation as a commitment to fair play, ethical behavior and integrity. In perception and practice, sportsmanship is defined as those qualities which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. The ideals of sportsmanship apply equally to all activity disciplines. Individuals, regardless of their role in activities, are expected to be aware of their influence on the behavior of others and model good sportsmanship.
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPORTSMANSHIP
1. Show respect for self and others at all times.
2. Show respect for the officials. Sportsmanship implies the willingness to accept and abide by the decisions of the officials. 3. Know, understand and appreciate the rules of the contest. Sportsmanship suggests the importance of conforming to the spirit, as well as the letter of the rules.
4. Maintain self-control at all times. Don’t let the desire to win overcome rational, safe behavior.
5. Recognize and appreciate competitive skill regardless of team affiliation.
Sportsmanship Reveals Character Regardless of the Final Outcome
Here is parking information
Reserve your guaranteed parking spot for the 2021 WIAA State Basketball tournaments at the La Crosse Center Click Here
This link will take you to the menu to select the time and event you wish to park.
At this website guests can purchase their parking for $7.00. It will have 3 parking ramps they can choose from to park in:
La Crosse Center Ramp
Main St. Ramp
We highly encourage everyone to purchase their parking online to avoid delays in getting to the games.