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  • Brief detour: Falls sweeps Tigers in EWC volleyball
    The Eastern Wisconsin Conference volleyball race just got a lot more interesting.
  • Conference Title Showdown Set
    There is still anticipation, but the Kiel football team can now squarely focus on Sheboygan Falls. Both squads took care of business Friday night to set up the regular season finale next Friday with the Eastern Wisconsin Conference championship on the line.
  • Tiger netters nipped by Kiel
    Chilton won three matches and Kiel won three, but a forfeit victory for Kiel at three doubles turned out to be the difference as the Raiders slipped past the host Tigers, 4-3, in the regular season and Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls tennis dual match finale last Thursday at Chilton High School.
  • It was a very happy Homecoming at New Holstein High School Friday night as the Huskies coasted to a 36-6 victory over Chilton. 
  • Brillion pulls away to beat Tigers 35-7
    Things started well for Chilton, but didn't end that way. Chilton's 2015 Homecoming football game saw Brillion ruin the festivities with a 35-7 victory Friday night at Morrissey Field that puts an end to the Tigers' playoff hopes.
  • Vikings shut down Chilton offense in gridiron win
    Duncan Calnin rushed for 91 yards and Chilton stayed close to Valders for three quarters before the host Vikings pulled away for a 31-7 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football win last Friday night.
  • Falls overpowers Tigers
    A bigger and stronger Sheboygan Falls team was too much for Chilton and the Falcons rolled to a 42-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football victory at Morrissey Field Friday night.
  • Good start, bad finish for Tiger football at Roncalli
    It was the start that Chilton liked. The ending, not so much.
  • Tiger football prevails in 4 overtimes
    On a night in which only the weather man was proud, the Chilton football team finally defeated visiting Sturgeon Bay, 14-8, in a 4-overtime marathon at Morrissey Field.
  • Tiger football: An unknown to start 2015
    Just missing a playoff berth by one win in 2014, the Chilton Tigers football team is eager to atone for that shortcoming. A new look team and a new conference for the Tigers this fall as they renew some old rivalries.
  • Athletic passes available at Chilton
    With the recent move from the Olympian Conference to the Eastern Wisconsin Conference, those with an Olympian Conference lifetime pass will need to go to the Chilton High School office to pick up a new Eastern Wisconsin Conference lifetime pass.
  • The New EWC Ready For Fall Openers
    While most high school sports in the area await the new Eastern Wisconsin Conference, not all sports are equally effected. In the case of girls and boys swimming at Chilton and Kiel, the EWC stays intact.
  • Andrew Hoerth Golf Outing Saturday
    The 2015 Chilton Wrestling Club Andrew Hoerth Memorial Golf Outing is set for Saturday, August 15 at Hickory Hills Country Club. 
  • CYFA takes over flag football
    The Chilton Youth Football Association will be taking over the helm of the Chilton Junior Flag Football & the Chilton Flag Football programs this year.
  • Forest rallies past Chilton AC's
    Forest had to rally to avoid the upset bug as play in the East Shore League resumed last weekend. Coupled with Marytown's win over Mount Calvary, there is a 4-way tie atop the ESL standings as Cleveland, Forest, Marytown and Mount Calvary share the perch.
  • Cleveland, Mount Calvary 2-0 in ESL
    Cleveland and Mount Calvary are 2-0 in the second half as play in the East Shore Baseball League resumed after taking the Independence Day holiday weekend off.
  • Breaking News!!!
WIAA votes to go to 18 minute halves for HS hoops
    Although not officially reported by the WIAA, word is spreading that the WIAA has voted to have high school varsity boys and girls basketball teams play two, 18-minute halves next winter.
  • Buechel 7th in state shot put
    Dominique Buechel scored Chilton's lone points with a 7th place effort in the shot put at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships in La Crosse Saturday.
  • WIAA State Track and Field: Day 2
    We'll have some new faces along with some familiar ones on the track as Day 2 of the 2015 WIAA State Track and Field Championships gets underway at Veterans Memorial Stadium on the UW-La Crosse campus.
  • Chilton's Stiefvater 15th in low hurdles prelims
    Emily Stiefvater's bid for a second trip to the state finals fell short Friday afternoon.

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