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  • BVC 8th at State Small School Swim Invite
    Cody Hayes return to the diving well highlighted the day for Brillion/Valders/Chilton at the State Small School Boys Swimming and Diving Championships last Saturday at Plymouth.
  • One for the record book - Schweitzer new KHS points leader
    Cassie Schweitzer said she really didn’t let it bother her, but she feels a sense of relief after she became Kiel High School’s career leading girls basketball scorer early in last Friday’s 59-41 Eastern Wisconsin Conference victory over Chilton.
  • C/H grapplers topple Huskies
    The close matches went Chilton/Hilbert’s way and the Tigers pulled away from New Holstein after trailing briefly for a 45-21 victory in the final Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling dual meet of the season Thursday night on Youth Night at CHS.
  • Schmitz, Tigers rally past NH girls
    New Holstein was in range of tasting victory for the first time when they traveled to Chilton Tuesday for an Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball battle with the host Tigers. But that sweet taste turned bitter in the closing moments.
  • Hilltopper win string snapped at 6
    Robert Hall converted a three-point play with 12 seconds left to give Delafield St. John’s Northwestern Military the lead and then St. Lawrence Seminary missed a pair of game-tying or game-winning shots at the basket and the visiting Lancers came away with a 55-53 victory over St. Lawrence Saturday afternoon in Mount Calvary ending the Hilltoppers’ six-game winning streak, their longest in several seasons.
  • NH hits clutch FT's in upset win over Falcons
    New Holstein didn’t look like a 1-5 conference team Friday night. The Huskies answered a Sheboygan Falls second half rally with a late run of their own that gave them a 65-60 Eastern Wisconsin Conference win over the Falcons Friday night at NHHS that knocked Falls out of the lead in the EWC. Valders is now the sole leader.
  • Kiel girls roll over Falls
    It was fourth place Kiel at conference co-leader Sheboygan Falls. You would never believe that by the final score.
  • Panthers sink Kiel swimmers
    Kiel’s boys swim team got some outstanding performances, however Plymouth’s experience was too overwhelming and the Panthers grabbed a 119-56 Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys swimming and diving dual meet victory over the Raiders last Thursday night at Plymouth High School.
  • Husky grapplers 11th at Oconto Falls
    Jacob Kaiser placed third to lead New Holstein in Saturday’s Brawl-In-The-Falls Wrestling Invitational at Oconto Falls where the Huskies placed 11th out of 17 schools.
  • 28-3 run ignites Kiel past Chilton
    For the first three minutes, Chilton looked like they were a team on a mission ready to score the biggest upset of the season.
  • Tiger wrestlers lose tough one at Falls
    After Chilton/Hilbert won six matches in a row to take a 30-18 lead, Sheboygan Falls stormed back to win four of the final five matches, including the decisive final match at 120 pounds to edge the Tigers 39-36 in a key Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling dual at Sheboygan Falls Thursday evening.
  • Falls rallies past Kiel; Stays atop EWC standings
    Kiel tried pulling away, but Sheboygan Falls kept it close and used a late run to beat the Raiders 65-62 last Tuesday night in Falls to stay atop the Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys basketball standings.
  • Brillion holds off NH girls
    New Holstein girls basketball was within one possession of gaining its first victory of the season last week, but the Huskies came up just short in a 55-52 Eastern Wisconsin Conference home loss to Brillion.
  • Tuesday's heavy snow has forced postponement of at least one sporting event.
  • It may not have been the way that Tom Molitor drew up the play, but he isn’t complaining.
  • New Holstein junior and All-Eastern Wisconsin/Packerland Conference boys soccer player Josue Valenzuela is catching the eye of major college recruiters after just completing a five-day stint at United States Olympic Development Camp for U17 players last week in Bradenton, Florida.
  • Huskies pin Kiel in EWC wrestling
    New Holstein continued its mastery of archrival Kiel on the wrestling mat taking a 54-24 Eastern Wisconsin Conference dual win over the Raiders last Thusday evening at NHHS.
  • St. Lawrence Seminary heads into the holiday break on a three-game win streak following a 57-49 non-conference boys basketball win over Ray Mlada’s Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah squad Thursday night at St. Fidelis Gym in Mount Calvary.
  • Raiders Outlast New Holstein In Key EWC Battle
    Jason Hoerth and his New Holstein Huskies found a way to stop Carter Voelker. But they didn’t have an answer for Austin Goehring and the rest of the Kiel Raiders.
  • Kiel girls down pesky Chilton, 44-32
    This one won’t go down as the one of the prettier victories in the Kiel girls basketball season, but the bottom line is that it is one for the left-hand column in the standings.

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